This coming Saturday, August 7, we are giving rides in our vintage aircraft. We have 4 or 5 spots left in each of the Harvard and Cornell – sorry but the Tiger Moth is fully booked for this time. Call the museum for details and to book a flight!
In the last post, Stephen promised the video of the 80th Anniversary ceremony. Here is the video – along with a video made by our summer students to help celebrate, and a few photos.
July 12th, 2021 For Immediate Release The British Commonwealth Air Training Plan of World War II was the largest infrastructure program Canada had ever seen, surpassing the construction of the transcontinental railway. Over 200 training establishments changed the social and economic conditions in many communities forever. The influx of 1,500 or more trainees and staff suddenlyContinue reading “Press Release”
We are so excited to announce that we are re-opening on Monday July 19th! Loosening restrictions were announced as more people receive vaccinations and Covid numbers decrease. Let’s hope that this time everyone continues to take precautions, vaccinations keep going up, and Covid numbers keep going down. Note that some restrictions must still be observed,Continue reading “Finally Re-Opening on Monday July 19th!”
We hope that our new website provides the information you need for a great visit to our museum once Covid restrictions are lifted! The site will continue to grow as we add content, so check back often – and of course, our goal is to keep the blog up with new posts every few weeks.Continue reading “Join us online!”