The Halifax Bomber: Bringing the Legend Back to Life
The Alberta Aviation Museum 2019 Speaker Series gets underway January 24 with a look at the efforts underway by the Halifax 57 Rescue Society Canada.
Karl Kjarsgaard is the project manager and director of this effort to bring a rare Halifax bomber, flown by so many Canadians and Allied airmen during the Second World War, back to Canada. Kjarsgaard is also a director of the Bomber Command Museum in Nanton, home to Lancaster FM-159.
The event starts at 7:00pm with doors opening at 6:30pm. Admission is $8 for members and $10 for non-members, available online or at the door.
Advance tickets* available here: https://halifaxrecovery.eventbrite.ca
This is the first of six speakers who will be making presentations over the next four months. Details are still being worked out, but we will have more information soon.
Watch our web site and social media feeds for updated information.
*Advance tickets available online only
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