View pictures from November dinner and speakers 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
The annual Estrella Warbirds Museum Christmas dinner is always a special event, and this year the Show Choir from Atascadero High School will be providing entertainment with songs from their upcoming “Sounds Like Christmas” holiday program. This fun, close-knit group of students, directed by AHS Choral Director Johnny Johnson, will be singing at several festive events throughout the county this season, and is preparing for Show Choir competition at the upcoming Burroughs Music Showcase in Burbank.
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Memorial services for "Al" Schade, former Aircraft Restoration Manager, past board member, and long term member of Estrella Warbirds Museum, will be held 11:00 a.m., Saturday, November 18th, in Hangar One, here at Estrella Warbirds Museum. Al passed away Monday evening, October 9th. For more information about Al Schade, click here.
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Dennis Gage is no stranger to Estrella Warbirds Museum. As the host of nationally syndicated auto TV show, "My Classic Car", he was on hand to film Warbirds Wings & Wheels 8 in 2016. In May, 2018, Dennis will be returning to Estrella Warbirds Museum for our Tenth Anniversary Warbirds Wings & Wheels event as the Special Guest of Honor. He will be appearing during the Friday night dinner & dance prior to the car show and will be on hand to greet people and sign autographs. It time to start growing those handlebar mustaches now!
More information will be provided as it become available.
Watch Dennis Gage show off Warbirds Wings & Wheels 8 on national TV. You can now watch the entire episode on our Warbirds Wings & Wheels 9 pages. Click here to view!
Dennis Gage came back to Estrella Warbirds Museum the first week of April, 2017 to film the Woodland Auto Display for yet another show later this season. We will post show times when we receive notice.
If you have visited the Woodland Auto Display this past year at Estella Warbirds Museum, you would have seen this Robert Yates car #28, driven by Davey Allison, on display. As of January 7th, it is on loan to an incredible organization. For just the third time since it opened in 2010, the NASCAR Hall of Fame will have a new feature displayed on its Glory Road exhibit -- one that highlights the most legendary drivers in the history of the sport. It takes some drivers years to make their mark on NASCAR’s premier series. In 1987, however, second-generation driver Davey Allison made headlines in his first full season. His five poles and two wins led to Rookie of the Year honors and a record that would stand for 12 seasons. Robert Yates, who served as engine builder on the car, took over as owner in 1989. He kept Allison on as driver and launched Robert Yates Racing
You can read more about the exhibit and view a video in the AutoWeek.com article which talks about this car, click here. How cool is that? Thanks Dick Woodland, for taking a critical part in this project!