11. August 2017 - 9:00
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Rollin' Oldies Vintage Travel Trailer Rally | The Sou'wester | Friday, 11. August 2017

Rollin’ Oldies Vintage Travel Trailer Rally at The Sou'wester
August 11 – 13, 2017

Schedule of Events:
Friday August 11th

7pm Meet & Greet with Snacks & Presenter Salon in the Lodge Living Room - Sharing Your Top 3 “AHA Moments” in Your Trailer Restoration History (Please bring photos if you have them to show.)

Saturday August 12th

9am - 9pm “Pop-Up Trailer Show” in our new art trailer: located in the main trailer courtyard on the west side

10am-2:30pm Workshop in the Pavilion with instructor Melissa Favara: Use vintage typewriters and make a zine about your trailer and travels. Cost of workshop is $35 and requires RSVP via souwesterfrontdesk@gmail.com or 360-642-2542
Please bring: Pen, Notebook (trailer memorabilia if you have it) & please bring a **** lunch and/or snack. Hot tea & coffee provided.

3pm - 4pm Open House to view visiting trailers
4pm Group Photo & Photo Shoot of trailers – Meet in the RV Park
6pm Potluck in Pavilion
8pm Live Music & Drinks in the Pavilion

Sunday August 13th
9:30am - 12pm
Coffee & Crepe Breakfast/Brunch in the Lodge Living Room

Thank you! Have Fun!

Host: Thandi Rosenbaum of The Sou’wester

Location: 3728 J Pl, Seaview, WA 98644 (360) 642-2542

“One of our Associated rallies hosted by Sou’ Wester for ROVT. No registration fee’s required by ROVT. All vintage trailers welcome to attend. Call 1-360-642-2542 for a site or more info. Thandi Rosenbaum is the host for this rally!” –

“The Rollin’ Oldies Vintage Trailer group is a loosely organized group of vintage trailer enthusiasts, based in Oregon. We have members throughout the Northwest and welcome all vintage trailer fans in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, California, Colorado, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Montana and some parts of Canada. We host vintage trailer rallies for our members and welcome owners of retro trailers, teardrops, and motor homes.
Vintage trailers are those considered to be those built before 1980, or those built later with the same design as the original vintage trailer. Homebuilt teardrops are also welcome to attend our events.” –