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Updated: 8 Mar 2019

REGIONAL/NATIONAL EVENTS CAL


Triumph Events

19 Mar 19Monthly SLTOA meeting, Letty Lou’s Café, 17209 New College Ave, Wildwood.

16 Apr 19—Monthly SLTOA meeting, Culpeppers at 310 West Clay in St. Charles, Missouri.

21 Apr 19MG-Triumph Challenge X for the British Leyland Trophy, in association with the 58th Annual Forest Park Easter Concours, hosted by the Horseless Carriage Club of Missouri.  At the Muny upper lot, details to follow, get those Triumphs ready.

24-27 Apr 19—Annual South Central VTR confab, at the Tanglewood Resort in Pottsboro, TX.  This year’s event highlights the debut of the Wedge 45 years ago; the activities include a Funkhana, Gimmick Rally over North Texas backroads, an autocross, Triumph historical walking rally plus a 1974-appropriate costume contest at Thursday night’s Welcome Party.  Registration and schedule at http://redrivertriumphclub.org/2019-registration-home/.

4-5 May 1917th Annual Kastner Cup, at Buttonwillow Raceway, Buttonwillow, California (I-5 northwest of Bakersfield).  More details to follow, keep an eye on www.kaskastner.com/kastnercup.html.

12-13 Sept 19Triumphest, “Better Together in Santa Maria,” California, hosted by the Southern California Triumph Owners Association (SCTOA) and the Triumph Register of Southern California (TRSC).  The host hotel is the Radisson-Santa Maria, 3455 Skyway Dr, guaranteed event room rate is $129 plus tax, make your reservations now by calling (805)928-8000 and mention Triumphest. Monitor www.triumphest2019.com/ for events and activities.

21 Sept 1938th All British Car & Cycle Show, Creve Coeur Lake Park, 13450 Marine Ave.  Sponsored by the MG Club of St Louis, with SLTOA providing the food concession. Details to follow, monitor https://allbritishcarshow.com.

3-6 Oct 19TRials/6-Pack National Meeting, at the Sheraton West Chalet Hotel St Louis, Westport.  The event will include drives of scenic 2-lane roads including stops at wineries and other venues, plus a Route 66 tour.  For more information call up https://ckeefe4.wixsite.com/6-packtrial2019/ or contact Kevin Blume (yes, our Kevin Blume) at KBlume1@gmail.com.  Updates will get posted on Facebook at www.facebook.com/events/2065984406955406/.

6-11 Oct 19VTR National 2019, hosted by the Hill Country Triumph Club of Austin, TX, in Dripping Springs, the heart of the Texas Hill Country.  Scenic drives filled with yucca, prickly pear, desert spoon and wildflowers (not to mention a few cows along the way) await you.  As our club president says, “It ain’t a drive ‘til you cross a cattle guard and low water crossing.”  Plan on a unique food, beer and wine experience, plus a run to Luckenbach.  More details to follow, registration now available at http://hillcountrytriumphclub.org/vtr2019/.

21 Sept 1938th All British Car & Cycle Show, Creve Coeur Lake Park, 13450 Marine Ave.  Sponsored by the MG Club of St Louis, with SLTOA providing the food concession. Details to follow, monitor https://allbritishcarshow.com .

3-6 Oct 19—TRials/6-Pack National Meeting, at the Sheraton West Chalet Hotel St Louis, Westport.  The event will include drives of scenic 2-lane roads including stops at wineries and other venues, plus a Route 66 tour.  For more information call up https://ckeefe4.wixsite.com/6-packtrial2019/ or contact Kevin Blume (yes, our Kevin Blume) at KBlume1@gmail.com.  Updates will get posted on Facebook at www.facebook.com/events/2065984406955406/.

6-11 Oct 19—VTR National 2019, hosted by the Hill Country Triumph Club of Austin, TX, in Dripping Springs, the heart of the Texas Hill Country.  Scenic drives filled with yucca, prickly pear, desert spoon and wildflowers (not to mention a few cows along the way) await you.  As our club president says, “It ain’t a drive ‘til you cross a cattle guard and low water crossing.”  Plan on a unique food, beer and wine experience, plus a run to Luckenbach.  More details to follow, registration now available at http://hillcountrytriumphclub.org/vtr2019/.

