We invite our members, donors and volunteers to our annual Christmas Party.
Join us for drinks, h’orderves and holiday cheer. Please RSVP Here: Click Here to RSVP Annual Chairman’s Christmas Party if you can make it to our event. Hope to see you there!
Announcing the Fargo Air Museum’s Commemorative Gun Raffle. Here’s your chance to win a beautiful custom engraved, lever action rifle or hundreds in cash prizes. Tickets are just $20! All proceeds go to the Fargo Air Museum.
Grand prize is a stunning Marlin 336 model 30-30 lever action rifle featuring gorgeous 24k custom commemorative Fargo Air Museum engraving.
2nd prize is $500, 3rd prize is $250, 4th prize is $100.
Drawing will be held Sunday, January 3rd, 2016 at 2 pm here at the Fargo Air Museum.
That’s less than two months away, so don’t wait! Stop by the museum soon to buy your tickets! Regular hours are currently Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am until 5 pm.
We’ll see you soon & good luck!
Please save the date and mark your calendars! Friday, April 1st will be the date for our 8th annual Celebrity Dinner & Auction. There will be no better way to spend your April Fools day than with our Celebrities at the premier regional event of the year. You can register for tables and tickets, learn more about sponsorships and make cash and item donation here. If you have any questions please contact Courtney Ficek at the Museum by phone (701) 293-8043 or email at email@example.com
It is only through the generosity of Fargo Air Museum supporters that the Museum is able to continue it’s ongoing mission to preserve history, honor our military veterans and to educate the community on the vital importance of aviation in the United States and worldwide.
Thank you for your continued support!
Grand Prize: Ford 2014 Roush Stage 3 Mustang
2nd Prize P-51 Mustang Flight: Jim Heyer
3rd Prize Browning BAR LongTrac 30-06: Flint Kasowski
4th Prize $500 Cash: Harold Westin
5th Prize $100 Cash: Brent Haakenson
6th Prize $100 Cash: Tim Struckman
7th Prize $100 Cash: Twylah Blotsky
8th Prize $100 Cash: Al Keys
9th Prize $100 Cash: Corbin Kent
Family Museum Membership winners:
The Fargo Air Museum is a non-profit organization promoting aviation education through restoration and preservation. We carry our mission to the local community and to traveling aviation enthusiast. We are currently looking for volunteers who are as excited about aviation and military history as we are.
We have a variety of opportunities depending on your interest and skills.
• Aircraft Restoration
• Customer Service
• Event Set-up and Tear-Down
• Grant Writing
• Selling Raffle Tickets
• Soliciting Donations
If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please fill out the form (click to download below) and contact Courtney at the Fargo Air Museum. 701-293-8043 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Aug. 29th Astronomy Camp
How astronomy is used in aviation.
11 yrs – 18yrs old 10:15 – 3pm (Bring sack lunch)
6yrs – 10 yrs. old 10:30-11:45am
Click Here to Register On Line for Astronomy Camp
Sept. 12th “Shiny Metal Things” Camp
Cover safety rules of metal working; learn terms associated with metal working; history of metal working,
rivet and bend metal, learn how metal working helps create an airplane, etc.
13 yrs-18 yrs 10:15-3pm (Bring sack lunch)
*Limited spots available*
Click Here to Register On Line for “Shiny Metal Things” Camp
Oct. 31st Super Aviation Camp
Definition of an aircraft, learn about piston, turboprop, and jet engines; learn about the control surfaces of an airplane and how they are used to takeoff, climb, turn, descent, and land; learn about the different types of pilots – recreational, sport, private as well as instrument ratings; learn about different instruments and their uses.
11yrs old-18yrs old 10:15-3pm (Bring Sack lunch)
6yrs – 10yrs old 10:30-11:45am
Call the Museum to register please:701.293.8043..
NOTE: These three events work towards aviation, metal work and astronomy Merit Badges.
*Museum Members are free. Non-members pay regular museum admission rates.
*Must register for camp – spots are limited. You can register for the Astronomy Camp and Shiny Metal Things above. For Super Aviation Camp call the museum at 701.293.8043.
Fabulous Car Show sponsored by Toppers Car Club including the Fargo Air Museum’s “2014 Roush Stage 3 Mustang Raffle” ; all on one day! Saturday, September 26.
Access to the Wings and Wheels Car Show
Access to the Fargo Air Museum
One Free brat and beverage
$14 per Individual
$28 per Family (2 adults and minor children)
Ages 12 and under Free
Fargo Air Museum Members Free
Raffle Ticket Holders Free
Door Prizes and Giveaways
<strong>Be here for the 2014 Roush Mustang raffle drawing at 11 am!</strong>
The Fargo Air museum is excited to share that two of WWII’s most recognizable aircraft – the B-17 and B-25 Bombers – will be available for flights & ground tours. Courtesy of Arizona Airbase CAF, two airplanes from their “Ghost Squadron,” “Sentimental Journey” & “Maid in the Shade” will be appearing at the Fargo Air Museum for a very limited time Monday June 22nd – Sunday June 28th, 2015.
Ground tours – museum admission included – are $15 for individuals, and $30 for families (2 adults, plus children under 17). Flights start at just $395.00 with limited seating available; reservations strongly encouraged. Please contact Courtney at the Fargo Air Museum – 701-293-8043 to make reservations for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Join us at the Fargo Air Museum to experience these two incredibly rare pieces of Aviation & WWII history live & in person – “Sentimental Journey” & “Maid in the Shade.”
“Sentimental Journey,” is one of the last flying WWII B-17 bombers in existence. Though nearly 13,000 were originally built, less than ten remain in flying condition and very few fly regularly. Also of particular interest, the nose art of the Sentimental Journey features the number-one pin-up girl of the World War II era, Betty Grable. This particular aircraft is named after the song popularized by Doris Day in 1945.
The B-25 Mitchell bomber “Maid In The Shade” has taken twenty-eight years to painstakingly restore to full military specification. The B-25 Mitchell was originally made famous by the Doolittle’s Raiders over the Pacific Theater in WWII. On April 18, 1942, sixteen B-25 crews launched an air assault on Japan from an aircraft carrier deep in the Pacific, fully understanding that they did not have the fuel to return. While the mission was successful, all the aircraft involved in the mission were lost. “Maid in the Shade” is flown in honor of all the Doolittle Raiders.
“Sentimental Journey” and “Maid in the Shade” are operated by the Arizona Airbase of the Commemorative Air Force, located at Falcon Field in Mesa, Arizona. The CAF’s fleet of historic aircraft – known as the Ghost Squadron – recreate, remind and reinforce lessons from the defining moments in our American military aviation history.
The CAF is a flying museum staffed by volunteers organized in 1978, their mission is to restore historically important aircraft to educate the public about the significant contributions made by men and women in the defense of our nation, and to remind our veterans of all conflicts that their sacrifices are not forgotten.
Running May 16th until May 29th, this exhibit includes Era-specific aircraft, military vehicles, memorabilia displays – Including a rarely seen art exhibition from artist, author, teacher, and 101st Airborne Division Vietnam veteran Jim Fletcher. This emotionally poignant collection has been largely unseen for the last 35 years and the Fargo Air Museum is proud to be its temporary home.
Opening ceremony take place at 11:30 am Saturday May 16th, featuring guest speakers Camilla Wilson, former Vietnam War correspondent, Fargo Mayor Dr. Tim Mahoney and North Dakota State Senator Heidi Heitkamp.
Sunday May 24th, Amvets are holding a ceremony for the the families of P.O.W. and those M.I.A. and K.I.A..
Join us in saluting those that came home, and honoring those that didn’t.