National Museum of Nuclear Science & History Film Screening & Free Museum Admission for Female Military
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History hosts a screening of the film Service: When Women Come Marching Home this Sunday March 3, 2013, and museum admission is free to women military service members and women veterans on that day.
The documentary screening is at 3 pm on March 3, and it follows the lives of women veterans when they return to the civilian world after serving in active military service. You can see more information about the film Service: When Women Come Marching Home and a trailer here.
The movie at the museum will be introduced by Lt. Col. DeeAnn Lees, Chief Nurse and Acting Commander of the 377th Medical Support Squadron at Kirtland Air Force Base, then Elinor Reiners, Vice President of Women Veterans of New Mexico will talk after the film.
Women service members and women veterans get free admission to the Museum on March 3 only. (Remember to take your military ID to get in free!) For everyone else, the film screening is free with the regular museum admission fee.
Usual admission is $8 for adults (aged 18-59), $6 for active military and their dependents, $7 for veterans, $7 for seniors 60+ and youngsters aged 6-17, and free for kids aged 5 and under.
According to an email from the museum, the documentary is “generally for mature viewers only; some content may not be appropriate for children.” The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is located at 601 Eubank Boulevard SE, six blocks south of Central Avenue at the Southern Boulevard intersection.