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16 Mar 19—Jaguar Association of Greater St Louis Driving Tour, to Elephant Rocks State Park and High Valley Angus Ranch.  Meet at 8:30 AM at the St Louis BreadCo, MO 21/Tesson Ferry and Kennerly (two blocks west of I-270, behind the Walgreens), first car off at 9 AM. Figure on 45 minutes at the state park, then a short dash over to Ironton for a private buffet lunch at Baylee Joe’s BBQ.  After lunch, we’re offering two optional tours to Taum Sauk Mountain Overlook or to Fort Davidson/Pilot Knob State Historic Site (say hi to Gen Sterling Price!).  There will be a $5 per car entry fee, plus $15 for lunch, which includes soft drinks and dessert; all fees will be collected at the BreadCo during registration, please bring cash.  Please RSVP to either Jim Hendrix at lhendrix@curtispack.com (314)406-5412 or Phil Taxman at ssjagman@aol.com (314)761-5913.  Monitor www.jagstl.com for information on the restaurant and meal choices.

18 Mar 19—MG Club of St Louis Tech Session No. 3, 7 PM at It’s Alive Automotive, 11714 St Charles Rock Rd, Bridgeton.  The topic is advanced diagnosis of your vehicle.

22 Mar 19—MG Club of St Louis RUBCO, at Denny’s, 11226 Midland, 9:30 AM.

23 Mar 19—MG Club of St Louis Annual Terry Fanning Rally, details to follow but bring cash as the drive includes two ferry crossings.  Monitor www.stlouismgclub.com for updates.

23 Mar 19Coffee, Coffee & Cars, at Just Jags, 7113 N Hanley Rd, Hazelwood, 8 to 10 AM.

6 Apr 19Annual Missouri Endurance Rallye, “Ramble On,” a medium-distance rallye of 8-16 hours sponsored by the MG Club of St Louis.  Meet at the Starbucks at 922 Meramec Station Rd (MO 141 south of I-44, west side); driver’s meeting at 7:15, mileage check at 7:30.  Open to all British cars manufactured on or before 1982, only navigation aids available during that time period are allowed; maps and gazetteers from several states are prudent and appropriate.  Cost $10 per car, check payable to the MG Club of St Louis, mail to Treasurer Tom Hurlbert at 7122 S Villanova Dr, St Louis, MO 63123 or pay with credit card at https://www.stlouismgclub.com/payments. For more information, email stingfive@att.net. 

15 Apr 19—MG Club of St Louis Tech Session, at Brooklands Restoration, 9532 Lackland Rd, Overland, 7 PM.  Topic is steering and electrical.

20 Apr 19—Annual Gateway Healey Association Spring Tune-Up/Cleanup, in advance of the Forest Park Concours.  At  Keith Bester’s garage, 115 N Sappington; starts at 11 AM, bring a dish to share.

20 Apr 19—JAGSL Judge’s Training Seminar 2019, hosted by Chief Judge Jim Hendrix and Co-Chief Judge John Testrake.  Concours season is coming around and it’s time to update your judging credentials.  To do that, you need to attend judge’s training; however, you don’t have to be a judge to attend this session, all are welcome. Starts at 11 AM at Hyman Ltd, 2310 Chaffee Dr, St Louis (http://hymanltd.com).  RSVP to John Testrake at jetestrake@aol.com.

27 Apr 19—JAGSL R&R Ranch Tour & Lunch.  Come out for a drive to and tour of the R&R Ranch, including the ranch’s mini horse rescue barn and muscle car collection.  Afterwards, we’ll drive to Labadie for lunch at the Hawthorne Inn, 123 Front St.  Meet at 9 AM at the St  Louis BreadCo, 17132 Chesterfield Airport Rd, cars depart at 9:40 AM.  Monitor www.jagstl.com and the online Growl.

18 May 19—JAGSL Road Rally, details TBA, monitor www.jagstl.com and the online Growl.

25 May 19—JAGSL Garage Tour & Driving Event: Horses, Horses and More Horses!  Start at the McDonalds at 2144 W Terra Lane, O’Fallon, Missouri, then head to Kelly’s place for bagels and coffee and a tour of horse-powered transportation, of the wheeled and four-legged varieties.  Then to Steve’s place for more horsepower.  Lunch $13 per person, drinks included; RSVP to Kelly Waite at kellywaite@att.net.  Monitor www.jagstl.com and the online Growl.

