Online Registration for Skydiving Hall
of Fame Celebration Event is NOW OPEN!
Join us September 21 – 23 at Chicagoland Skydiving Center (CSC) in Rochelle, Illinois for the 2017 International Skydiving Hall of Fame Celebration event! This is our annual weekend awareness and fund raising event and is the perfect time to catch up with old friends and make new ones. It has become the go-to event for the skydiving community and way for you to help us make the dream of a Skydiving Museum a reality. For more info about the weekend, click here.
Register Online, click here. OR contact Nancy Kemble, Museum Administrator at email@example.com
or call 540-604-9745
The highlight of the of the weekend is the Skydiving Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony honoring the Class of 2017! CLICK HERE to check out more information about the inductees.
- Richard “Buzz” Bennett
- Roy C. Johnson (posthumous)
- General John “Jack” Singlaub
- Graeme K. Windsor
- Pat Works (posthumous)
Click here to see who is registered. Join the fun!
Our Media Partner, Skydive TV will be on hand to capture the exciting happenings throughout the weekend. See previous Celebration Events filmed by Skydive TV.
You’re Making History Now!
Donate to Keep Our History Alive!
Ready, set, go! With this rousing shout, skydivers from students to large groups have leaped into the air and in some way realized their fascination with human flight. Now it’s ready, set, go for the International Skydiving Museum.
Whether you have 20,000 jumps, one jump or have always dreamed of making a jump, your dream should be to have one place – a building where we can record, maintain, enjoy and revel in our rich skydiving history. This history – OUR HISTORY – of skydiving is slowly slipping away. We have to act now while pioneers are still with us, memories are fresh, the equipment intact and photos and movies are vivid.
Not only do we need to preserve our start but also preserve our living and growing heritage as well – a simple baton pass in 1958 by Steve Snyder and Charlie Hilliard has evolved into complex geometric formations. Back then there was only belly flying. Now many of these formations include vertical sit and head down flying. History is being made everyday with canopy formations, wingsuit skydiving, canopy piloting and hybird formations that are amazing to see and be in. This is your history. We need your support. Are you with us? DONATE NOW!