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EAA's Flight at the Museum Set for March 11

Event Offers Drinks, Music, and Food Under the Wings of Classic Aircraft

Next year's "Flight at the Museum" has been scheduled for March 11th, offering supporters a reception, multi-course dinner, and entertainment as they support EAA educational programs. 

The event, designed in the flavor of an upscale "food & drink experience", pairs TJ’s Highland Steakhouse of Oshkosh alongside a variety of beverages from Stone Arch Brewery of Appleton, Wisconsin. During the pre-dinner reception, premium beers from almost 2 dozen breweries will be available for sampling alongside a variety of hors d’oeuvres.

Samples on tap will be in the running to be the drink of choice to honor the EAA's 70th anniversary at Oshkosh 2023, too, with attendees responsible for narrowing down the field to only 2 finalist beers for the honor.  Entertainment will be on scene courtesy of Janet Planet and the JazzMen, providing some award-winning ambience.

“A variety of evolving factors led us to create this unique event, which provides an experience and atmosphere unlike anything else in the region,” said Chris Farrell, EAA’s director of events. “The quality of food, drink, and entertainment will be outstanding for a memorable evening in support of our youth education activities.”

Tickets are available via the EAA, at $150 per head for non-members. EAA members get a $25 discount on each ticket. Proceeds will go to support the EAA's youth education activities. 

FMI:www.EAA.org

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