27-30 Jun 19—Annual MG Gathering of the Faithful/GOF, at the Double Tree Hotel, 16625 Swingley Ridge Rd, Chesterfield.  Events included a Thursday night first-timers’ show and BBQ at Chesterfield City Park; rally/tour Friday morning, followed by tech sessions in the hotel conference center; Saturday funkhana and valve cover races with evening awards banquet; and Sunday morning winners circle photo session.  Monitor www.stlouismgclub.com for details and updates.

21 Jul 18Jaguar Association of Greater St Louis Birthday Bash, at Glen Echo Country Club, 3401 Lucas and Hunt Rd, St Louis, beginning at 12 noon.  A gourmet buffet lunch will be served at 1 PM, coffee, tea and water are included; other beverages will be available.   Monitor www.jagstl.com and the online Growl for more details.

Aug 19—Jaguar Association of Greater St Louis Luncheon at the Country Club of St Albans, 3165 St Albans Rd, St Albans, MO.  Details to follow, monitor www.jagstl.com and the online Growl for more details.

5 Oct 19—Jaguar Association of St Louis Annual Concours d’Elegance, at Faust Park.   Details to follow, monitor www.jagstl.com and the online Growl for more details.

. Midwest/National/Other Major LBC Events                                 Go to top

23 Mar 1928th Annual British Car Day, hosted by the British Motoring Club of New Orleans, at Delgado Community College, 615 City Park Ave, NOLA.   Details to follow, monitor www.bmcno.org.

31 May-2 Jun 19Champagne British Car Festival, at the David Davis Mansion, Bloomington, 9 AM-3 PM.  Hosted by the Illinois Flat Lands British Car Club; this year’s event salutes Lotus.  The weekend starts with a welcome reception Friday night and culminates in Sunday’s show.  Eastland Suites Hotel & Conference Center in Bloomington is the host hotel, ask for special CBCF pricing. The MG Club’s looking for some Triumph owners to caravan up with them; after last year’s event, they stopped in Springfield on the return trip at The Chesapeake.  Appropriate strategery to follow, in the meantime call up www.cbcf-bloomington.com/ for registration and more information on the event.

1 Jun 19Annual British Bash, hosted by the Louisville British Sports Car Club, 9 AM-4 PM, voting starts at noon, 34 classes including Diamond in the Rough.  For more info monitor www.britishsportscarclub.com.

7-8 June 19Greater Ozarks All British Car Day, on the square in Carthage, MO, hosted by the Greater Ozarks British Motoring Club.  Dates tentative, monitor http://carthagecarshow.com/.

30 Jun 19Michiana Brits Annual British Car Show, hosted by the Michiana Brits at St Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana.  For info, monitor www.michianabrits.com or email Larry Palguta at palguta@sbcglobal.net.

10-14 Jul 19GT44/NAMGAR Get Together, organized by the Minnesota MG Vintage Racers in Dubuque, Iowa. Info at www.namgar.com/events/article/gt-44_dubuque_ia/gt_44_is_in_dubuque.

1-3 Aug 19The Roadster Factory Summer Party, Armagh, PA.  Dates tentative, monitor www.the-roadster-factory.com/indexmain.php.

3 Aug 19Heartland British Autofest, hosted by the Quad City British Auto Club, Muscatine, IA.  Monitor http://qcbac.com/ for details. 

31 Aug-1 Sept 19Annual Heartland All British Car Day, Kansas City.  Monitor www.heartlandallbritish.com/index.html.

7 Sept 1918th Annual Brits in the Ozarks, hosted by the British Iron Touring Club of Northwest Arkansas, benefitting the ALS Association of Northwest Arkansas.  At Agri Park, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.  Special guest this year, David Hobbs!  For more information, monitor www.britishironnwa.org/.

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31 Mar 19—First BSCC autocross of the season, Family Arena, St Charles, show about 9:30 AM.  To get on the event mailing list or for additional, contact Racer Steve at sshab@yahoo.com.

31 Mar 19—First St Louis Region SCCA autocross of the season, Gateway Motorsports Park.  Registration 7 to 8:15 AM, $40 for SCCA members, $40 plus $15 weekend membership for non-members.  Info at www.stlsolo.org.

12-14 Apr 19—“Luau in the Lou!” SCCA Midwest Division majors club racing with time trials, hosted by the St Louis Region, SCCA.  At Gateway Motorsports Park, details to follow.  In the meantime, monitor https://roadracing.stlscca.org.

