Yankee Air Museum’s Annual Gala Dinner

. March 31, 2018.
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Odyssey Aviation is hosting the Yankee Air Museum’s annual gala dinner in their executive jet hangar, styled like a nightclub for the event. Vintage airplanes, like the P51 Mustang, are open for revelers to tour at their leisure, drinks in hand. Moveable Feast will cater a seasonal four-course dinner, followed by a Visionary Award presentation to legendary auto exec Bob Lutz, a performance by Detroit stand-up comic Billy Ray Bauer, and a live auction. Proceeds go toward construction of a new museum at the Willow Run Bomber Plant.

$250/per person, $450/per couple, $2250/table of ten
5:30pm, with dinner at 6:30pm
Saturday, April 14

734-483-4030 | yankeeairmuseum.org

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