We’ve put together a little end of year newsletter (with intention to follow up in the spring with an even better spread). For now, enjoy the happy holidays and enjoy La Voce.
DVAROC.ORG once again joins HCCP at the Historic Massey House on Lawrence Road in Broomall PA, for the Frostbite Run (Toys for Tots.) Enjoy over 350 cars assembled in front of the Historic Massey House at 8:00 AM Thursday morning. Hot Cider Coffee and Doughnuts (Donuts) will be there. Tour the Historic Massey House ! Bring Toys for Tots!!!!!!
6825 Norwitch Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19153
$3 Door Fee to enter both the bazaar + the museum
Kids 12 and under get in free!
(please note the museum normally charges a $12 admission fee, but for our bazaar you will be able to get in for the discounted rate of $3. This includes admission to the bazaar AND the museum!)
Street Parking (free) or $5 to park all day in the Museum’s Parking Lot
Rain, Snow or Shine!
Free Tote Bags for the first 150 guests each day! (includes $5 Art Star Bucks and small goodies)
Carmen Alfa and Fiat will host an event that starts at their dealership located at
154 N. DuPont HWY
New Castle, DE 19720
302 325 3428
The day will start with a Continental Breakfast at 10 AM. Yes that’s right food, no charge!!!! At 12:15 PM we will conclude with a Parade run to A I DuPont Hospital for children and toy drop off. Rumor has it there will be TV coverage of the Parade and toy drop.
The schedule is as follows :
10:00 AM Continental breakfast
10:00 AM-12:00 Car Show and Toy Collection
12:00 Line up for run to A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children
12:15 Parade and Run to children’s hospital and toy drop
The DVAROC Fall tour is Sunday November 1. We’ll be driving through beautiful Buck County Pennsylvania and Hunterdon County New Jersey and finish with a wonderful lunch at ViaPonte an Italian restaurant in Stockton New Jersey. For more information please contact Alan Aptner via e-mail at Alfamail654@gmail.com or by phone at 215-321-8312.
We need cars for Columbus Day Parade, Sunday October 11th.
Contact Pat Carzo 302-437-4369
2015 Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance
RADNOR HUNT CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE ANNOUNCES FEATURED CLASSES
Packard, Alfa Romeo and Classic Pickup Trucks
To Share Radnor Hunt Show Field with
BMW Motorcycles, Police Motorcycles and Land Speed Record Holders
Malvern, PA January 28, 2015 – The Car Selection Committee of the Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance announced that the featured marques of the 19th Annual event are Packard, Alfa Romeo and Classic Pickup Trucks. BMW is the featured motorcycle make for the 2015 event and will share the spotlight with Police Motorcycles and Land Speed Record Holders. The concours takes place the weekend of September 11, 12 and 13 on the grounds of Radnor Hunt.
“This year we will feature the elegance of Packard, the beauty and power of Alfa Romeo,” said Michael G. Tillson III, chairman, Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance. “And the show field will also showcase the nostalgia of classic pickup trucks prior to 1970. The motorcycle field will feature BMW, Police Motorcycles and Land Speed Record Holders. The 2015 event is the eighth consecutive year that we will have a display of vintage horse-drawn coaches and carriages that illustrate the evolution of transportation, something no other concours offers.”
The Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance encompasses three days of activities beginning with the Friday evening Barbecue, followed by the always popular Road Rally through the scenic countryside of Chester County on Saturday morning, culminating in a catered lunch. The Saturday evening Black Tie Gala, Silent Auction and Art Show Preview is the prelude to the main event, the concours d’elegance on Sunday.
Each year, the concours event, an invitation-only show, has a featured marque, a vehicle type or coachbuilder and a motorcycle make. The 2015 event will showcase the most interesting and significant Packard automobiles, vintage Alfa Romeo cars and classic pickup trucks built prior to 1970.
The event also includes Motorsport Park, providing local marque car clubs the opportunity to gather in an exclusive parking area close to the show field entrance on Sunday, as well as a Cars & Coffee gathering on Saturday concurrent with the road rally. The Marketplace area features a variety of both automotive and non-automotive merchants, and offering specialized shopping for concours attendees.
Advance discount tickets for all activities are available online at www.radnorconcours.org and include the popular VIP Luncheon and the elite Chairman’s VIP reserved seating area overlooking the show field.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Thorncroft Equestrian Center in Malvern, Pennsylvania. The Thorncroft Equestrian Center is committed to a mainstreaming approach for teaching horseback riding and to promoting the development of new and independent therapeutic riding programs, particularly for those with special needs.
