Have you visited the museum lately?

It’s time, once again, for

Pancake Breakfast at the

Air Museum!

At the Oregon Aviation Historical Society
2475 Jim Wright Way Cottage Grove, OR

K61S Jim Wright Field!

From 8:00 am to 10:00 am Saturday, May 4
$5 – Pancakes, sausage, eggs, OJ, Coffee
Kids under 12 FREE
All proceeds benefit OAHS
and the preservation of Oregon’s rich Aviation History


Donate – Membership

THANK YOU for all your support throughout the year!!



Early Closure 11/ 7 & 8

Due to meetings with the Cottage Grove Partners in History OAHS will be closing at 3pm this Wednesday and Thursday. Thank you for your understanding.

If you are in the Seattle area be sure to catch “The Beaverton Outlaws” at the Puget Sound Antique Aircraft Club Meeting this Friday! See details below.

Beaverton Outlaws at the Puget Sound Antique Aircraft Club!

OAHS is headed to Seattle!

Join Cassandra Washburn and Mark Baxter for a presentation on Oregon’s aviation pioneers and how they changed the face of general aviation forever!

See more information on our events page or on Facebook: Puget Sound event

We hope to see you there!

Travel costs sponsored by_

Benton Air Fair Oct 6th!

Pancake breakfasts are done for the season!! Apologies for any confusion!

We will be in attendance at the Benton Air Fair in Redding, CA- Saturday, Oct 6 

If you are in the area come see a great show full of aircraft, vintage autos, aerobatics, and RC racing!!

Jim Ostrich

Cassie met up with Stearman pilot Jim Ostrich, & owner of Benton Air Center, at the Benton Air Fair in Redding, CA.

Oregon Homebuilt History on Display!

OAHS is honored to have the Moore SS3 on display!! A small one seat Oregon aircraft that has never been on public display!

This aircraft firs flew in 1982 and was designed and built by Arlen Moore of Sweet Home, OR. We are proud to be the event for it’s public debut!! 

Arlen was a true craftsman of aviation. In the early 60’s he built his SS1 glider which he sailed to over 18,00ft and flew from Redmond, OR to Mt. Shasta, CA! Arlen was also instrumental in the development of the aviation activity in the Alvord desert.

There will be several other one-off homebuilts on display this weekend as well as many kit build aircraft from across the pacific northwest! Come see the flying proof that you too can build an airplane!!

Saturday Sept. 1st: Pancake Breakfast 8-11am, RV3 dedication to follow. Restoration shop open all weekend!


Sunday Sept 2nd: Lunch 11-2pm $7 hamburger/hotdog, chips, drink- to benefit Cottage Grove Chamber Greeters scholarship.

Thank you to John Asbury for allowing us to have this amazing piece of Oregon history on display!!

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