Western Region Lincoln & Continental Owners Club Event Calendar
Upcoming Event Calendar for the Lincoln & Continental Owners Club Western Region.
We present our club events and other events we think you may be interested in. If you have an event you would like listed here please contact us through the contact us link on this page.
The Mullin Museum one of the most elegant and eclectic automotive museums in Southern California, is inviting LCOC and classic car owners to a drive-in meetup event at the museum on Feb 22 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Owners who register their cars will have a unique opportunity to not only see all the visitors’ classic vehicles, but receive free admission to tour the museum.
This is the inaugural classic car meetup for 2020 at the Mullin. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with other car hobbyists and visit this treasure of a museum!
This festive and popular annual event features pre-1976 vehicles in a gorgeous display in the center of Old Towne Orange near some of the best restaurants in Orange County and numerous antique stores and art galleries. The show will offer drawings, giveaways and over 30 trophies and awards. DJ Thumper will be spinning the oldies and 30 specialty vendors will be on hand.
Show Hours 8 am to 3 pm
Orange Plaza Rotary is the proud host of the Annual Orange Plaza Car Show. Money raised will help fund community outreach programs, youth education, and literacy programs.
Nearly 400 pre-1976 Street Rods, Custom and Classic vehicles will be on display. The show is estimated to bring out 15,000+ spectators to the beautiful Plaza area in the City of Orange. It is a wonderful event for the entire family to enjoy. Local restaurants and shops will welcome all in attendance. There is no admission fee for spectators.
Registration for car show entries is currently sold out. But, there will be standby registration on the day of the event.
The Orange Plaza Car Show is a short walking distance from the Orange Transportation Center. Take the Metrolink or OCTA and you are there!
Driving to the show? Get off the 57 or 55 freeways at Chapman Avenue and head toward the center of Orange. You can’t miss it! Free parking available in public lots surrounding the Orange Plaza Car Show.
What Can I Bring Into the Show?
You are welcome to bring your children and infants in strollers, bottled water and snacks in coolers. WE DON’T ALLOW PETS, GLASS CONTAINERS, RECREATIONAL SCOOTERS, ROLLER SKATES OR BICYCLES. NO ALCOHOL!!! WE HAVE A ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY AND ALL VIOLATORS WILL BE CITED BY ON-DUTY ORANGE POLICE OFFICERS.
The Muckenthaler Motor Car Festival one of Southern California’s most popular spring car shows, now is accepting entries for both the hot rod and classic elements of the festival. Be sure to put this traditional Fullerton, CA show on your calendar either as a participant or a spectator.
The festival is an invitation only event dedicated to preserving the rich heritage of Southern California’s automotive history. There are separate entries for hot rods and for classic and concours vehicles. To participate in the show you will need to submit an application to the festival committee for their review, along with a brief description of your entry and current photo. The judging staff of the Muckenthaler Motor Car Festival seeks to recognize those vehicles that demonstrate the best originality and authenticity while valuing design, styling and elegance. Admission tickets will be available soon on the festival’s website.
For Hot Rods show participation
For Concours and Classic Vehicles show participation
One of the best California coastal car events of the year will be held June 6 and 7 and now is open for registration. This has been one of LCOC’s most popular shows over the years. In this “meet within a meet” our cars have been collocated in a gorgeous setting with ample shade and a pond, making for beautiful photos.
At the Sunday show prizes will be awarded for concours and driver quality cars in numerous classes. Everyone has a chance to win! Class winners receive a large bucket of Mothers cleaning supplies and a trophy so there are lots of good reasons to enter. Depending on the number of entries per class 2nd and 3rd place trophies also will be awarded.
Gourmet food options are available and LCOC will offer free coffee and pastry options to members as in past years.
Vehicle registration fees are $30 for the Saturday hot rods and customs event and $40 for the Sunday concours. Spectator admission is $10, with children under 16 admitted free with an adult.
The beautiful venue is at the HB Central Park directly behind the HB Library at 7111 Talbert Ave. The event will feature Dave Kunz, KABC-TV Channel 7 automobile expert, as Grand Marshal, live entertainment by Aprile Deanne DJ/Vocalist, Hot Wheels racing and model trains for the kids, good food and interesting vendors.
The Saturday event features Hot Rods and Custom Automobiles. The Sunday event features Classic Cars and Motorcycles and includes various forms of fun entertainment. The HB Concours d’ Elegance is a non-profit organization benefiting the Children’s Resource Center at the Huntington Beach Central Library. See http://www.hbconcours.org/ for more info. Click here to access the event flyers. This year’s show will recognize famed designers Bill Mitchell and Raymond Loewy. Featured marques for 2020 are Avanti, Toyota, Acura and Impala.
