The Great Lakes International Air Sow is approaching at the end of the month and organizers are expecting the show to be bigger and better that ever before. Th show that begins June 28th and runs through the Canada Day Long Weekend will showcase many great acts including the world famous Canadian Forces Snowbirds. Show director Hugh Shields says that timing for the event couldn't have been any better.
Shields adds taht one major improvement that they have made to the show is transportation. You can now park at Masco Canada, Forest City Castings or the Elgin County Railway Museum in St.Thomas as well as the East Elgin Community Centre in Aylmer. If cost $5.00 per vehicle t o park and a free shuttle bus will be offered to the airport. Handicapped parking will also be available at the Elgin Mall.