COSHOCTON – Bethel Toler, airport administrator at Richard Downing Airport, announced that plans are being made to have the Wings Over Coshocton Air Show on Sept. 21, 2013.
Scheduled performers will include many of the favorites from the 2010 Wings Over Coshocton, and especially the Flags of Honor, a moving tribute to the fallen in the Iraq-Afghanistan conflict. Those that attended the 2010 Wings Over Coshocton Air Show recalled that it was a “truly memorable display of patriotism and tribute to our fallen heroes.
Ticket prices will be $10 for adults, $5 for children with age 2 and under getting free admission.
Toler added that he is pleased to announce the return of the Air Show to Coshocton.
“The community support for not only the 2010 Air Show but prior air shows here has been phenomenal,” he said. “The people and businesses of Coshocton support this airport in many ways, and having ‘Wings Over Coshocton’ is one of the ways we can pay some back for that support. The crowd was awed by the performers and I would expect nothing less at next year’s show.”
Further announcements will be published as plans are finalized.
Category: Arts & Entertainment
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