Cash prizes in several categories – and the added bonus is that your art will be there for our locals and visitors to enjoy!
Wrapped in St Marys has become an annual event! Hooray!
Are you a textile artist?
Then you might like to download this entry form and keep a power pole warm this June:
Are you a business or community member who would like to participate?
Download this file to join in:
Help us put our beautiful town and valley ON THE MAP!
Ian Summers is a collector and restorer of classic cars, especially the British variety.
He is also one of the St. Marys Cranks and Tinkerers group which organised the car show during the Wrapped in St Marys weekend.
The Anglia was not part of the car show this year, but it was parked in the street for the day and attracted quite a lot of attention from visitors to the town.
Here is a side view with the roof folded down –
a view of the front –
another side view with the roof up (it is raining, after all) –
and a back view –
This Anglia has an 8-horsepower engine, and used to be driven every day until it was semi-retired out of respect for its age.
Ian even drove it up to the top of Mt. Barrow once, which is quite a feat for such a little engine!
This post would not be complete without a photo of the man himself, so here he is at the car show with a couple of ex-students (he was a teacher in a former life) –
Photography (last 3 photos) by Margit Salonen; source of 1st photo is unknown.
… fuel (cont.)
If you missed the first post on this topic, click here!
The car show was well supported despite the rain, as mentioned in the previous post.
Here are some more photos from our resident photographer – thanks again, Margit!