Below is a list of upcoming tours, meets, and shows our region is hosting during 2015. As our calendar is constantly changing, this page will be updated accordingly, so please be sure to check back regularly or consult The Gas Buggy Gazette if you’re a member. If you’d like information on previous events, just click the links in blue found underneath the “Recent Posts” category to the right of the screen, or better still visit our News page to read the latest goings on.
8th — Covered Dish Dinner — To be held at the East Berlin Community Center in East Berlin, PA at 1:00 p.m. Please bring a covered dish, maybe a family favorite, to share with your fellow members. If you could also contribute a door prize, it would be greatly appreciated though not required.
This year we are reintroducing “Hobby Time”! Whatever your interest, bring an item or something from your hobby to talk about. It’s been a while since we’ve done this, so even if you presented something in the past, give us an update.
The response sheet for registration is in the Jan./Feb. issue of the newsletter. Deadline to sign-up is March 4th.
For more information, contact Ron or Valerie Green (717) 443-3903 cell or (717) 737-3879 at home 5-8 p.m.
17th-18th — Overnight Spring Tour — We’re reviving our tradition of the 2-day tour! For full details, please visit our Overnight Spring Tour page.
16th — Ladies’ Day – This is a great way to share your antique cars with the public, and this year, as last year, we have a prime location close to the entrance. Best of all, it’s FREE! Shopping and camaraderie will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Outlet Shoppes at Gettysburg. Attendees will receive coupon books and other specials provided by the shops.
Bring a chair. Food is at your leisure at the restaurants and food court. There is also a farmers market on Saturdays with vendors selling local foods and flowers.
DIRECTIONS: Take US Rt. 15 to the Baltimore Pike exit for Rt. 97. Follow Rt. 97 South (away from town) for about 1/4 mile and turn right into the shopping complex. When turning into the outlets, stay to the right and turn right at the top of the hill. Look for signs.
Please cut out the response sheet in the March-April issue of The Gas Buggy Gazette and send it to Annette Yost by May 10th so she knows how many to expect and how many coupon books to get. Or call her at (410) 635-2530.
13th — 40th Annual Gettysburg Region Antique, Classic Auto and Truck Show and Flea Market — At Latimore Valley Fairgrounds. For more details, click here.
19th — Gettysburg Region Picnic — To be held at the attractive Oak Side Park in Biglerville. Take your antique car and relax in a shady grove. Games too!
All antique cars will have a separate convenient parking area to form a “car show” for everyone to enjoy.
Serving will commence at 1:00 p.m. The Region will provide grilled hamburgers, hotdogs, drinks, silverware, and plates. Each member is asked to bring a covered dish or dessert to share — and folding chairs, too. No refrigeration available. Cost is $5 per person (free if under 12 years of age) to offset cost of meat provided by the club. Information: Howard King (410) 635-6019.
Directions to Oak Side Park beginning at the square of Biglerville: Go one block south of the square on Rt. 34 and turn left onto East Hanover Street, which is Rt. 394 East. Travel 0.9 mile and turn right into Oak Side Park. Our pavilion is the last one, all the way at the back. We will post signs.
12th — Summer Tour — Our tour will meet at 9 a.m. We will start our day with coffee and donuts at the American Legion Post in Biglerville. At 9:45, we’ll depart and wind our way through the scenic byways of Pennsylvania and Maryland towards the beautiful and remote Linganore Winecellars, Maryland’s largest estate winery and vineyards. There we will be able to taste test wine, beer, and cider, go on a guided winery tour, and even visit the new brew house. Afterwards, we’ll continue on through Frederick Co. to Taylorsville to enjoy a picnic at the home of Howard & Chris King, and Dan & Annette Yost. Fried chicken, pulled pork, and other delicious goodies will be served. Everyone will have lots of time to talk and kick tires.
Cost for the day is only $17 which includes coffee & donuts and the picnic buffet.
The optional wine tasting must be booked ahead of time at $5 per person. The wines are great and there is a wide variety. If you are not tasting (designated driver?) then the tour is free! Beer and cider tasting is pay-as-you-go in the brew house.
Directions to starting point: Coming off Route 15, travel west on Route 234, 5.2 miles into Biglerville. At the light, turn left onto Main Street. At the next light, turn left onto East Hanover Road (Route 394). Follow for 0.3 miles. The American Legion Post will be on your left.
For information, call Annette Yost (410) 635-2530. Deadline is September 2nd.