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Upcoming Events

Learn more about our signature community events

Upcoming Museum Events Open to the Public

Throughout the year, the museum hosts a variety of community events! Join us for our next family-friendly activity on the calendar!.

They Shall Not Grow Old – Begins Friday, March 8th in the Giant Screen Theater! Using state-of-the-art technology and materials from the BBC and Imperial War Museum, filmmaker Peter Jackson allows the story of World War I to be told by the men who were there.  Learn more here.

Fort Benning History on the Giant Screen – “Follow Us: 100 Years of Fort Benning” will premiere at National Infantry Museum’s Giant Screen Theater Thursday, March 14, at 1 p.m.The screening is free and open to the public. Guests will be treated to free popcorn and a drink. Seating is limited. Learn more here.

St. Patrick’s Day Coffee Klatsch – Come join us on Saturday, March 16 for our St. Patrick’s Day Coffee Klatsch! Enjoy a light breakfast and create vintage crafts on World War II Company Street.   Learn more here.

NIM Kid’s Free Spring Film Fest – Looking for something to do with the kids during Spring Break? NIM Kids is hosting the 2019 NIM Kids Film Fest (Spring Break Edition) March 26-28, and 30. The films are FREE to the public! On Wednesday, March 27th both showings will be sensory friendly. Learn more here.

The Veteran’s Spouse Project: I Will Wait Reading – A reading of I Will Wait will be held at the National Infantry Museum on Thursday, April 4, 2019. The reception will begin at 5 PM followed by the reading at 6 PM.  Learn more here.

Homeschool Lunch & Learn – Surfer to Soldier: A Story Of An American Hero: Join us Thursday, April 25 from 11am -12th grade for our Homeschool Lunch and Learn. $10 per participant. Bring sack lunch, we provide water and dessert. Learn more here.

NIM Kids Summer Camp – An Adventure Through Time – NIM Kids Summer Camp is a day camp filled with great activities for ages 6-14, designed to promote teamwork and teach the Army values. There are five week-long sessions over this summer beginning June 10th. Learn more here.


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