Cadets bring Snowbirds to Huron County
Published Wednesday, June 10, 2015 3:40PM EDT
The Canadian Forces Snowbirds demonstration team fly over Comox, B.C., during a training flight on Thursday April 18, 2013. The aerobatic team is in Comox for two weeks preparing for the 2013 air show season. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
To mark their 37th anniversary the Maitland Air Cadets are bringing the Snowbirds to Goderich.
Mark June 24th on your calendar. Canada's precision flying team will be hitting the skies along the Lake Huron shoreline at 6 p.m. that day.
They'll be joined by the SkyHawks - the Canadian Armed Forces parachute team - and a CF-18 Hornet demonstration will take place as well.
One of the Snowbird pilots is a Huron County native, so the Cadets only felt it was right to try and bring the Snowbirds to town, so local boy Bart Postma could strut his stuff.
The Snowbirds were last in Goderich in 2008.
For more information visit: http://www.maitlandaircadets.ca/