Marques in the Park 2009

David M 20 November 2009 7

Marques in the Park 2009.

This Sunday, 22 November, from 10 am to 3 pm. It’s the ACT’s Spring Show’n’Shine for all autos, from vintage, veterans, classic and modified, in fact, almost anything motorised with wheels.

It’s organised by the Canberra Region Morris Minor Club for the ACT Council of Motor Clubs, as a no sweat chance for enthusiasts to show off their prides and joys.

No prizes, just a family day out down by the lake. This year, because we were starting to feel the squeeze, we moved to Patrick White Lawns by the big lake from John Knight. It just means no cruise to the venue, unless you’re in a club, and organise to meet and cruise in in a group.

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7 Responses to Marques in the Park 2009
nanzan nanzan 7:00 pm 21 Nov 09

Now, nobody probably cares, but the Patrick White Lawns – as with the National Library of Australia, and indeed the entire Parliamentary Zone – are actually not in Barton, despite the advertising for the Marques in the Park saying otherwise.

The suburb you are after there is Parkes. I thought the name Marques in the Park would have been a clue to this – Park, Parkes, and so it goes on.

Have a great day in Parkes tomorrow everybody – I might even try to get down there with my trusty new Skoda!!

Lilli Lilli 11:54 am 20 Nov 09

Thanks niftydog & RandomPoster.

Holden Caulfield Holden Caulfield 11:42 am 20 Nov 09

@Lilli – just go to the National Library and keep an eye out for the shiny cars. I’m guessing this will be the same location used for the German Autofest a few weeks ago.

Much nicer poster this year, too!

niftydog niftydog 11:16 am 20 Nov 09
Bosworth Bosworth 10:33 am 20 Nov 09

“in fact, almost anything motorised with wheels.”

Which types of vehiles are excluded?

Lilli Lilli 10:20 am 20 Nov 09

Hey David, thanks for the info. Sounds like a good day.

I’m a bit vague on the directions and unfamiliar with the area – could you possibly link a map? Thanks!

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