August 1, 2001

Regional and local events that include Mustangs in their activites may be listed in this column by sending the necessary information to Mustang Monthly, P.O. Box 7157, Lakeland, FL 33807. Listings must be submitted at least 120 days prior to the event. Please type listings if possible.

July 13-14, Searcy, AR
The 14th Annual Searcyfest. There will be a poker run on Friday night and a show on Saturday at Berryhill Park. Open show with 100-point judging. More than 70 trophies. For more information, call (501) 729-5778.

July 14, Frederick, MD
The 2nd Annual All-Makes Car and Truck Show and Vendor Swap Meet at the Walkersville, Maryland, Fire Company carnival grounds from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., hosted by the Mid-Maryland Ford Club. The top 150 all makes, models, and years. Participant voting. For more information, call either Ron at (301) 694-7093 or David at (301) 570-2077 on weekdays after 6 p.m. or visit the Web site www.xecu.net/mmfc.

July 15, Stockton, CA
The 9th Annual Classic Auto Swap Meet, Car Show, and Collectible Show at San Joaquin County fairgrounds from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Five People's Choice trophies. Dash plaques to the first 100 entries. For more information, call (209) 948-5308 or write to Stockton Swap Meet, P.O. Box 5330, Stockton, CA 95205.

July 15, Foxboro, MA
The 17th Annual Mustang and Fords Summer Roundup at Rodman Ford, hosted by the Mustang Car Club of New England. Four divisions with 20 classes for all model-year Mustangs, Shelbys, and all other Ford and factory Ford-powered vehicles. For more information, call the MCCNE information line at (508) 674-5462 or Jim Silverman at (508) 584-8848 (evenings) or visit the Web site www.datasoftco.com/mccne.

July 15, Woodstock, IL
The 14th Annual Skip's Woodstock Car Show and Swap Meet at McHenry County fairgrounds from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. General admission, $5.50; free parking. For more information, call (630) 876-1042 or e-mail skipsmail@aol.com or visit the Web site www.skipsusa.com.

July 15, Cedar Rapids, IA
The 19th Annual Ford Car Show and Swap Meet at Wal-Mart Super Center West from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., presented by the Eastern Iowa Mustangs and sponsored by Lynch Ford. Registration, $10. Dash plaques to first 100 registrations. For more information, contact Darla Biwer at (319) 365-1079, Rick Funk at (319) 354-2760, or Bob Reihman at (319) 828-4332.

July 19-22, Bellevue, WA
The Mustangs Northwest Mustang Roundup will take place. For more information, contact Denise Slosar at (360) 668-7510 or e-mail tomden1@hotmail.com.

Pony Trail Event!
July 20, Bellevue, WA

Mustang Monthly's Pony Trail will start at Bellevue Community College and end at the airport in Olympia. The trail will begin at 8 a.m. For more information, contact Jeff Ford at (863) 644-0449.

July 21, Alton, IL
The 24th Annual Mustang Roundup, hosted by Southern Illinois Mustang Club and Roberts Ford. Open to all Mustangs and Fords. For more information, contact Bob Colter at (618) 667-6481 or Ollie Schwallenstecker at (618) 585-3081.

July 22, Monrovia, MD
The East Coast Ford and 5.0 Shootout and Show and Swap Meet II at 75-80 Dragway from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call (301) 865-5102.

July 22, Randolph, OH
The 19th Annual All-Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury Car Show and Swap Meet, sponsored by the Northeastern Ohio Mustang Club. Vendors needed. For more information, call Larry at (330) 688-8464.

July 22, Bedford, Quebec
The 8th Annual Ford Show at Bedford fairgrounds, presented by Montreal Mustang Club. Open to '6411/42-'01 Mustangs and all Ford products, including Lincoln and Mercury. For more information, call the hot line at (514) 333-9674 or visit the Web site www.aei.ca/~vip/montrealmustang.

July 28, Vancouver, WA
The Mustang Stampede and the 15th Annual All-Ford Show at Clark College. All model-year Mustangs and other Ford cars and trucks welcome. For more information, contact Gary Yonkers at (360) 891-9888 or e-mail hcsconv@aol.com.

July 28, Almond, WI
The Tater Toot Classic Car and Truck Show, hosted by the Central Wisconsin Mustang Club. Registration will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Awards presentation at 4:30 p.m. For more information, contact Greg Swan at (715) 366-2232 or (715) 366-2299 or e-mail swannee99@email.com.

July 28-29, Joliet, IL
The Hot Rod Magazine Power Festival 2001 will be held at Route 66 Raceway. There will be a swap meet, a car corral, a show 'n' shine, 11 heads-up classes, and 2 bracket classes. For more information, call (800) 353-0918 or visit the Web site www.emapUSAevents.com.

July 28-29, Muncy, PA
The North Central Mustang Club presents the 5th Annual Fords at the Mall All-Ford-Powered Car Show. There will be 48 Mustang and Ford-powered show classes, an SCCA autocross, a Ford SVE and racecar display. Door prizes and more. For more information, contact Tom Shreiner at (570) 584-5547 or Rod Dieffenbacher at (570) 435-0807 or visit the Web site www.ncmustangclub.org.

