Wednesday, November 28, 2012

An early Christmas




Thanks to the families who came out to the Museum for Pizza with Santa. As Santa's elves (the children) were awaiting for the arrival of their boss, they were busy working on new toys as they assembled and tested Rudolph's Rockets and a fleet of air powered air gliders for The Claus Airlines under the supervision of Chief Elf Helen. They created cards for service men and women spending the holidays overseas and enjoyed singing holiday musical favorite "Jingle Bells" and other seasonal tunes with Ellis and Debi. With the weather being so fall-perfect for November, Santa's flight was on time and he taxied into our waiting area on schedule. He had a surprise passenger - Mrs. Claus! While each child had a private one on one chat with Santa, Mrs. Claus spruced up each elf with their favorite face painting design. The Museum thanks Kevin Walsh and Middle River Aviation, the Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences, and Pedestal Events for their support of these festivities. If you missed this year's event, be sure to include Santa's arrival at the Museum on your 2013 calendar and save the date to launch next year's holiday season.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012



Santa's Workshop at Martin Museum. Start a family tradition and launch your holiday season with us on Friday. Twas the day after Thanksgiving and throughout the Museum excitement was building for Pizza with Santa!  Santa is arriving for a visit to the Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum at Martin State Airport on Friday, November 23 as children 4 - 10 years old are put to work in his aviation workshop from 11am - 2pm. Pizza, crafts and a visit with this red suited sleigh pilot provides a memorable launching to the holiday season. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets are $10 for children, $5 for adults.  Tickets are available by calling 410-682-6122, or at GLMMuseumPR@aol.com.

Jack Briehan is Monday speaker

Historian Jack Briehan will be the guest at Monday's Speaker Series.  His topic will be Martin aircraft used in Europe.  Most people don...