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BRODIE’S 2019 BBQ & CAR COLLECTION

October 12th was a beautiful Fall day. Once again, it was time for Linda and Don Brodie to have their annual BBQ at their home. There were approximately 50 plus members in attendance with about 23 Astons lining the driveway and adjacent street in front of their home. The back yard was setup beautifully and ready to serve their guests. The food was tastefully prepared and special care was taken on special orders. Nothing was overlooked including my favorite, the hot dogs!! They are the best hot dogs I have had in quite sometime.

After the lunch, the members took a ride to see Don’s private car collection. It is something to see as Don’s collection is awe inspiring. In simple terms each car has been restored to nothing short of perfection.

Thank you Don and Linda for graciously hosting the Aston Martin Club and giving for all attended a wonderful afternoon.

 

 

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ASTON MARTIN RECEPTION & PARTY JANUARY 24th 2020

Aston Martin Reception & Party

Friday, January 24th 2020, 6:00 – 9:00pm, at
VUE Sarasota Bay- Club Room- (valet included)

Food Bites & Open Bar by Lemon Tree Restaurant
Live Music

Talk: “Aston Martins – A Brief History” by
Nick Candee- AMOC Historian

New Model Presentation – by Aston Martin Tampa Bay and Factory representative
$60/person

Reserve with payment by January 12th
click on link  https://amocna.org/?post_type=product&p=4064&preview=true

Paul.saatsoglou@gmail.com      941-993-9438

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KBVY Beverly Regional Airport Beverly, Massachusetts, USA September 14, 2019

So you like the “feeling-of-flying” that driving an Aston gives you?  Then you are going to love the event that our member Matt Beaulieu has planned for us from 10am-2pm on Saturday September 14.  This is your chance to take the controls of a light aircraft (under professional supervision) for a “discovery flight.”  Costs?  You will pick-up your brunch check directly, and the club has subsidized our individual 15-minutes-of-flying down to $40/head for those taking the controls (passengers fly free).  As aviators can be as young as 12 years old, kids are welcome:  think of the bragging rights they will have when back at school next month.  No previous experience is needed, just a thirst for new sensations.  After reading more details below, let me know if I can add you to the list of attendees.

Location

FAA Identifier: BVY
Lat/Long: 42-35-02.9000N 070-54-58.1000W
42-35.048333N 070-54.968333W
42.5841389,-70.9161389
(estimated)
Elevation: 107.3 ft. / 32.7 m (surveyed)
Variation: 16W (1985)
From city: 3 miles NW of BEVERLY, MA
Time zone: UTC -4 (UTC -5 during Standard Time)
Zip code: 01915

It all starts with a get-ready-to-fly brunch at the C.K. Pearl restaurant in Essex MA.  We will exchange our expectations of flying while enjoying CKP’s simple, yet elegant, traditional fare.  The restaurant overlooks the scenic Essex River.  If the weather-gods cooperate, we will sit outside on the deck and bask in the morning’s sunshine and warm breezes.

After our brunch and mimosas, we will drive the twisty and scenic back-roads for 20 minutes, ending-up at Beverly Airport.  Once there, we will park on the apron at the Avier flight school.  Avier was founded by Matt’s brother, Paul, who will be on-hand to look after us.

Two Piper Archer aircraft will be at our disposal:

On each flight, a professional instructor will take one or two AMOC members up, depending on the mix of those wishing to pilot and those wishing to passenger.  The instructor does the landings and take-offs. You get the controls once the plane is level and safe.

The view of Cape Ann from aloft will be spectacular.

While waiting for your flight, you can grab a light refreshment and continue your conversations with other members outside on the patio or in the lounge.  For those desiring diversion, Matt is arranging entertaining video clips to be streaming in the background.

As an optional bonus, if the flying bug really bites you after your discovery flight, additional flying experiences will be available on the day at an added cost (eg. tour of Boston, flying in a larger Cirrus plane).

