Sarah Jarosz will be performing at Salmonfest in Ninilchik. Come see her perform live with us! Fly into NIN airport or drive and park at the festival. Find your tickets online at https://salmonfestalaska.org
DATE: Saturday, August 7
DROP-OFF: 9:30 AM (parent attendance optional)
ACTIVITIES: 10 AM – 4 PM
WHERE: Alaska Aviation Museum
4721 Aircraft Dr, Anchorage, AK 99502
Register your child for a day of free aviation fun! They will be immersed in a variety of activities from touring the museum to hands-on learning.
Register via the link below!
Lena Gibbs, our Fly AK/WAI Last Frontier private pilot scholarship winner, completed her certificate June 8. Congratulations Lena, and keep up the awesome work!
Saturday, July 10, WAI Attends the Anchorage Museum Exhibition on Alaskan Women Pilots and Hunters, followed by dinner at Originale at 400 D Street – walking distance from the museum. Stay tuned for more info!
Tomorrow, June 5th and Sunday June 6th: The 10th Annual Skwentna Fly In! For more Info and updates check out https://www.facebook.com/skwentnaroadhouse/
Are you interested in being a Women In Aviation Board member? WAI Last Frontier is ramping up for our next election and would like to give you a chance at being a crucial member to our organization! Please email us your resume and a short descprition of yourself, and why you think you’d be a good fit for a position on the board @ firstname.lastname@example.org
SAVE THE DATE! Join WAI Last Frontier on Saturday, June 5 at the 10th Annual Skwentna Fly In! Live music, All you can eat $25 beef brisket dinner, and lots of flying demonstrations including STOL and Flour Drops! More Info In the image below. See you there!
Attend the Alaska Airmen’s Association Great Alaska Aviation Gathering with other Women in Aviation! Meet at the Palmer Fairgrounds, where the main Gathering will be held, outside Raven Hall at 1 pm. There are tons of things to do and see, but a great backcountry CFI from Idaho, Lori McNichols, will be speaking at 1:45 pm and that may be an item of interest for some of you. This will be an informal meeting, and we won’t all rigidly stay together during the entire event, but the idea is simply to allow for the opportunity to see friendly faces at an event we can all love.
There is plenty of free parking available at the Fairgrounds, and if you choose to fly into Palmer Airport, there will be attractions there also, and there is a free shuttle between the two venues.
Afterwards there is live outdoor music at the Palmer Alehouse starting at 7 pm for those who wish to extend the party. There is also camping available in the vicinity of Palmer fairgrounds and many options for lodging.
We can’t wait to see you there!
Thank you all for coming to our WAI Skwentna Fly Out last weekend! Already looking forward to the next one…
Are you interested in being a part of one of the biggest tradeshows in aviation? You could be a volunteer at The Alaska Airmen’s 24th annual Great Alaska Aviation Gathering! For more information and to sign up click the link below!