Title: Keels or Wheels Gathering
Event Contacts: Ed & Jennifer Scheiber
Website: http:// acbs-adc.org/calendar/
This is an early evening gathering by boat or car at a local restaurant to share conversation, food and drinks.
Title: 26th Annual Minocqua Antique Wooden & Classic Boat Show
Friday, June 22nd & Saturday, June 23rd
Hosted by: The Boathouse on Lake Minocqua
Benefiting the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Wisconsin & the past contribution of Captain Gordon Moore
For more information contact: Al Hanley 715-453-4511 or firstname.lastname@example.org
June 22, 23, &24, 2018
33rd annual “Where it All Began” Boat Show at the Algonac Harbour Club (original Chris Craft plant). Public show on Saturday. On the water events on Friday and Sunday.
Registration forms available in Spring 2018 at michacbs.com.
Contact Carl Garmhaus at email@example.com or Greg Lewandowski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Title: Lake Hopatcong Chapter Antique & Classic Boat Society
June 23-24, 2018: 44th Annual Lake Hopatcong Chapter Antique & Classic Boat Show. This will be a judged show.
Location: Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club, Mt. Arlington, NJ.
The Allegheny Chapter’s 22nd Annual Show is at the Ice House Park, Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania. Ice House Park is on Water Street in the town of Conneaut Lake.
If you don’t know, Conneaut Lake is located in Northwestern PA about 6 miles from Interstate 79 on US 322.
We are featuring outboards this year but all classics are welcome. The show is June 22, 23,24 with the main day of the show being Saturday, June 23rd.
Any more questions feel free to call or text Frank Miklos at 412 974-1589.
Marking the unofficial beginning of summer on beautiful Whitefish Lake, the Big Sky Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society (ACBS) is sponsoring the seventh annual Whitefish Woody Weekend, hosted by the Lodge at Whitefish Lake. Whitefish Woody Weekend VII will begin on Friday evening June 22th with a cruise/parade around Whitefish Lake. Over thirty classic boats will be on public display at the Lodge at Whitefish Lake from 9AM until 6PM on Saturday, June 23th. Sunday morning, June 24th will feature a poker run with the wood boats out on the lake followed by a BBQ at the Lodge for event participants.
The event is fun for all ages. If you have a classic boat, register early and join us for a fun filled weekend using and showing your boat. If you don’t have a classic boat there is still fun to be had. Join us on the lake or on the beaches, decks and docks around the lake for the Friday evening cruise or Saturday at the Whitefish Lake Lodge marina to enjoy the boats up close and met the owners of these fine representatives of the art and craftsmanship of the past.
Admission is free to the public. Cost to enter a boat in the event is only $70 which includes all event activities and the BBQ lunch.
The Lodge at Whitefish Lake, the only Four Diamond Resort in Montana, is a great host for this event. The venue is first class and the accommodations are specially priced for this event.
In only its seventh year, Whitefish Woody Weekend has become a premier classic boat event, attracting award winning classic wood boats from all across the Pacific Northwest. The event normally sells out, so register early to ensure participation in this event. Registration materials are now available. For more information contact, Tim Salt at 406-862-5085 or at email@example.com
Title: From Tree to the Sea: Wooden Boat Show
Date: June 22, 2018
There will be a garage sale as well
Contact: Heather Behrens-Curator
Title: June 23, 2018, 43rd Annual Portage Lakes Antique and Classic Boat Show, Akron Ohio
New this year: The evolution of the Ski Boat, on display – the very first models of the ’50’s up through the latest ski machines. A one day show but whole weekend of boating and events.
Contact show chairman: Gil Maringer 216-310-7475
More details at http://northcoastohio.org/event/2018-portage-lakes-show/
We’ll launch from the “newly rebuilt” and ‘free’ boat ramp at Fred’s. We’ll cruise caravan style down the Amite and through the Diversion Canal and have lunch at Lagniappe Restaurant on the Diversion. It’s about a 13 mile cruise. After lunch, we’ll cruise wherever the gang wants to go, and then return to Fred’s around 3 or 4 in the afternoon.
Want to come but can’t bring a boat? No problem, we’re arranging to have enough boats making the trip so that everyone can ride and join in on the fun!
Want to join us for lunch, but don’t have enough time for the boat cruise? Just meet us at the Lagniappe Restaurant around 11 AM. Address is 11172 River Highlands Drive, St. Amant, LA.
What: Antique Yachtsman’s Regatta
Where: The Glenwood Club, Keuka Lake (about four miles up the east side from the Hammondsport launch)
When: Saturday, June 23rd
Check-in: 1 pm at The Glenwood
Who: Anyone that has a wooden boat (Member or Non-Member of Wine Country)
Cost: 10 per boat per couple
The idea is to cruise boats at a normal cruising speed (not racing) of each boat across a start line in synchronization with the starters’ flags. At a time later in the cruise, when the pace boat makes an agreed upon visual signal, all boats should turn to port and proceed back to the start line at the same constant speed. The winner is the boat which crosses the start/finish line first. However, all boats should cross the finish line at the same time. We will all head out from the Glenwood Club, located at 468 East Lake Road, Route 54, Hammondsport (approx. 5 – 8 miles north of Hammondsport and about 5 miles south of The Switz) and we will finish there as well.