Come and make some high altitude memories to cap-off your summer.

Malcolm Burwell

North East Representative

Aston Martin Owners Club

Lexington MA

cell:  +1 781 526 5027

Skype:  mcburwell

NE-Representative@AMOCna.org

www.linkedin.com/in/mcburwell

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AMOC Weekend in Victoria BC July 27-28, 2019 : Recap

Report by: Wyman Lee

Just wanted to share a few photos and a video with your region of our successful AMOC event from last month.   We had 100 guests and 29 Aston Martins attending our Saturday event held on a private 5 acre Stonebridge Equestrian Centre estate.    Notable speakers were Steve McEvoy and Richard Seidlitz.

And on Sunday,  our Astons anchored the start of the 20th anniversary Oak Bay Collector Car Festival where 300 cars were on display for the 15,000 spectators.

Short Video Trailer of Stonebridge event.  https://youtu.be/3913BeFSstQ

Wyman Lee

AMOC Canada West

Assistant Rep – Vancouver Island

Email:  wymanlee@telus.net

Cell:     250.744-9597

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In Memory of Joyce Nixon

 

 

Joyce Nixon, beloved wife of deceased husband Chuck, recently passed away peacefully in her sleep on August 16. Both Joyce and Chuck were longtime members of the Aston Martin Owners Club since 1966.  Known for their beautiful Aston Martin DB2/4 Mark III, both Chuck and Joyce were active racers of their Aston Martin.  Joyce volunteered her time as Editor, publisher and distributor of the AMOC East publication for many years. They created and ran the annual Aston Martin East Coast meet in Limerock Ct. for 10 years.  This event has turned into the largest annual Aston Martin car event in the US. A trophy was created recently for the recognition of their dedication while members of the club. It will be presented annually in appreciation of the dedicated member who is invaluable to the success of the club. This years recipient was awarded to Northeast Area Rep Malcolm Burwell.  The video of this presentation can be viewed on the Facebook site of Phil Sudenfield. Joyce was able to listen to this video and was very appreciative of this recognition for her and Chuck. Unfortunately Chuck passed away 2 weeks before the trophy presentation.  She had a amazing talent for growing beautiful indoor plants and outdoor flowers.  She also had a love for animals including her amazing life-like aquariums and colorful finches.  Both she and Chuck loved their cockatiel named Sam who lived for many years. They were both very active members of Phoenix Landing which is a adoption and education center for parrots.  Their pride and joy was their parrot Paulie who gave them many years of happiness.  At night Paulie slept in his beautiful cage (palace) that Chuck had built for him.  Chuck did beautiful finish carpentry as a hobby.  During the day Paulie was outside his cage and followed Joyce and never let her out of his site.  He gave much happiness to Chuck and Joyce for many years.   He is currently being well taken care of at the Phoenix Landing.  Joyce will always be remembered as a gracious and generous friend to all who knew her.  Her wonderful spirit will be sorely missed.

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LIME ROCK CONCOURS RESULTS JUNE 28, 2019

2019 Lime Rock Concours Results

Class 1 DB2 

  • First Place Don Brodie 1955 DB2/4 Mark I
  • Second Place David Jones 1952 DB2 Drophead 91
  • Third Place Matt Degarmo 1958 DB2/4 Mark III 84

Class 2 DB4,5,6

  • First Place      Jim Munsell 1964 DB5
  • Second Place Richard Kravelich 1961 DB4
  • Third Place    Dennis Sheehan DB4 

Class 3 V8, Virage

  •  First Place    Tom Gibb and Robert Lindgren 1984 V8 Vantage Volante
  • Second Place Wil Wong 1991 Virage
  • Third Place    Steven Silberberg 1976 V8 

 Class 4 DB7, Vanquish

  •  First Place      Bob and Sally Stockman 2003 DB AR1   
  • Second Place  Bob and Paula Smalley 2006 Vanquish S   
  • Third Place     Bob Vigdor 2005 Vanquish S           

