It is important to make sure that the glass door beverage refrigerator you purchase is properly insulated. While it may seem like a small detail, it is essential to keep your drinks from getting too cold. Keep in mind that the temperature of the drinks inside the refrigerator is directly proportional to the temperature outside. If you keep the drinks warm, they will stay warmer. If you keep them cool, they will stay cooler. Make sure you get a unit that has plenty of insulation if you want to enjoy the best quality beverages for longer periods of time. Source: topfridge.net
Tulare Brass-Era/Pre-War Swap Meet
Greetings Fellow Auto Hobbyist,
The International Agri-Center in Tulare California is hosting a “Swap-O-Rama”.
A large portion of the swap spaces, (in a separate designated area), will be dedicated to Brass-Era and Pre-War items. Many of you were familiar with the Bakersfield Pre-War event, which is no longer going to be held. In order to maintain a Brass-Era/Pre-War event on the west coast, and California specifically, we encourage you to attend this inaugural event at the International Agri-Center. This is simply a fantastic venue and I’m sure you will be pleased with the available amenities. We hope to make this an annual event.(The dates for 2022 have already been determined).
The only way we can have events such as this is with the support from you, both as vendors and buyers. The original 200 spaces designated for the Brass-Era/Pre-War “grid” are already sold out, but the grid is expanding to meet demand. This is very encouraging, but we need your continued support to make this event a success.
Thank you for considering attending this event and I look forward to seeing many of you in Tulare on May 1st. If you have specific questions, I can be reached at (559)967-0112. General questions and inquiries about reserving a vendor space should be directed to the International Agri-Center at (559)688-1030.
Please see attached flyer. Kind Regards, (Click Here)
MTFCA, HCCA, MAFCA, VCCA, EDGE/TA
Come join the Rock-Ford A’s and the Sharon Main Street Association for the Midwest’s largest gathering of Model A’s! This celebration of “Henry’s Lady” traditionally hosts hundreds of Model A’s in every body style and color from at least 4 surrounding states. Free admission for this all-day event which runs from 9 am to 2 pm. Entertainment includes time-era skits, a jazz band, dance performances, and a vintage fashion show. Food choices include a pig roast, ice cream social, “running board lunches”, bake sale, and specialty food vendors. There will be a swap meet, crafters, novelty and antique shops, a 50/50 raffle, and a raffle for a Model A part. Something for everyone! Stop on your way to the MARC National Meet in Oshkosh!
The response to the meet in June is greater than our expectations.
Thus the following venues are full and we do not have any more spots available.
Boat Cruise, Upholstery Seminar, Pig Roast, Fish Fry, Ladies Garden Party.
Future registrations that requested these venues will be issued a refund.
Refunds will be in their registration packets at the registration desk.
Best Western Premier Waterfront Hotel (Host Hotel)
1 N. Main Street
Oshkosh, WI 54901 (920) 230-1900 Hotel is Full
Super 8 by Wyndham
1581 W. South Park Avenue
Oshkosh , WI 54902 (920) 426-2885
Cobblestone Hotel & Suites
1495 W. South Park Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54902 (920) 232-0300
La Quinta Inn
1886 Rath Lane
Oshkosh, WI 54902 (920) 233-8197
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott
1800 S. Koeller Street
Oshkosh, WI 54902 (920) 233-8504
Please check with Oshkosh Map online for location and other hotels in the area
Circle R Campgrounds
1185 Old Knapp Road 920-235 -8909 3 ¼ miles from EAA 6.5 mile s from Host Hotel
Hickory Oaks Campgrounds 555 Glendale Ave. 920-235-8076 6 ½ miles from EAA 4 miles from Host Hotel
Kalbus Country Harbor 5309 Lake Road 920-426-0062
5 Miles from EAA 8.5 miles from Host Hotel
OshVegas Palms Resort 3911 S. Washburn St. 920-230-2267 3 miles from EAA 6 mile s from Host Hotel
Sleepy Hollow Farm 1679 W. Waukau Ave. 920-438-6531
0.1 miles from EAA 3.5 mile s from Host Hotel
Note: No camping available at EAA grounds
The Festival features vintage tractors and pre-WWII cars, a children’s petting farm, craftspeople, blacksmithing demonstrations, antique sawmill demonstrations, and food.
COME AND BRING YOUR CAR OR TRACTOR
All makes and models welcome.
Old Car Show: Pre-World War II cars and trucks. Bring your car one or both days-FREE Entry
Old Tractor Show: All pre-1985 tractors welcome
Bring your tractor one or both days- FREE Entry
All makes and models welcome
- Tour Historic Buildings
- Take a horse drawn wagon ride
- Experience hands-on activities, games and demonstrations
- Food Available