28 Apr 19BSCC autocross #2, Family Arena, St Charles, show about 9:30 AM.   To get on the event mailing list or for additional info, contact Racer Steve at sshab@yahoo.com.

9 Jun 19St Louis Region SCCA autocross #2, Family Arena, St Charles.  Registration 7 to 8:15 AM, $40 for SCCA members, $40 plus $15 weekend membership for non-members.  Info at www.stlsolo.org.

23 Jun 19BSCC autocross #3, Family Arena, St Charles, show about 9:30 AM.   To get on the event mailing list or for additional info, contact Racer Steve at sshab@yahoo.com.

23 Jun 19St Louis Region SCCA autocross #3, Gateway Motorsports Park.  Registration 7 to 8:15 AM, $40 for SCCA members, $40 plus $15 weekend membership for non-members.  Info at www.stlsolo.org.

14 Jul 19BSCC autocross #4, Family Arena, St Charles, show about 9:30 AM.   To get on the event mailing list or for additional, contact Racer Steve at sshab@yahoo.com.

21 Jul 19St Louis Region SCCA autocross #4, Gateway Motorsports Park.  Registration 7 to 8:15 AM, $40 for SCCA members, $40 plus $15 weekend membership for non-members.  Info at www.stlsolo.org.

11 Aug 19St Louis Region SCCA autocross #5, Family Arena, St Charles.  Registration 7 to 8:15 AM, $40 for SCCA members, $40 plus $15 weekend membership for non-members.  Info at www.stlsolo.org.

18 Aug 19BSCC autocross #5, Family Arena, St Charles, show about 9:30 AM.   To get on the event mailing list or for additional, contact Racer Steve at sshab@yahoo.com.

24 Aug 19Bommarito Auto Group 500 for Indy cars, Gateway Motorsports Park.  Tickets available at www.gatewaymsp.com/2019tickets/.

Aug 19—Jaguar Association of Greater St Louis Luncheon at the Country Club of St Albans, 3165 St Albans Rd, St Albans, MO.  Details to follow, monitor www.jagstl.com and the online Growl for more details.

8 Sept 19BSCC autocross #6, Family Arena, St Charles, show about 9:30 AM.   To get on the event mailing list or for additional, contact Racer Steve at sshab@yahoo.com.

13-14 Sept 19—Midwest Division “Summer Sampler II” Double Regional Road Race, hosted by the St Louis Region, SCCA.  At Gateway Motorsports Park, events include a road rally, rallycross and road course autocross.  Monitor https://roadracing.stlscca.org.

22 Sept 19St Louis Region SCCA autocross #6, Family Arena, St Charles.  Registration 7 to 8:15 AM, $40 for SCCA members, $40 plus $15 weekend membership for non-members.  Info at www.stlsolo.org.

6 Oct 19BSCC autocross #7, Family Arena, St Charles, show about 9:30 AM.   To get on the event mailing list or for additional, contact Racer Steve at sshab@yahoo.com.

13 Oct 19St Louis Region SCCA autocross #7, Gateway Motorsports Park.  Registration 7 to 8:15 AM, $40 for SCCA members, $40 plus $15 weekend membership for non-members.  Info at www.stlsolo.org.

27 Oct 19St Louis Region SCCA autocross #8, Gateway Motorsports Park.  Registration 7 to 8:15 AM, $40 for SCCA members, $40 plus $15 weekend membership for non-members.  Info at www.stlsolo.org.

3 Nov 19BSCC autocross #8, Family Arena, St Charles, show about 9:30 AM.   To get on the event mailing list or for additional, contact Racer Steve at sshab@yahoo.com.

3 Nov 19St Louis Region SCCA autocross #9, Gateway Motorsports Park.  Registration 7 to 8:15 AM, $40 for SCCA members, $40 plus $15 weekend membership for non-members.  Info at www.stlsolo.org.

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22-24 Mar 1912th Annual Mike Stephens Classic, hosted by Corinthian Vintage Auto Racing, Hallett Motor Racing Circuit, 59901 E 5500 Rd, Jennings, Oklahoma (35 miles west of Tulsa).  Monitor www.corinthianvintagerace.com.

26-29 Apr 19The Classic Motorsports Mitty Presented by Hagerty, Road Atlanta, Braselton, GA.  This year’s featured marque is Alfa Romeo; info at www.themitty.com/.