Class 5 DB9, Rapide 

  • First Place        James Hanrahan 2011 Rapide
  • Second Place   Roland Westerdahl 2006 DB9 Volante   
  • Third Place      Oliver Cromwell 2005 DB9

Class 6A Vantage 2006-2009

  • First Place      Todd Warren 2009 V8 Vantage 
  • Second Place Lee Goldstein 2008 V8 Vantage Volante
  • Third Place    Marina Bernstein 2009 V8 Vantage

Class 6B Vantage 2010+

  • First Place    CJ Gutch 2012 V8 Vantage
  • Second Place Rick and Liam Hopkins 2011 V8 Vantage Roadster
  • Third Place    Pascal Maeter 2016 V8 Vantage GT

Class 8 DB 11, Vanquish, DBS

  • First Place       Steven Gallant 2009 DBS
  • Second Place  Miguel Hernandez 2019 DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer
  • Third Place     Evan Cygler 2019 DB11 Volante 

Class 9 Elite First Place

  • First Place       James Freeman 1960 DB4 GT
  • Second Place  Don Leo Grande and Kathy Gaffney 1991 Virage
  • Third Place     Kevin Hoben 2002 DB7

Photos Courtesy of Linda Brodie: https://photos.app.goo.gl/sHtCoCwjFZhWijsTA

You can add your own photos if you wish to share them.

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Aston Martin Owners Club of North America East

Lime Rock Review June 27 – 29, 2019

LIME ROCK WEEKEND 2019

Written by Bob Mitchell

Don’t misconstrue this as an official, factory-authorized report on the AMOC Annual Lime Rock Weekend. Instead, it’s a subjective, borderline-presumptuous reckoning of one newbie’s experience. If it proves to be mildly entertaining, fine. If it’s provocative enough to get the gentle reader to contribute to this venue, instead of passively reading more of my foolscap, all the better.

This was my third Aston Concours Weekend, my second as an owner. I’m lucky to have sterling friends, who, like Stan Laurel, “got me into this mess,” by allowing me to test-drive their Astons, and, well, you know how that goes. Hooked. I was a non-member guest two years ago, looking to pick your brains and learn about stewardship of these cars. And, save for one person asking, “What’s he doing here ?” I was warmly welcomed, and wholly-tolerated as non-member with a million questions.

Last year’s Meet found me fully-legit, card-carrying and V8 Vantage fully paid-for. The Club had moved from the Interlaken to Troutbrook, but no rooms were available when I signed up. Found a poorly-advertised B & B on a huge hilltop farm, minutes away from the action, hosted by a lovely couple who treated me like a son. I can’t really recommend it, as there’s no a/c, the place has seen better days: it’s an actual working farm. But it’s spotless, quiet, homey, and I was the only guest in a huge tower suite. “Mom” puts out a huge, healthy breakfast, ( well, there are the pastries…) and a hose & bucket are standing at the ready. You can buy far more luxury, but you cannot match the hospitable warmth of those two farmers.

This year’s Weekend began with the “Tour,” which, I’m learning, never really is a rallye, rather, a ramble of wrong roads and random routes. No matter–unless you rely on the pricey, primitive Volvo Nav in your Vantage, whose screen image reminds me of a child’s crude crayon drawing of a road–you will eventually wind up at the destination, “maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon, and for the rest of your life…” ( apologies to Bogie )

I’m an artist, so the Norman Rockwell Museum destination was a special treat. Bespoke parking was pre-arranged for us, and the event was extremely well-managed, with enthusiastic docents, in a lovely setting. Visiting his studio was a thrill. I’m gratified that one of America’s iconic Illustrators is so honored in a first-class museum and repository. A perfect day.

