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Its movie night for the May 10 club meeting. Back at Wild About Cars Garage we’ll hold a short meeting to start the evening, then use their big screen to watch the wonderful movie about Enzo Ferrari by Carlo Carlei. It nicely covers his life and features Alfa Romeo with cars from the Museo Storico Alfa Romeo. The movie will run just past 9PM so we aim to get it started on time at 7PM.
Where: Wild About Cars, 11200 Kirkland Way #200, Kirkland When: Tuesday April 12 6:30 – 9:00 PM
Food: Order dinner ahead of time or bring your food.
Popcorn, water, Coke, wine will be provided.
Either one... let them know you want your food delivered around 6:45 PM to: Wild About Cars,11200 Kirkland Way, Ste. 200, Kirkland, WA 98033.
Coming up on Saturday, June 4, we’ll hold our annual Garden Tour. We plan to meet at Pt. Defiance Botanical Gardens at 9:30 AM where we will view the 7 gardens in the bowl including a tour of the Native Plant Garden. Tour through the 5 Mile Drive ending at the Pt. Defiance Tap & Grill for lunch. After lunch visit Jungle Fever Exotics nursery then tour down Ruston Way through the Port of Tacoma up Marine View Drive to the Powells Wood Gardens in Federal Way. Finally visiting Furney's Nursery on Pacific Hwy in Des Moines for those who are inspired to add to their gardens.
This year we head for the North East corner of Washington State. There were a lot of fires last year, but plenty of great spots, nice people, and wonderful roads remain so we’re going there.
The first day, September 17, we’ll head across Stevens Pass and make it most of the way to the Kettle Falls area. The second day, we’ll head to up to Metaline Falls, Boundary Dam, and then head back west through Sherman Pass. The last day has us heading west on Hwy 20 through the North Cascades and back to Seattle.
In all, it should be about 900 miles so plan accordingly. Many wonderful roads and a chance to stretch the cars legs as we go. I’ll have the hotel details in next month’s newsletter.
Save the dates of September 17-19! Spokane and our east- ern Washington members can easily join along and meet us en- route.