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The 2019 Kimber Festival, sponsored by The New England MG T Register, will be held at the Simeone Museum in Philadelphia, PA. Friday registration starts at 1 pm at the Simeone Museum. You’ll be able to do a museum visit before the flea market, dinner and Kimber birthday celebration.
Saturday we’ll have our presentations at the Simeone Museum followed by a cash bar and dinner. Lunch will also be served during Saturday’s activities.
Our host hotel will be the Embassy Suites by Hilton, Philadelphia Airport. We will have a special rate for all participants.
Want to know more? Go to: http://www.nemgtr.org/kimber-festival-2019/kimber-festival-info.html. Registration forms will be available on the web site. Or email email@example.com with your questions. All MG and British car enthusiasts are welcome to join us at this event.
This is a wonderful gathering of over 250 pieces of rolling art, from all over the southeast!
Cars on Kiawah showcases the history and evolution of the automobile in beautiful Ocean Park on Kiawah Island, SC. Cars are displayed by country of origin along with special automotive displays and interesting vendors. Clubs and individual collectors display beautiful and interesting pieces of rolling art from many countries with an incredible turnout of British iron for the 2018 show. The family fun event offers something for everyone.
Join the Delaware Valley Triumphs and Delaware Valley Jaguars for an all British Marque, judged, car and motorcycle show, and a nationally sanctioned Jaguar Concours at historic Hope Lodge. Also beer tasting from craft breweries, and kid friendly activities.
Join the Minis of the Rockies for an all Mini/Mini Cooper event to also include the Austin America/MG1100 ADO16 variants. They will also be celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Mini introduced in 1959.
|The British Motoring Festival has been staged annually on the grounds of historic King’s Edgehill School in Windsor, NS, from Friday to Sunday, July 12 to 14. The Festival will be featuring the Classic Mini as this year’s Featured Marque Weather and circumstances permitting, the public will have an opportunity on Friday July 12 to preview a selection of Festival vehicles during an evening Street Party at the location of The Spitfire Arms in downtown Windsor. On Saturday July 13, the proceedings at King’s Edgehill School will be open to the public. Registered Festival participants will convene at KES Saturday evening for an Awards Banquet, and for breakfast Sunday morning at The Spitfire Arms. The Festival is a showpiece event of the British Automobile Touring Association of Nova Scotia (BATANS), a non-profit registered society. Currently, membership in BATANS numbers 271, collectively accounting for 257 vehicles. The event is an occasion for British car enthusiasts to showcase their vehicles, both classic and modern. In 2017, 128 participants presented a total of 146 British cars and motorcycles. Most came from the Atlantic Provinces, with a few who made it from New England and Ontario. We also welcomed approximately 800 public spectators who came on Saturday’s open day to view the cars and to speak to their owners. As in past years, prizes will be awarded in 2019 for cars that are deemed to represent the best of several categories. Festival organizers are also planning special activities to entertain young and old alike. Food vendors will be on hand to dispense food and beverages. Regular updates will also be posted on the BMF website at http://www.britishmotoringfestival.com/ and on our Facebook page.|
|BritBull brings together the Northwest’s finest and largest showing of British motorcars, from Bugeye Sprites to Rolls Royces. Trophies are awarded–in the shade–in 19 classes. All British vehicles are invited—show quality, work in progress, and for sale.|