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Cameo Virtual Cinema Presents: “Paper Planes” with Live Stream STEAM Workshop Building Paper Planes with “The Paper Plane Guy”

April 23, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm


“Paper Planes” is an imaginative children’s film about a young Australian boy’s passion for flight and his challenge to compete in the World Paper Plane Championships in Japan. Kudos to this bright and breezy Aussie kids flick for realizing that competitive paper plane flying can unleash young imaginations. It is a simple reminder in this high-tech age that joy can be found in a plain piece of paper and that old fashioned films like this can still ignite the imagination. Watch in the comfort of your home on Vimeo (Apple TV, Roku) Tickets $4.99

Sponsored by WIRED! What does a live stream STEAM enrichment program look like?

 THIS! Join the fun with John Collins, “The Paper Airplane Guy” whose World Record Setting paper airplane design is featured in the film. We partnered with WIRED and John for a live stream paper airplane workshop – Visit WIRED’s facebook page on THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd at 11:00 AM. All you need is some paper and your imagination. FREE with film! facebook.com/wired/

About John Collins:

John Collins, the Paper Airplane Guy, will show you how to fold five amazing paper planes: the Boomerang, the Boomerang 2, the Bat Plane, the Tumbling Wing, and the World Record Plane (a.k.a. “Suzanne”).

“John creates magic.  It was not lost on anyone that ordinary objects can be a springboard for rich discovery. I particularly appreciated the interactive nature of John’s presentation. His captivating keynote address was relevant and engaging.”  Carolyn Pfister, State Board of Education

” John Collins is a great partner in meeting our mission to ‘Inspire and Educate,’ and we look forward to working with him again and long into the future. “Larry Wood, Executive Director, Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum


April 23, 2020
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Age Groups
Grade Schoolers, Preschoolers, Tweens
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