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ferarri's on the 20th of june

Discussion in 'NorthEast' started by pissedoffsol, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    The 4th Annual Hartford Concorso Ferrari

    June 20th, 2004: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.,
    at the Capitol, Hartford, Connecticut
    Registration starts at 9:30 a.m.

    Come participate in the largest annual display of Ferraris in New England, held on the grounds of the state capitol in Hartford. This weekend-long event will benefit the Connecticut Children's Medical Center (CCMC) and The Village for Families & Children (VFC). We've raised well over a hundred thousand dollars for charity in the past, and we hope to exceed our record this year! We'll have over a hundred Ferraris, with a special invitation to all 2+2s. Cars scheduled for display include everything from historic race cars to modern supercars. Festivities on Sunday, the day of the show, include a police-escorted parade to and from the CCMC to give rides to patients, a truly spectacular spread of gourmet food and accompanying wines for participants as well as fun activities for kids.

    The day before (Saturday, June 19), we'll have our 3rd Annual Village Picnic at the Village for Families and Children in Hartford. We'll entertain children and hand out presents, raising money for a great cause.

    That night, there will also be a cocktail party and dinner, and discount rates available at the local hotels.

    For more information about the Concorso, please contact Dave Friar, Event Chairman, dlf@friar.com or Fiona Friar, faf@friar.com, or Ph: (860) 678-1291, Fax: (860) 677-5265. For more information about the Village Picnic, please contact Pete or Rosemary Lombardo at (860) 646-5454 or pgjl328@aol.com.
  2. Seany-izzle

    Seany-izzle New Member

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    Aug 25, 2003
    In a fucking house.
    so wait, you need to pay to get in or soemthing, or just show up?
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