IWASM plans subsequent ‘Dinner with a Slice of Historical past’
Feb. 3—The Worldwide Girls’s Air & Area Museum will host its first “Dinner with a Slice of Historical past” program of 2023 on Feb. 24 in Cleveland.
Entitled “Stars within the Sky: Casey Grant’s Story,” this system welcomes considered one of Delta Airways first Black feminine flight attendants, Casey Grant, and will probably be held each in-person and through Zoom, based on a information launch.
Grant’s love of flying started at an early age and he or she started her profession as a flight attendant with Delta in 1971 and would work for 35 years earlier than retiring and pursuing her different passions, the discharge acknowledged.
Grant is the writer of three award-winning books: “Stars within the Sky” in addition to each a coloring e-book and younger readers’ version by the identical title. She is the founding father of Worldwide Black Aviation Day which happens yearly on Feb. 16.
Registration is required. In-person tickets are $27 for non-IWASM members and $17 for members and embrace program admission and a boxed dinner. In-person tickets. Digital tickets are for a minimal donation of $10.
The museum presents a particular ticket bundle and a reduced one-year membership for $55.
Dinner will start at 6 p.m., with this system beginning at 6:30. To register, go to www.iwasm.org or name 216-623-1111. The deadline to register for in-person is Feb. 21.
For extra info, name the museum or electronic mail [email protected].
IWASM is a nonprofit museum with the mission to protect, educate, and encourage its communities in regards to the historical past and tradition of girls in all areas of aviation and aerospace. Positioned inside Cleveland’s Burke Lakefront Airport, displays are freed from cost seven days per week from 8 a.m. to eight p.m., providing guided excursions and applications by appointment.