15 Wing Fellowship

Highway to Heroes Car Show and Concert

The first show was held in 2014, with growth and interest recorded, sometimes despite unfavourable weather conditions.

The 2018 show featured more than 535 vehicles of interest, static military-related displays,
a performance by the Snowbirds 431 Demonstration Squadron and attendance of 8,200 spectators.

The shows are held at 15 Wing, on the ramp, with support from the Commanding Officer, Wing Chief and other military personnel.

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Photo courtesy of the Moose Jaw Fire Department.

The next show will be July 5, 2020.
Mark your calendars and watch for the exciting details coming soon.
Our vision will be 20/20!

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Musical Swing Concerts

The concerts began in 2014 as another way to introduce 15 Wing personnel to the community through musical performances.

Concerts are held at Timothy Eaton Gardens and feature entertainment from 15 Wing and the community.

These concerts have been very successful and in the past two years have featured ensembles of the RCAF Band from Winnipeg.


Saskatchewan Air Show Cabaret

Join us for an evening of amazing music from the RCAF bands, Jet Stream and Spitfire Kings.
When: Saturday, July 6 at the Convention Centre on the Moose Jaw Exhibition Grounds.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and entertainment begins at 9 p.m.

Advance tickets now available through Ticket Rocket.
Coming soon: Tickets will also be available through local businesses.


Lois Boyle Award
This award is presented annually in memory of Lois Boyle who worked as administrative assistant to former Wing Commander Col. O.B. Philp and is known as the Mother of the Snowbirds.

The award is given to a person from 15 Wing or the community of Moose Jaw who dedicates considerable time to enhancing the relationships between the community and 15 Wing.

Past winners have included Doug and Cathy Marr, Char Spanjer, Ross Harbottle, Jacqueline Lawson and Major Kevin Tipper.

This year’s winners will be announced in May.

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Lois Boyle Award presented to Major Kevin Tipper, centre, by Col. Denis O’Reilly, left, and Fellowship Chairman Aaron Ruston, right.