10th -- Chapter Hangar Flying Event
Location: Dwayne Hora's Shop
58341 280th Ave, Mantorville, MN 55955 (Click
picture icon to enlarge or here
for a pdf printable map)
Time: 1900L (7:00 pm)
Please bring your own chair -- or plan to stand.
Hilgendorf, a local historian will be our guest speaker and will
tell us about the history of Rochester aviation.
is a volunteer and researcher at the History Center of Olmsted County
and writes the Lens on History column that appears in the Rochester
Post-Bulletin every Tuesday. Having
recently retired from 40 years in the auto parts industry, his interests
lie in Rochesterís auto dealers, gas stations, drive-ins, and root
beer stands. Lee and his
wife make their home in the Meadow Park subdivision in southeast
Rochester, an area that served as the Rochester Airport from 1929 to
from Oct. 31, Post Bulletin by Lee Hilgendorf
November 11th -- Seminar
on "Toward Zero Deaths in Aviation.
Rick Braunig will speak on MnDOT Aeronautics' 'Zero Deaths in Aviation'
09:00 Central Standard Time
Location: Modern Avionics/Air Trek North, 10000 Flying Cloud Dr, Eden
Prairie, MN 55347
view further details and registration information for this seminar, click
8th -- Chapter Hangar Flying Event
Location: Dodge Center Airport's Administration Building
Time: 1900L (7:00 pm)
13th -- IMC Club Meeting.
Location: Great Planes Aviation which is on the second floor
of the "old weather station" building just SE of Signature
Time: 1900L (7:00pm)
For local information click
January 2nd -- Chapter
Bears Den back room in Byron
Members are encouraged to arrive about 1730-1800 to eat and drink.
The business meeting will start at 1830. Eating/drinking is not
required, but it's a nice way to thank the Bears Den for the use of
items to cover:
any other discussion items to ProgramDirector@eaa100.org
can come to the meeting but only paid-up members can vote.
If you want to be a 2017 member of Chapter 100, please bring $10 for
your yearly dues to the next meeting. Also, download the membership
profile form and bring it along
EAA Chapter 100 Events:
May-October will be Saturday morning Fly-In events (Unless someone
invites us to their shop/project). We've scheduled the second
Saturday each month starting about 0900. Taxi or fly one of your
airplanes to TOB for fun and flying. All pilots are invited even
if you don't belong to the chapter. Rolls and coffee until we run
November-April will be Hangar flying events every 2nd Friday at
1900 unless otherwise noted in the black column on the right.
Chapter Activities Guide from
with an interest in aviation is welcome to attend the next EAA Chapter
100 Winter Hangar Flying Event or Summer Fly-In. Hangar Flying Events are for: training,
presentations, socializing and just, plain old fun. They are (generally)
every second Friday of the month at 1900L. We try to rotate locations
among the various member projects. Fly-Ins are summer events
usually held at Dodge Center (KTOB) starting about 0900 on the second Saturday of each month. Pilots are encouraged
to bring or fly their airplanes to the event. Then, we'll just
have fun. No airplane, no problem. There just might be an
opportunity for a ride or some other fun.
Dates and times are often adjusted a
few times each year to schedule around major events, such as the annual AirVenture
convention in Oshkosh, WI.
EAA Chapter 100
conducts the Business Meeting about 10 days prior to the Hangar Flying
Events. We conduct our business at these meetings and save the Hangar
Flying Events for fun and education. All current members of EAA Chapter
100 are invited to attend and participate in Business meetings. Business
meetings are usually held at the Bears
Den in Byron