The Annual Seattle Museum of Flight and Northwest Scale Modelers show will be held February 15-16 (Next Weekend) at the Seattle Museum of Flight. Here’s the rundown:
—The largest pure modeling display show in the Northwest, all subjects, sponsored by the Seattle Museum of Flight. Free admission for those displaying their work (See notes below). For those who want to observe only, the display is included in the cost of the Museum entry fee.
— Past shows have had nearly 2000 models of all types on display. To qualify for free admission to the MOF, displays must be in the Museum before 10:00 AM Saturday morning. If you intend to display, The museum and NWSM requests you bring as many models as possible, and contact the NWSM “show Czar” if possible (if you message me with your email address, I’ll forward the information).
— Work tables will be provided for those desiring to work on their models at the show.
— This is not a contest, there are no awards, but it is an opportunity to display your work (and get free Museum admission to one of the finest aviation museums in the world—what other museum has a B17, SR71 Space Shuttle Simulator and a 747 inside?) And you can see some really exceptional modeling too!
— This year’s theme is “The end of WWII”—75 Years” and a special display table of modeling subjects from the year 1945 will be available for viewing. More info below:
See you at the Show!