42th Annual BASH: May 20
Bring A Sunbeam Here
It’s spring! Let’s get together and see Rootes cars… drive cars… discuss and diagnose cars.
Have some food. Have some fun!
at Joe and Kerch McConlogue’s TajMaGarage
820 Fishing Creek Valley Road (PA Route 443)
Harrisburg, PA 17112
(Site is about 1 mile east of
intersection of PA 443 and PA 322)
2017 BASH Itinerary: Day of BASH, May 20
Early-Bird Activity: Friday Evening, May 19
This is usually a one day event, but if you’re in town on Friday evening, we’ll be having dinner (Dutch treat) at The Stoney Creek Inn 150 Erie St. Dauphin, PA 17018.
Stoney Creek Inn is in the sprawling metro-plex of Dauphin Borough (population 791 in 2010) just north of Harrisburg.
Our dinner will be in the dining room but if you get there a little early, we’ll have drinks on the beautiful deck overlooking the beautiful Stoney Creek with its wild life in its natural environment, Blue Heron, Ducks, Eagles, Falcons and Jumping Trout all make an appearance to our outdoor diners.
Day of the BASH: Saturday, May 20
(all times approximate)
Morning: Arrive, drink coffee, etc
Display our Beams for oohs & ahhs, questions & answers
Noon: luncheon buffet
1:30 pm: 2nd annual Blue Mountain Run: A gimmick rally (with prizes!)
Last year we got rained out. It can’t happen two years in a row, right?
Staying over Saturday night after the BASH?
This is Carlisle Import and Performance Car weekend. (Yep, that’s a new name!) And the site is close by.
Here are some other great places to visit as part of your BASH experience.
Need a place to stay?
A variety of lodging is available nearby.
BASH Registration: Deadline May 14
Fee: $20 each person. Children ten and under free.
Use the form and pay using PayPal.
Or download the form (with mailing instructions) and mail us a check.
More information: Contact Joe McConlogue
Day of event contact (like if you’re lost or something) (443) 255-3401
If you want to trailer your car, please let us know. If your car can drive ¼ mile, there’s plenty of space. If it won’t move under its own power, we need to talk first – our driveway can be a challenge.