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T-shirt Tote

T-shirt Tote with Connie ($4.50) Pre Register Here:  http://tinyurl.com/y2vv2cz9 Class registration begins at 8:00 A.M. on the first Sunday before the convention at the Camp Scholler Internet Café, located in Paul’s Woods acro

T-shirt Tote

T-shirt Tote with Connie ($4.50) Pre Register Here:  http://tinyurl.com/y2vv2cz9 Class registration begins at 8:00 A.M. on the first Sunday before the convention at the Camp Scholler Internet Café, located in Paul’s Woods acro

T-shirt Tote

T-shirt Tote with Connie ($4.50) Pre Register Here:  http://tinyurl.com/y2vv2cz9 Class registration begins at 8:00 A.M. on the first Sunday before the convention at the Camp Scholler Internet Café, located in Paul’s Woods acro

EAA WomenVenture Group Photo

Join us on Boeing Plaza for the annual group photo! Be early to make sure you’re in place when we count it down to snap the photo. Be sure to wear your purple EAA WomenVenture 2019 T-shirt.* Sizes are limited and registration is required.

Flying in and out of Oshkosh

Flying in and out Oshkosh can be challenging for both pilots and air traffic controllers. This presentation will allow you to get a behind the scenes look at how ATC works at AirVenture. This provides a great chance to also ask questions for those fu

Timmerman Airport Spot Landing Contest

Join us for our 7th Annual Timmerman Airport Spot Landing Contest! FREE to participate, plus all attendees receive a FREE t-shirt and FREE lunch! The pilot who lands closest to the target line on the runway wins! Grand Prize is a $200 gift card. Al

Around The Rim Flight

In the spring of 2018 Judy & Boyd Birchler flew the perimeter of the U.S. in their RV7. They covered 10,400 miles, 99 years after the first aircraft, a twin engine, Glenn Martin Bomber (GMB) attempted the lofty, aerial goal in 1919. What was once
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