The annual Delta Heritage Airpark Fly-in and Open house is on July 2nd.
This all day event is unique in that the general public, including families, are able to freely walk among homebuilt, classic and warbird aircraft. As well, they will be able to see RAA Chapter 85 members building the Zenith 750 CruZer (RAA Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/RAA.Chapter85/
To provide a bit of background, the Delta Heritage Airpark is a public use facility owned by Metro Vancouver Parks and provides both a jumping off point for cyclists, walkers and bird watchers (the airfield borders the Boundary Bay Dike) as well as for pilots of classic and homebuilt aircraft who use the grass runway. Several organizations are based at the airpark, including the aforementioned Chapter 85 of the Recreational Aircraft Association of Canada, COPA Flight 5/Boundary Bay Flying Club, the Western Warbirds and the Aerobatic Club of BC. http://www.deltaheritageairpark.org/
An interesting trivia tidbit is that the glider flying sequence of the movie "Fifty Shades of Grey" was filmed a the airpark: