Women’s History Month and Seattle’s Museum of Flight‘s eighth Annual WomenFly! event continue with “Pushing the Envelope: Pioneering Women in Aersopace,” a panel of women sharing experiences dating from World War II to today’s exploration of the planets.
On the panel will be Dawn Seymour, who flew B-17 bombers, Georgie Bright Kunkel, who helped build them, Kimberly Scott who flies Air Force transport planes and airliners and Caroline Chouinard who “drives” a robot on Mars.
The program is at 2 p.m. March 14 in the William M. Allen Theater. The event is free with admission to the museum or museum membership.
For more information: 206-764-5720 or MuseumofFlight.org.