And I cannot say enough about the dinner at Serevan in Amenia, NY. An excellent meal in a lively, convivial setting. I’m currently breathing a bit more life into my AMOC region, and I’d like to plan a destination dinner there. They’re open Thursday to Monday, FYI. Chef Serge Madikians deserves applause. Back to my hilltop eyrie for a rest, to the sounds of coyotes, frogs, and an owl. They all remained outdoors, so I slept well.

Friday dawned bright and clear, and after ano. fine repast, and a wash-up of the Vantage, I motored to the show field. Some say the Interloken lawn was more convivial–I’m too new to opine. Tho’ I saw nary a chair nor shelter that Troutbeck had promised. Hydrate ! Sunblock !

That very same new-ness may explain my sensations at these convocations. And I am quite goggle-eyed, upon seeing all these rare, gorgeous, sculptures “en masse.” I am simply dazzled by all these Astons Martins gathered together. I live in a pretty fancy area of Connecticut, but, still, seeing another of our coven on the road, is rare. And sorta thrilling. To spot a curvaceous, ground-hugging, unadorned, aggressive, unmistakable car, is always scintillating. To be in the presence of a hundred of ’em, concurrent with a “virtual history” of the marque, lined up for our delectation, is an indescribable pleasure. Let’s not even think about trying to describe the sound of these creations ! I cannot imagine growing accustomed to this.

In the “you can’t please everyone” department, I’m noticing an interesting aspect of the Concours judging parameters. As preface, I’m the last person who should critique this. I love all my metal children, but they are all “drivers.” No Trailer Queens for this farm boy. As arbiter of what makes one Aston Martin better than ano., I’m hopeless. They’re all gorgeous ! Tho’ I learned that one owner, who has won a prize at every Concours he’s entered, without exception, has never been recognized, at several Lime Rock weekends. Another pal, who gives his Volante a quick wipe, takes away the Gold, just as often. Maybe other factors are at play, here. It is impossible to please everyone, as stated. That notwithstanding, it is an unalloyed pleasure to view these remarkable cars.

I enjoy the poolside lunch afterwards, and the staff is keen to assure us of good service and a casual, convivial al fresco experience. It is a perfect venue to converse with a range of folks, and I had a great conversation with Malcolm Burwell, who was just awarded a glowing tribute and handsome trophy, in honor of the memory of an equally dedicated contributing founder/member.

It is essential to acknowledge the very special core of selfless volunteers that can assure the success of any Club. I’m glad Malcolm was so recognized.

As for the the Friday night Welcoming Banquet, I never realized a Martini could be so bespoke or refined. The expert barman was as entertaining as informational. A frosty, delicious “learning experience !” As for the meal, the less said the better. Look up the Brit term, “dog’s breakfast.” Thank goodness for the quality & diversity of the attendees. I met fascinating couples, and had a marvelous time.

I’m not a racer; drive like Mr. Magoo on the track, tho’ I’ve enjoyed many indelible experiences on the Lime Rock racetrack, as appreciative, impressed, passenger. Someday I’ll get it together to attend the Saturday track day–maybe next year.

For me, the Lime Rock Weekend is a 3-year Trifecta. I initially attended to learn about the car and it’s stewardship, then joined the Club and enjoyed true participation. To pull this off must be challenging, to say the least. Kathy Gaffney, and whoever assists her, deserves approbation and appreciation. I feel guilty that I can’t name all the worker bees who make this magic happen. Someone should. The cars are indescribable, and the participants are without peer. It’s situated in a beautiful part of the World, an ideal place to get lost on a Tour, and to meet great owners. There are mishaps, but the ambience, venues, enthusiasts, and experiences distill into delight.

Roland Westerdahl photos:  https://photos.app.goo.gl/HE5eiHqrEHzuSY25A The five last pictures in this album are courtesy of “Ed Hyman-Autophotos”

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A Day at Lime Rock presented by Miller Motorcars, Greenwich, Ct.

