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June 1, 2013 – Model A & Model T Car Show

I love, love, love, Model A and Model T cars!! I am going to try to make this event this Saturday!!

http://rios-caledoniaadobe.org/events.html

June 1, 2013 – Model A & Model T Car Show Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. FREE to the public! Join the fun for a FREE event at the Rios-Caledonia Adobe in San Miguel, Saturday, June 1, from 11 AM to 3 PM when the local antique car clubs exhibit their unique old Model A and Model T automobiles on the original old highway that runs in front of the Adobe.  You can vote for your  favorite and participate in the 50-50 drawing.

Added interests for attendees: A railroad exhibit by members of the Central Coast Railroad Festival in the “office” building, formerly the old gas station in the 1920s. Food will be for sale by “The Three Amigos” and music will be provided by Jeff Beaumonte’s “Apocalyptic Jazz Band.” Sip wine in the old bar in the Adobe provided by River Star Vineyards and Winery  of San Miguel.  Enjoy the festivities on the grounds of the unique historic Adobe. A recap of the festivities appear below:

  • Food by “Three Amigos” (Terry Scantlin, Mary Scantlin and Monica Cisneros)
  • Wine Tasting by River Star Vineyards & Winery, San Miguel
  • Music by Jeff Beaumonte’s “Apocalyptic Jazz Band”
  • Informational Display by members of the Central Coast Railroad Festival
  • 50-50 Drawing and voting for your favorite old car

For more information contact:  Joyce Herman, 440-7173 or hermanjah@tcsn.net

To visit Rios-Caledonia Adobe, take the San Miguel  off ramp exit from Highway 101.

The Adobe is open Friday—Sunday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.

700 S. Mission Street

San Miguel, California

805.467.3357


The Homestead Museum…another So Cal hidden gem

The Homestead Museum…another So Cal hidden gem

For my fellow nerds who love to enjoy living history and occasionally dressing the part, YOU MUST visit the Homestead Museum in September.  I went last year and will be going again this year.  You can expect the following:

Ticket to the Twenties

Saturday & Sunday, September 14 & 15 • 3 to 7 p.m. both days • Free—but bring spending money for food and shopping • 1920s dress is encouraged and Prohibition will be strictly enforced! • Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets, but please leave little Fido at home (only certified service animals are permitted at the festival)

Dig out your glad rags and join us for a weekend of great fun! Celebrate the Roaring Twenties as you enjoy dance demonstrations and lessons, fashion shows, silent films, crafts, music, games, vintage automobiles, historic house tours, tasty food, and much more.

Here is some pictures from my experience last year!