Our Field

4819 4th Concession North, Amherstburg, Ontario. Canada N9V 2Y9

2019 Airshow

Aug. 24th -25th

11:00 am  -  3:00 pm

SPRCF plans to hold its 9th annual model aircraft demonstration and air show, open to the public, on Saturday and Sunday, August 24,25 2019 from 11:00am - 3:00pm at its flying field on the 4th concession (just south of county road 8 and just west of River Canard - look for the four radio towers to find the field - 4819 Concession 4 N, Amherstburg, ON for Google Maps. (Clink on the"Our Field" link below for a map).

The Event
The event will feature a wide range of model flight demonstrations including aerobatics, military scale models, model parachute drops, simulated combat, all electric models, candy drops and a model glider contest for the younger kids.

Previous year's event's were a huge success with estimated crowds on each day estimated in excess of 100's of spectators.

Admission is free (Parking is $5.00/car).  Hot dogs, hamburgers and drinks will be available.  The public are urged to bring lawn chairs, hats and sunglasses.  The formal air show will be from 12:00 to 1:00pm on each day with many other flying demonstrations during the whole event.  Small children will be provided with a limited number of free glider kits to assemble and use for a children's competition.

Most first time spectators are astonished at the capabilities of these sophisticated miniature aircraft.

The event location is at the club's 'Tower Field' just south west of Villanova High School.  There will be signs posted on the road intersections close to the high school to help visitors find the field.

Model Aviation has been an active sport since the 1930's and has often been noted as the starting point for many professional engineers, scientists, technicians, pilots and even astronauts.  Since the 1960's, experimenters have harnessed radio control technology to create ever more sophisticated and capable model aircraft.  Over the last decade, fully electric power has evolved to supplement the fuel engines and gliders that are still very popular options.

Last Update Oct 9th, 2019