SCENIC DRIVE FROM MILLER MOTORCARS GREENWICH, CT. TO LIME ROCK PARK SATURDAY MAY 25th .

SATURDAY May 25th Meet at MILLER MOTORCARS located 9342 WEST PUTNAM AVE. GREENWICH, CT or MEET US THERE. 
This is not an AMOC event it is open to all cars and is organized by the Ferrari Club. Departure is at 8:30 AM where we will take a scenic drive from Miller Motorcars to Lime Rock Park for the Pirelli World Challenge Race! Last Years turn out was awesome.
Compliments of Miller Motorcar will be admission and an exclusive LIME ROCK PARK corral parking, box lunches and possible parade laps. There will also be complimentary gifts and technical talks with informative materials from  Pirelli Tire and Hagerty Insurance. This event will sell out fast so please RSVP Mike Odierna amocdb4@gmail.com  This will be a rain or shine event.
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UPDATED EVENT CALENDAR


AMOC NORTH AMERICA EAST
MAY – DECEMBER 2019 EVENTS


 

ONGOING EVENTS..
AMOC Canada East Pub Nights: 2nd Tuesday of Every Month throughout the Year
Time 7:00 PM. Place TBA – Alternate Locations
Contact Canada East AMOC Area Rep: Alek Ackerman AlekAMOC@gmail.com

AMOC Pub Night in Chicago: Starting February 22 through October 26, our continuing 4th Thursday of the month informal meetings at a pub spot near O’Hare for dinner and conversation.
Contact Midwest AMOC Area Rep: Peter Conover at peter.conover@comcast.net

AMOC Pub Night in Waltham, MA: held monthly (usually on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7 PM) at John Brewer’s Tavern, 39 Main St., Waltham, MA 02453 (website www.johnbrewerstavern.com). Over many years this has become a great opportunity for many of us to get together to enjoy convivial conversation and to show off our cars. The restaurant has a large adjacent parking lot and is conveniently located near Route 128 and the Massachusetts Turnpike. All AMOC members and friends are welcome. I always send out a
reminder email, so please feel free to join us. Contact AMOC Area Rep: Malcolm Burwell

AMOC Pub Night in Houston, Texas: held monthly on the 4th Tuesday of every month.
The Red Lion Pub (http://redlionpubhouston.com/)

2316 S Shepherd Dr, Houston, TX 77019
Parking across the street at Splash Car Wash
Contact Bob Manelis for details: bigeasyrider1@att.net

2019 AMOC North America East Events
MAY – DECEMBER EVENTS

MAY
3RD – 5TH South Central Region (Red River) Annual Retreat & TXABCDE Car Show – Dallas, Texas

Our annual retreat takes place from May 3rd-5th, and we will be staying at The Inn on the River in Glen Rose, TX. A scenic drive on Saturday with lunch and dinner. Then on Sunday we head into Dallas for the Texas All British Car Days show.

Contact Red River rep Brian Greenstone brian@amoctexas.org

11th AMOC Visit To The Revs Museum, Naples FL
500 S. Horseshoe Drive Naples, Florida 34104 (map)
AMOC visit to the REVS Institute https://amocna.org/?p=3133
ContactL

11th Cars and Coffee M1 Concourse, Pontiac MI
8am contact: Dr. Norb Kaminski njkamin@aol.com or cell: (313)719-2484

12th Track Day Concourse, MI
Contact: Dr. Norb Kaminski njkamin@aol.com or cell: (313)719-2484

14th AMOC Canada East Pub Nights

Time 7:00 PM. Place TBA – Alternate Locations
Contact Canada East AMOC Area Rep: Alek Ackerman AlekAMOC@gmail.com

18th Ragtops & Roadsters Annual Open House
Perkasie, PA
Contact AMOC PA Area Rep: Len Levin levin2391@verizon.net phone: 610.272.3812

