Greenville Fly-in 

Seaplanes were landing in Greenville all weekend for the annual Seaplane Fly-in.The festivities kicked off Thursday night.On Saturday, a full slate of events were on tap, from take off and landing competitions, a bush pilot canoe race, and even a grapefruit bomb drop.This is the 36th year for the event.Folks from around the world travel to Greenville to take part. We’re told this is the largest and longest running event of it’s kind. “It’s grown from an event where just a few airplanes come in here on a Friday to a pretty big event where people start arriving on Wednesday and they have been as many as, in a good year with good weather, 420 airplanes at the airport at one time,” Said John Pepin, a member of the Flying Committee.The seaplane fly-in wrapped up Sunday afternoon with the final competitions.