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The Element Of Wind Makerspace At Hanford Reach Interpretive Center Richland, WashingtonOn Saturday, April 11 come to The Element of Wind Makerspace happening at Hanford Reach Interpretive Center, 1943 Columbia Park Trail in Richland, Washington. The event will be from 10:30 in the morning until 2:30 in the afternoon.

Details of the Event
April is windy and we are celebrating WIND!! We will be learning about wind and how it works for us. Air Cannons, Parachutes, Airplanes and Kites. This event will be offered again on April 25.

Activity free with admission (REACH Members Free, Adults $8, Seniors/Students $6, Kids 5 & Under Free)

For more information go to https://www.facebook.com/events/628200803977032/

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Second Saturday At WAAAM Air And Auto Museum, Hood River OregonRide antique cars and watch the antique planes take off and land on Saturday, June 14 as WAAAM gets the engines running. Everyone will surely enjoy living history at its finest!

The WAAAM Air & Auto Museum
The museum has the largest collections of flying antique airplanes and automobiles in the country. Get a chance to see their collection of antique aircraft including the 1917 Curtiss JN-4D Jenny featuring an OX-5 90 HP engine, our Piper Cub and WACO collections, the Aeronca collection, the Stearman collection and many more amazing aircraft. 

They also have over 130 cars in the collection at last count and motorcycles like Harley Davidsons, Indians, Cushmans and a lot more!

More Details
The action starts between 10:00 in the morning until 2:00 in…

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Annual Prosser Fly-In and Show at Prosser Airport, WashingtonHow about Cool Desert Nights…with wings!? Well that’s exactly what Prosser Washington’s Fly-In is this Friday, Saturday and Sunday July 18, 19 and 20. The Fly-In is an annual event sponsored by the South Central Washington Experimental Aircraft Association; there are various kinds of planes in many different stages on display and flying around. Some of the planes that usually come every year are a restored 1930s Howard, a Long Easy that looks like it is flying backwards because the larger wings are in the back and the smaller ones are in the front, there will be home-built planes, planes that are in the process of being built or restored and a wide array of other planes. The Prosser Washington Fly-In is a family friendly event, so bring the whole family…

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