July 29, Long Beach, CA
The Hi-Performance Swap Meet and Car Show, presented by Ecology Auto Parts, rain or shine. Buy, sell, and trade cars, parts, and accessories (new, used, antique). For 24-hour information, call (800) 762-9785 or visit the Web site www.toppingevents.com.

July 29, Cincinnati, OH
The 21st Annual Mustang and Ford Event at Eastgate Mall, hosted by the Tri-State Mustang Club. Open to all Mustangs and Ford-powered cars and trucks. There will be 31 classes. Registration will be held from 9 a.m. to noon. For more information, contact Greg Patrick at (513) 683-3018 or Farrel Buis at (513) 821-4928 or visit the Web site www.tristatemustang.com.

July 29, Highland, IN
The Super Summer Car Show and Swap Meet. All makes and models of trucks, rods, custom, and special-interest vehicles. Preregistration, $15; On-site registration will be held from 8 to 10 a.m. First 80 cars guaranteed A/C indoor space. General admission, $2. For more information, contact Rick Hyman at (708) 339-8927 or Ron Dill at (219) 864-8600 or e-mail Rhyman@allways.net.

July 29, St. Louis, MO
The 15th Annual All-Ford Show, Swap Meet, and Ford model car contest at J.S. McDonnell Park, hosted by the Fords Unlimited Car Club. There will be three separate shows with 41 classes. For more information, contact Jeff Hohl at (636) 949-9331 or e-mail Bob Layton at djrl2@juno.com.

August 4, Chesapeake, VA
The Mid-Atlantic Car Show at Chesapeake city park, hosted by the Mustang Club of Tidewater. All makes and models welcome. Admission for general public and vendors, $20 with two cans of food for Oasis Food Bank. Vendor spots available. Goodie bags and raffle. For more information, contact Jim Ray at (757) 468-6719 or e-mail Jraykl@aol.com.

August 4, Austin, TX
The 21st Annual Mustang Roundup Car Show at Capital Plaza Shopping Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All Ford-powered cars welcome. For more information, call Brian Pulis at (512) 268-1955 or e-mail mustangs@ccsi.com or visit the Web site www.ccsi.com/~mustangs. August 5, Bourbonnais, IL
The Northern Mustang Corral will host its 11th Annual Mustang and Ford-Powered Car Show at Court Street Ford. There will be 37 overall classes for Mustangs alone. Dash plaques for the first 150 cars. Participant judging, modified MCA tech inspections per class. For more information, call Dave Hoffman at (815) 935-1429, John Garner at (708) 687-1220, or e-mail Dan Hall at hallun1@hotmail.com.

August 5, Erie, PA
The 12th Annual Mustang Roundup at Sears Tire and Auto Center at Millcreek Mall. There will be nine Mustang classes for '6411/42-'01. Three trophies per class plus Best of Show and other special awards. All proceeds to benefit Greater Erie Area Habitat for Humanity. For more information, call (814) 825-5421, (814) 838-8153, or (814) 664-9460.

August 5, Plattsburgh, NY
The 7th Annual All-Ford Car Show at the Champlain Centre, hosted by North Country Mustang Club. All Mustangs and Ford-powered vehicles welcome. Dash plaques to the first 100 registrants. For more information call Miles DeCoste at (518) 236-6080 or e-mail mach1scj@primelink1.net.

August 11, South Bend, IN
The 18th Annual All-Mustang Show at Scottsdale Mall. More than 27 judged and participant voting classes. Dash plaques, door prizes, and more. For more information, contact Bob Christena at (219) 874-4488, Vic Garrison at (219) 326-8773, or Carl Kindig at (219) 256-2173.

August 11, Laurel, MT
Yellowstone Valley All-Ford Show, hosted by Yellowstone Valley Mustang and Special-Interest Ford Club and Laurel Ford. Setup, 9-11 a.m.; show, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. For more information, call Loren Chase at (406) 656-9984 or e-mail mustangchase@hotmail.com.

August 11-12, Fort Worth, TX
The 12th Annual Yellow Rose Classic. More than 200 classic, antique, vintage, collectible, musclecars, and trucks on display at the Will Rogers Exhibits Hall. Admission $7 adults; children under 12 admitted free. For more information, call (817) 595-6900 or visit the Web site www.ntmc.org or e-mail cgrant51@home.com.

August 12, Long Beach, CA
The Hi-Performance Swap Meet and Car Show, presented by Ecology Auto Parts, rain or shine. Buy, sell, and trade cars, parts, and accessories (new, used, antique). For 24-hour information, call (800) 762-9785 or visit the Web site www.toppingevents.com.

August 12, Bismarck, ND
Mustangs and Fords of the Dakotas sponsors an all-Ford Car Show and Corral from noon to 4 p.m. at Century High School. Registration starts at 10 a.m. the day of the show. For more information, e-mail Robert Dolan at trdolan@btigate.com or call (701) 258-6720.

August 12, Decatur, IL
The 23rd Annual Regional Mustang and All-Ford Show, hosted by Central Illinois Mustangers Club at Northtown Ford. There will be 26 classes available, including trophies to the Top 3 winners. Judging with condensed MCA rules. For more information, contact David Miller at (217) 245-4848 or visit the Web site www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Show/7885.