Fly-bys and face paints to be featured at Air Fair & Family Festival
TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. – The Truckee Tahoe Airport will soar to new heights with its announcement of the 2012 Inaugural Truckee Tahoe Air Fair & Family Festival. The Air Fair Committee, sponsors and volunteers plan to re-ignite the passion for aviation exploration and all-day family fun. The last air shows to be held at the Airport were from 1974-1996. On July 7, 2012, 7 a.m.-4 p.m. fair and festival attendees will be awed by periodic fly-bys; static aircraft displays; pilot docents; hot air balloons (weather permitting); free Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Chapter 1073 Young Eagle flights for kids ages 8 to 17; live music; kids activities; a food court, beer garden, souvenir and craft vendors and much more family fun.Scheduled to be on display are a variety of aircraft from military, experimental and general aviation. Several of the original Tuskegee Airmen will attend as Grand Marshalls. There will also be an array of other displays and events geared toward family fun.The Truckee Tahoe Air Fair is looking for interesting aircraft to put on static display in addition to vendors. To participate, contact Air Fair Chair Tim LoDolce at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 530-386-3100. This event is free, and all proceeds from sponsorships and vendor sales go toward youth programs, activities and scholarships.For more information, visit http://www.truckeetahoeairfair.com or http://www.facebook.com/truckeetahoeairfair.The event will take place at the Truckee Tahoe Airport located at 10356 Airport Road, Truckee.The Air Fair and Family Festival is being put on by the Truckee Tahoe Airport District, with the cooperation of the Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 1073, KidZone Museum and Truckee Optimist Club. – Submitted to email@example.com
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