Saturday, May 16 – Meeting and Tour at Basin Harbor Club

Sign up now for the Saturday, May 16 Annual Meeting and Tour at the wonderful Basin Harbor Resort!

 

bhThe Green Mountain Porsche Club spring members meeting is set to go – make plans now!
Sign up for the lunch and Tour through Motorsportreg.com  and book your room directly with Basin Harbor (see below) if you are staying overnight.

 


The day:

10 a.m: Meet in the main lodge for annual meeting. President and board members report on the state of the club.

12 noon Lunch in the lodge.

After lunch: Tour in the beautiful Champlain Valley.

Apres Tour: Beer, chips and dip and other post-tour treats and great conversation.
Please sign up for the lunch and tour by clicking this link The GMT fee is $32.00 per person for the lunch and tour — same as last year, no increase!

To book a room at Basin Harbor Resort (in the lodge or one of the cottages), call (802) 475-2311 and be sure to tell them you’re with the GMT PCA club.

 

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Future Events for 2015

June: TBD Looking for tour location and restaurant.

July: 26: (Sunday) Save the date, Carl has a plan.

August: Possible Jay Peak tour, TBD.

September 25 (Saturday): Zone 1 Tour and BBQ, Basin Harbor Resort.  This is being held in connection with Connecticut Valley Regional, which already has booked room at the resort.  It is recommended GMT members book ASAP at Basin Harbor; if suitable rooms are not available there for you, check other nice hotels in the immediate area. Tour is early afternoon time TBA with BBQ around 3 p.m.

October Foliage Tour: TBA

November: Annual winter social hour and dinner, Burlington, date TBA.

Looks like another great year.  Spring IS coming (it says here).  There WILL be a summer.  See you May 16!

 

Bill Root

GMT President

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June 5, 6 & 7 Watkins Glen DE Course 48 Hours

Green Mountain PCA President Bill Root passes along the following reminder about the PCA Zone 1 Watkins Glen 48 Hour Driver’s Education event coming up June 5, 6 and 7

This is our 41st year of this exciting event and is also one of the last weekends available this year to use the entire 3.5 mile course for the track is closing their entire operations in early August for repaving.

A link with complete information will be posted when available.

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June 5-7 Shelburne Museum Classic Auto Festival

CASShelburne Museum Classic Auto Festival
June 5, 6 & 7

Steve Restelli sends along a the following put on by VAE – Vermont Auto Enthusiasts

2015 marks the 62th Anniversary of the Vermont Automobile Enthusiasts. As part of observing this milestone we are renewing our association with the Shelburne Museum by announcing the 12th Shelburne Museum Classic Auto Festival.

The Reunion will take place June 5, 6, 7, 2015 at beautiful Shelburne Museum overlooking Lake Champlain in Shelburne, Vermont.
We are welcoming all vehicles 1990 and earlier to participate in this celebration!

However, Cadillac Owners are invited to bring their cars, regardless of age or condition, for a tribute display honoring Vermont’s Native Son, Henry Leland, founder of the Cadillac Automobile Company in 1902. An award will be given for the oldest Cadillac at the show. Contact Jim Sears

Don’t miss the 1910 Sears Roebuck automobile which will “arrive” at the Shelburne Museum train station in a crete, be assembled on site, started up and driven around, just as it would have happened originally.

All entrants will receive a Dash Plaque and 4 passes to the Festival and the Museum for the 3 days.

All entrants’ cars will be positioned on the Museum grounds according to decade of manufacture, as there will be no vehicle classes or judging.

Awards in several categories will be presented on Sunday.

The venue of the Museum makes this more than just a car show; it is an event for your whole family featuring many hands-on displays throughout the Museum grounds, with its expansive collection of Vermont historical exhibits, buildings and artifacts.

For more information about the Car Corral Contact Ernie or Bill or call (802) 372-6521

 

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