19th Spring road-rally, NH
10am-5pm – starting in Hancock NH and ending at the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish NH. Following our visit to this peaceful, historic site, we’ll find our way across the covered bridge to the nearby Artisans Village in Windsor VT http://www.artisanspark.net//, where we’ll have lunch at the Harpoon Riverbend Taps & Beer Garden https://www.harpoonbrewery.com/breweries/windsor
Contact AMOC Area Rep: Malcolm Burwell at ne-representative@amocna.org

22 AMOC Pub Night in Waltham, MA.
John Brewer’s Tavern, 39 Main St., Waltham, MA 02453 (website www.johnbrewerstavern.com).
Contact FL Area Rep Paul Saatsoglou florida-rep-2@amocna.org
Contact AMOC Area Rep: Malcolm Burwell at ne-representative@amocna.org

23rd AMOC Chicago Monthly Pub Night.
Contact Area Rep: Peter Conover peter.conover@comcast.net for locations

28th AMOC HOUSTON PUB NIGHT, Houston TX
The Red Lion Pub (http://redlionpubhouston.com/)

2316 S Shepherd Dr, Houston, TX 77019
Parking across the street at Splash Car Wash
Contact Bob Manelis for details: bigeasyrider1@att.net
For more information: https://amocna.org/2019/02/amoc-pub-night-in-houston-texas/

31st Spring Track Day @ Summit Point Motor Sports, WV
201 Motorsports Park Cir, Summit Point, WV 25446, USA (map)
contact: Jon Metcalf jonathanmetcalfe44@gmail.com

JUNE
1st THE CARS AND MOTORCYCLES of England
Relocated to Hope Lodge in Fort Washington.
Field opens at 8:30am – Judging begins at 10:00am.
This years event is hosted by the Delaware Valley Jaguar Club Delaware Valley Triumphs Ltd. In the past few years AMOC members have shown a strong presence at this show.
Contact Area Rep: Len Levin levin2391@verizon.net phone: 610.272.3812
Contact Area Rep: Wil Wong wwongdesign@earthlink.net
http://www.historichopelodge.org/ales-petals-car-show/

4th & 5th Track days Gingerman Raceway, MI
Contact: Dr. Norb Kaminski njkamin@aol.com or cell: (313) 719-2484

8th Cars and Coffee, M1 Concourse, MI
Contact AMOC Area Rep: Dr. Norb Kaminski
Preferred Contact method is Mobile 313.719.2484 njkamin@aol.com

11th AMOC Canada East Pub Night:
Time 7:00 PM. Place TBA – Alternate Locations
Contact Canada East AMOC Area Rep: Alek Ackerman AlekAMOC@gmail.com

27th AMOC Chicago Pub Night.
Contact Area Rep: Peter Conover peter.conover@comcast.net for locations

June 27 to June 29 AMOC East Annual Lime Rock Weekend Meet
Troutbeck Inn, Amenia, NY
The AMOC East premier event. A multi-day event including a Concours Racing at Lime Rock Race Track, Gourmet Dinners, and destination Road Tour to the Norman Rockwell Museum .
Contact for Social: Kathy Gaffney memberships+events@amocna.org
Contact for Track: Bob Epstein epsteinrm@gmail.com

June 30th to July 5 AMOC Colorodo Rockies Road Trip
Members from all over the US will meet in Colorado Springs on June 30th, and we will spend the next several days driving through the scenic Rocky Mountains. For 4th of July we will be staying at the historic Stanley Hotel in Estes Park.

