No Host Bar Starts: 6:00 p.m.
Dinner Starts at 7:00 p.m.
Come celebrate the holidays with us! Our annual holiday dinner is always a fun and festive time. This year, we've invited The Lindy Sisters to be our special guests and entertainment for the evening.
It's time to sit back, relax, have an adult beveredge or two and listen to this retrospective 1940's era trio of songstresses with three part harmony reminiscent of the Andrews Sisters! It will be an evening full of costumes, seamed hosiery, red lips, hats & gloves, choreography, big band swing, and incredible harmony sung through vintage microphones.
The Lindy Sisters' passionate desire to transport their audiences to the glamorous era of swing, has landed them at venues such as The Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, The Hip Kitty Jazz Club in Claremont, Redlands Bowl, the Sentimental Journey Fly-In, the Coffee Gallery Backstage in Pasadena, California Center for the Arts Escondido, The Cicada Club in Los Angeles, USO Concerts, the Queen Mary in Long Beach, The USS Iowa in San Pedro as well as traveling tours on the east coast.
Reservations are a MUST! Reserve early as we may sell out!
View pictures from October dinner and speaker click here.
Dinner is catered and open to the public ($20/person), reservations are required prior to 6 p.m., Monday prior to dinner, either On-line HERE or call 805 296-1935
Museum Docents Make it all Happen!
Estrella Warbirds Museum relies on an outstanding cast of volunteer docents to help run the museum, the gift shop, the automobile display.
It's a great place to make new friends and meet people from all over the world that stop by Paso Robles to visit the museum!
If you would like to volunteers a few hours each month, or week, let us know. We would love to meet you! Stop by the museum or find more information here.
Awesome job! The next time you see anyone in the restroration crew, make sure you tell them what a great job they did with the F-9F8P Cougar! You need to see all the before and after pictures too! Received as one of those "rusty bucket of bolts and missing parts" type of plane, this Cougar has undergone an incredible makeover restoring it to its original glory!
Thanks, guys, for a job well done!
View more Cougar pictures click here.
Straigh out of Star Wars, this 1956 custom Ford pickup is now on display in the Woodland Auto Display building. This vehicle belonged to former Paso Robles resident, Vern Rauch. For the rest of the story on this absolutely beautifully detailed vehicle click here or come on down and see it in person!