For Spacious Skies Eric Sloane

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Building balsa wood gliders

Flying balsa wood airplanes at the For Spacious Skies program

Snacks, games, prizes and fun – getting the youngest amongst us to appreciate the sky

Working together to create a sky mural

The Friends of the Eric Sloane Museum purchased a weather station for use with school tours in the Eric Sloane Museum.