40th Annual BASH: Bring a Sunbeam Here
2015 BASH Itinerary
820 Fishing Creek Valley Road (PA Route 443)
Harrisburg, PA 17112
Site is about 1 mile east of intersection of PA 443 and PA 322)
Early-Bird Activity: Friday Evening, May 15
This is usually a one day event, but if you’re in town on Friday evening, we’ll be having dinner (Dutch treat) at Zia Trattoria in Linglestown, PA. Zia’s is an Italian Restaurant about 5 miles east of PA Route 322 on PA 39 (Linglestown Road: in “downtown” Linglestown. Plenty of parking in the rear). Our reservation is at 6:30. It’s BYOB. Our table will be in the front facing the street.
Directions are at http://www.ziashbg.com/Italian-Restaurant-Location-Harrisburg-PA.html
5948 Linglestown Road, Harrisburg, PA 17112
Please advise BASH registration if you plan to dine and spend the evening with us. We want to be sure there’s plenty of space at the table.
Saturday, May 16
(all times approximate)
Morning: Arrive, drink coffee, etc.
Noon: luncheon buffet
1:30 pm: Short Gimmick Rally on local roads
3 pm: Valve Cover Racing
Display our Beams for oohs and ahhs, questions and answers.
Website TESTING: An opportunity to say what works and what doesn’t.
Tech session on Sunbeam lighting.
Prizes for ALL kinds of stuff!
Staying over Saturday night after the BASH?
This is Carlisle Import and Kit Car weekend. And the site is close!
Here are some other great places to visit as part of your BASH experience
Need a place to stay?
A variety of lodging is available near by. If you want additional help figuring out where to stay or if you want to camp, please call us (717) 474-8311
BASH Registration: Deadline May 9
Fee: $25 each person. Children ten and under free.
Use the form and pay using PayPal.
Or download the details and registration form (with mailing instructions) available after the online form
More information: Contact Joe McConlogue or call (717) 474-8311
Day of event contact (like if you’re lost or something) (443) 255-3401
If you want to trailer your car, please let us know. If your car can drive ¼ mile, there’s plenty of space. If it won’t move under its own power, we need to talk first – our driveway can be a challenge.