Friday, May 9, 2014
PROSSER – Mark your calendars for a day of airplanes and old-fashioned fun in the sun.
Prosser Airport Days and Fly-in will take place Friday through Sunday, July 18-20.
Pilots and volunteers will begin arriving at the airport on Friday. They will set up camp and enjoy dinner at 6 p.m.
The public is welcome to attend Saturday’s events free of charge.
The day’s activities begin with breakfast at 7 a.m.
There will be a variety of vendor booths open at the event, as well as classes and seminars for those seeking to learn about flying.
A number of aircraft, cars RC airplanes, military vehicles and motorcycles will also be on display throughout the day.
There will be a poker walk through local wineries and gift shops.
For those looking for a treat between meals, there will be a snack shop open at the airport.
Lunch and dinner will also be available for purchase.
The event will conclude on Sunday. The public can enjoy the day’s activities free of charge.
Breakfast can be purchased as early as 7 a.m.
Friday and Saturday will also feature a raffle for a P-51 Mustang pedal plane built by EAA Chapter 1466, hosts of the weekend event.
The raffle drawing will take place Saturday evening during dinner.
For more information, contact Diane Lyczewski at 840-2599 or Tim Lyczewski via email at email@example.com.