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Discover Aviation Days Remains On Hold

Organizers Hope For 2022 Return In Blaine

 


Discover Aviation Days organizers have received many inquiries about the popular event at the Anoka County-Blaine Airport (Janes Field) and its eventual return.

According to Craig Schiller, DAD Planning Team member, the non-profit organization is still intact and is financially sound, but like most events,

DAD was cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic. The event will continue to be on hold until state mandates allow such large gatherings again.

“At this time, we hope to hold DAD again in June 2022,” Schiller reports. “In addition, the DAD organization is seeking a new location here on the field as its main site for the breakfast-lunch and activities.”

DAD has been very fortunate during the past 20-plus years to be located at the Golden Wings Museum at the south end of the airport. Unfortunately, that facility is no longer available. According to Schiller, board members will continue to seek out a large enough space to facilitate logistical needs that are required for a successful show. The DAD team is also in need of more volunteer team members to help with organizing

event tasks. If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a DAD volunteer, please send an email to

Info@DiscoverAviationDays.org. Keep tabs on the event’s return by visiting www. DiscoverAviationDays.org or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DiscoverAviationDays.

 

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