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Wyoming's Third Highway Into Dubois - Fly-In and Community Aviation Day

Annual Fly-In and Community Aviation Day

Dubois Municipal Airport

Friday - Town Park

6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Tethered Hot Air Balloon Rides - (weather permitting) - sponsored by Wyoming Community Bank; Suggested donation: $5 per ride per person.

Saturday - Dubois Municipal Airport

6:30 - 10:00 a.m. Kiwanis FlapJack Fundraiser Breakfast - Adults $5, Children 8 & under $3

8:30 a.m. Opening Ceremony

  • National Anthem sung by Jaci Wilson
  • Welcome by Mayor Patricia Neveaux
  • Remarks by Airport Board President Harold Albright

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

  • Dubois Search & Rescue Training with Tip Top Search and Rescue of Pinedale, Guardian Flight Wyoming, and Classic Air (Weather and Emergency Status permitting)
  • Jr. Flight School - Kids Games & Activities sponsored by Nana's Bowling & Bakery. Complete a Fly-in Passport by visiting the stations and activities at the Fly-in.  Activities include: Kids can make their own kite and learn about airspace around an airport; Explore aerodynamics by designing a paper airplane and testing it out on the airplane obstacle course; Envision yourself as a future pilot by dressing up and taking a picture in the Aviation Photobooth.  And so much more!!
  • Baggage Claim Bingo - Adults can join in the fun by earning a chance to spin the prize wheel featuring prizes from local merchants.
  • Music provided by the Man in Tan.
  • Static Aircraft
  • Registration for Young Eagles flights for youth 8-17 years old (Flights scheduled for Sunday Morning, August 13, beginning at 6:30 am.)
  • Hop on the "Horse & Buggy" for a ride around the airport grounds - led by Percherons Duke & Don - Sponsored by Top Gun Sponsor Justus Jacobs - State Farm.
  • Concessions provided by Upper Warm Valley Homeowners Association


Comfortable Walking Shoes, Sunglasses, Hat, Sunscreen, Camera, Money (for breakfast, concessions, raffle tickets, etc.)


For more information on the event OR to volunteer, please contact Katrina Dingman at

Pilots should bring their own tie-downs and sledge hammer and be aware that most of the terrain for parking is grassy and gravelly. Towing will not be available.