We are going to do a murder mystery and mocktail (nonalcoholic drinks) party. Murder mysteries are a party game wherein one of the partygoers is secretly, and unknowingly, playing a murderer, and the other attendees must determine who among them is the criminal. This may involve the actual ‘murders’ of guests throughout the game, or may open with a ‘death’ and have the rest of the time devoted to investigation.
This will be a semi-formal event, era period clothing is preferred, but Sunday best will suffice as well. Please bring a potluck hors devours, although drinks and snacks will be served, you will probably want to get something basic to eat first. Bring your best crime fighting mindset and help us solve the mystery.
Monthly meeting! Come help us solve all of the world’s problems, or maybe just come and talk about Model A’s with friends.
Upcoming Tech Topics:
April 20th: Brakes – Presented by Pat
May 18th: 500 & 1,000 Mile Service – Presented by Roger
June 15th: Transmission Top End – Presented by Clyde
July 20th: Lubrication Points – Presented by Nicholas
August 17th: Model A Body Styles – Presented by Bill
September 21st: Replacing Points & Setting Timing – Presented by Bob Todd
October 19th: It’s a Surprise! – Presented by Diane
November 16th: Currently open, volunteers welcome to present tech talk
More details to come.
Another fun year is coming to an end as we complete our fifth year as a club. As with last years meeting, we will be having a “Christmas Dinner” on December 2nd at 6:00 p.m at Sizzler’s in Orem. Please come and enjoy the meal as we talk about cars and take a look back at 2017. We will also be saying goodbye to our current presidency and welcoming in the new one so be sure to come and enjoy the fun and have a good time together!
This will be a hub and spoke tour of the Redrock Canyonlands of Southern Utah and Northern Arizona. The tour will be based out of Kanab, Utah and travel through national parks and monuments of the area. The Canyonlands is home to miles of river canyons, mesas, buttes, slot canyons and brilliant red rock faces and peaks. We will tour through Bryce Canyon, which sits at the northernmost part of the Grand Staircase and stretches to the north rim of the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park, and the Grand Staircase-Escalate National Monument. Registration materials will be available in The Restorer and on the MAFCA website in early 2019.