The Rolls Royce and Bentley Drivers Club of Southern California is returning to the 2020 HB Concours after a successful inaugural annual National Points Meet last year. Even more cars are expected this year following an excellent showing last year.
“If ever there was a year to bring your Lincoln to a Homecoming, this is it,” said David Schultz, chairman of the Lincoln Motor Car Foundafion. “We encourage Lincoln owners to bring their cars in any condifion—restored, original, parfially restored, or somewhere in-between. We want to see Lincolns on display.”
Every Lincoln owner is encouraged to attend and display their Lincoln, but all are welcome with or without a display vehicle. To be judged on the show field, you must be a member of the appropriate four Lincoln clubs sponsoring this Centennial Homecoming, which you can join while when registering for this meet.
The Homecoming is the only national meet sponsored by LCOC this year. The 2-part event will begin Sunday in Dearborn and then migrate to Kakamzoo on Wednesday. See below for the event schedule.
Make your hotel reservation(s) first and then complete your meet reservation.
Our host hotel in Dearborn is The Dearborn Inn-Marriott, 20301 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124. This hotel offers excellent rooms and fine dining in an urban oasis spanning 23 landscaped acres. The room rate is $164 plus tax. A limited number of rooms are available at this rate; please reserve rooms and register early. To make room reservations, you must call 313-271-2700 and use the code “Lincoln 100” to obtain this special rate. Room reservation cut-off is July 1. Trailer parking is available in a separate hotel lot during your stay.
Our host hotel in Kalamazoo is the Four Points Sheraton by Kalamazoo, 3600 E. Cork Street, Kalamazoo, Michigan 49001. This hotel offers excellent accommodations, fine dining, and exceptional amenities. The hotel is just over 15 miles from Hickory Corners. Complimentary hot breakfast for two is included in your room rate of $120.00 plus tax.
To make room reservations, call 269-385-3922 and use the code “Lincoln Club” to get this special room rate, which is good for three days prior to and after the meet. We have added a second hotel, the Holiday Inn Express, 3630 E Cork St., Kalamazoo, Michigan. The room rate is $120. Call 269-373-0770 and use the code “Lincoln Club” to get this special room rate. Room reservation cut-off for both Kalamazoo hotels.
Click here to register for the Homecoming. Scroll to the bottom of the page to complete the Online Form or to Register by Mail. You must complete each page of the Online Form to access subsequent pages. The grand total of charges will accrue during the registration process.
Schedule of Events: The fun begins in Dearborn on Sunday evening, August 2, with a cocktail party at the historic Dearborn Inn, built in 1929 by Henry and Edsel Ford as an airport hotel.
On Monday, August 3, several tours will be offered: the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House, the original Ford Piquette factory, and the Lincoln Continental assembly plant in Flat Rock, Mich. Dinner will be on your own that evening.
On Tuesday, the Monday tour schedule will be repeated, with the added tour to the Detroit Historical Society and the Museum Motown. That evening there’ll be a gala dinner inside The Henry Ford Museum. Attendees may tour the museum from 6 to 11 p.m. The guest speaker will be Joy Falotico, President of the Lincoln Motor Company and Ford Motor Company’s chief marketing officer.
On Wednesday morning, all Lincolns in attendance will gather at Ford World Headquarters for a display that will last into early afternoon. Attendees may enjoy lunch at the Ford Motor Company cafeteria and visit the Ford/Lincoln gift shop. Following lunch, attendees will depart for Hickory Corners and the host hotel, the Four Points by Sheraton Kalamazoo.
Thursday and Friday will be driving tour days. The committee has scheduled several interesting tours: the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, a cruise on Lake Michigan departing from Saugatuck, the historic village of Marshall, the Vicksburg Historical Village, and the Kalamazoo Air Zoo.
On Thursday evening, there’ll be a “Welcome” buffet at the Four Points by Sheraton Kalamazoo hotel.
On Friday evening, there’ll be a cocktail reception for all Homecoming attendees at the Lincoln Motor Car Museum and Research Center, followed by a banquet and the traditional auction of Lincoln parts and memorabilia to benefit the LMCF Endowment Fund.
The big day will be Saturday—a display of 100 years of Lincolns adjacent to the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum and Research Center. All four Lincoln clubs will have cars on display and will do their own judging. That evening, a gala dinner will be held, at which time awards will be presented. Tentatively scheduled to speak that evening is Jim Farley, Ford Motor Company’s Executive Vice President and President, Global Markets. Several Lincoln and Ford executives are also expected to attend.
On Sunday, the celebration will continue with a display of all Lincolns on the grounds adjacent to the Lincoln museum, with a parade of Lincolns on Gilmore Car Museum grounds.