Join us as we celebrate WWI and WWII aviation art being unveiled to the public for the first time on Friday June 4th, 2021.
Arrive at 5:30pm for a wine reception and viewing of these WWI and WWII vintage aircraft insignia pieces. 19 pieces in total have been restored for this special event. Enjoy jazz music throughout the evening by The Gray Octet.
Beginning promptly at 6:30pm, you will indulge in a 3 course meal catered by our sister restaurant, The Park Inn, and paired with wine by Point of the Bluff Vineyards. Throughout dinner, you will hear from three special guest historians. This is the kickoff of a weekend long event. Saturday and Sunday will be open for reserved time slots to walk through and view the gallery.
“It is the finest collection of its type that I have ever seen in over 40 years, and I would be amazed if there is anything that currently exists that could rival it. The fact that the collection has survived over 100 years and is being preserved to be made available for the next 100 is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity. Everyone should take the time, make the pilgrimage to the Glenn Curtiss Museum and take it all in.” – Robert R. “Buddy” Macon (Deputy Director; National Naval Aviation Museum).
Attire is festive with a flair for the Roaring 20’s.
This event is part of Point of the Bluff’s mission to celebrate the rich history of the Finger Lakes Region. We are thrilled to be a part of this historical event and can’t wait to share it with the community.
All Covid-19 protocols will be upheld and communicated to guests prior to the event. Due to Covid-19 and social distancing, there is a minimum of 4 people per table and maximum of 10 (belonging to the same group). For ticketing questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.