Upcoming Events

  • 5 1 17 - Museum opens for the 2017 season
  • 5 20 17 - 2nd Annual Spirit Gala and Fundraiser
  • 5 21 17 - 13th Annual Cole and Rita Palen Memorial Free-Flight Meet
  • 5 27 17 - Annual Safety briefing for volunteers and staff
  • 6 3 17 - Mid-Hudson RC Annual Spring Fun-Fly
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Address:
9 Norton Rd., Red Hook, NY 12571 (Driving Address)
PO Box 229, Rhinebeck, NY 12572 (Mailing Address)

Telephone: 845-752-3200
Fax: 845-758-6481

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Volunteer

Volunteers

Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is run by volunteers, and if you have the interest, we hope you will join us. Some knowledge of aviation is helpful but a strong desire to work with the public, flexibility, dependability and enthusiasm are most important to do any form of volunteer work at the aerodrome

Volunteers are needed for Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome’s Museum (open daily from mid-June through mid-October). Office administration and answering phones would be typical of museum activity but could extend to participation in direct mail campaigns for membership building, and fund raising. Basic computer skills such as word processing, spreadsheet programs and navigating the Internet are helpful. Volunteers will be trained to field visitor’s questions about the Aerodrome and its unique collection of World War I, barnstorming and pioneer era airplanes and artifacts.

Volunteers are also needed to assist in all aspects of air show production on Saturdays and Sundays. Activity includes aircraft handling and positioning on the flight line as well as set up and recovery of antique airplanes during flight operations. Staff assists with the admission and biplane rides booths. There may also be opportunities as understudies, actors, actresses, and some assistance in plot development, staging, sound and special effects for those with related skills.

If you are interested in flying or maintaining our aircraft, and are experienced with “tail draggers”, contact us for an interview. We also have positions for antique auto mechanics. There also is work for artists, painters and builders for set preparation and repair.

Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome depends largely on the support of its volunteers, and if you have the interest, we hope you will consider joining us. Some knowledge of aviation is helpful but an interest in working with the public, flexibility, dependability, enthusiasm and a positive attitude are most important to do any form of volunteer work at the Aerodrome.

If you would like to help please contact us so that we can discuss how you can participate and contribute.

Phone: 845-752-3200
Email: Click here.