Monthly Dinner Special Guest Speaker
Nov 4th, 2014
No Host Bar Starts: 6:00 p.m.
Dinner Starts at 7:00 p.m.
The Atascadero High School Show Choir will be providing special entertainment during the December monthly dinner. Of utmost importance, the regular dinner night has been moved (this month only), to the first Thursday in December. The choir is one of the most active and visible performing groups in our community.
Under the direction of Emy Bruzzo, these kids sing and dance into the hearts of all who experience their special flair! The Show Choir has an exciting year ahead of them which includes fundraising in support of theirr Musical Theatre Competitions of America festival and Disneyland, in February 2015 and their dream trip to New York City and Broadway workshops in the spring.
Not only are we having special entertainment, but we are also hosting one of the finest dinners Larry Eastwood can cook up, complete with holiday trimmings! Get your reservation in today for a choice meal of Succulent Prime Rib, Baked Potatoe with all the fixings, Seasonal Salad, Holiday Green Beans, Rolls & Butter, Cheesecake. Price for the holiday dinner is $20 per person.
View pictures from November dinner 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 (New Number).
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.
Thank You to the 2014 Veteran's Day
Each year, some of our veteran members volunteer to do a fly-over of memorial activities that take place at various cemeteries around the area during Veterans Day. Shown above, is just part of the team this year. For more pictures, click here.
News from The Woodland Auto Display Building!
During the past month, the mother, widow, son, and other family members of the late Rich Vogler visited the Woodland Auto Display as they had heard that one of Rich's Midget race cars, built by Rich and his father, Don Vogler, was restored and on display at the Estrella Warbird Museum/Woodland Auto Display. Rich's mother had traveled from Illinois to visit family members in Newport Beach. The family then made the trip to Paso Robles to see the famous #2 Volkswagon powered race car.
Rich Vogler, aka Mad Dog, was second in wins only to AJ Foyt in the United States Auto Club with 170 plus he amassed numerous Midget & Sprint Car championships. In addition, he won over 200 races in various other racing organizations. Rich was killed in a Sprint Car racing accident in Salem, Indiana 1n 1990 while leading the race on the last lap of the event.