Contact Brian Greenstone brian@amoctexas.org

JULY
7th Mad Dogs and Englishmen (British car day) Gilmore Museum Hickory Corners, MI
contact: Dr. Norb Kaminski njkamin@aol.com or cell: (313)719-2484
9th AMOC Canada Pub Night
contact Alekamoc@gmail.com for locations

20th Outdoor BBQ AND Drive-in movie -“Canonball Run” (1981 trailer here),. Both will take place in southern NH
Contact AMOC Area Rep: Malcolm Burwell at ne-representative@amocna.org
23rd AMOC HOUSTON PUB NIGHT
he Red Lion Pub (http://redlionpubhouston.com/)

2316 S Shepherd Dr, Houston, TX 77019
Parking across the street at Splash Car Wash
Contact Bob Manelis for details: bigeasyrider1@att.net

24th AMOC Pub Night in Waltham, MA
John Brewer’s Tavern, 39 Main St., Waltham, MA 02453
Contact New England Rep Malcolm Burwell ne-representative@amocna.org

25th AMOC Chicago Pub Night
a pub spot near O’Hare for dinner and conversation. Contact Midwest AMOC Area Rep: Peter Conover at peter.conover@comcast.net

AUGUST
11th Historic Cars & Boats tour around Wolfboro NH.
11am-4pm – We start with a visit to member Doug Magee’s workshop and home where we will be introduced to his stable of classic cars. That will be followed by a dogs-and-burgers cookout. Finally, we will move to a private guided tour of the New Hampshire Boat Museum
Contact NE AMOC Area Rep: Malcolm Burwell

ne-representative@amocna.org

13th AMOC Canada Pub Night
Alternate locations
contact Alekamoc@gmail.com for locations

16th Woodward Dream Cruise, MI
contact: Dr. Norb Kaminski njkamin@aol.com or cell: (313)719-2484

22nd AMOC Chicago Monthly Pub Night.
Contact Area Rep: Peter Conover peter.conover@comcast.net for locations

AMOC HOUSTON PUB NIGHT, Houston TX
The Red Lion Pub (http://redlionpubhouston.com/)

2316 S Shepherd Dr, Houston, TX 77019
Parking across the street at Splash Car Wash
Contact Bob Manelis for details: bigeasyrider1@att.net
For more information:
https://amocna.org/2019/02/amoc-pub-night-in-houston-texas/

27th AMOC Pub Night in Waltham, MA.
John Brewer’s Tavern, 39 Main St., Waltham, MA 02453 (website www.johnbrewerstavern.com).
Contact AMOC Area Rep: Malcolm Burwell at ne-representative@amocna.org

SEPTEMBER
10th AMOC Canada Pub Night
Alternate locations
contact Alekamoc@gmail.com for locations

24 AMOC HOUSTON PUB NIGHT
he Red Lion Pub (http://redlionpubhouston.com/)

2316 S Shepherd Dr, Houston, TX 77019
Parking across the street at Splash Car Wash
Contact Bob Manelis for details: bigeasyrider1@att.net

25 AMOC Pub Night in Waltham, MA
John Brewer’s Tavern, 39 Main St., Waltham, MA 02453
Contact New England Rep Malcolm Burwell ne-representative@amocna.org

26 AMOC Chicago Monthly Pub Night.
Contact Area Rep: Peter Conover peter.conover@comcast.net for locations

OCTOBER
8th AMOC Canada Pub Night
Alternate locations
contact Alekamoc@gmail.com for locations
12th Woodward Dream Cruise, MI
Contact: Dr. Norb Kaminski njkamin@aol.com or cell: (313)719-2484

12th Fall Foliage Drive , MI
contact: Dr. Norb Kaminski njkamin@aol.com or cell: (313)719-2484

13th Drive & Monadnock Art Tour in Dublin NH
10am-5.30pm – A joint drive with the British Car Club of New Hampshire around the annual (description of last year’s Art Tour is here). After some incidental leaf-peeping on our way to New Hampshire, we will stop at a carefully-chosen set of five of the 50 artists’ studios in the Dublin Art Colony. Then it is on to the local home of members Bill and Marilynn Ezell for a slap-up BBQ and British car chit-chat with the BCCNH members
Contact AMOC Area Rep: Malcolm Burwell at ne-representative@amocna.org

