WEST MILFORD-Aviation enthusiasts can see the original "Connie" cockpit at the Greenwood Lake Airport Oct. 8, as part of the West Milford Autumn Lights Festival. Greenwood Lake Flight Training will open the Connie for flight training, and give away a free lesson. The public is invited to tour the airport and to view a static display of Warbird, experimental, and general aviation airplanes. The Army National Guard will bring their helicopter, and a recruiter will be on hand to answer questions. In addition, The Greenwood Lake Pilots Association, in conjunction with the EAA and airport management, will sponsor a Young Eagle's Day from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Kids between the ages of seven and 17 can go up for a free local flight in a general aviation plane. Parents or guardians must accompany their children to the airport to sign a release for them to fly, but will be asked to watch from the ground. All eligible children will also become part of Young Eagle's program, and will receive certificates and be listed on the national EAA web site. Civil Air Patrol cadets and Explorer Program recruits from the Passaic County Sheriff's Department will assist the pilots in the movement of people and airplanes. Also scheduled at the airport is a motorcycle show sponsored by D & S Cycle, which will award prizes in various categories. DARE, the fire department, and the Passaic County Sheriff's Department will also be present. Parents who wish to participate in the Kid's ID Program should bring their child's birth certificate, as well as ID for themselves. Home Depot will offer a woodcraft project for youngsters 12 to 16. Boy Scout Troop 44 and the Teterboro Airport Museum will be at the airport as well, and Marine Vietnam Veterans will present a weapons display. For more information, call 973-729-9006, or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.