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March, 2005 - Nr. 3


The Editor
Returning of Spring
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Vienna Connection
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Zurich Connection
An Ostern wohin?
Dear Mom
The Youth Forum
K-W & Beyond
Ball Austria 2005
Schwaben Anniversary
Klaus Woerner Remembered
17. Filmschau
Truffles at Cheese Boutique
Dick reports...
Sybille reports
Ham Se det jehört?
Naka Health Letter
Toronto's Music
TSO April Events
Toronto's Aerospace Museum
Jobs for Youth
Richter Exhibition
Ägyptisches Museum
Aschermittwoch der Künstler
German camp "Waldsee"
Dresden Against Far Right
Premiere of Pompeii
The Final Days
Spring your Home to Life
Ontario Greenspace
Greenbelt Backgrounder


Toronto - The Toronto Aerospace Museum is a great place for families to visit during March Break (March 14 to 29). The museum features a variety of exciting aircraft, fascinating exhibits and aviation and aerospace memorabilia, including an Avro Lancaster Mk X bomber, a CS2F Tracker anti-submarine hunter, full-scale model of the Avro CF-105 Arrow supersonic interceptor (under construction) and an historic Tiger Moth biplane.

During March Break the Museum will be open daily from March 14 to 29 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (Sundays 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm).

Two special March Break Programs will be offered by reservation only:

  • Plastic aircraft modelling for beginners: ages 10 and up
    Wednesday, March 16 and Wednesday, March 23, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm - cost: $10 (includes model kits)
    -- instructor: James Montgomery of the Aerobuffs modelling club
  • Drawing Aircraft - art lessons for ages 10 and up
    Wednesday, March 23 only, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, cost $10 (includes materials)
    -- instructor: Mark Painter, professional art teacher

Toronto's only air and space technology museum is located in the former de Havilland Canada aircraft factory established at Downsview in 1929. The site is the birthplace of many of this country's most successful aircraft, and where Canada's first spacecraft, the Alouette I satellite, was assembled.

The Toronto Aerospace Museum is located at Downsview Park, 65 Carl Hall Road (Keele St. & Sheppard Ave. area). Admission: Adults (18+) $8.00, Seniors (60+) $6.00, Students $5.00, Family $20.00, Children (under 6) Free. For further information and to register for the March Break programs call 416-638-6078 or visit www.torontoaerospacemuseum.com.


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