Lots of local exhibitors, fun simulators and displays!


Airbrush Tattoos: Located near the kids area, get a fun temporary tattoo for the day! [$]

Alpha One: Flight school based at Plymouth which will be offering rides. Visit their table to see the latest in flight training and kids are welcome to climb in their Cessna to experience what it’s like to be a pilot! Thank you to Alpha 1 fro donating a scenic flight for our raffle.  alpha-1.com [Rides are $35 per person – sign up in Exhibit area]

American Red Cross: Visit with the volunteers at the Red Cross to learn about their programs and services. redcross.org

Fashion Focus Program: This programstrives to inspire girls of all ages to discover the beauty of self-confidence. Classes (for ages 5-18) include poise, posture and confidence, skincare, manners, social etiquette, positive body image, personal grooming, public speaking, nutrition, exercise and so much more. Visit their tent in the kids area for kids activities and to learn more. mariasfashionfocus.com

Genesis Amateur Radio Club: The Genesis Amateur Radio Society (GARS) will have an information booth during the day. GARS is a Plymouth Airport based amateur radio group. They will provide a live demonstration of their ability to provide emergency communication when all other forms means of communications fail. GARS members will be available to discuss the hobby and the requirements necessary to obtain the required government license. They periodically conduct radio classes and examinations for those interested in becoming a licensed amateur. genesisars.org/

MassDOT: Stop by the MassDOT booth to test out their flight simulators. The Aeronautics division of the Department of Transportation’s mission is to serve those people who travel in the Commonwealth in the air or on the ground. massdot.state.ma.us/

Mass State Police: Check out the latest state police vehicle and find out more about their mission. mass.gov

NexAir: Plymouth’s own aircraft avionics shop. You’ll be able to experience the latest in technology that pilots have in the cockpit (Garmin and Avidyne products). nexairavionics.com/

Pilgrim Civil Air Patrol: Stop by the CAP booth to learn more about their programs for youth. Cadet Programs teaches young men and women to be leaders for tomorrow’s America through application of our core values: Integrity, Respect, Volunteer Service and Excellence. The cadets have many summer activities, including flying lessons, encampments at military bases, several educational and training camps and an international cadet exchange. Thank you CAP for providing flight line security at the show. plymouthcap.org

Plymouth County Radio Group:  Presenting the GMRS radio community.

Patient Airlift Services (PALS): PALS provides no cost medical transportation using donated private planes and all other means of air transportation. They have helped kids and adults of all ages get to and from their loved ones and hospitals with free air transportation. palservices.org

Plymouth 400: Get ready for Plymouth in 2020! The Plymouth 400 Anniversary will highlight the cultural contributions and American traditions that began with the interaction of the Wampanoag and English peoples, a story that significantly shaped the building of America. plymouth400inc.org

Ryan Rotors: Helicopter company based at Plymouth which will be offering rides. Visit their table to learn more about their flights and other services.  ryanrotors.com [Rides are $60 per person – sign up in Exhibit area]

Red Cross: Check out their new mobile service van and learn about their mission. redcross.org

South Shore Children’s Museum: The South Shore Children’s Museum is where play and learning come together!  The museum provides an opportunity for children to discover our nation’s rich past through hands-on experiences — without ever having to leave the South Shore! southshorecm.org

South Shore Community Action Council: Bring a food donation! The SSCAC will have a table and will be accepting non-perishable food donations. sscac.org