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Friday, March 27th

Event Summary

March 27 & 28
Madison High School Gymnasium
Hosted by: The Ohio River Valley Oliver Collectors
30 year history of HPOCA shows
Tours of powerplant on Ohio River (IKE)
Tours of Midwest Tube Mills
Agricultural history of Madison and Jefferson Co IN
Banquet at beautiful Clifty Inn
Arts & Crafts show
Toy show
Something for all, bring kids and grandkids

Schedule of events:

Thursday, March 26:
Set up day
Board meeting 2pm
Meet and Greet at Clifty Inn 6:30pm

Friday, March 27:
Show starts at 8 am to 5pm
Tours 9am Main Door of Gym

Saturday, March 28:
Show starts 8am-5pm
Pancake breakfast
Chapter meeting 1pm
General Membership Meeting 2pm
Banquet 6:30pm Held at Clifty Inn overlooking Ohio River and historic Madison

Price: 35$


Madison Consolidated High School
743 Clifty Dr

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