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Our Sunbeams will be part of the display for the huge crowds that come to the Rough and Tumble Engineers Historical Association live “Spring Steam Up”.
Of course you should bash the BASH with a live Sunbeam too and without steaming, please.
Recommended arrival time is 8 to 10AM. Later OK.
All Sunbeams will be parked as a group and Beamers in non-Beams will be allowed to park nearby.
Entrance to R & T is $5.00 per person IF you show a Rootes Review or old TEAE newsletter.
Don’t get the newsletter? You must not be a member of TEAE. Join here. Depending on the specifics of your membership, just around $30 a year.
Ted Casey’s your host at this entertaining educational and large operating exhibit of live steam equipment of yesteryear. Everything is operating from huge prairie steam traction engines, earth moving equipment, farm equipment, stationary power equipment and a Shay train that provides rides.
Local Dutch country food is available along with excursions to local Amish shopping centers like Paradise, Intercourse and Bird-In-Hand and factory outlets of Lancaster. There is something for everyone.
We also plan to have the Tiger TAC process in place.
Please Pre-register with Tom Calvert by phone at (410) 255.8964 or by email to email@example.com
Enjoy a comedy dinner theater, How The Other Half Loves, at the Rainbow Dinner theater.
Please send $44/person for dinner and theater payment to Tom Ehrhart before April 23.
At the adjacent Best Western Motor Lodge for $84.99 those staying overnight.
Reference “Rootes America” for group rate.
Online reservations, select “Paradise” hotel
or call: (717) 687-7683
Details on TEAE’s www.RootesAmerica.org website
More info: call Ted Casey at ( 717) 354-9276 or Tom Ehrhart at (717) 832-1116
Saturday May 8th is Steam Up day at Rough & Tumble: a living experience where equipment in use when America was a burgeoning industrial and agricultural empire is fired up and running again for a large public following. Everything from tiny to HUGE stationary engines, traction engines, Ag and earth moving equipment, a Shay engine with passenger train rides, and more. There is an early 20th century life style exhibit, a AutoHaus and a variety of other displays.
And of course, our Beams will be on display in the Sunbeam Corral. After all, this is an educational experience. We might as well educate the public about our hobby, too.
Lunch is on your own at the Food Court. Local Lancaster County Dutch Country food is offered. We’ll do our best to harness ourselves as a group and eat together at Noon.
Ted Casey will give us a personal tour of the historical association facilities. He will also arrange transportation to local Lancaster County shops and factory outlets for those who aren’t entertained with history and steam.
Tiger Authentication (TAC) is planned. Please preregister. See below.
For those who prefer to arrive Friday and socialize, an evening with a scrumptious all-you-can-eat Rainbow Dinner theater experience is in store for you. Playing is a comedy, “How The Other Half Loves.”
Deadline for $44/person dinner theater group rate is April 23, 2010.
Make checks payable to: Tiger Tom’s and mail to: Tiger Tom, 1924 Black’s Bridge Road, Annville, PA 17003
Contact Tiger Tom by phone (717) 832-1116 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Rooms have been blocked with special rates at the adjoining Best Western Revere Inn & Suites. Great parking for our cars too.
Deadline for group hotel rate ($84.99/couple) April 10, 2010
Rough-N-Tumble Engineers Historical Association event in Kinzer, PA near Lancaster
Date: May 8, 2010
Start time: 10 a.m.
A family day of watching, listening and smelling machines actually work, exhibits, antique cars, Sunbeams (yours). An educational and entertaining day.
Dinner theater Friday evening (May 7) for early arrivals.
More info on this event to follow
Want to participate in the planning? Contact TigerTom
May 15-16, 2009
The Carlisle Import Kit/Replicar Nationals 2009 is our destination but it’s the camaraderie of the club that is remembered throughout the year!
We will once again kick off the BASH with a visit to Allenberry Resort & Playhouse on Friday evening May 15th. Enjoy dinner (along with Allenberry’s famous sticky buns!) and the comedy, “Steel Magnolia’s”. We hope you can join in on the fun!
Dinner at the playhouse is $51 for each adult.
We will have a tent on the Fairgrounds show field Saturday the 16th which will serve as our hospitality site with donuts and coffee for the early risers and lunch served between 11:30 and 1:30.
Lunch is $8 for each adult. Children under 12 are free.
A tentative excursion to the US Army Heritage & Education Center in Carlisle is being planned for the afternoon. The Heritage Center’s “Living Heritage Day” features reenactments along with exhibits inside and outside the center.
We will wrap up our day with a scenic tour through countryside with a stop for dinner (meal at your own expense).
Please join us for a great weekend with your fellow Sunbeamers!
More info on the Carlisle show is available here
If you have any questions, please contact Carl or Vonda Moon at (717) 600-2021 or at email@example.com
Download the flier here with info on sending your payment.
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