Thursday 16th
Tour #2 Go Northeast Tour
Boxed Lunch provided at the Elijah Bristow State Park
Bohemia Museum – on your own
Murals Walking Tour – on your own
6pm Club Dinner Meeting – El Tapatio - Hosted 

Friday 17th - On you own
Head for home or:
Golf or Bowl
Tour Wine Country (King Estate Winery is worth a trip – 16 miles)
Explore Bohemia Mines! 
Row River Bike Trail – 16 miles - Bring your bikes!


Wednesday 15th
Tour #1 Covered Bridge/Dorena Lake Tour
Lunch in the Park or return to Cottage Grove and enjoy one of the many restaurants
Cottage Grove Museum – on your own
Murals Walking Tour – on your own
Visit the Chambers Covered Railway Bridge – or travel east of the Mississippi to see another!
“Music in the Park” and Display your cars around fountain
Dinner – Food Carts or bring your own – Not hosted.

Schedule of Events for Cottage  Grove Meet

August 14 - August 17 2018

Tuesday 14th
Park your truck/trailers at the Dodge Dealer just down the road
6 pm Kick-off get together at the Oregon Aviation Historical Society – BBQ Too! (Dinner hosted)
Registration in the hotel Lobby and at the Aviation Society.

For information regarding the Northern California Dodge Brother's and Sister's and their upcoming activities see their website

Time for an update on the exciting 2018 NW Dodge Brothers Regional Mini Meet.
We are planning a large meet as it is our hope the NCDBS region (Northern California) will join us, making a joint regional meeting.

In 1926 a movie,'The General' with Buster Keaton was filmed in Cottage Grove. See you and Buster in August.

Gerry Egland is organizing this meet.  His contact information is :,541 923 2147, cell 541 420 3133

The dates are August 14 – 17, 2018 at:
The Village Green Resort and Gardens
725 Row River Road,
Cottage Grove, OR. 97424.
Phone 1-541-942-2491,  Fax 541-942-2386.
Deluxe rooms and suites including breakfast are $99 per night, double occupancy. Don’t forget to mention the NW Dodge Brothers for that rate.
At the Long Beach meet in Washington, it was proposed the next meet should be multi-generational. One look at the photo on pages 16 and 17 in the last club magazine confirms the need for a generational shift. Moving the date up to August was made to enable school age children to attend, so please do your part and help bring more youth into our old car hobby and help save our club for the future. Bring the kids and grandkids.  We plan to make this a fun event for all ages.
Cottage Grove is an all-American city and we will discover a wealth of art, culture, and recreation in one of the country’s most beautiful settings. Dubbed the "Covered Bridge Capital of the West," this charming town is dense with 100-year old architecture, artistic murals, art galleries, museums and other neat stuff. A film industry favorite (Animal House for one) Cottage Grove is encircled by wooded hills adding to an enchanting blend of small- town charm.
More information to follow

Welcome to the Cottage Grove Oregon 97424 joint regional mini meet.
Here are some details that should ease your visit and raid your wallet.
The Village Green hotel and resort is located at 725 Row river road. Truck and Trailer parking is available at the Cottage Grove Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram dealership, which a little south of the resort at 2800 Row River road. Please follow the guidance of the individual handling trailer and truck parking​.

To help you be more comfortable at several activities, please bring folding chairs to meet your needs.

A check of the dollar numbers reveals that $80 and $40 for children is needed to cover costs. This includes two evening meals, one lunch, County park fees and museum donations plus supporting supplies.

This event maybe the first joint regional mini meet and a perfect opportunity to greet and meet new and old friends and their DB and other welcome cars. The meet is intended to be fun and and affordable, however kept at a scale to be reasonable for someone to want to volunteer for future ones! 

Come to very nice piece of historic Oregon, that was considered a 1/2 point between the two regions. We have had a really strong welcome and support from the local community which is very important as your hosts live 150 miles away.