Clovis British Car Roundup – September 28th and 29th

It is time once again to put some spit and polish on your MINI and join in on an annual MidCal tradition, participation in the annual Clovis British Car Round Up.  Sponsored by the Valley British Auto Club, this group celebrates the British car hobby in the Central San Joaquin Valley. This is the only official car show entered into by the MidCal group and the Car Roundup is held once a year on the last weekend in September. Celebrating its 11th Anniversary, this event continues its tradition of offering car enthusiasts the opportunity to see up close and personal, British cars from around the state. Cars built in England like Triumph, MG, Jaguar, Healey, Range Rover, Austin, Morris, Sunbeam, Riley, Lotus and of course MINI/Mini Coopers all out for a day of friendly competition. The car show held in conjunction with the annual ClovisBritish Car Roundup Antique and Collectibles Fair provides attendees with plenty to see and do and is enhanced by the number of restaurants, coffee houses, live music and exceptional antiques and collectibles all within walking distance of the car show.

Like last year, MidCal encourages participation in the Foothill Run on Saturday September 28th in addition to the Car Show on September 29th. The entry fee into in the British Car Roundup is not only a ticket to a great weekend of British Car fun but is also used to help support the construction of the ‘Nature Education and Wildlife Rehabilitation Center near Clovis, CA. The Nature Center will provide residents and students from all over the Valley with a unique nature experience within a suburban setting. We live in an area rich in natural beauty but the travel distance to participate in or observe nature excludes many from these experiences. When this project reaches full development, individuals and families may observe the beauties of this region in a natural state without lengthy travel and large expense.

The two-day event starts on Saturday September 28th at 9:00 am in front of the Clovis Cole Hotel for a group tour and Run through the Sierra Foothills. At noon a catered lunch is served with a short program about the Nature Center. One hundred percent of the luncheon event proceeds benefits the Clovis Valley Nature and Education Center. At 7:00 pm there is a “meet up” no-host dinner at Yosemite Falls Cafe in Clovis for old and new friends to enjoy time together.

Sunday, September 29th,  the Car Show kicks off from 9 am to 10 am for registration.  The arrival location is new this year and is at Bullard and Woodworth so be sure to click on the registration link below for an entry form and check-in map.  Drivers are instructed to park their cars in assigned areas by marquis and model. From 10 am to 2 pm, British car viewing and treasure hunting at the Clovis Antique and Collectables Faire is held.

A favorite event, Oil Spot Judging also takes place during this time.  New MINIs fortunately simply cannot win this event as they refuse to leak oil!  MidCal MINIs didReggie at Car show however have several event winner’s last year, one was even a repeat winner.  A third place Oil Spot winner in 2011, Reggie, a 1995 Classic Mini took first place in 2012 for best display of oil drips. Ordinarily this would not be a good thing. Reggie however had a temperamental oil filter and even though his gasket had been changed and tightened several times, he appeared to have saved up so as to make a “big splash” for this event.  Looks like he could use some depends too!  This year however, Reggie is out of the running as he has mastered holding his oil!

In July of 2011, Reggie went from a seldom driven little hobby car sold on eBay to a very much-loved member of a MINI family. He made his brother and sister, Coopster and MINImowse very proud indeed. Thanks of course went to the MidCal cheering section that ensured Reggie’s Oil Drip victory. First place by the way garnered two gallons of engine oil; obviously something that Reggie accepted proudly and most definitely used! An added and unexpected treat was Reggie taking Second Place in the Winner’s Circle in 2012. Not too bad for a little British car who spent his formative years in Japan and his first few years in the USA seeking a true Mini lover.

Jon Brother’s and his Classic Mini, also members of MidCal, took First in Class. Jon and his Mini were fairly newly acquainted in 2012. After a lengthy search and “an endless obsession” according to Jon, to read everything there was to find out about the Classic Minis, Jon found a Mini to make his own. It is a very brilliantly done Cooper S replicaJon and his Mini. His car was fully restored, and Vintage Race prepared, by a known racer in Northern California in 1995/1996. The car had approximately 3,500 miles on it since it’s rebuild. It has a CSRG log book, with the last entry having been made in 2001. Races were logged at Thunderhill, Sears Point and Laguna Seca. Jons MiniCongratulations, Jon, Joanie and their special Mini.

You don’t want to miss this fun event, so click here to find the registration form and more information. All registrations are due no later than September 26th but to be safe, get them in by September 20th.

