CalendarEvent List : 2 Events on September 8, 2019
Skymac rc flying club (Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States)
  • SKYMAC'S Warbird Alley Event
  • Posted by John L. Mobley
  • Sep 06, 2019 to Sep 08, 2019 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM The times shown may change, depending on DST settings
  • SKYMAC'S Warbird Alley Event
    Stahl Field - 185 Stahl Lane - Bowling Green, Ky. 42101

    All Warbird Airplanes, Jets, and Helicopters - Big or Small
    EDF, Gas, Glow, Turbine, or Electric

    800' x 50' Paved Runway with Wheelchair Access to Flight Line

    Pilot Registration Fee: $15 Must be a current member of AMA to fly.

    Concessions on Site - Electric Stations for Pilots - Ten 30 Amp RV Electric Sites Available: $20 for Event (First Come/ First Serve)- Raffle Prizes - Public Welcome (Free Admission) just bring your own chairs or blankets.

    For further information contact John Mobley at: [email protected]
    Or visit our web site:
Northern Connecticut Radio Control Club (Ellington, Connecticut, United States)
  • Ncrcc warbirds event
  • Posted by Doubl_B
  • Sep 08, 2019 The times shown may change, depending on DST settings
  • Event: Annual Warbirds Over Ellington
    When: Sunday September 8
    Time: 8:00am – 3:00pm
    Location: Green Road, Ellington CT.
    Types of Aircraft: Radio Controlled models of all sizes from WWI,
    WWII, and modern military aircraft.
    Activities Director: Dennis Thibodeau
    Directions: Route 140 to Muddy Brook Road and then a left
    onto Green Road. Green Road is a packed dirt
    road. The flying field is exactly 1 mile down Green
    Road on the left.
    This is the 8th occurrence of the Warbirds Over Ellington.
    Dennis Thibodeau started this event along with NCRCC as a sponsor.
    Many remote control (R/C) fliers from all over New England attend this
    event with their giant, as well as smaller scale, aircraft. You can see them
    both flying and on display. It’s a fun day for the fliers as well as the
    spectators that attend.
    There is no admission fee for spectators. Many people sit under our
    pavilion, or on the field, and watch these models fly like the big ones.
    Dennis is a veteran of the United States Air Force and wanted to give back
    to veterans that are in need. For many years this event has solicited local
    vendors to donate merchandise. All proceeds from the vendor donations
    were given to individuals through the “Wounded Warriors Project”. Many
    of the beneficiaries from this event have been within our region.
    This year Dennis has contacted the “Connecticut Children’s Medical Hospital” and they welcomed him with open arms. All raffle proceeds this year will be donated to this worthy cause. Dennis and
    NCRCC are proud to help children fight for a healthy lifestyle.