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.
- Our friends from the Packard Club have invited us to join with them on Sunday Dec 15 to view unique and exotic collector cars at the Collector Car Vault, Santa Paula, CA. This is a reschedule of an event that was planned for November 3rd but canceled due to fires in the area. Here’s an opportunity for an excellent day trip for a special car viewing and social experience! But you must act quickly. Even if you sent your RSVP earlier, please repeat it for the new date.
If you would like to attend please contact Andrew Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org
10 a.m.- OPTIONAL – Depart Denny’s in Sylmar (12861 Encinitas Ave, Sylmar, CA 91342) to caravan together in to Santa Paula. Denny’s is right off the Roxford exit of I-5 with easy access to return to the freeway. If you want to eat, arrive earlier, we will be leaving for Santa Paula at 10AM sharp.
11 a.m. – Arrive Collector Car Vault (18201 E Telegraph Rd., Santa Paula, CA 93060). The Collector Car Vault will have approximately 120 cars we can view up close, not all cars being stored there will be viewable. We will hear from automotive historian John Nikas, who will deliver an informative presentation tailored to Packards, Hudsons, and other independent makes. After the talk, John will take us on a tour of the facility before we depart for lunch.
12:55 p.m. – Depart for Lunch at Rabalais’ Bistro – 861 E Main St., Santa Paula, CA 93060 at the corner of Davis & Main). Lunch is at your own cost, and due to the size of our group, it’s almost assured we’ll need to be split up throughout the restaurant.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call Andrew at 818-474-0402.
Our annual winter LCOC National Board Meeting will be held January 16th – 18th in Clearwater, FL. Officers and the LCOC Board of Directors will be attending to set this year’s agenda and policy.
General members are welcome to attend the meetings as non-participating guests. Here is the venue info. If you are planning to attend please contact Paul Temple at email@example.com
Holiday Inn St. Petersburg N-Clearwater
Address 3535 Ulmerton Rd Clearwater, FL 33762
Direct # 727-577-9100
Hotel website – www.theclearwaterhotel.com
Rooms are $109.00 per night + taxes rate available 1/10/ thru 1/20/2020 rate code for room block is LCO or Lincoln Continental Owners Club.
Complimentary 24-hour shuttle to and from St. Pete/Clearwater Airport and Tampa International Airport.
The annual car show and BBQ sponsored by the Southern California Imperial Owners Inc. is the traditional first car event of the year for LCOC. Our cars and members have always been welcome at this Palm Springs post-New Year’s event, where fine weather, great people and good food have always been the norm. Save the date and check back here often for details and contact information. We will add the info as as soon as it is available.
Following an LCOC Western Region tradition our club will hold its annual pre-Valentine’s Day Kickoff Car Show and Brunch on Sunday Feb 9. Once again the LCOC Western Region is teaming up with the Cadillac and LaSalle Club to sponsor the event at the Lakewood Country Club in Lakewood, CA. Here’s your chance to break bread with your friends from LCOC while making new ones from the Cadillac and LaSalle Club.
The day will begin at 9 a.m. with tire kicking and socializing at the country club prior to a fantastic buffet brunch and a presentation by LCOC’s own Bazil LaRoche. Bazil and his partner Russell Harmon are among the newest of LCOC Western Region members. Despite their youth, both are enthusiastic and knowledgeable about our favorite hobby and are hands on, doing their own work on on several vintage cars, including Lincolns. You won’t want to miss Bazil’s program following the buffet.
Last year’s event was a success despite the threat of rain with many Lincoln and Cadillac owners bringing their classic cars for show. Fortunately, they got the car show completed, windows closed and convertible tops raised before the rains came. For 2020 we can only hope that Mother Nature will smile with brilliant sunshine on our efforts. Please plan to be there for good food and good fun.
The is no charge for your vehicle at the car show but the buffet is $45 per person. For more information and to RSVP for the brunch contact Betsy Davenport at firstname.lastname@example.org