EAA Chapter 838

We encourage and promote recreational and homebuilt aviation. Youth outreach and education programs, history, and more.

May 10, 2016

Young Eagles Fly Again!

This Saturday, May 14th, will be our next Young Eagles Rally. If you are between the ages of 8 and 17 and are interested in learning about flying, aviation, aeronautics, engineering or anything of that nature, this is the place for you. Ground school begins at 0900, and if the weather holds, we will begin flying shortly thereafter. We will have the simulator available for hangar flying, and our museum will be open for the first time this season. There will also be paper airplane contests, our local CAP (that's Civil Air Patrol) will be showing off one of their airplanes on static display, and who knows what other surprises! You can complete a registration form when you arrive, so come a little bit early and bring a parent, guardian or responsible adult with you. If, for some reason, the weather decides not to cooperate, we will still have ground school and all of the other fun activities, and you will be provided with a raincheck for a flight at a later date. Questions? either email info@eaa838.org or call Tracy at 847.420.5098. Hope to see you there!

May 10, 2016

Cirrus Owners Group Event

Dear Chapter Members,

Spend an evening with Cirrus Executives and discover in person why Cirrus Aircraft has been the best-selling aircraft in its class for 13 consecutive years. Experience the most sophisticated Cirrus ever produced and learn how personal aviation can enhance your business and lifestyle.

In addition, we will have a 2016 Model S by Tesla, a 2017 Lotus from Mancuso Motorsports, a 2016 Harley Davidson motorcycle and the new ALL-ELECTRIC run-about by Symphony Boats, designed and produced in Duluth, MN.

RSVP here, please. Thursday 5/12/16, 6-8 pm at the Chapter Building,business casual attire requested.

May 4, 2016

Come Hear Some Jazz!

Come and join the Choral Arts Society of Southeastern Wisconsin at 7pm on Saturday, May 7th as they visit our hangar and present Broadway and Jazz After Five featuring Jack Grassel and Jill Jensen. Enjoy a program of swing, Broadway and torch songs that will make your heart smile.

Mr. Grassel and Ms. Jensen have won several awards for their vocal performances, and you can expect to hear everything from Gershwin to Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer to Rogers & Hammerstein. There might even be a little bit of Irving Berlin thrown in, just for fun.

The party happens at our Chapter building, 3333 Green Bay Rd. in Racine. Light snacks, cash bar.

Admission Adults $15, Seniors $12, Students $5.

April 9, 2016

Young Eagles Flights, April 9, 2016!

Spring has sprung, and we’re about to have our second Young Eagles flight of 2016!

We invite all young people from 8-17 to join us for a free flight! Join our ground school class and learn about some of the science of why planes fly, and all about the different types of aviation.

Amaze your friends with all of the great science and aviation facts you will learn! Find out the secrets behind what keeps a plane in the air!

After the ground school, our volunteer pilots will (weather permitting) take you for a flight in plane. Who knows? You may even get to try your hand at flying the plane!

Come to the EAA Chapter 838 building at the north end of the Racine Batten Airport. Our address is 3333 Green Bay Road in Racine (map and directions).

We fly on the second Saturday every month from March through November. You must be at Chapter 838 Headquarters by 9:00 am for ground school class if you want to fly.

Bring a parent or guardian to sign the permission slip.

All flights are free
there is no cost for this wonderful event.

If you have any questions, please email Tracy or call 847.420.5098.