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McLaren Vale Vintage and Classic Sunday 5 April 2020

Here some info from our hosts after the parade, Fox Creek Wines…

Dear Car Lovers

Hi Car Owners and welcome guest of Fox Creek Vintage and Classic Car Day 2020.

Thank you for participation in this fabulous event, I am emailing you so you know what we have available for the day. 

Please pass on to all your members strictly no BYO alcohol and food. Fox Creek will have wine, beer and gin available for purchase. 

On arrival you will be show where to park your beautiful cars. It will be directly on display where everyone and you will see it for the whole afternoon.

You will be able to sit back and enjoy music by ‘Puffin Billy’ .

Food by “Signor Arrosticini” traditional Italian street food. (See menu below)

Non- alcoholic drinks and ice creams by Miss Buttercup.

WHAT TO BRING:

You picnic rug or chairs.

Your own picnic glass or we will have  our stemless outdoor glasses available (refundable deposit of $5)

Your dancing shoes!

Lastly  but the best till last – all Vintage Car Holders  automatically on purchase of a bottle of Fox Creek Wines go into the drawto win a 6 pack of our award winning wines. Drawn at 3pm but you must be there to claim.

Bugeye Burble February

February Bugeye Burble and 2020 Sprite Club Calendar

Here is the February Bugeye Burble and Coming Events…………………………….. 

Keep an eye on the Sprite Club Website, Email Postings and Sprite Club Facebook Page for more information………… 

9 February          36th All British Day – Echunga Oval – 9.00am – 3.00pm

The annual All British Day is a chance to display our Members car and view over 850 British vehicles. Entry to the oval is from 9.00am. The display will be between 10.30am and 3.00pm.

Excellent Catering, Displays and Trade Stalls are available as well.

For more information: www.allbritishday.com

10 February        Technical Night at Marque Restorations – Meet 6.00pm for 6.30pm Start

We will be visiting Gerard Miller’s Marque Restorations at 5 Goodall Ave, Kilkenny (corner of Torrens Road) for a technical night.  Catered BBQ from 6.00pm, with tour of the workshops afterwards.

22 February        Sprite Club Classic Sports Car Cruise – Meet 4.30pm, Depart 5.00pm

The first cruise for 2020 will be a special event and will be supporting those affected by the recent bushfires.  The gathering point will be K Mart Car Park Glynburn Rd, Firle. 

Further info on the event contact Pat Miller 0421 289 706  Email nanmiller@adam.com.au

1 March               MSCA Trophy Presentation Day – Mount Barker Football Club – 11.00am

Everyone is invited to the MSCA Presentation Day for the 2019 class awards. 

We are being hosted by Mount Barker Football Club, Alexandrina Road, Mount Barker. 

More information at www.mscasa.com

2 March               General Meeting – Meeting starts at 8.00pm.

Fullarton Park Community Centre, 411 Fullarton Road, Fullarton Park.

18 March             Mid-Week Meander – “Head to the Hills”            

Russell and Judy Schmarr have organised the first Mid-Week Meander for 2020.

Mark your calendars now! More details to follow.

22 March             MSCA Mallala Super Sprint & Come’n’Try – Round 1 – Mallala Motorsport Park

The Sprite Club have been rostered for flagging duties at this Round so please come along and get yourself trackside to see some motorsport action up close.

Officials briefing at 8.30am.  On track action from 10.00am

36th All British Day – Echunga Oval – 9.00am – 3.00pm

The annual All British Day is a chance to display our Members car and view over 850 British vehicles. This year the theme is AA (the lead organisation before the RAA) 100 years of Bentley and Armstrong Siddeley, so there will be some special interest vehicles as the main display.

Entry to the oval is from 9.00am. The display will be between 10.30am and 3.00pm.

Public Entry is $8.00 Adult, $4.50 Children – Parking Available

Excellent Catering, Displays and Trade Stalls are available as well.For More information: www.allbritishday.com

Sprite Club of South Australia Supports the Bushfire RelieF

We are all aware of the effect the recent bushfires have had to the various South Australian Communities in the Adelaide Hills and Kangaroo Island, as well as many other localities around Australia.

While there are many Bushfire Relief Fundraising events being held and the various donation tins at most shopping centres and retail outlets, the Committee of the Sprite Club of South Australia has taken a slightly different approach to the Bushfire Relief.

At our various social drives and runs that we are conducting, we will ensure that we head to these affected areas and stop to purchase either coffee, cake, meals or petrol from the retail outlets in these communities.

This will directly assist the financial economy of these businesses and communities and assist them in the major rebuilding process that needs to occur over the coming months and years.

While this may be a small contribution, the Committee hopes that the members will support this direct contribution with attendance at the various events calendared over the year.

Yours Spritely

Gordon Boyce (President) and the Committee

Sprite Club of South Australia