We have a club drive coming up next weekend. Details have been sent out via email to all members. Hope you can make it. – Posted 6/25/17
Email reminders have gone out for the upcoming drive this weekend (6/17/17). Details are included in the email and are also available on the Facebook Activity page.
It’s time to head to Lexington and meet up with the Bluegrass Region for the 2017 Keeneland Concours.
The Club will be purchasing 50 tickets which includes 25 car passes for the paddock parking. The first 25 cars to arrive the morning of the drive will receive a ticket for the driver and a car pass. The remaining tickets will be given to drivers first. Once all drivers have received a ticket any remaining tickets will be given to passengers. Tickets will be available day of show as we drive in.
We will meet at 9:45am in the parking lot of Dairy Queen next to Bachman VW on Hurstbourne, with a departure time of 10am. You can head home at your leisure.
The Kentucky and Bluegrass Regions came together for the second time this year for a drive to the Town Branch Distillery in Lexington. We had about a dozen cars start out in Louisville and we took a scenic route toward our lunch spot in Midway where we would meet up with the members from the Bluegrass Region. The back roads of Kentucky are an absolute joy this time of year. We did catch up to a rather large piece of farm equipment moving along our route and it was impressive to watch oncoming traffic navigate it way around. Soon enough our paths diverged and we were able to proceed. We stopped for lunch at Mezzo Italian Cafe in Midway and they did a great job for us. It was quite the sight seeing the town square filled with all of our cars. After lunch, we continued our journey into Lexington and visited Town Branch Distillery. This is also home to the Alltech Brewery which is the maker of beers such as Kentucky Ale, Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale and Kentucky Kolsch. This facility is located just a short walk from Rupp Arena. The visitor center, distillery and brewery are all closely situated and as a part of the tour you have the option to sample four of any of their products. One of my favorite samples was Bluegrass Sundown which is a dark roasted coffee infused with Kentucky bourbon and sugar.
May 8th at 7PM at Karen Koenig and Mark Nally’s home
April 23rd at 9AM thru June 4th at 12AM
June 12th at 7pm at Edward and Stasia Hessel’s House
July 10th at 7PM at Jim Doll’s House
July 23rd at 9AM thru September 3rd at 12AM