Senator (Retired) Day provides opening remarks at the Museum's Capital Campaign Launch in Miramichi, NB on Friday, June 4, 2021
The President and CEO of the Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick, Ms. Carol Alderdice, discusses TIANB's partnership with the New Brunswick Aviation Museum
The Museum Executive Director, Kevin Anderson shares plans for the Museum
During the month of June, your support can have double the impact. Your donation will help us complete our feasibility study and initial design plans for a brand-new facility to be built in Miramichi, NB and will also give us a chance to win $20,000! See the information below to learn more about how to contribute and what the Museum is doing.
The Museum has a number of exciting opportunities for men and women of all ages. You don't even have to live in New Brunswick to help!
Donations are the lifeblood of a Museum. We need artifacts to tell our stories and we need funding to do our work. We can't do it without YOU!
If you aren't ready, willing or able to make a donation right now, consider leaving a lasting gift in your Will or having donations made In Memory when a loved one passes.
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Our Museum is home to the largest collection of RCAF Golden Hawks memorabilia in Canada. The legendary aerobatic team was formed at RCAF Station Chatham, New Brunswick in 1959 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of powered flight in Canada and the 35th anniversary of the RCAF. The team remained in Chatham until the Fall of 1962 when they moved to RCAF Station Trenton, Ontario. They remained there until February 1964 when severe budget cuts in the RCAF led to their untimely demise.