Live from Cincinnati Ohio.. to this weekends class on everything cool about your classic boat and how to do it yourself. These classes at the Antique Boat Center are a gold mine of information for any level Do it yourselfer. For me, it was just to have adult supervision when I tried the basics. Which scare the crap out of me… or used to.. After watching Dick Warner screw up his stripes, I felt better.. Thanks Dick.. This weekends class is no different.. Fun folks with fun folks having.. guess what? a fun time with classic boats.. Now, I just heard that Lou had left, so I guess he got tired on that pole… Read way below on this page to see reference.. So.. here are some snap shots live from the event… AND… OH GOODY GOODY, they gave us no copy.. so .. WE GET TO MAKE THEM UP! Wooohoooo!
There is always something fun going on at The Antique Boat Center, not to mention that when you are there, you get to drool over 60 boats in there showroom.. You can even leave with one! Dang! Here is the next two events,
January 21st –
Thomas Holmes, President – Century Boat Club, Inc. Thomas is a Century guy thru and thru. He was born and raised in Manistee, MI (home of Century Boat Co.) Thomas’ father was a key employee at Century and Thomas worked at the factory as a young man. His presentation will be about “What makes a Century a Century!”
February 18th –
Charles Mistele has owned the original 1930 Garwood “Miss America IX” for 42 years and will speak of life with a living legend.