Below is a list of upcoming tours, meets, and shows our region is hosting during 2016. 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!
On a Saturday, and in a new location! Please wear a hat. Anything old, silly, homemade or even borrowed to brighten up January. It is also requested that everyone bring a nice door prize for the raffle.
Homemade ice-cream sundaes with all the toppings will be served as always. The event begins at 1:00 p.m. Deadline to sign-up is January 9th. Cost is a modest $5.00 per person to help cover expenses. Cut-out response sheet can be found in the November-December issue of The Gas Buggy Gazette.
DIRECTIONS: McLand Road is just north of Mt. Holly Springs off Route 34. Look for the M&T Bank on Route 34. The church is just behind the bank.
Good food! Entertainment! Car-fan fellowship! Held again at the Mechanicsburg Club, 333 Heinz Street.
The evening will begin with a social time (and cash bar) at 5:30 p.m. followed by a buffet dinner at 6:00, consisting of carved sirloin and chicken marsala, with vegetables, salad, and dessert.
Dinner will be followed by the installation of officers and a brief update of activities at the national AACA level.
The evening will be capped by a performance by the Rebel Heart Irish Dancers which, it is anticipated, could be very well worth the price of admission alone! If that turns out to be the case, you are then getting your delicious meal free! Come and see for yourself.
The cost is $27.00 per adult. Inquire for a children’s price.
Cut-out response sheet can be found in the November-December issue of The Gas Buggy Gazette.
*Description taken from the Nov.-Dec. 2015 Gas Buggy Gazette.
8th — Board Meeting — At EMMR in York Springs, PA at 6:00 p.m. All are welcome to attend.
13th — Covered Dish Dinner — East Berlin, PA at 1:00 p.m. Please bring a covered dish and small door prize. Club sponsored door prizes will also be given away during BINGO. Deadline for sign-up is March 9. Contact Ron or Valerie Green (717) 443-3903. For more info. see our News Page.
14th — Founder’s Tour Meeting at EMMR — At 6:00 p.m. in York Springs. All are welcome to come and offer their services! For more info. contact Howard King 410-635-6019 or Annette Yost 410-635-2530.
16th — Spring Tour — Mt. Holly Springs, PA. Exercise the antique cars on scenic roads and get out for spring fun! We will be touring parts of Cumberland County and through the orchards of Adams and Franklin Counties. We’ll stop at the Lincoln Highway roadside attraction “Mr. Ed’s Elephant Museum,” with his collection of elephant items and homemade fudge and candy. Caledonia State Park will be a rest stop, and then on to a country church for a homemade buffet.
The dinner is $16.00 per person. (Inquire for children’s prices) Registration deadline is March 31. Information: contact Millie Skelly (717) 697-3069.
Starting Point: Gather beginning at 8:30 a.m. at American Legion Post #674 (601 W. Pine Street, Mount Holly Springs) for doughnuts, coffee, and conversation. The tour will leave at 9:30 a.m.
21st — Ladies Day— 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the Gettysburg Outlets. Door prizes and goody bags with coupons will be available. It’s also a great opportunity to show off those antique cars! Contact Annette Yost (410) 635-2530.
11 – Gettysburg Region Annual Car and Truck Show at Latimore Valley — Featuring all station wagons! To volunteer, call Pat Sheely at 717-766-3151.
10 – Annual Picnic at Codorus State Park — Contact Ron Green (717) 737- 3879. Details coming soon.
20 – Summer Tour— We will be meeting at the American Legion Post 262 at 142 Fourth Street in Biglerville for coffee and donuts at 8:15 a.m.. We will depart from there at 9 a.m.. We will then take a leisurely drive through some beautiful farm country and parklands. We will be going to Renfrew Park in Waynesboro. There, we will take a tour of the 18th century farm house and spend time walking the rest of the grounds that include a grist mill, summer kitchen and much more! Afterwards we will be feasting at the Keystone Restaurant.
As always, we want to see new faces and old friends on our tour. And please drag out the antique cars; that’s what we do and it’s what gets other people excited about our hobby. If you don’t have a road worthy car yet, that’s OK too. We want everyone to come join in the fun.
Directions to starting point: Coming off Route 15, travel west on Rt. 234, 5.2 miles into Biglerville. At the light turn left on Main St..
At the next light turn left on East Hanover Rd. (Rt.394). Follow for 0.3 mi. and American Legion Post will be on your left.
The day will cost $23.50 per person. This includes coffee and donuts, the museum admission and all you can eat lunch buffet. Any questions call Annette Yost (410)635-2530 Deadline is August 14.
13 – 14— The Fall tour this year will be an overnighter.
It takes place in the Bedford area and starts on Thursday October 13th. It is limited to thirty cars. We need your registration IN OUR HANDS by September 15th. We blocked thirty rooms at the Quality Inn in Bedford at $105.00 including all taxes and breakfast on Friday morning. Additional charge of $10.00 would apply for each person over two per room. YOUR ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN RESERVATIONS. These must be made prior to September 30th. All meals are paid “on your own”. A list of restaurants will be available.
Travel will be on the turnpike and PA 30. We ran the turnpike at sixty mph and no one ran over us. There are hills on Route 30 so have your vehicle in road-worthy condition.
Sights for enjoyment will include museums, shopping (wonderful candy/popcorn to antiques), road trip with various points of interest, and keep your finders crossed, a private car collection (the owner rarely shares his collection…and we have not received a NO…we are hoping for a YES). Walking will be required and some places the “buddy system” might be required when traveling by car because of limited parking.
This is a beautiful area, especially during this season. Even the scenery along the turnpike is awesome. The cost to register will be minimal, as lodging and meals are not an “up-front” cost. Further details will be in the July/August newsletter. Mark your calendar now.
6 – Nominations Dinner — details coming soon
3 – Christmas Dinner — details coming soon