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Saturday, October 21, 8:00am-10:00am

BMCNE Newport Ride
Cars & Coffee

Rosecliff, 548 Bellevue Ave, Newport, RI

Join The Preservation Society of Newport County and the Audrain Automobile Museum for Cars & Coffee (or better yet Motors & Mansions) at a historic mansion on Bellevue Avenue each month for the rest of the season through October! Motorcycles and scooters are welcome. Come one, come all!

Should the weather be nice, Angus Ross will lead us on a short drive around Aquidneck Is afterwards. The plan will be to congregate as the Audrain car show winds down and then head south from Marble house and around the famed "Ocean Drive." We will make stops at Brenton Point and Fort Adams before returning to Newport and heading North along the Eastern side of the Island. Depending on time and inclination, our lunch stop will either be the Portsmouth Publick House on the way off the Island or the Beehive Cafe in Bristol. We will make that decision at Fort Adams!

The Audrain is proud to have Brewed Awakenings Coffee Shop as a sponsor for Cars & Coffee. AAM is charging $5 for coffee and $3 for pastries to raise money for the Museum and "Preserving Newport History One Car at a Time! Thank you Brewed Awakenings for your support!

Harvest Dinner

Saturday, October 28, 5:30pm-8:30pm

BMCNE Pot Luck
Harvest Dinner

Cranston Volunteer Firefighters Museum
470 Hope Rd, Cranston, RI

BMCNE will be holding their annual Pot Luck Harvest Dinner on Saturday, October 28th. BMCNE will supply the soft drinks. This will be a pot luck style dinner with the main course(s), side dishes and desserts supplied by club members. Please contact Mallory with the dish you would like to share 401-885-1815.

RSVP by eVite today!

Sunday, October 22, 1:00pm-5:00pm

Formula 1 Viewing

Newport Car Museum
1847 West Main Road, Portsmouth, RI

Our first Formula 1 gathering to view the live racing at Circuit of the Americas in Austin!

Recorded highlights from Saturday’s qualifiers start at 1; live racing action on the big screens at 3 pm. Fajita Grill, Beer/Wine by Russell Morin Fine Catering. Plenty of comfortable seating. Tickets $40 members ($55 non-members, includes admission to museum). Register online or in person starting September 28th.

Newport Car Museum

Saturday, October 28, 2017, 8:00am-11:00am

Cars and Coffee - Boston

Larz Anderson Auto Museum
15 Newton Street, Brookline, MA

Cars and Coffee was created for car enthusiasts to meet up early on a Saturday morning. They’d grab coffee, talk cars and by 11am they were gone.

The Museum opens early at 8am on these designated Saturdays for your viewing. Grab a coffee, a snack and check out some of the Boston area’s best cars. This event is free, but the museum does encourage attendees to become a museum member! Membership includes free admission to all the Museum’s lawn events.

Cars & Coffee is sponsored by Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management- The Keeney Group, AVI Boston and Yuppieracing.net.

Saturday, November 6, 2017, 10:00am-Noon

Cars & Coffee
with Oxford Motorcars

Oxford Motorcars
330 Waterman Avenue, East Providence, RI

Join BMCNE as we visit Oxford Motorcars "Cars & Coffee" event. Enjoy a cup of coffee and a light breakfast will be served courtesy of Bagels Etc. All while being surrounded by some great cars and automotive experts.

There is limited on-street parking on Waterman Ave and Cora St. Additional parking is available in the Cockcroft/Brookline Machine line located at 333 Waterman Ave, East Providence, RI 02914 (Directly across the street from Oxford's front doors).

Oxford Motorcars

Thursday, November 9, 2017, 6:30pm

An Evening with Megan Melvin
Lecture Series

Larz Anderson Auto Museum
15 Newton Street, Brookline, MA

As part of the Community Speakers Series the Larz Anderson Auto Museum presents: An Evening with Megan Melvin.

Join Meghan Melvin, Jean S. and Frederic A. Sharf Curator of Design at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, to explore the MFA’s rapidly expanding collection of transportation design drawings, and to learn more about the 19th-century origins of the Museum’s current design initiative.

Read Meghan Melvin’s bio here.

Register Now! Tickets: $15 for Museum Members | $20 for Non-Members Register here!