16-19 May 192019 Spring Vintage Festival, hosted by the Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA), at Road America, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.  Monitor https://svra.com/events/ and www.roadamerica.com.

14-16 Jun 19Blackhawk Vintage Classic XXVII, hosted by the Vintage Sports Car Drivers Association (VSCDA) at Blackhawk Farms, South Beloit, IL.  Races include a one-hour enduro for disabled American veterans, Spridget race series, Dad’s Scramble Race and more.  Monitor www.vscda.org.

20-23 Jun 192019 Vintage Grand Prix of Ohio, hosted by SVRA at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, Ohio.  Monitor https://svra.com/events/.

4-7 Jul 19Goodwood Festival of Speed, Goodwood Circuit, Chichester, West Sussex.  Info at www.goodwood.com.

1-4 Aug 192019 Brickyard Vintage Racing Invitational, hosted by SVRA at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.  Monitor https://svra.com/events/.

15-18 Aug 192019 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.  Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA), including IMSA Prototypes and GTO/GTU, plus a salute to the 1966-1972 Trans-Am series.  For information, call up www.weathertechraceway.com/rolex-monterey-motorsports-reunion/.

11-15 Sept 19VSCDA Elkhart Lake Vintage Festival XXXIV, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Formula Ford.  At Road America, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Formula Ford, weekend includes a 14 September re-enactment of the original road course.  Monitor www.vscda.org.  

13-15 Sept 19Goodwood Revival, Goodwood Circuit, Chichester, West Sussex, England.  Info at www.goodwood.com.

11-13 Oct 19Thunder on the Cimarron XVIII, including a Formula Ford feature, hosted by Corinthian Vintage Auto Racing,.  Hallett Motor Racing Circuit, 59901 E 5500 Rd, Jennings, Oklahoma. Monitor www.corinthianvintagerace.com.

12-13 Oct 19Blackhawktoberfest III, hosted by VSCDA, at Blackhawk Farms, South Beloit, IL.  Monitor https://vscda.org/.

Nov 19Lake Garnett Grand Prix Revival, Lake Garnett, OK.  Vintage racing, an autocross, downtown car show and a chance to drive the historic old race course in your car.  Details to follow, monitor http://lggpr.org.

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9 Mar 192nd Annual St Louis Chapter BMWCCA Winter Shootout, at Pole Position indoor kart track.  Arrive at 12:40 PM, first race runs at 1 PM.  $65 for three races, $35 for current BMW Club members and 2018 TRSSS instructors.  Registration closes at 10 PM 5 March, 22 participant limit; register via Eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-st-louis-bmw-club-winter-shootout-tickets-53168238633), password bmwclub.  Prizes to the top five drivers, remaining drivers will participate in raffle for three attendance prizes.

30 Mar 19Caffeine & Chrome, at Gateway Classic Cars, 1237 Central Park Dr, O’Fallon, IL, 8:30 AM-Noon.  Complementary coffee, donuts and self tours of the showroom.  For info, call (618)271-3000.

7 Apr 19Superstars N Supercars, sponsored by Miracles N’ Progress at Family Arena, St Charles, 10 AM-6 PM.  $20 per car entry fee, public parking $10, admission $10 adults, children $5, children two and under free. Food trucks, vendors and red carpet arrivals and paparazzi for Miracles N Progress kids with cancer and serious illnesses. For more info or to register (pre-registration required, last day 29 March), call up www.miraclesnprogress.org/superkids-n-supercars.

12 Apr 19Misfit Toyz Car, Truck & Bike Cruise, 2nd Friday each month, April through October, 6-10 PM.  At Hardees, 2580 Lemay Ferry Rd, St Louis.

13 Apr 19Annual Meridian Village Car Show, #27 Auerbach Place, Glen Carbon, IL.  Registration 10 AM-noon, dash plaques to the first 50 cars, trophies voted by the residents.  Food sales proceeds and entry fee go to the Lutheran Senior Services Benevolent Fund.  For info, email Tammy Williams at tammy.williams@LSSliving.org.

20 Apr 19Cars & Coffee/Westport returns!  8 AM-11 AM, Westport Plaza.

21 Apr 1958th Annual Forest Park Easter Concours d’Elegance, hosted by the Horseless Carriage Club of Missouri.  On the Muny upper lot, monitor http://hccmo.com/easter-concours-delegance-2019/.  The event includes MG-Triumph Challenge X.

