NOTE: Club Events are for Sierra Chapter Members Only
“Non-Sanctioned” Events are Open to the Public
- Saturday, March 12th – Tech Session: Wheel Repair
- Saturday, May 13th – 15th Coastal Cruise to Cabot Cove
- Saturday, June 25th – Virginia City
- Saturday, July 10th – Third Annual BMWCCA Sierra Chapter Picnic
- Thursday, July 14th – Aces Baseball Game (to replace July meeting)
- Saturday, July 30th – Sierra Buttes Tour & Poker Run
- Thursday, August 11th – Hot August Nights Potluck (to replace August meeting)
- Tuesday – Saturday, August 23-28th – BMWCCA 2016 Oktoberfest in Monterey
- Saturday & Sunday, September 24th & 25th – El Dorado & Amador County Wine Tour
- Saturday, October 8rd – Street Survival
- Saturday, October 29th – Fun Rally
- Saturday, November 19th – Tech Session @ Bill Pearce
- Thursday, December 8th – Christmas/Holiday Party
- Non-Sanctioned Events
- September 11th- – Kars for Kids Charity Show & Shine
Hosting an event is a great contribution you can make to the club. If you enjoy participating in club events, it’ s appropriate to host one yourself that others can enjoy.
To help make your event as successful as possible we have some aids:
Guidelines for Running an Event– this is a set of guidelines to help you think through most all aspects of the event.
Event Checklist – this is a checklist to use prior to, during and after the event to be sure that all actions are taken as needed.
Event Sign-up – this is used to record needed information about event participants.
Event Evaluation – this can be given to event participants to get their feedback about the event.
Event Summary– this is used after the event to record information about how the event went, recommendations for future events, etc.
Event Newsletter Story– this is used to provide information to the newsletter editor and the web master to describe the event.
Event Photo Summary– this is used to record information about the photos taken during the event – who’s who, where the photo was taken, etc.
Additionally, club members who have hosted events in the past that are similar to the event you’re hosting are typically very willing to help in the planning and execution of the event – just ask.