Workshop


Winter Restoration Workshop

Heartland Classics’ restoration workshop gives the opportunity for classic boaters to come together to learn and share knowledge about classic boating and the preservation of vintage and wooden classic boats.

Topics covered at past workshops include wood boat repair, boat plank replacement, stripping, staining & varnishing wooden boats, fiberglass boat repair, and engine maintenance. Heartland Classics silent auction / swap meet is held at this event and where attendees bring unwanted marine “stuff” to donate to the club for the silent auction. Proceeds help fund the Mahogany & Chrome Newsletter.

Each year the workshop is organized by the Workshop Event Chair, Dan Diehl.

Appreciation to Brent Howard and his staff of Howard Classic Boats who have hosted our group for the past 25 years in the Grand Lake shop near Ketchum, Oklahoma.

Date:
February

(typically the third Saturday)

Time:
8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.


Registration:
$20.00 per person

Location:
Howard Classic Boats
*New Shop
35602 S 4467
Vinita, OK 74301
(918) 693-1855

Directions:

From HWY 82. North of Langley and South of Ketchum. Turn East on E. 350 Rd, for .7-miles. Turn South on S, 4467 Rd, for .7-miles, past Dead End sign. Shop will be on the right.

Registration Includes:

  • Coffee, water, and donuts
  • Lunch
  • Speakers & Demonstrations 
    (4 – 5 speakers presenting and providing hands on demos)
  • Q&A

We Welcome Topic Suggestions and Volunteer Speakers

If you would like to suggest topics OR volunteer to be a speaker,

at the next Restoration Workshop please contact:

 

Dan Diehl, Workshop Event Chair
Phone: (918) 230-4508
Email:  dan@diehlaero.com


THIS IS A GREAT EVENT

Plan to attend next years 2019 Restoration Workshop
& invite your buddies to come along!

SWAP MEET

Bring unwanted marine “stuff” to
donate to the club for the silent auction.  *Proceeds help fund the
Mahogany & Chrome Newsletter.

SHIP STORE

Heartland Classic’s merchandise
will be available for purchase too.

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