27 Apr 19Caffeine & Chrome, at Gateway Classic Cars, 1237 Central Park Dr, O’Fallon, IL, 8:30 AM-Noon.  Complementary coffee, donuts and self tours of the showroom.  For info, call (618)271-3000.

3 May 198th Annual Union Methodist Church Car Cruise, 5:30 PM-8:30 M, UUMC rear upper parking lot at 721 E Main St, Belleville.  50/50 drawing, food available, no alcohol or burnouts.  For info call (618)235-3959.

4 May 19 19th Annual Elsberry Classics on Wheels Car Show, 9 AM-3 PM, Elsberry City Park (4th and Broadway).  Dash plaques to the first 75 cars to register; registration $20, 9 AM-Noon, judging Noon-2 PM, awards at 3 PM.  For more information, contact Michael Short at mshort17@hotmail.com or (636)577-2514.

4 May 1957th Annual Azalea Festival Car Show, Courthouse Square, Fredericktown, MO.  For info, contact Peggy Yount (573)631-0692.

10 May 19Misfit Toyz Car, Truck & Bike Cruise, 2nd Friday each month, April through October, 6-10 PM.  At Hardees, 2580 Lemay Ferry Rd, St Louis.

18 May 19Cars & Coffee/Westport, 8 AM-11 AM.

25 May 19Caffeine & Chrome, at Gateway Classic Cars, 1237 Central Park Dr, O’Fallon, IL, 8:30 AM-Noon.  Complementary coffee, donuts and self tours of the showroom.  For info, call (618)271-3000.

2 Jun 19—Annual St Louis European Auto Show, at the Chesterfield Outlet Mall, 17057 N Outer 40 Rd.  Info at http://stleuropeanautoshow.com.

15 Jun 19Cars & Coffee/Westport, 8 AM-11 AM.

15 JunHazelwood Baptist Church Annual Car Show & Festival, 10 AM-4 PM, 6161 Howdershell Rd, Hazelwood.  Open to vehicles 30 years and older, no charge, food, beverage and live music all day plus a free dinner, awards and program for car owners after the show.  Registration and other info at www.hazelwoodbaptist.com or call (314)731-2244, on-site sign-in from 8 AM to 1 PM.

16 Jun 19Annual Father’s Day Car Show, at the Museum of Transportation, 11 AM-2 PM.

29 Jun 19Caffeine & Chrome, at Gateway Classic Cars, 1237 Central Park Dr, O’Fallon, IL, 8:30 AM-Noon.  Complementary coffee, donuts and self tours of the showroom.  For info, call (618)271-3000.

12 Jul 19Misfit Toyz Car, Truck & Bike Cruise, 2nd Friday each month, April through October, 6-10 PM.  At Hardees, 2580 Lemay Ferry Rd, St Louis.

20 Jul 19Cars & Coffee/Westport, 8 AM-11 AM.

9 Aug 19Misfit Toyz Car, Truck & Bike Cruise, 2nd Friday each month, April through October, 6-10 PM.  At Hardees, 2580 Lemay Ferry Rd, St Louis.

17 Aug 19Cars & Coffee/Westport, 8 AM-11 AM.

7-8 Sept 192019 Spirit of St Louis Air Show & STEM Expo, Spirit of St Louis Airport, featuring the US Navy Blue Angels and Royal Air Force Red Arrows, plus an F-22A demo, warbirds, stunt pilots and more.  Tickets available at spirit-airshow.com, no tickets sold at the gate. LBC owners, grab your bulldogs and Union Jacks and come out to cheer on the Arrows!

13 Sept 19Misfit Toyz Car, Truck & Bike Cruise, 2nd Friday each month, April through October, 6-10 PM.  At Hardees, 2580 Lemay Ferry Rd, St Louis. T-

21 Sept 19Cars & Coffee/Westport, 8 AM-11 AM.

11 Oct 19Misfit Toyz Car, Truck & Bike Cruise, 2nd Friday each month, April through October, 6-10 PM.  At Hardees, 2580 Lemay Ferry Rd, St Louis.

19 Oct 19Cars & Coffee/Westport, 8 AM-11 AM.

St Louis Car Shows and Cruises: http://clubs.hemmings.com/lakerscarclub

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