Plane-loving locals took their passion to the states last month.
A WW2 bomber was flown from the Warplane Heritage Museum in Ontario to a Wisconsin conference.
John Phillips with the Nanton Lancaster Society says the group helped out by manning a booth about the aircraft.
"he Lancaser is the centre piece of our museum because it was the major aircraft during bomber command of course in World War Two. It was the heaviest lifter of all the four engine bombers during the war and far out shawn even the venerbale B-17 the Americans used."
Phillips is working on getting Nanton's Lancaster flying - only one of it's four engines are running.
The High River Chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association raised nearly fifteen-hundred dollars to fund the trip.