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|Discussion in 'Shows' started by gary lopez - Sep 24th, 2017 7:41 pm.|
We have 3 Region II events scheduled over the next several months. The Donegal, and Gettysburg information has been posted in our Gazette, and on the calendar of events on this website.
Donegal; our room block rate of $95 is valid with rooms booked by 9/27. If you are planning on attending, please book your room before the expiration date to avoid potential higher charges and/or no vacancies. This is a room trading only event.
Gettysburg; the hotel has opened our block for reservations to begin and you may call to book your rooms for our 3rd winter rendevous. This event is growing and gaining traction. We had attendees from a dozen states last year, and had great room trading and a large auction. Good times. Come join us
Lancaster Nationals. I am hosting the event along with Dan Peltz as my cohost. The event will be held at the Lancaster Marriott, with adjoining convention center. We have a meeting scheduled with facilities in October, and I hope to be able to provide hotel reservation information around the end of the year. There are many great site-seeing opportunities, restaurants, antique shops and flea markets in the area. There is no shortage of things to do or places to visit within a short drive of the hotel. If you plan on flying; Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and Baltimore airports are within 1 to 2 hours drive of Lancaster. We will communicate ongoing via this bulletin board, our Gazette, and magazine, and Joe's message board. Please feel free to contact me if you have any general questions. My contact information missed the directory (oops), but you can find it in the announcements in the Gazette, and in our show calendar, as well as posting in Joe's show calendar.