22nd AMOC HOUSTON PUB NIGHT
he Red Lion Pub http://redlionpubhouston.com
2316 S Shepherd Dr, Houston, TX 77019
Parking across the street at Splash Car Wash
Contact Bob Manelis for details: bigeasyrider1@att.net

23rd AMOC Pub Night in Waltham, MA
John Brewer’s Tavern, 39 Main St., Waltham, MA 02453
Contact New England Rep Malcolm Burwell ne-representative@amocna.org

24th AMOC Chicago Monthly Pub Night.
Contact Area Rep: Peter Conover peter.conover@comcast.net for locations

NOVEMBER 6th OR 7th
“British Cars and Snooker Evening” at Gore Place https://goreplace.org/history/ in Waltham, MA
Fri or Sat November 8 or 9 6-9pm – Invitation-only – a stately home that, in the early 1900’s, was owned by Charles Metz and acted as a car dealership for Metz Automobiles. Refreshments for the evening will, in part, be provided by GrandTen Distilling http://grandten.com/about/, the local craft distillery
Contact AMOC Area Rep: Malcolm Burwell at ne-representative@amocna.org

12th AMOC Canada Pub Night
Alternate locations
contact Alekamoc@gmail.com for locations

26th AMOC HOUSTON PUB NIGHT
he Red Lion Pub (http://redlionpubhouston.com/)

2316 S Shepherd Dr, Houston, TX 77019
Parking across the street at Splash Car Wash
Contact Bob Manelis for details: bigeasyrider1@att.net

27th AMOC Pub Night in Waltham, MA
John Brewer’s Tavern, 39 Main St., Waltham, MA 02453
Contact New England Rep Malcolm Burwell ne-representative@amocna.org

DECEMBER

4th Annual AMOC New England Winter Party

7-10pm – Our annual AMOC New England Winter Party at the Uruguayan restaurant, La Bodega, in Watertown MA. We have booked their converted Amtrak Dining Car for the evening. Think AMOC on steel wheels. Members dined there before our 2018 showing of Goldfinger and pronounced it superb; their lobbying for it as our winter dinner venue paid off
Contact AMOC Area Rep: Malcolm Burwell ne-representative@amocna.org
6th

AMOC East Annual Christmas Luncheon, New York City
Join the AMOC NA East for the Annual Holiday Lunch in New York City. Venue to be announced
Cocktails at Noon, Luncheon at 12:30pm
Contact: Kathy Gaffney Membership+Events@amocna.org
10th AMOC Canada Pub Night
Alternate locations
contact Alekamoc@gmail.com for locations

24th AMOC HOUSTON PUB NIGHT
he Red Lion Pub (http://redlionpubhouston.com/)

2316 S Shepherd Dr, Houston, TX 77019
Parking across the street at Splash Car Wash
Contact Bob Manelis for details: bigeasyrider1@att.net

25th AMOC Pub Night in Waltham, MA
John Brewer’s Tavern, 39 Main St., Waltham, MA 02453
Contact New England Rep Malcolm Burwell ne-representative@amocna.org

 

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Greenwich Concours d’Elegance | May 31st – June 2nd, 2019

 Greenwich Concours! Recognized as one of the premier concours in the country and the largest in the Northeast, Greenwich is unique in that it is two concours back to back. Saturday is the Concours Americana for American cars and motorcycles, while Sunday is the Concours International for imported marques.

2019 will feature special classes of  Zagato, Bentley, Arnolt, Super Cars & Orphan Marques (limited production marques that no longer exist).

For the concours weekend, we will have a waterfront display of cars bodied by the Italian coachbuilder Zagato in honor of their 100th Anniversary. Also on both days, we will feature the hybrid cars of “Wacky” Arnolt and Orphan Motorcycle Marques.

AMOC MEMBERS ONLY : There will be a club dinner that weekend on June 1, 2019. For Further information please contact area rep Andy Williams at willpubs@aol.com