First Friday at The Steam Plant
To all car club members:
Every month the Steam Plant participates in First Friday. Friday June 3, 2016 we would like to have a small car show in the Steam Plant parking lot with our Early Ford Club. We have room for 50 cars. First Friday is usually from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. We will have the lot blocked off early and you can come down around 3:30 or so if you would like to come early. Please contact me at 924-4782 or 951-2716 if you would like to reserve a spot for your car since space is limited.
We will have a food truck vendor there along with a beer garden from the Steam Plant Brewery. I am also looking for some car artists (someone who photographs or paints pictures of cars, etc.). If you know of someone please have them contact me or give me their name and I will contact them.
This particular week end also kicks off the Festival of Speed. They will be featuring 100 years of Ford Racing. Dave Vahala who is with the Porsche Club has asked if we would like to participate in any of the events. On Friday June 3, in Riverfront Park there will be a Vintage Racing Car Show and specialty car show. It is free. They are looking for about 5 vintage Fords (race cars or prepped for racing-focus would be great) to be on display. Saturday/Sunday, June 4-5, Spokane County Raceway Festival of Speed. Car Corral with admission benefiting Parkinson’s Resources. $25 includes car corral and 4-5 laps around the raceway. That would be pretty cool to see some early Ford V-8’s take some laps on the track! If you would like to participate in these events, please contact Dave Vahala at mobile 509-209-1025, office 509-448-7458. If you know of anyone else that may not be in our club, that would like to participate, please pass his information on to them. If you would like more information on the Festival of Speed you can visit their website at: http://www.spokanefestivalofspeed.com/
The Steam Plant is located at 159 S. Lincoln. The parking lot I am talking about is on the other side of the viaduct. Just past the alley. You can enter the parking lot from either Lincoln or Post St. I am attaching a map so you can see where we are. I have highlighted the lot in red. If you would like more information on the Steam Plant, you can go to www.steamplantspokane.com.
If you have any questions, please call me at the numbers above. I hope you can make it as I think it would be fun to show off our cars! We will get foot traffic as people usually go to more than one place. We are also walking distance to Riverfront Park.
Contact Annette Long for more information.