Our last driving event for the year will be our fall tour. We’ve rescheduled it to November 12th to avoid any Eagles’ fans’ conflicts – so now, you have no excuses!
This year, we’ll be visiting two wineries, as well as a cheese farm. After the second winery, we’ll drive a short distance to a local Italian restaurant for a late, Sunday lunch.
The club will meet at Wawa in Chester Springs – see map below – before 10:30am. There, you’ll be able to tank up on gas and coffee. We’ll leave promptly at 10:45 and drive to our first stop, Stone Barn Cellars Winery www.stonebarncellars.com where we’ll sample their wines and enjoy a few club provided snacks. Cost for wine tasting there is $10. From there, we’ll hit the back roads and stop at Amazing Acres Goat Dairy www.amazingacresgoatdairy.com where they’ve graciously agreed to give us a tour of their cheese making facility, and will let us enjoy their goats. After the goat farm, it’s back to some beautiful roads for a half hour drive to Manatawny Creek Winery www.manatawnycreekwinery.com for another sampling of Pennsylvania’s best wines, some more snacks, and maybe some goat cheese. Tasting at Manatawny Creek is $5, refundable with wine purchase. Finally, once we’ve finished sampling, we’ll take a short drive to Vincenzo’s www.vincenzosristorante.org for a Sunday meal together. You can check out the menu online – both Lunch and Dinner selections should be available.
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The total tour length is only about 35 miles, but with stops, tours, tastings and pettings, expect to arrive for lunch around 2pm. You can find a map of the approximate route here: tour map.
There is no cost to participate in the tour. The club will provide some snacks to go with the wine tastings. Participants are responsible for the costs of tastings and lunches – from the restaurant’s menu.
If you want to attend, please RSVP to Bob Brady at: 302.420.6529 or preferably, firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, November 10th.
Hope you can make it!!
Recognizing that November 5th might have some distractions for Philadelphia sports fans, we’re moving our Fall Winery Tour and Lunch to November 12th.
Look for more details shortly, but we’ll likely start at a cheese farm, then visit a couple of wineries, and finally finish for a late lunch together.
Please join us at this year’s DVAROC fall picnic, to be held again at the Brady’s in Unionville, Chester County. Join us atop our “petit mont” where you will enjoy breathtaking views of the Brandywine Creek valley while sharing a lovely afternoon among beautiful cars, and fellow Alfa enthusiasts. The event will take place on Sunday, October 15th and will start a little before noon. Gourmet lunches and drinks will be provided. A $10/person donation is requested to help defray a portion of the costs. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets, chairs and Alfa Romeo related trinkets that can be given away as prizes.
In addition to the gathering of cars and Alfisti, we’ll have games, entertainment and the DVAROC will hold annual elections. If you are interested in running for a position, please contact Pat Carzo at email@example.com prior to the event.
RSVP by October 132h to Bob Brady at: 302-420-6529 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rain Date is October 22rd.
Located on Providence road, just off West Chester Pike.
Saturday Cars and coffee in Motor Sports park id free!!!!! See Ben for parking instructions at the gate.
Sunday is the show for the 100 cars of Radnor Hunt.
Radnor Hunt Concours
P.O. Box 326
Edgemont, PA 19028
Michael G. Tillson III
Jane L. Altmann
Silent Auction Chair
Brian P. Bowie
Secretary/MotorSport Park Co-Chair
Mark P. Bowie
Motorsport Park Co-Chair
Get ready for some summer fun!
The Delaware Valley Alfa Romeo Owners Club will hold our Summer Picnic and Rally at Ridley Creek State Park on Sunday July 30th. The event will include a fun rally, which should take less than an hour to complete, followed by a picnic in the park. You’ll have a chance to show off your car, demonstrate your navigation skills, and enjoy some good food and friends.
