Ever wanted to fly off into the wild blue yonder?
Well, you might get your chance now through October 12 at the Lebanon Municipal Airport and Waldo Wright's Flying Service visits.
You can try a hands-on flight of a 1942 Boeing Stearman, and no -- you don't have to be a pilot.
The Stearman served as the military training aircraft for the majority of pilots who flew in World War II.
For those interested in just riding along, there is a 1929 New Standard on hand, an open cockpit aircraft that can carry up to four passengers. Activities start Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m.
For more information, call the airport at (615) 444-0031.