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Great crowd. Really enjoyed ourselves

Great time.😊 💜

I always liked the Lotus Elite!

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Thank you everyone for coming out to our Cars & Coffee this morning, beautiful cars and beautiful weather on this Sunday! We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you at the next one! Enjoy some photos!

#smf #smf2020 #sandhillsmotoringfestival
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Loved it

Thanks 🙏

Any plans for when the next one will be?

2 weeks ago

Jack Smith

if anyone got any pictures today of any of the cars in front of the drum and quill please send them my way! ... See MoreSee Less

The Sandhills Motoring Festival is proud to present Cars & Coffee, September 6th, 2020 from 9am to 11am in the Village of Pinehurst. There will be an optional "Follow the Leader" country drive at 11am for one hour, returning to the Village of Pinehurst for lunch.

Drive your favorite vehicle. Parking is available in front of the Roast Office and Village parking areas. Maintain Social Distancing. Enjoy the camaraderie of fellow automotive enthusiasts!

The first 20 attendees will receive a copy of the Dan McCrary poster commemorating this year’s now postponed Sandhills Motoring Festival!
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The Sandhills Motoring Festival is proud to present Cars & Coffee, September 6th, 2020 from 9am to 11am in the Village of Pinehurst. There will be an optional Follow the Leader country drive at 11am for one hour, returning to the Village of Pinehurst for lunch.

Drive your favorite vehicle. Parking is available in front of the Roast Office and Village parking areas. Maintain Social Distancing. Enjoy the camaraderie of fellow automotive enthusiasts!

The first 20 attendees will receive a copy of the Dan McCrary poster commemorating this year’s now postponed Sandhills Motoring Festival!

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Gonna have to come out for this👍

2 months ago

Sandhills Motoring Festival

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August 7, 2020

UPDATE: COVID-19 and Postponement to May 2021

Dear Sandhills Motoring Festival Entrant/Supporter,

Hoping this note finds you, your families and your friends safe and doing well.

We all know the year 2020 has not been what we had planned and expected as COVID-19 has drastically changed the way we live and interact with friends and loved ones. We all long to get back to “normal,” yet we must adhere to local and national guidance. As a result of North Carolina remaining in Phase 2 – with very limited ability to gather in any sort of numbers – through this Labor Day weekend, we are forced to postpone the Sandhills Motoring Festival to next Memorial Day weekend, May 28-30, 2021.

While we deeply regret having to share this news with you today, we are well on our way to making the 2021 Festival a wonderful occasion with a truly exceptional assembly of automobiles, motorcycles and enthusiasts. The schedule for the 2021 Festival will remain the same in terms of events, venues and classes for the Sunday “Concours in the Village.” If your automobile was accepted for the Concours this year, it is accepted for 2021, no need to resubmit. Essentially nothing changes, except the shift to next May. The Sandhills Motoring Festival website – www.sandhillsmotoringfestival.com – will continue to be your best resource for updates and information as we lead up to next Memorial Day weekend. As always, please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions at 910.315.2918.

Thanks goes to each of you for your patience and support – very much looking forward to seeing you in May of next year.

Sincerely,

Marvin E. Waters II
President
Sandhills Motoring Festival
910.315.2918
mwaters@sandhillsmotoringfestival.com
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August 7, 2020

UPDATE:  COVID-19 and Postponement to May 2021

Dear Sandhills Motoring Festival Entrant/Supporter,

Hoping this note finds you, your families and your friends safe and doing well.

We all know the year 2020 has not been what we had planned and expected as COVID-19 has drastically changed the way we live and interact with friends and loved ones.  We all long to get back to “normal,” yet we must adhere to local and national guidance.  As a result of North Carolina remaining in Phase 2 – with very limited ability to gather in any sort of numbers – through this Labor Day weekend, we are forced to postpone the Sandhills Motoring Festival to next Memorial Day weekend, May 28-30, 2021.

