San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us in kicking off Props & Ponies at our Props, Ponies & Popping Corks fundraising event!
- Get up close and personal with 'Fragile but Agile' a rare P-51 Mustang with a confirmed combat history and an amazing lineage, going from the 5th Air Force to the Swiss Air Force and later to the Israeli Air Force!
- Preview two of Steve Saleen's personal collector cars - the 30th Anniversary and the George Follmer editions - one of the few chances to see these two cars together!
- Meet and greet with HFM pilots, our show sponsor & others
We're going big with this event for 2014 - celebrating the decades between the days of the P-51 Mustang in WWII and the launch of the Ford Mustang during the Vietnam War! Avenue Catering has put together a fantastic menu entitled, 'Better than C-Rations', featuring a host of delicious appetizers themed after the C-rations handed out to our troops. Skagit Swing Band will be on site with live music, so bring your dancing shoes! The Kitty Hawk Cafe will run a no-host bar featuring local beer and local wine. And debuting at this event, a special cocktail aptly named 'Earth Rising' in honor of the Apollo 8 moon shot and named for the iconic photograph taken by our founder and Apollo 8 crew member, Bill Anders.
Included in your ticket price, besides the good feeling you'll have for supporting your local air museum, is:
- your delicious food,
- the incredible music,
- a souvenir pint, wine or highball glass engraved with the HFM logo and your first drink. (Additional glasses will be available for purchase to complete your set!)
Popping Corks is a fun evening and a great start to the car show. We look forward to showing you around our place and thanking you in person for your support.
For more about this and the Props & Ponies Mustang-Mustang Show on Saturday, 16 August, visit: http://www.heritageflight.org/content/visit/calendar-special-events/props-ponies/.
When & Where
Heritage Flight Museum
Founded in 1996 by Apollo 8 astronaut Maj. General William Anders, the Heritage Flight Museum is a non-profit, 501(C)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation and flying of historic military aircraft. The Museum settled at Bellingham International in 2001, and have been developing their displays and their community programs since then. The Museum recently relocated to Skagit Regional Airport, Burlington, WA and look forward to opening fully in 2015. Visitors are welcome to get an up-close look at the collection of memorabilia and artifacts, and a selection of flying World War II, Korean and Vietnam era aircraft.
For more information about HFM, how you can support, and more please visit heritageflight.org.