“Driving the Dixie”
June 21th, 2014
Discover Historic Dixie Highway
The Format: Being much like a “Scavenger Hunt”, participants will follow individual instructions to points of interest
within the Dixie Highway communities, where event "Passports" will be validated. Also, several secret passport location will earn bonus drawing tickets at the prize drawing in Momence.
New Maps: South is on the top and North on the bottom. Lay the map down and follow the turns as you need to do them. No more reading upside down.
The Destinations: Visit the oldest operating Business
along the Dixie Highway, view Sears Roebuck homes, view historic murals in two separate locations, and take a trip around the lake.
Car Show Hold: Chicago Heights at the
Union Street Gallery, 1527 Otto Blvd, Chicago Heights IL 60411
The time: registration begins at 8:30 am. and ends at 10:00 sharp. Meet in the parking lot kitty-corner from Moraine Valley Collage in Blue Island on Western Ave. Enjoy a cup of "java" and a donut with friends and leave at your leisure.
Passports will be issued the day of the event. All participants must leave form this point, no passports will be issued at any other point.
The Experience: This is a “take your time, travel and
explore at your leisure” event. We would like everyone to get to know the Historic Dixie highway and the interesting places along the route.
JOIN the FUN ~~~~~ sign up for the POKER RUN
Donation: Pre-Register $15:00 until June 10th, 2014
Day of event Registration $20.00
Presented by: A’s R Us
Chicago Southland Chapter- Model A Ford Club of America
Cities and Villages of Blue Island, Posen, Markham, Hazel Crest,
Homewood, Flossmoor, Chicago Heights, Steger, Crete, Beecher,
Grant Park and Momence.
For more information :
With a Stamped passport:
Lunch will be provided by the Village of Steger
between 11:00 and 1:00 so you can explore the "Dixie
Highway" towns at your pace.
Raffle Prizes In Momence for the drivers
50-50 Pot to keep it interesting
Pontiac hood ornament
Helping with communications: Tri-Town radio Amateur Club