While we are reminded that the pandemic is not over, things have returned much closer to ‘normal’. This meant that tours were once again being booked at the museum. We did have one school come for a tour in fall, but this spring tours came back strong, and we could not be happier! We sawContinue reading “Museum Tours Back with a Vengeance!”
The CATPM’s first Canadian Armed Forces Day was a success. Visitors thoroughly enjoyed the day considering it was cool and windy. Our visitor numbers were similar to past events and in the 250 to 300 range. We had some private aircraft participation with the T-28 Trojan, a Harvard, and a Stearman. The Shilo base cameContinue reading “Armed Forces Day ’22 – Thank you!”
Are you a teacher – or know one? Did you know that the museum has been host to many school tours for all grade levels over the years? Well it is true. Recently a letter and a page of some curriculum connections was sent out to schools – you can download or view those documentsContinue reading “Calling all Teachers!”
On Saturday, August 28th we will be having another flight day after the success of our last one. Flights can be purchased in one of our vintage WW II training aircraft. Book an amazing experience in the Tiger Moth, Cornell, or Harvard. Call the museum for details and to book your once in a lifetimeContinue reading “Another Buy a Flight Day!”
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.