We’ll gather at Ridley Creek State Park at 10:30. Refer to the map below (click to enlarge):
After everyone arrives, we’ll go over the rally instructions and then have a Le Mans style start. The rally will take participants through some very pretty Chester County horse country. The course is designed to make for fun competition that won’t reward use of GPS or following another car.
The rally course will take less than an hour to complete. Once everyone is safely back to the park, we’ll enjoy some lunch together.
Picnic lunches – hoagies, salads and drinks will be provided. We’ll ask each participant to provide $10 per person to the club, to help defray costs.
If you want to attend, please RSVP to Bob Brady at: 302.420.6529 or preferably, email@example.com by Friday, July 28th so we can plan food and hand-outs, accordingly.
Hope to see you there!!
We’re rescheduling our Summer Picnic/Rally from July 2nd to July 30th. Have a great Fourth of July weekend and hope to see you on the 30th.
Also note, the New Hope Car Show has changed to a one-day only event, this year. It will be Sunday, August 13th. For more information, go to: http://www.newhopeautoshow.com/the-show/
Note also that New Hope is also having a road rally on July 25th.
Glenwood Memorial Gardens 2321 West Chester Pike Broomall PA , 19008 is hosting a Special Fathers Day Car Show on Fathers Day June 18th at 9:00 AM.
This is a dvaroc.org Organized Event which will include participation from many other car clubs including the Ferrari Club, The FIAT Club, and many more!!!
Entry is free!!!
Glenwood Memorial Gardens is a Dignity Provider owned by Service Corporation of America (SCI on NYSE), who owns over 500 cemetery’s and over 2000 Funeral Homes in
North America. To participate contact William J. Conway at Glenwood Memorial Gardens , 610-356-1144.
EMAIL William.Conway@ Dignitymemorial.com Your participation will be greatly appreciated by the families in the Philadelphia area who are honoring fathers here at Glenwood Memorial Gardens
William J. Conway dvaroc.org Treasurer
It is not too late to enter your Italian car. Over 50 are registered already. This event has attendance that exceeds 12,000!!!
Enjoy the Italian cuisine and music! Contact Pat Carzo to register your car, no fee is required.
( or just show up!!!)
Once again Franco and Mario will host the viewing of the Grand Prix with their wonderful breakfast, along with Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s starting at 7:30 am. Join the party and bring your car!
Watch the Alfa Romeo sponsored Formula 1 Ferrari compete for the 2017 world championship.
Lalocanda Restaurant is located in Newtown Square , PA AT 4989 West Chester Pike
Spring has sprung! After the inspirational Tech Session on April 15th, we’ve all got our Alfas tuned and ready for fun….. of course you have!
Our Spring driving tour will take us along the Delaware River, through beautiful Bucks County, back and forth from Pennsylvania and New Jersey, through some lovely covered bridges and finish in Doylestown for lunch. Along the way, we’ll make some stops to stretch our legs and enjoy some sites and towns. Expect the total length to be about 70 miles and the drive to take about three hours (including stops).
The tour will leave at 9:30am, from the parking lot at Washington Crossing Park, in Pennsylvania. Refer to the map below:
From there, we’ll drive into New Jersey, back into Pennsylvania and make a first stop in Lumberville. There, we’ll take a walk across the river to Bulls Island before we continue north. From there we’ll visit Frenchtown and maybe stop at Ringing Rocks. We’ll then drive inland through a few covered bridges and along some beautiful woods and streams. Afterwards, we’ll head back to civilization and park at the Mercer Museum in Doylestown. From there, we’ll take a short walk to a local restaurant for lunch together – venue TBD, depending on how many attendees we get. Finally, after lunch, you’re welcome to tour the town, the fabulous Mercer Museum or the Michner art museum across the street.
Just like we did in the last tour, we’ll order lunches from the restaurant’s menu, so no need to pre-pay or feel limited to selections. There is no cost for the tour. Cost for lunch and/or museum visits is up to you.
If you want to attend, please RSVP to Bob Brady at: 302.420.6529 or preferably, firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, May 19th .
Hope you can make it!!