Wings and Wheels fly into Chickasha Saturday

Chickasha’s Municipal Airport will be buzzing like a beehive with a beehive of activities scheduled for Saturday. The Wings & Wheels Air Show and Car Show returns for its annual visit. The show is hosted by the City of Chickasha and has numerous local business sponsors
 Guests will have the opportunity to take photos with airplanes, check out classic cars, and enjoy food from local food trucks. Last year, nearly 4,000 people enjoyed a day of free, family-friendly fun at this event.
 The event will again feature Curt and Paul Richmond’s Pipes vs. Props show, along with performances by Kate Kyer, Stephen Covington and Justin Lewis. The event is produced by David Schultz Airshows.
 Car show registration will be from 8 to 10:30 a.m., and there is no entry fee. Awards will be given for Best Car, Best Truck, Best Streetrod, Best Paint and Best in Show, and will be presented at 11:30 a.m.
 The airshow portion of the event will begin at 12 p.m.
 Wings & Wheels attendees are encouraged to bring sunscreen and lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. Water will be available. No weapons, alcohol or coolers are allowed to be brought in the event.
 For young aviation enthusiasts, local EAA volunteers will offer free Young Eagles flights for children ages 8-17. Registration for these free flights will begin at 8 a.m. and space is limited.
  The Chickasha Municipal Airport, located at 2344 Beechcraft Road, is approximately 2 miles north of Chickasha off Highway 81. For more information, please visit chickasha.org/airshow.