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
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
RAIN OR SHINE
The Standish Historic Depot & Welcome Center invites all Model A’s & T’s to its 10th Annual Car Show open to ALL original/restored cars and trucks 1931 and older. Speedsters must have their original style engine and chassis.
Awards to top 50 – Best of Show Model T Car – Best of Show Model T Truck – Best of Show Model A Car – Best of Show Model A Truck – Best of Show Non-Ford – Best of Show Speedster.
Lunch and Ice Cream Social will be provided FREE to all pre-registered vehicles (limit 2 per vehicle).
Era Dress encouraged.
Pre-registrations received on or before July 3th …………..$5.00
Registrations received after July 3th and day of show…..,.$10.00
Welcome to the Heart of the Hills Michigan Roundup for 2021!
Due to the corona virus and our governor’s orders, we were required to cancel the 2020 Michigan Roundup. We are excited to notify you that we have rescheduled the 2020-2021 Michigan Roundup for August 12, 13, and 14, 2021 and we are looking forward to seeing you there!
We are enclosing the new registration form with the details for the 2021 dates. Also enclosed is a form for the swap meet that is planned for the 13th and 14th• We are offering one chance for someone who registers early to win $100 in gift certificates. This is only being offered to registrants outside the Oakleaf chapter. So get your registration in early and don’t forget to book your room at one of the hotels.
Jim Zellen, chairman
Are you ready to get back to Model A Normal? Would you like be part of a “Blast from The Past”? If so, we would like all Model A owners and enthusiasts to join us for two fun days of reliving the 20’s and 30’s.
Friday afternoon begins with a walking tour, followed by a complementary welcome reception with Amana hors d’ oeuvres.
Saturday’s highlights include a large display of driven-in Model A’s, a morning Ladies’ Tea, and a Tech Session.
All activities are free.
Information, updates, registration, shirt purchase and contacts can be viewed at www.hawkamodelaclub.org.
St. Joseph, Illinois. – Celebrating the Model A and T sponsored by Prairie A’s Antique Ford Club of Champaign/Urbana. Interstate I-74, Exit 192 – 10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. An open invitation to mix with other Ford enthusiasts. Whether your antique Ford is original or restored, shiny or rusty, no matter its condition, please bring it for others to see and enjoy. Family fun, car talk and car games. Restaurants nearby and lodging available.
Saturday, September 11th, with a local rain date of 9/12. Put on an event, keeping Social Distances, like a tour & picnic.
This day is simply a formal opportunity for Model “A” Ford owners and Clubs around the world to all go out for a drive or event on that same day and submit photos to me for submission to the National Magazines. Hopefully, the photos will show UNIQUE backgrounds to your locale.
Email JPEG photos to email@example.com
EMBROIDERED 3.5” IRON-ON PATCHES, as above logo, to commemorate the day are available for $3.00 apiece, minimum order twenty, from Bruce Adams, Founder, International Model “A” Ford Day. All profits will be donated to The National Club’s MODEL A YOUTH Scholarship and Restoration programs.
Checks to Bruce Adams, PO Box 45, Northport, NY 11768 includes shipping and handling.
Hoping to see you and your club participate and enjoy this great day and to submit photos to share with the entire Model “A” Ford community.
Fashion, Food, Seminars, Swap Meet, Hall of Fame Induction
The Model A Museum needs your parts- Model A that is to be sold at the swap meet to raise money to help run the museum and develop new exhibits for displays.
More information is coming about the events.
Sponsored by the Dayton-Buckeye Model A Ford Club. All Makes, Models and Parts Welcome. Hot Breakfast & Lunch Stand.
Sunday Vendor setup from 6am to 8am.
For Swap Meet spaces contact Mike Bogart 175 Marybill Dr., Troy, OH, 45373. PH: 8am to 3pm M-F (937) 335-9353.
10 x 10 spaces $20 each; outside spaces $20 each.
Make check payable to Dayton Buckeye Model A Ford Club. Please provide your name, address, phone number for swap spaces.