As we hear more and more about the incoming storm we can't help but think about demonstrating our wonderful 1926 Ford Model T snowmobile on Saturday, February 7 at the 25th Annual US National Toboggan Championship at the Camden Snow Bowl. With all of this snow on the way we're hoping for great conditions. Come out and say hello while rooting for your favorite contender, it's always a fantastic weekend and we're excited to be a part of it!
With the storm blowing through overnight, we're getting geared up for the Great Northern Motorcycle Swap Meet tomorrow at the Augusta Civic Center! Stop by our booth and say hello while picking up a 2015 event schedule and checking out two very special pieces from our collection: our 1931 Henderson Four and 1901 Steffey Motorbike.
We're honored to once again have a photo from our Lang Library and Education Center featured on The Old Motor. Each of the pre-1910 vehicles parked in the Farragut Hotel Garage has been identified in the post.
The Owls Head crew will be back at the Augusta Civic Center for the Great Northern Motorcycle Swap Meet on Sunday, January 25. We'll be displaying our 1931 Henderson Four and our 1901 Steffey Motorbike. Stop by and say hello while checking out this great event which attracts motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the region.
If you heard there was a restaurant in Midcoast Maine that gave away 713 meals to needy people each month, would you support it? Each $30 ticket to Pies on Parade translates to three meals a day for a family of four for five days. Since all proceeds from Pies on Parade are donated to the AIO Food Pantry, each ticket means 60 meals will come from your participation in this fun (and tasty) fundraising event which takes place Sunday, January 25.
The Owls Head Transportation Museum is proud to support Pies on Parade and we hope you will consider joining us by purchasing your ticket today.