A  list of  Maine/NH/NE events will be compiled after the Aviation Forum on Feb 23 and sent out to MAA members and posted here on the website.
The calendar of aviation events is updated every few weeks throughout the season.

January 27
Soup Sunday
Wiscasset Airport (KIWI)
Bring soup, bread, cookies or something to share if you so choose (not required). This is a pot-luck soup event to help ward off the winter blues.
Snow or Shine/Fly or Drive
Chewonki Neck Rd
Wiscasset, ME
Brought to you by (your) Maine Aeronautics Association
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Feb 9
9th Annual Bowman Field
Ski Plane Fly-In

Bowman Field(B10)
River Rd-E. Livermore
Lunch: Chili/Chowder/Dessert
Brought to you by Bowman Field Flying Club…
Bowman Ski Plane Flyer 2019
Feb 9
Bald Mountain Camps Fly-In
Mooselookmeguntic Lake
Oquossoc, Maine
4,000 plowed runway on the lake
Food, games and a great winter gathering
Unicom: 122.8 
Feb 23
11th Annual Maine Aviation Forum
Owls Head Transportation Museum
Knox County Airport (KRKD)
Snow date: Feb 24
Coffee and Pastries in the morning and Lunch provided
This one-day event is an opportunity for various Maine based aviation organizations to get together to share ideas, concerns, and information–and to coordinate activities for the coming year. The Forum is recognized by the Aero Club of New England for its commitment to promoting General Aviation in Maine 
If you represent an aviation organization, business, or interest you are invited to this important annual event.
Duke Tomlin, Event Coordinator:
The event is sponsored by EAA Chapter 87, Katahdin Wings, Columbia Air Services, Knox County Flying Club, and the MAA
March 16
Wicked Good 
Chili Cook-Off & Safety Seminar
(The 18th Annual)

Wiscasset Municipal Airport (KIWI)
Safety Seminar at 10am/Chili Cook-off  at Noon
Door Prizes and awards for best chili in 3 categories:
Best Overall/Hottest/Vegetarian
Stay tuned for further details
Brought to you by your Maine Aeronautics Association


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Fly safe and often!



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