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Veteran’s Day at the New England Air Museum
November 9, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The New England Air Museum will hold its annual Veterans Day Event on Saturday, November 9th.
Visitors to the Museum will have the opportunity to meet & talk one-on-one with veterans of military conflicts. Included in the program will be re-enactors from WWII, representatives from Soldier On, and CT Veterans Affairs office. At 12:30 p.m. Serene Hackle will be speaking on her book Skipper Goes to War. A heartwarming tale of a beloved Cocker Spaniel and his relationship with a B-17 bomber crew in the thick of World War II.
Cost: Adults $12.50, Seniors $11.50, children – $7; under 3 free. Free admission for Veterans and active duty military personnel.
Visitors are encouraged to bring new personal hygiene products that will be donated to a local veterans’ home. An area will be set aside for children to make holiday cards for our veterans.
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