Indiana Chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society Show
Lake James Classics
The Indiana Chapter of Antique and Classic Boat Society hosted an Antique & Classic Boat and Antique Car Show July 27, 2013. The show was located at the old Boat House Marine on Lake James near the Jimmerson Lake bridge.
Registration is Saturday morning. The show runs from 10-4. For more information about this annual show contact Mike McBride at firstname.lastname@example.org or 260-833-1853
The Indiana Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society offers the public to see the antique boats in several venues in Indiana each year. One of the events in held at the old Boat House Marine location on Lake James in the month of July each year.
The boats that are on display are wood and fiberglass and range in ages from the 1940's to the 1970's. Some of these boats will be coming from Indiana, as well as surrounding states. We try to preserve these classics and hope the community enjoys viewing our passion. We encourage the public to talk to the boat owners about their boats and their restoration.
The Lake James show will also showcase local artists who will display and sell their art. The local antique car club has joined us in the past and will be included again this year. We will welcome again the Michiana Antique Outboard Motor Club who will have antique motors on display. Also on the agenda will be food, beverages and live music for everyone's enjoyment.
The boat show is being sponsored by the Lake James Association, Dry Dock Marine Center, Dave's Lake Shack, TLA Signs and The Antique Boat Shoppe. We hope to see you on July 28. Show time is 10-4.
The July event will again be the Lake James show in Angola on July 28. This seems to be a growing event and this year is no exception. Besides the antique boats and cars, the Michiana Antique Outboard Motor Club will be attending. The Angola Art Guild will be showing and selling their art work. There will be food, beverages and music. Anyone wanting to come early are encouraged to do so. We have plenty of dock space in our neighborhood. We are anxious for the day to get here so we can get together with all of you boaters and meet new people with other antique interests. We will be having a get together dinner after the show at our local Italian restaurant. The room is reserved and we need to get a head count before the actual date. Please let us know if you are planning on dining with us!
If you need further information, please contact Mike McBride at email@example.com or 260/833-1853. Read more about Wooden Boats in Indiana at http://indianaacbs.com/