March 30, 2020 Update: In light of the latest Coronavirus developments, I am canceling the April 18, 2020 Breakfast and Display Day. If the situation dramatically improves, and we can host a breakfast and aircraft displays, this page will be the first to have that information.
March 18, 2020 Update: In response to Coronavirus concerns, I have canceled our Breakfast and Display Day scheduled on Saturday, March 21, 2020.
At this point it is not rescheduled. Also, considering that most authorities are saying it will probably get worse before it gets better, be sure to check for updates before coming to the April 18, 2020 event.
March 4, 2020 Update: In response to seeing our display day on various aviation calendars, I have received several calls asking, "Are you still doing breakfasts and Display Days?"
One caller noted that it looked like nothing has happened since 2015, and I can see their point. The webmaster, me, has not updated this page in a while. After I set up tables and chairs for the morning I used to be free to go out and photograph the airplanes, but now I find myself more in the kitchen, go-fer, etc., and I just don't get out to get the pictures.
Breakfasts and Display Days are scheduled for every third Saturday, February through November. Due to iffy weather--and the workers deciding they wanted a break--we have decided that we will not hold a breakfast and Display Day in December and January.
So, come join us third Saturdays, February through November!
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The public is cordially invited to Hanford Municipal Airport, "KHJO," on the third Saturday of each month, February through November, for a free look at Vintage Aircraft, sponsored by EAA Chapter 1138 in Hanford, CA.
Along with the Aircraft Display, a breakfast will be available between 8:30 and 10:30, with a suggested donation of $5.00 per person.
The aircraft are always displayed outside the main airport ramp, by the largest hangar on the airport..
Most people seem to think that we put on a pretty good breakfast. Our typical
breakfast is shown below, but in 2020, new chefs are wanting to try new items.
Breakfasts are normally held outside, on the lawn under shade trees or umbrellas, in
front of the main ramp.
In inclement weather the breakfast is moved into the Chapter ClubHouse, at the
southwest corner of the airport.
The plane above and below this caption are the same plane. Above was as it made its first appearance, below is after a restoration to its almost original configuration...it actually served in W.W.II.