While we deeply regret having to share this news with you today, we are well on our way to making the 2021 Festival a wonderful occasion with a truly exceptional assembly of automobiles, motorcycles and enthusiasts.  The schedule for the 2021 Festival will remain the same in terms of events, venues and classes for the Sunday “Concours in the Village.” If your automobile was accepted for the Concours this year, it is accepted for 2021, no need to resubmit.  Essentially nothing changes, except the shift to next May.  The Sandhills Motoring Festival website – www.sandhillsmotoringfestival.com – will continue to be your best resource for updates and information as we lead up to next Memorial Day weekend.  As always, please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions at 910.315.2918.

Thanks goes to each of you for your patience and support – very much looking forward to seeing you in May of next year.

Sincerely,
 
Marvin E. Waters II
President
Sandhills Motoring Festival
910.315.2918
mwaters@sandhillsmotoringfestival.com

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Here’s to May 2021!!! A great show!!!!

Looking forward to May 2021! Going to have some great cars and people there!

See you in May but hope it is before that. 🎉🎊😀

Sad 😞 We will look forward to supporting your event in 2021.

Sorry to hear about the event being postponed. See you next year, if not before.

Better late than never. See you in May!

See you in May ... bigger and better than ever! 😎 As long as Cooper's no longer in office ... 🙄

Sad to hear it! Fingers crossed for a way better 2021!!!

I’m running out of patience here

Thank god Treffen is still on!

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2 months ago

Brian Robert Glover

Now that the Governor has spoken and we are still stuck in phase 2, will there be an event? ... See MoreSee Less

July 24, 2020 UPDATE: COVID-19

Dear Sandhills Motoring Festival Entrants/Supporters,

Hoping this note finds you, your families, and your friends safe and doing well.

We remain cautiously optimistic that our 2020 Sandhills Motoring Festival will take place in the historic Village of Pinehurst this Labor Day weekend. The safety of our entrants and supporters remains our highest priority, and we will follow our state government and CDC guidelines accordingly. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper is scheduled to speak August 7, and we hope to hear some encouraging words that will allow us to move forward with our event. We have taken – and will take – every precaution possible to ensure the safety of all attendees by moving all Festival events outside; providing masks to all attendees; providing hand sanitizer stations; and so forth.

The venues and run time for our event remain the same, as only the date has changed. The Sandhills Motoring Festival website – www.sandhillsmotoringfestival.com – will continue to be your best resource for updates and information over the coming days and weeks. Also, please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions at 910.315.2918.

We very much look forward to seeing you and your automobile this Labor Day weekend, September 4-6 – and we thank each of you for your patience and support.

Sincerely,
Marvin E. Waters II
President, Sandhills Motoring Festival
... See MoreSee Less

July 24, 2020 UPDATE:  COVID-19

Dear Sandhills Motoring Festival Entrants/Supporters,

Hoping this note finds you, your families, and your friends safe and doing well.

We remain cautiously optimistic that our 2020 Sandhills Motoring Festival will take place in the historic Village of Pinehurst this Labor Day weekend.  The safety of our entrants and supporters remains our highest priority, and we will follow our state government and CDC guidelines accordingly.  North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper is scheduled to speak August 7, and we hope to hear some encouraging words that will allow us to move forward with our event.  We have taken – and will take – every precaution possible to ensure the safety of all attendees by moving all Festival events outside; providing masks to all attendees; providing hand sanitizer stations; and so forth.

The venues and run time for our event remain the same, as only the date has changed.  The Sandhills Motoring Festival website – https://www.sandhillsmotoringfestival.com – will continue to be your best resource for updates and information over the coming days and weeks.  Also, please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions at 910.315.2918.

We very much look forward to seeing you and your automobile this Labor Day weekend, September 4-6 – and we thank each of you for your patience and support.

Sincerely,
Marvin E. Waters II
President, Sandhills Motoring Festival
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