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Join us on Tuesday May 9 at 6:30pm for some homemade Minestrone soup and tossed salad at our May club meeting.
Following dinner and a brief meeting, we will show the 1969 version of "The Italian Job" starring Michael Caine, several "real" Minis (not those modern BMW thingies), a Miura losing an argu ment with a bulldozer and a number of Alfa Romeo police cars stuck in traffic.
Remember to bring your old magazines for the exchange. This month Fred will be bringing a large pile that all have Alfa articles. Some are older and some are new. Free exchange to anyone who attends.
If you want, bring popcorn or finger desserts to share. Beverages will be provided.
Wild About Cars Garage 11200 Kirkland Way #200, Kirkland, WA 98033
Join us for the 4th Annual NWARC Garden Tour on June 10, 2017. Heronswood Gardens, Kingston, WA, Windcliff Garden, Indianola, WA
This year we will have a special treat! Renowned gardener, Dan Hinkley will guide us on a tour of both his Heronswood and Windcliff Gardens. Dan Hinkley is an American plantsman, garden writer, horticulturist and nurseryman who collects rare and unusual plants from around the world for his gardens. The original garden, Heronswood, is set in a shady glen. The newer Windcliff garden is on the bright, windswept shores of Puget Sound. Each garden has unique collections for its environment.
There will be two routes to get to Kingston on the Kitsap Penninsula. The Seattle group will meet at the Edmonds-Kingston Ferry and then drive the short distance to the Heronswood Garden. A group from the South Sound will meet in Gig Harbor and drive north to Kingston.
The Heronswood tour will begin at 10:00 AM. Later, pre-ordered box lunches will be delivered to a covered picnic area at Heronswood. After the lunch break, we will visit the Windcliff Garden.
The cost is $20.00 for Heronswood and $10.00 for Windcliff. You may choose both or either garden to visit. Box lunches will be provided by Market Fresh Catering and will be charged for separately. . Driving directions and lunch menus will be sent upon RSVP to .
Northwest Alfa Romeo Club - Eighth Annual Pre-Historics Barbecue, 3p at the Patiz home, Auburn, WA. On the first day of the Pacific Northwest Historic Races at Pacific Raceways, club members Gary and Marie Patitz.