• Dayton's National Park

    Dayton Aviation Heritage

    National Historical Park Ohio

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For Kids

Rangers are your friend.

NATURE QUEST 2014!
Nature Quest is over for the season,
but check back next spring for more about our fun kids program.

 
WILBEAR--cartoon-green-backgrnd-with-flat-rangers--WEBSIZE--08-02-2012

Hey Kids!

Calling all Flat Stanleys!

Wilbear Wright WANTS YOU to visit Dayton's National Park.

Are you looking for a great destination to send your Flat Stanley? Then look no further than Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park. We're the national park that tells the stories about two brothers that invented the airplane and a young African American poet who went from an elevator operator to international stardom.

By sending Flat Stanley to Dayton's National Park you'll be guaranteed your little friend will get the red-carpet treatment as he explores our park and Dayton.

It's ALL FREE so send your Flat Stanley to Dayton's National Park today.

Simply send Flat Stanley with your name and address to:

Wilbear's Friends
Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park
16 South Williams Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402


In cooperation with the Flat Stanley Project, www.flatstanley.com

 

Looking for your own FLAT RANGER?

Click here for Flat Wilbear.

Click here for Flat Ranger (boys).

Click here for Flat Ranger (girls).

Click here for Flat Wilbur Wright

Click here for a Flat Orville Wright

Click here for a Flat Paul Laurence Dunbar (NEW)

Click here for a Flat Katherine Wright (NEW)

 
FLAT STAN and WILBEAR Bike shop org 12 07 2011

Flatster and Wilbear gettng ready to make a bicycle in the Wright brothers' cycle shop.

Flatster, from Blue Springs Elementary School in Athens, Alabama shares a photo op with Wilbear in the Wright Cycle Company building.

Wilbear and Flatster are visiting a lot of places in Dayton, Ohio.

Did You Know?

Paul Laurence Dunbar House

The Dunbar House in Dayton, Ohio, was purchased by Paul for his mother in 1903. On July 23, 1936, the Dunbar House became the first state memorial to honor an African American.