The Shutterbugs Photographic Group invite you to come and relive the Swinging Sixties on Saturday the 17th June at Museo Aeronáutico de Málaga ( Malaga Airport Museum ) , from 6-30pm. Definitely a date for your diary.
Entry to the Party and Museum is FREE! So please come along, Family and friends are all welcome, so spread the word, this should be a fun evening for all. Light refreshments (nibbles and drinks) are also being provided.
Tapas Andalucia (The Andalusia Performing Arts Society) will be singing a selection of hits from the sixties, dressed in a colourful array of iconic costumes – mods, rockers, hippies and flower “children”.
Colin Gausden and Natalie Davis together with members of the JIVE SPAIN ...goup will be demonstrating their dance moves and inviting you to join them for a spin.
Eunique Gemstone Jewellery will be here with a stunning display of Exclusive pieces especially selected for the show. With the Summer Sale now on and prices cut to 50% ,owning fabulous Jewellery has never been more affordable.
You know what they say about the sixties – if you remember it you couldn’t have been there! Whether you remember it or not, come along to the “Swinging Sixties” party to be held at the Airport, Navigation and Air Transport Museum in Malaga Airport* on Saturday June 17th from 6.30 p.m.
There will be Classic motorbikes and scooters on display and you will have the opportunity to look around this remarkable museum
A perfect opportunity to air your hippy, hot pants, mod or rocker outfits, or just to come along and enjoy the fun, the organisers are even expecting some VIP guests to join us.
The event is being held to raise funds in aid of the restoration of an historic airplane “The Dove”. The Dove dates from the 1960´s and was not only flown as a commercial aircraft but there were two of them in H.M. the Queen´s Flight.
The restoration of this rare gem to add to the museum´s collection relies entirely on public donations.
*The museum grounds are off the MA-21 exit 2, behind the San Miguel Brewery near Malaga Airport. At the roundabout, follow the signpost Aviación General/Museo. Parking is available inside the grounds.