The Exhibit, Library and Legacy
Our goal is clear: To construct a home for EAA's history and heritage.
Designed in three parts, the Founders' Wing ideally will be completed by AirVenture 2009. Architects have been hired and initial designs are being developed.
Each of the three inspirational and educational parts will help tell the story of EAA's beginnings and its evolution into the future.
The Paul and Audrey Poberezny library will showcase and catalog years of correspondence that Paul has preserved, as well as dozens of scrapbooks filled with media clippings and news. It will be sectioned into three distinct spaces: an exhibit featuring Audrey's original EAA desk and typewriter; a library with discussion area; an archival area.
The exhibit, designed to capture the essence of our founders' passion will feature a variety of artifacts, including memorabilia, displays, and more.
And finally, the third element is the Legacies area - an event and education space where those essential moments and memories of EAA's heritage will be displayed.
Our founders have set the stage, but the next chapter is our responsibility. We need to share EAA's legacy and preserve our complete story, including the chapters that remain unwritten.