Experience aviation during Seattle’s Great Depression through the crooners of the era, 1930s eats, and a tour of the visiting P-26 Peashooter. Prohibition is over, so lighten up for Fred Astaire’s "Flying Down to Rio" film screening and a special talk with Night Witch author SJ McCormack about historic character research. Visit living history characters Amelia Earhart and Ellen Church, then fly in style with a tip-to-tail tour of the Model 80-A.

Sunday March 13th features Living History Characters in the Great Gallery from 11am to 3pm, followed by a special musical performance of vintage jazz by Seattle guitarist Greg Ruby at 11am to 1pm, and a special screening of the classic film "Flying Down to Rio" at 2pm the Quonset Hut Theater!

These programs are free with daily admission to the Museum of Flight. Click HERE for Saturday, March 12th's schedule of events for the Boeing Centennial Celebration.