Category Archives: Club News

Information of interest to Club members. Things about The Club as a group, but not about Events. News about miatas, or about Members, or about miata-people.

What’s New?

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Following are the Pages with recent updates.
Click the the highlighted page name to go to that page and when finished you can select Upcoming Tours and Posts from the main menu to return here.

Cub Calendar    (updated 9/11)
Fun Fun Rallye – 10/6 Cancelled
Looking for Good Curves IV Tour changed to Sunday, Sept 23, 2018.

Past Tours & Events-2018
Meet in the Middle Picnic write-up (posted 9/13)
Tour with Corvair Club write-up   (posted 9/13)
Members Only Page – (requires password)

Roster (by Name & by City) updated  (posted 9/17)
September Newsletter  (posted 8/31)
In the Garage
Installing a Roll Bar  (posted 9/15)
Covers for Wheel Centers (posted 9/16)
Upcoming Events Page

AWD Creekside Restaurant, Brecksville – Take Two – 9/25/2018

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Hosted by Wayne Baker & Marsha Showalter

Tuesday September 25, 2018
CREEKSIDE RESTAURANT
8803 Brecksville Road
Brecksville, OH 44141 (440) 546-0555

Click here for menu and directions.

Cocktails at 6:30pm  and Dinner at 7:00 pm
We had a wonderful dinner here on 6/13/18; but the restaurant could not accommodate all that wanted to attend.  So, the AWD is being repeated with priority given to those that were on the wait list for the 6/13/18 dinner.  The limit of 24 people has been reached but you may get on the wait list by Emailing  Marsha.

Sundaes on Mondays

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Yes it is almost time for Ice Cream.   Doug and Carol Leavens have put together another season’s worth of ice cream events in interesting places.   No reservation are required — show up and enjoy being with fellow lovers of Miatas and ice cream.   Each of these events is included in the Club Calendar and you can get the complete list by clicking on one of the following links for:  Excel file or printable pdf.

Cruise Feb. 2019

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The Northcoast Miata club is planning a 9 day cruise on the Carnival Conquest, Feb 2 – 10,  2019 leaving from Ft Lauderdale.   Click here  for the information sheet.

All members, including family and friends, are welcome to join us in escaping from the Cleveland winter to warm weather, great food and entertainment and lots of fun activities both on-board and on-shore at several Caribbean islands.

Note that prices on the information sheet are early booking prices including all taxes and Port charges; but not airfare or on-shore tours.  Please contact Steve at Steve’s Travel to make your reservations or about any specific questions on costs, travel arrangements to Ft Lauderdale and accommodations at the port (hotel information will be posted later).   Also, please “sign up” for the cruise by contacting Dan Cali or Ava Singerman so we know who will be going. Dan or Ava can also help you with other questions about the cruise. Check back here for updates which will be posted as new information is available.

The Carnival Conquest has fun spots like Guy’s Burger Joint, RedFrog Rum Bar and SkyBox Sports Bar. There is also a dance club, show lounges, comedy club plus musical shows. Of course there is great dining.   Click the following links for more information on:     On-board activities    and   On-board dining.  

No matter which kind of room you choose — whether a simple Interior or Ocean View, or going grand with a Balcony or Suite — all staterooms have a room steward on duty, an attendant you can call for room service, and more sweet perks inside. All rooms convert from 2 twins to King – your preference.  Click here for room details

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This page has Posts about upcoming Club Events including Around the World Dinners (AWD), Tours, Social Events and other items of interest to members. Everyone is welcome at these events but please notify the designated Hosts by the stated RSVP DeadlineEspecially important, please let the Hosts know as soon as possible if you must cancel. Since our dinners often have 40 people, the restaurants often bring in additional staff – so we must give an accurate count.