Thursday, May 27, 2010

2010 Hollister Airshow

The first-ever air show is happening at the Hollister Municipal Airport this weekend. Whoo-hoo!

What will there be to see? Devil may-care aerobatic maneuvers, WWII fighter fly-bys, skydiving demonstrations, aircraft displays, vendors, and more!

And there will be many things to do, do, do, too! For instance, you can go up in the air in a historic 1930 biplane for $60 with Nostalgic Warbird and Biplane Rides.  In fact, the outfit will start taking parties up on Friday. First come, first served.

So, when will it be? This Saturday, May 29 and Sunday, May 30, from  10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

How much will it cost?  Entry fee is $5 per person. Children under 5 get in for free. There's also a $3 per car entry fee.  Be sure to have cash or your checkbook. That's all they'll be taking at the gate.

If you want to bypass the car fee, you can catch the free shuttle bus at the downtown parking garage (also free) on 4th and San Benito Streets. The service will come every 30 minutes from 9:30 to 4:30, so I'm told.  Free bus service will also be available on demand for folks who will be flying into the Frazier Lake Airpark.

Want to check out the schedule of events? Click here

For further details about the event and Hollister, check out these sites:
Now, for here's a peek of Jacquie B, one of the performers this weekend.

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