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Updated Mar 12, 2015

Norton Air Force Base Museum to Celebrate 2nd Anniversary


The Norton AFB Museum Board of Directors and volunteers are hosting a celebration on Saturday, March 21 from 12:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. at the Norton AFB Museum located at 1601 E. 3rd Street in San Bernardino to celebrate the Museum’s 2ndAnniversary.    


The event, being organized by the Norton Air Force Base Museum, will include remarks from distinguished local dignitaries, live music by the Smoke’N-Hot Lindy Sisters, the Famous Riverside Concert Band with their Swing Band, gourmet food trucks, raffle prizes and guided tours of the Museum and the Norton Veteran’ Monument. 


The Museum is looking for organizations, businesses and individuals interested in participating at this event.   Participation may include sponsorships, donations, setting up a booth to promote your organization or providing items for live raffle.  


Come and join in the fun for all ages and help the Norton Air Force Base Museum celebrate its 2nd year! For more information, please visit the Museums website at www.nafbmuseum.com or contact Bob Edwards, President of the Norton AFB Museum at (909) 936-8484 or email nafbmuseum@gmail.com


"To preserve, honor and promote the history of the Norton Air Force Base"


The Non-Profit Norton AFB Museum is now 1 year young (as of March 2014), and continues to seek donations and contributions of past Norton AFB days and of its personnel, military and civilian. Most if not all "Nortonites" have memorabilia collected and saved of their time while at the Base. Not being able to take this "stuff" with you on your next assignment, the Museum would be happy to take your "stuff" stored from under the bed, in the closet or in the rafters and use it to help tell the colorful story of Norton AFB and its history. We encourage you to contact the Museum. We would be happy to talk with you about your "stuff" and its donation to the Museum.


Located within the former yet completely remodeled and renovated NCO Club Building, the Norton AFB Museum has continually been improved and grown into a most noteworthy attraction within the Inland Empire. Our Museum is handicapped accessible and welcomes guests of all ages. The 63rd / 445th Norton Veterans Group Memorial is also located just outside the Museum and it too is ever expanding and improving as those who still serve or have served our military are remembered. There is also a small gift shop located within the Museum.

Site maintained by Brock Scudder. Please contact me (brockscudder at gmail dot com) or the NAFB museum for questions.

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