Now, the idea here is to get everyone out on the water for a fun afternoon in their wooden boat. Wine Country will provide hot dogs and hamburgers and everyone should bring a dish to pass and their favorite beverage. All you will need to do is contact me, Jack Young and I will send you an enrollment form along with the “rules of the event.” If you are not a member of Wine Country Classic Boats, that’s OK We welcome your participation with some of the nicest folks you’ll ever meet!
Thanks and we hope to see you on June 23rd!
Your Antique Yachtsman’s Regatta Team – Bill Olmsted, Randy Fletcher, Heidi Szonn, Patti Bandy & Jack Young
Informal rendezvous of classic boats.
15,600 surface acres of boating bliss inside a 2100 acre state park. Need we say more?
Title: Toronto Chapter 38th Annual Summer Vintage Boat Show
For this year’s show, a unique theme has been selected, “Keeping the Passion Alive – A salute to the Heritage Boat Shops.” All of us are passionate about our boats, be they mahogany, cedar strip or fibreglass. Restoring and maintaining an antique or classic or building a new reproduction requires knowledge, skills and time that the vast majority of us do not have. It is the boat shops, old and new, that keep our sport alive and our boats on the water. So, it is fitting that we take this opportunity to honor these individuals and businesses.
Boat builders and restorers are being invited to showcase some of their past projects that demonstrate the quality of their work and commitment to excellence. These will be highlighted as the featured boats in the show.
Once again, the show will have free admission to the public and all displays will be along the waterfront. 2018 will also be a judged show, which always ensures an excellent turnout of some of the finest examples of antique and classic boats.
To broaden the appeal of the show, and classic boats in general, the show committee is working hard to grow the participation of fibreglass classics with a focus on ski boats of all makes. All of the other attractions that make the show a fun day for the family will be back: the ride-along, the kids’ activities, antique and classic car show, the field of dreams and flea market and a growing number of vendors.
The show will kick off with three days of pre-show events that are a great way to enjoy an extended stay in Muskoka, spending more time on the water with new and old friends. Wednesday, July 4th we will be trailering to tour the chain of lakes in Huntsville, with a lunch stop in town. Thursday, participants will cruise from Gravenhurst to Bala and area on Lake Muskoka. Stops will include a boathouse tour and lunch. Friday the 6th is Poker Run Day, always a fun excursion.
See you in Gravenhurst this July!
The 29th Annual Chris-Craft Rendezvous of the Pacific Northwest will begin on Thursday July 12 and conclude on Sunday July 15, 2018. All events will be held at the Port Orchard City Marina in the historic town of Port Orchard, Washington. Up to 80 classic Chris-Crafts are expected to attend.
Entry for visitors to the events are on the docks, and to see the boats is free. Daily features are; live music, dock parties, and touring of boats, a raffle, a farmers market, seminars, swap meet and demonstrations.
Additionally, for registrants, there will be coffee and doughnuts every morning, a Friday on the dock BBQ dinner, and on Saturday the Dinghy Dash, the Awards Banquet and the Live Auction. The Sunday morning pancake breakfast prepares the fleet for the informal cruiser parade leaving the marina. Chris-Crafts of any vintage or condition are welcome!
Please see our website for more history, stories and photos: www.chriscraftrendezvous.com
Come join us July 13-15 2018 for our 16th Annual Antique and Classic Boat Show in beautiful Sandpoint ID.
There will be more than 50 Antique and Classic boats on display on the water. Sandpoint is a wonderful venue and attracts participants from all over the Pacific Northwest and Canada.
For show information please contact BK Powell at 509-994-0512 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glacier Lakes Chapter is hosting a classic & antique boat rendezvous at South Bay Marina.
Registration fee for a boat is $20. There is a Poker Run on Friday afternoon on the Fox River. Public display of the boats Friday 3-7. A Lobster Boil dinner hosted by Hands On Deck at South Bay Marina Friday night. $35 per person.
This is a fundraiser for Hands on Deck. Saturday the boats will be on display ending the day with a boat parade.
Old Forge, NY at the town docks. Friday evening Welcome Reception, Saturday Boat Show and Awards Dinner.
Contact: Old Forge Visitor Center at 315-369-6983 or www.oldforgeny.com
2nd Annual Lexington Antique and Classic Boat show in the Public Harbor in Lexington, MI.
Registration forms available Spring 2018 at michacbs.com.
Contact Mark Edmonson at email@example.com.
We are changing things up this year! Our annual boat show is taking on a new and improved look.
The Legacy of the Lakes Summer Showcase is a day-long event taking place on Saturday, July 14 at the Legacy of the Lakes Museum in Downtown Alexandria, Minnesota.
Activities include: on-land classic boat & car displays, live music, food, drinks, kid’s games & inflatable, museum tours, and more!
Interested in showing your boat? Download a registration form on our website Registration is free!
Sponsored by: Diamond Buick GMC of Alexandria
Title: Water Wonderland Chapter South Arm Classics
The South Arm Classics is promoted by the East Jordan Lions Club and is a combined event. The classic car show is held on the Main Street location in East Jordan, and the classic boat show is a water and land event that takes place on the Lake Charlevoix shoreline in Memorial Park.
SNEC presents “VINTAGE TREASURES” Boat Show Saturday July 14th.
The show is held on the grounds of the Connecticut River Museum, Essex, CT from 9:00-4:30. Cocktails, Dinner and Awards following the show. The show is ACBS judged SNEC hosts a Friday night July 13th Barbeque for SNEC members,and Boat show entries.
For more information please contact Lynn McFarlin(firstname.lastname@example.org)
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