Past Activity for 2008
Planned Activity for 2008
Year 2009
Dates Below Are Year 2008
Note: Dates will be added as the events are scheduled
    Eastern Workshop 2008 
Friday, June 13 to Sunday June 15, 2008
Garner Gliderport, Orbit, Virginia

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Central Workshop


 Western Workshop 2008
Friday, August 29 to Monday, September 1, 2008
Mountain Valley Airport (L94) - Tehachapi, California

The theme will be "Renewable Energy"

The Experimental Soaring Association  (ESA) will be holding its annual Western Workshop over Labor Day weekend in Tehachapi, California.   Activities will take place at Mountain Valley Airport  (L94).  Events start Friday, August 29, with a potluck in the evening.   Lectures and demonstrations begin Saturday August 30, with the theme being “Renewable Energy”.   There will be lectures through Sunday August 31st.   Soaring is available at Mountain Valley Airport via Skylark North, 661-822-5267.   

   Latest Combined Agenda and Information for 2008  

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    Agenda for the 2008 Workshop ... Word Doc  
   Agenda for the 2008 Workshop ... PDF Doc ... updated ... see above

Registration and Additional Information
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Individuals may pre-register or register at the door (no difference in price).    Registration forms will also be on the ESA website (www.esoaring.com) later in the summer.  For additional questions, contact Dan and Janice Armstrong, 661-821-0346, armstronghagen@sbcglobal.net.      

Contact: Dan and Janice Armstrong, 661-821-0346  ...                           

No plans for 2009 at this time.

     Please refer to past calendars for examples of ESA (previously SHA) activities:
      Calendar for 2008 ... you are here
      Calendar for 2007  
      Calendar for 2006 
      Calendar for 2005
      Calendar for 2004
      Calendar for 2003
      Calendar for 2002
      Calendar for 2001
      Calendar for 2000
      Calendar for 1999

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