Let’s have another great turnout this year MidCal and let’s kick some boot! See you there.

Check here for more pictures of the 2012 great event including pictures of the MidCal contingent and here for a Video and Slide Show of the event.



September 14th – MidCal MINIs Winery Run

mouse_drinking_wine_lg_whtThe date has been set in stone for the annual MidCal MINIs Morro Bay / Paso Robles / Winery Run. As in years past, the group of MINIs will head over to the coast by taking Highway 41 to the twisties on Highway 46 with a stop at Rotta Winery for some wine tasting. The date has been set for September 14th with the band of merry MINIs departing the Starbucks at 41 and Shaw at 8:00 a.m. The group will begin assembling at about 7:45 a.m. to coordinate and set walkie talkies on the same frequency. (These are important when traveling in a large group as it helps to keep us together, so don’t forget yours!)

The MINIs will arrive at the Winery at approximately 11:00 a.m.  Upon arrival there is a $5.00 wine tasting fee which will be credited toward any purchase you make in the winery store.  This year lunch will be a BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch).  RSVPs will be needed no later than September 9th.


Rotta Winery, in Templeton California is located west of Hwy 101, just south of Hwy 46, at 250 Winery Road. The group spends several hours at the winery and then it is Rotta Winery Mapevery MINI for itself. Several of the MINIs in the past have headed over to Cambria, Morro Bay, Hearst Castle and other nearby locations for the night and to take in some local sites and events, while others have headed back home.

Rotta Winery, founded in 1908 by the Rotta Family, is the only remaining family owned “original” winery in San Luis Obispo County. Mike Giubbini, grandson to the Rotta Family and Mark Caporale of Napa, combined their talents to “bring back to life” the historic and rustic winery. Today, Rotta Winery, just as in days of old, specializes in premium red and white wines along with flavorful and distinct dessert wines. The 20-acre Rotta estate vineyard has 15 acres in Zinfandel and five in Cabernet Sauvignon. For now the Rotta label is focusing on red wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Merlot, and Black Monukka– a dessert wine and Zinfandel Port. All of the fruit for the label is being sourced from local vineyards, especially those from the Westside.

For those traveling to the coastal area for the first time, below is just a bit of history related to the area.


Morro Bay, a favorite of the MINI group, generally provides the much needed cooler weather for those from Fresno who have endured enough  days of temps over 100 degrees. Now predominately a tourist town, Morro Bay was founded by Franklin Riley in 1870 as a port for the export of dairy and ranch products. He was instrumental in the building of a wharf which has now become the Embarcadero. During the 1870s, schooners could often be seen at the Embarcadero picking up wool, potatoes, barley, and dairy products. Since the beginning of the 20th century, the town has been a center for beach holidays. Tourism is the city’s largest industry. The most popular beach is on the north side of Morro Rock, north of the harbor. There are also excellent beaches north and south of the town which are now owned by the State of California.

In the 1940s, Morro Bay developed an abalone fishing industry. Having peaked in 1957, stocks of abalone have now declined significantly due to overfishing, it remains a fishing port for halibut, sole, rockfish, albacore, and many other species for both commercial and sport vessels. The town now combines the fishing industry with coastal tourism. In addition, oysters are farmed artificially in the shallow back bay.


Another coastal area popular with folks living inland is Cambria. Early settlers were drawn to the area by its fertile lands, streams, and lumber. Additionally, miners were attracted to the area by the 1862 discovery of cinnabar, the mineral in which quicksilver is found. For awhile, Cambria was a boomtown, with $280,000 worth of quicksilver shipped out of San Simeon between 1867-70.

Originally an American settlement called Slab Town, it was centered at Leffingwell cove of today’s north Moonstone Beach, which also housed a wharf. As lumber, ranching and Quicksilver (mercury) mining increased in the area, the village adopted the more dignified name of Cambria, influence by a local transplant surveyor from Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Other notable locations in the town include the historical Old Santa Rosa Chapel which was built in 1870, and as one of the oldest churches in the county of San Luis Obispo, held Catholic mass until May 26, 1963. The church fell into neglect until 1978, when the chapel and cemetery were restored.

The primary economic activity of Cambria is tourism. Located on the Pacific Ocean the area has rocky cliffs and beaches. There are many hotels and bed & breakfasts, especially along Moonstone Beach Drive. Cambria is home to the Cambria Historical Museum in the historic East Village and Hearst Castle is located approximately six miles north of Cambria with the Northern Elephant Seal rookery at Piedras Blancas just fifteen miles north.

