New York Times best-seller "Fly Girls: How Five Daring Women Defied All Odds and Made Aviation History" was released in August 2018 by Keith O'Brien. The nonfiction work profiles five women who took in air races throughout the 1920s and '30s, including Florence Klingensmith, who grew up just north of Moorhead and became known as the first woman to compete in an air race against men before a plane malfunction during a race killed her just shy of her 29th birthday.
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The CAF AirPower History Tour is coming to The Fargo Air Museum! Experience the sights, smells and sounds of historic World War II aircraft. Visitors will be allowed to get up close and touch the the airplanes . . . tour the cockpit . . . talk to the crews . . . teach the kids . . . watch the planes FLY!
Summer Nights also will feature Zookeeper talks, and animal encounters with our Experience Ambassador, educational activities, and more. Our concession stand will be open for dinner, and we'll be announcing specific menu items for specific weeks.
1. First 50 people to come into the museum will receive a FREE Fargo Air Museum sticker.
2. All era related books for purchase are 10% off ticketed price.
3. Visit our WWII "Letters from Home" exhibit.
4. D-Day themed movies will play in the museum from 1-4pm. Popcorn will be free!