Mayor’s Museum Tour lands at Estrella Warbirds/Woodland Auto Center
–Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin continues to promote local history on his year-long tour of local museums. The latest episode stop on that tour was the Estrella Warbirds Museum and the Woodland Auto Display at the Paso Robles Airport on Wednesday, April 13. The mayor took an extensive tour through the complexes, viewing archives, military displays and classic cars and automobiles.
“Too many people don’t understand the high quality of historical displays and information to be found in our local museums,” said Martin. “The facilities at our airport are top of the line and getting better every day. They represent a tremendous resource for researchers, history buffs and families traveling through ours are seeking quality recreational opportunities.”
On the third Wednesday of each month the mayor visits a different local museum, inviting the public to join him and local history experts in an exploration of the roots of local culture. The next tour is scheduled for May 11,10 a.m., with the Paso Robles Historical Society in their museum, which is located in the Carnegie Library building in the downtown city park. Admission is free. The tour will last about an hour.