A favorite spot for visitors to Cambria is the J. Patrick House. J. Patrick House Bed & Breakfast Inn is an authentic Early American-style log home decorated in country decor and features a garden tucked in the forest, and a charming carriage house with eight guest rooms with fireplaces and private baths offered. A full breakfast and evening wine and hors d’ouvres are included, and if you are lucky enough, you might even have the Stuffed French toast with Pure Maple syrup!

So if you are looking for cooler weather, an easy drive with twisties thrown in and perhaps a night out of town, this is your run.

Birthday Celebrations in Oxford

The new MINI will be presented on Sir Alec Issigonis’ 107th birthday:  Oxford.

MINI 54 yearsA new era of driving excitement, in-car-infotainment and premium quality in the small car segment is drawing ever closer. The new MINI will be unveiled on 18 November 2013, 107 years to the day since the birth of the man who started an automobile revolution, Sir Alec Issigonis. MINI Plant Oxford will host the world premiere, with a party in London that same evening.

The new MINI will also have its exhibition premiere in front of international audiences that same week, with an almost simultaneous unveiling in Los Angele2014 MINI Cooper Hardtops and Tokyo. On 20 November 2013, the limelight will shine on the new star of the premium small car segment, first at the Tokyo Motor Show, Japan, followed just hours later by the Los Angeles Motor Show in California, USA. The new MINI will go on sale in the first quarter of 2014.

Born in Great Britain, built in the best tradition.

Just like its predecessor, the new MINI will be produced in Oxford. The start of production and the world premiere will mark additional highlights in a jubilee year for the MINI Plant, where automobiles have been built for more than 100 years at the historic Oxford location.

Mini and Big BenThe world premiere will pay tribute to MINI’s origins and the creator of the original icon. With the introduction of the Mini in 1959, Alec Issigonis revolutionised the automobile industry. A transversely mounted engine, front wheel drive, wheels set in all four corners and an advanced undercarriage not only delivered unparalleled cabin space for passengers and luggage on a small footprint, but also exceptional driving agility.

The concepts Issigonis introduced in the Mini became the foundation for many generations of small and compact cars. In their most modern form, those principals will continue to live on in the new MINI. Completely new engines and chassis technologies, MINI Connected innovations and refined premium quality will make it the new benchmark for driving enjoyment in its class.

MidCal MINIs Monthly Meetings

Monthly meetingMidCal MINIs monthly meetings are held on the third Friday of each month unless otherwise announced.  We are trying new locations and most recently we met at MOTHER MARY’S ITALIAN KITCHEN and prior to that we were at YOSEMITE FALLS CAFE at Granite Park.  We are always open to suggestions, so if you know of places that can accommodate up to 30 people or so and do not require deposits, let us know.  Obtain contact information for us so that we may inquire as to specifics as they relate to large groups.  We would like to find locations that have easy access to Freeways since we have members coming from various parts of the Valley.

When: Third Friday of each month at 6:30 pm – Next Meeting will be on September 20th.

Where: Mother Mary’s Italian Kitchen, 1345 N Willow Ave Clovis, CA 93611 – unless revisedmini-cooper-parking-only

Directions: Take 41 to Nees and then head east to North Willow.  Make a left turn onto North Willow, turning right into the parking lot.

Parking:  Just look for all of the MINIs in the center of the parking lot just in front of Mother Mary’s.

RSVP: Don’t forget to let us know you are coming, we need an accurate head count to ensure you have a place to sit with the group. Remember to bring your chairs for the after dinner parking lot meeting. Folding chairs are encouraged!

Send your RSVP via email and be sure to account for each individual that will be in attendance. Reservations are by person, not by car or by couple. See you at the meeting. ;)

Announcements at the MidCal Meeting on August 23rd.

imggFriday night at Mother Mary’s was a reunion of sorts with numerous MidCal MINI members getting re-acquainted with other Club members separated this year by a host of summer activities that kept us all occupied with non-MINI activities.  The MINI event also welcomed several new MINI owners eager to share their passion with other MINI lovers.  Club President Tina Kell announced that several club members will be assisting her with organizing events aid in planning and coordination responsibilities.  Tina’s time is appropriately being fully absorbed by her daughter and our youngest club member Zoie these days.  Jon Brothers, Steve Phillips and Robert Fisher will be assisting in planning runs, coordinating dates and reaching out to other Club members for ideas and suggestions for MidCal events.  We want to hear what Club members are interested in, but  more importantly, this is your Club and members are encouraged to take part in assisting with Club events as well.  The group is looking to organize various types of events which appeal to those who love to drive the curves, those who don’t, those looking for car care information and anything else the members would like to see on the Club roster of events.  Tina reviewed upcoming events for the balance of 2013 and shared a preview of preliminary items calendared for 2014.  She also handed out a suggestion form and asked attendees to share ideas, thoughts and suggestions for what the group would like to see in 2014.

