International Frati Association
An informal get-together of aviating oyster eaters and owners of Stelio Frati aircraft coinciding with the annual Urbanna Oyster Festival (www.UrbannaOysterFestival.com). The Oyster Festival parade is on Friday night and lasts for about 1-1/2 hours. Best to arrive by 10:00 AM. It includes fire engines, ambulances, "beauty" queens, dogs, motorcycles, funny cars, marching bands, bagpipes, arabian music, etc. Sometimes called the biggest small town event on the east coast, the Urbanna Oyster Festival is a unique slice of America. Especially welcome are unusual aircraft. Beech, Piper and Cessna products tolerated.
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Thar ain't none. Freshly-cut grass awaits your tent. Bring your sleeping bag (or significant other) and enjoy the lawn. Motels are booked well in advance. In case of rain, tentless campers should be prepared to supplicate and grovel before Meredith Scott. RSVP Dr. Ing. Alfredo Scoti, 2000 Tomlynn St, Richmond, VA 23230. Phone: 804-353-1713, FAX: 804-359-2618 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rosegill Farm Airstrip
Located on the Rappahannock River across from the town of Urbanna. See the Washington Sectional. The airstrip is 2,500' grass. GPS drivers go to: N37° 37.93, W076° 33.28. Park aircraft to one side. If you get lost, our local phone number there is 804-758-4177. Caution: numerous aircraft are in the area during the Oyster Festival including a state police helicopter. Wind sock is on the hangar. Pilots are invited to use the private strip at their own risk as owners do not have liability insurance.
NO ELECTRIC OYSTER KNIVES PERMITTED