Up, Up and Away
Before there was a Los Angeles International Airport, several small airports peppered the Southern California landscape, including one in Culver City.
By the late 1920s, Culver City was at the forefront of two pioneering and burgeoning industries: motion pictures and aviation. Did you know that the Culver City Airport was used by such notable aviators as Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart?
Join us on Tuesday, April 19, 2022 at 7PM in the Multipurpose Room of Veterans Memorial Building as historian Marc Wanamaker and Historical Society president Hope Parrish co-present this look of our early local airports and how Culver City played a part in this aviation history.
The public is invited to this free program. Regardless of vaccination status, L.A. County Public Health strongly recommends that people continue to wear masks that fit and filter well in all indoor public places.