BOYNTON BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We love it. Absolutely love it. Boynton Beach is offering a class for the safe and effective use of drones in Boynton Beach’s airspace. And the class is just $5.
Here is the official announcement:
The City of Boynton Beach Recreation and Parks Department’s Art Center, 125 SE 2nd Avenue, is offering a new educational program about the safe and legal use of aerial drones. Each class will include information on aerial photography, how to safely charge and use the batteries or fuel, airspace rules and regulations, and other safety tips. This course is an excellent primer on the expectations of owning a drone for ages 14 and up.
Flight Time is offered from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. on October 17. The fee per class is only $5 per person.
On-line registration is available at www.boynton-beach.org. In person registration is located at Intracoastal Park Clubhouse or you can pay on the date of the class you wish to take. You must call in advance to reserve a space if you plan to pay the day of the class.
For information, please call (561) 742-6221 or follow us on Facebook (boyntonbeachrecandparks) and Twitter (@boyntonbeachrec).
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