This event is has been a hit the last two times we’ve done it. Last year we had 26 minis and about 45 people. We had peeps from the 4 or 5 local clubs join us (ft. wayne, west Michigan, Michigan, Detroit mini, etc.) I will get the word out to those groups in the coming weeks to get them interested
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It’s anticipated the morning meet point be Fallen Timbers again say 10:30?
Let’s take a trip to the huge flea market and see what we can find. We might need to have someone drive a U-haul for us to get our stuff home…lol. It’s a good chance we might have a meal with some of the Indiana clubs, as well. This will be an over night event. So, we’ll need to start lining up accomodations. More on this as we get closer.
Our launch time and place will be decided on as we get closer. So, stay tuned or come to meetings for more info.
Note from: Kristina Marie DeVries
I love Shipshewana! Go a few times a year. The flea market is only open on Tuesday and Wednesday’s tho. There are a bunch of shops there, and an amazing restaurant tho that’s open all the time.
Once again, let’s do the O.W.E. King Wamba Parade & Festival. This might be our 7th year doing the parade. I’ve lost count. Decorate your mini in summer/beach/pool/
We have been invited to Brian & Paul’s house in the old west end after the parade. They will be making a number of different pies for us to choose from.
Let’s do the Ice Cream thing again for our June Dinner meeting. They have a small menu of “picnic type” food there–hot dogs & walking tacos, etc.–besides the ice cream. But if you eat first, then you’ll be ready for a huge Sundae!
All ice cream orders will be complementary of the Club–paid for by club funds.
Although not a NOMO event, many of our members are planning on attending this national Mini USA event. See more information on the website https://www.minitakesthestates.com/
The MINI community is reuniting from July 18 to 26 to drive thrilling roads that will take you through ten states of the USA. Together, we’ll zig and zag parts of the country MTTS has barely touched in our 14 year history. In the meantime, check out the daily drives and book your hotel rooms.
Let’s drive out to Port Clinton / Catawba Island and enjoy an afternoon of reminiscing with fellow mini owners & british-invasion-music lovers. The show starts about 2pm & lasts until 5pm. since the food service is very sketchy, everyone liked my idea of “tailgating” in the parking lot, prior to going in. Everyone can bring a ‘picnic lunch’ item for themselves. We’ll eat and admire our amazing autos, then go in to enjoy an afternoon of British Music.
We might go out after, if the group is interested to a nearby establishment.
We will “launch” from our usual spot in Perrysburg/Rossford at the Home Depot lot on Rt. 20, about 1.5 miles east of I-75.