A National Historic Landmark, the Gary
Aquatorium was rescued from demolition by the Chanute Aquatorium
Society in 1991. The building honors Octave Chanute, the grandfather
of flight, and the Tuskegee Airmen, the pioneers who spearheaded
the integration of the armed forces.
Be a part of history by holding your event in the new Tuskegee
Wing with its secret garden, or in the spacious upstairs open-air
gallery. All rental proceeds are used to maintain the facility.
The Chanute Aquatorium Society is a not-for-profit corporation
dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the Gary Aquatorium.
Contact us at 607 S. Lake St. Gary, IN 46403, (219) 938-1986.or
You do not want to miss this event! Meet us August 18, 2018 at Gary's historic bathhouse. You will learn how and why President Harry Truman made a great difference in the life of all Americans. See you at our Summer Bash. Bring your friends and neighbors and be prepared to learn, dine & dance.
We are looking for Board Members!
There is an application for those interested
Here is the link to the Form
|Chanute Glider Installation 8-16-2014
Aquatorium Society Newsletter Winter 2018
Aquatorium Society Newsletter Summer 2017
Aquatorium Society Newsletter Spring 2017
Aquatorium Society Newsletter Summer 2016
Aquatorium Society Newsletter Spring 2016
Chanute Aquatorium Society Newsletter Winter 2015
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