A display of paintings by Rushden artist Keith Hill will form part of a special one-off event.
The event is being held at Thurleigh Museum to commemorate the 306th Bomb Group.
Mr Hill’s exhibition will include an especially commissioned picture of a Flying Fortress approaching Thurleigh and at the event there will also be appearances from Sally B Europe’s last remaining airworthy Flying Fortress bomber and a Spitfire and the rededication of the 306th BG memorial in front of veterans.
In addition there will be a display of military and civilian vehicles, live singing by Luna Nightingale and the Patchwork Bombardiers and dancing to the Mainline big band.
There will also be refreshments available.
The event will be held in aid of the museum at Thurleigh, Bedfordshire, and the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
It will take place from 10am to 5pm on Sunday, July 8. Tickets are £5 in advance or £8 on the day.
For further information visit www.306BG.co.uk.