Deland Museum 6th Annual Chrome and Leather Party & Ride

delandmuseumResiding in Florida or arriving in Daytona a couple of days before the start of Bike Week, travel a dozen miles west to the Deland Museum to participate to the 6th Annual Chrome & Leather Bash. The event will begin February 27, 2009 at 7 pm with the “Wear Your Best Biker Gear” and enjoy music, food, cash bar, shooter girls, a live auction, and special guests. At the same time, see “Art on the Road of Good and Evil’ an art exhibit curated by Josh Garrick of Millenia Fine Art in Orlando in association with renowned motorcycle painter Chris Cruz. The exhibit supports the Museum of Florida Art’s “Art for Kids” Program. The event will be followed by a Celebrity Ride on Sunday, March 1, 2009 starting at 11:00 AM leaving from the Museum and ending at the Daytona Beach Kennel Club. Participating local and national celebrities include Dan Haggerty best known for his role as “Grizzly Adams,” Carl & Doug Morrow both land-speed record holders. Reservations at Deland Museum or call Kathryn Peterson at 386-734-4371


2 Responses to “Deland Museum 6th Annual Chrome and Leather Party & Ride”

  1. 1 FU Feb 25th, 2009 at 10:16 am

    since when is Dan Haggerty a “celebrity” any more? sign me up…

  2. 2 MJ, editor Feb 26th, 2009 at 7:52 am

    I have in front of me the Official Program for the 5th Annual DeLnad Bike Rally that helps to kick off Daytona Bikeweek on the first weekend of the event – starting with the gala biker bash and continuing Saturday in DeLand with the DeLand Bike Rally Pro-Am Show presented by Seminole Harley Davidson – registration 9 to 11 a.m. – with cash prizes for “Best Bike” and custom bikes and vintage bikes.

    How about a “Salute to Veterans” Wounded Warrior Ride-in with parachute fly-in, honor guartd presentations, vintage motorcycle display all day – a Kids n Chrome Zone and the “Art of the Ride” outdoor art exhibit with airbrush wizard Chris Cruz… that’s just before noon on Saturday.

    Rocking the rally will be Big Engine, one of the most well-known and popular rock bands in the Southeast, and one of the best blues bands of all time, The Nighthawks from Washington DC.

    All this and more on Saturday – then the ride from the museum, which is across from Stetson University on US 17-92 (Woodland Blvd.) about half a mile north of the US 92 turnoff from Daytona. I enjoyed this family-friendly rally a lot last year, also the biker bash at the museum.

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