News

Look at the Size of This Thing!

The framework for the museum hangar is up and the building is taking shape!

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Building Construction Has Begun

Construction on our new museum hangar officially began on Monday, August 26, 2019! Kranig Excavating of Albany, Wis. and Bayland Buildings of Green Bay are

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Wisconsin Flying Hamburger Social Wednesday, August 21

A reminder that the Kelch Aviation Museum is hosting the last Wisconsin Flying Hamburger Social of the season next Wednesday, August 21, 2019 from 5:00 –

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Phase I Groundbreaking

We’re excited to announce the official groundbreaking for Phase I of our new museum building. The date is Friday, July 19, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.

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We’re Officially Out

As of today, June 17, 2019, the Kelch Aviation Museum is officially out of our existing storage building and office. Bring on the new building!

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Safely Moving the Archive

With Phase 1 of the new museum building construction right around the corner, we began a long anticipated move of our archive to a suitable

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Boy Scouts to the Rescue

Brodhead Boy Scout Troop 108 pitched in today to remove the observation deck from the current building at the Kelch Aviation Museum. They will be

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Happy 90th Birthday to Stearman NC8811

90 Years Ago Today On April 11, 1929, the Stearman factory in Wichita, Kansas completed manufacturing work on another of their aircraft, a model C3B,

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Kelch Aviation Museum Hires Part-Time Archivist

The Kelch Aviation Museum’s Library & Archive continues to grow through generous donations of valuable collections from around the country. A cornerstone of our mission

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Velie Monocoupe

This Velie powered Monocoupe 70 hangs in the California Science Center in Los Angeles, and is nearly identical to N800HB, owned by the Kelch Aviation

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