Alfa Romeo Club parking is on August 9th , you must pre-register.
The New Hope Automobile Show has become a showplace for the magnificent antique and classic automobiles that compete. This year the show is limited to just 250 vehicles per day. So to ensure your place on the field, be sure to register early. Remember, ALL vehicles MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE.
Make plans to spend August 8th and 9th with us at The 2015 New Hope Automobile Show.
If you’re attending the show
The show will be held at the New Hope-Solebury High School on Saturday August 8th and Sunday August 9th. Show times are 9AM to 4PM daily.
Admission to the show is $5.00 per person. $3.00 for Senior Citizens 62 and over, children under 12 accompanied by an adult are free. Active duty military and dependents are free.
Parking is $5.00. On site parking can be accessed from the Route 202 spur road at Hardy Bush Way. If traveling north on Route 202 it will be just prior to the New Jersey Bridge. If traveling from New Jersey heading south on Route 202 you will take the first exit to Route 32 South just after the bridge, make the second right onto the 202 spur (south). From the center of New Hope follow Route 32 (River Road) North and turn left on the 202 spur (south). Look for the signs on the surrounding roads as you enter New Hope from any direction. Please follow the directions of the traffic police and the parking lot staff. Shuttle busses will be running all day long to take you to and from the show.
There will also be a pedestrian visitor entrance gate off Bridge Street by the old high school building.
Please remember to vote for your favorite vehicle
• Obtain a ballot at either gate, the awards table, or the New Hope Automobile Show merchandise tent. The vehicle that gets the most votes will win the People’s Choice Award at the end of each day!
• Each vehicle will have a window placard with the person’s name and vehicle information on it to assist you in identifying the vehicle.
• Please vote by 2PM. The vehicle that gets the most votes will win the People’s Choice Award at the end of each day!
Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Use – Because the show is conducted on school grounds, consumption of alcoholic beverages and the use of tobacco products in any form are strictly prohibited at all times. State and local regulations prohibit any exceptions to this policy.
Pets – No pets are allowed on the show grounds unless they are Leader, or Seeing Eye, dogs or other animals used for assistance by handicapped persons.
Bicycles – Bicycles are not allowed on show grounds. A bicycle parking area will be available at the spectator entrances.
The show is at the New Hope-Solebury High School on Bridge Street (Route 179) in New Hope, Pennsylvania about 1 hour north of Philadelphia and 1.5 hours south of New York City.
6th Annual Italian American Heritage Festival
June 7, 2015
Rose Tree Park, Media, PA
12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.( Show cars should arrive by 10:00AM)
Italian food, music, games and entertainment for the whole family!!
~~~~~~~~ No admission fee for festival!! ~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~ FREE on-site parking!!! ~~~~~~~~~
2014 Festival produced by CIAO of Delaware County and Eventfully Yours, Inc.
Since 2010, the Italian American Heritage Festival has drawn more than 50,000 people coming from a greater than five state area to enjoy a day in celebration of Italian heritage and culture. The festival features excellent food, top-rated entertainment, and activities designed to involve attendees of all ages.
More than 35 Delaware County business organizations make the festival possible each year. Proceeds from the festival benefit programs that promote and advance Italian Heritage culture. Funds are also provided to charities supported by our member organizations.
- Don Guanella Village
- Neumann University: Arts Guild and Scholarship Fund
- Widener University: College of Arts and Sciences
- Knights of Columbus: Blessed Louis Guanella Council
Hellertown, PA –Join us as Judi Space and friends host the 4th Annual “Spaced Out” Car Show in memory of Mike Space. We invite all cars, bikes, and scooters of Italian, French and Scandinavian origin to join us as we enjoy a day of casual cameraderie. Come out and vote for your favorites so we can tally them up by 1 PM. The event will be held Saturday June 13th, from 10 am until 3 at the lovely and shady Reservoir Park, at 3376 Reservoir Road, just south of Bethlehem and a few minutes off Rt. 78. It’s a very “all inclusive” show, welcoming everything from daily driver FIATs through Alfas, Lancias and Etceterinis all the way up to concourse Ferraris, Lamborghinis and the like. How about the French cars too, from Alpines to Talbots. Italian and French Bikes are welcome too. The more the merrier; We love variety. Italian food will be available. $10 per car (NO PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED). Bikes $5, spectators $2 with kids under 12 FREE! Help us pay for the park rental!
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