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Annual Simsbury Fly-in, Car Show and Food Truck Festival
September 23 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Annual Simsbury Fly-In and Car Show will be held on September 23rd from 8 am to 5 pm (rain date September 30)
The Annual Simsbury Fly-In and Car Show is the largest event of its kind in New England, a special kind of country fair with 15,000 spectators, 750 airplanes and a huge car show, and over 100 participating businesses. Attractions include a B-17 flyover, Flying Tigers, JFK, Jr NTSB accident investigation, Radio Control model aerobatics, banner tow pickup demo, formation flying, free seminars, live music, kids activities, biplane and AT-6 rides, Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, gourmet food vendors, Lifestar medivac helo, many craft vendors, Ben and Jerrys, judging and trophies, new aircraft and car dealer displays, breakfast and lunch, and more! Handicapped parking and restrooms.
Pet’s on leashes welcome. Nearby parking is available at $10, with proceeds to benefit the Boy Scouts. The event is Cyclist Friendly (see parking)
Proceeds from this event help keep the Simsbury airport in operation. As a non-profit, all-volunteer group, the Simsbury Flying Club receives no funding from any governmental agency. Special thanks to Chapter 324 of the Experimental Aircraft Association, the Cam Crashers Car Club, their many Event Sponsors, and especially to many volunteers.
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