The Stuart Air Show

The Stuart Air Show

An annual highlight for Stuart residents in Martin County is the fun and also educational experience that comes from the Stuart Air Show.  Anyone who was in or near town this past weekend heard evidence of the air show’s arrival simply by the sound of all the planes (new and old) that flew over Stuart this past weekend from November 11-13.

But the air show had more to offer than just daredevil pilots and their amazing planes and stunts.  This annual event brings in a diverse number of people to enjoy the show and its fun-filled activities, good food as well as static displays.  For the children, there were rides and funhouses that kept them active and happy.  Along with rides, the air show had a live concert, displays of historical aircraft, community exhibits, and for the first time ever a real reenactment of a WWII battle scene complete with historical planes and troops!
Residents and visitors lined up to see the amazing stunts delivered by these pilots with proceeds benefiting the Road To Victory Military Museum and other local organizations. Yet while most people attended the Stuart Air show to experience the whole experience, many choose to camp out on the outskirts.
Crowding the bridges, parks and even the Saint Lucie River on their boats, many families watch the skies as the planes twist and twirl through the air making it an event that is bigger than just those attending at Witham Field.  A wonderful yearly experience, the Stuart Air show is a big hit for Martin County natives and tourists alike while helping many deserving charities as well.

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