Something new in 2014 will be the “cross-pollination” of the MidCal group with the Valley British Auto Club and the invitation for the two groups to share information on runs and events that each club organizes.  OVBCS logo smallerne such combined event that has been a favorite of the MidCal group has been the tradition of participating in the annual Clovis British Car Round Up celebrating the British car hobby in the Central San Joaquin Valley. The Car Roundup is held once a year on the last weekend in September and is sponsored by the Valley British Auto Club. This year the Roundup celebrates its 11th Anniversary and continues its tradition of offering car enthusiasts the opportunity to see up close, British cars from around the state. Cars built-in England like Triumph, MG, Jaguar, Healey, Range Rover, Austin, Morris, Sunbeam, Riley, Lotus and MINI/Mini Cooper all out for a day of friendly competition. The car show held in conjunction with the annual Clovis Antique and Collectibles Fair provides attendees with plenty to see and do and is enhanced by the number of restaurants, coffee houses, live music and exceptional antiques and collectibles all within walking distance of the car show.  This year the event will be on September 28th and 29th.  More information can be found at

The MidCal  group was also asked whether or not there is interest in holding the Annual Whoa Nellie Deli Run since participation has dwindled over the last several years.  This is a long run but if have never been, it is worth going at least once.  Saturday, October 12th has been tentatively selected as the date for the annual Tioga Pass Run to the World Famous Whoa Nellie Deli.  In the past the Fresno contingent meets at Starbuck’s at Shaw just east of 41 at 7 am. At 7:30 am sharp,  the group leaves to caravan to the second meeting location in Oakhurst and then rendezvous at about 8:00 – 8:15. The Oakhurst meeting location is the Raley’s Parking lot on the corner of HWY 41 & HWY 49. After a brief pit stop, the expanding caravan heads back onto 41 and takes the scenic drive through the edge of IMG_0502Yosemite National Park. Upon entering the park and paying the $20 entry fee it is then on to Tuolumne Meadows and over Tioga Pass into the town of Lee Vining and the Famous “Whoa Nellie Deli”!

The Whoa Nellie Deli is located in a Mobil gas station on a hilltop just west of the intersection of U.S. Route 395 and California State Route 120, one mile south of the business district of the small town of Lee Vining, California. (22 Vista Point Road, Lee Vining CA.)  Geographically, this location is where the eastern edge of the Sierra Nevada meets the western edge of the Great Basin. Mount Dana and other High Sierra peaks are visible to the west. The eastern entrance of Yosemite National Park, located at Tioga Pass, is 12 miles to the west. Mono Lake, a uniquely salty and mineral saturated body of water, is visible from the restaurant to the northeast. The gas station also offers a gift shop, a small grocery store, and picnic facilities. Live musical performances are featured about 30 times each year from late spring to early autumn, usually on Thursday and Sunday evenings. The restaurant is closed in the winter.

Also discussed was either an alternative run to the Whoa Nellie Deli or an additional run on October 19th.  This run would be in the Bass Lake Powerhouse area , so what this site for more information.

Happy Holidays MINIAnd of course the Annual MidCal  MINIs Christmas Party was announced for December 14th.  Tom and Tina (MINIEOR) are hosting another Annual MidCal MINI Potluck Christmas Party.   The party will again have an early start to extend the time to enjoy the beautiful California foothill scenery, wonderful weather and to enhance  quality chat time with your MINI family. All are welcomed to stay as long as you want and those partaking of the Holiday libations (drinking) and those not wanting to drive home, are encouraged to bring a sleeping bag and to stay the night. There are two bedrooms available, one with a futon and one with an air bed (with first come – first serve, so early sign up will be encouraged) and of course the living room floor is once again open for business.  The party venue also has room for someone to bring a trailer or motor home however there are no hookups.

As per tradition for those wishing to participate, there is the ever popular gift exchange. The ONLY RULES: Don’t spend more than $20 to $25 and preferably something with a MINI theme (for a MINI or having to do with a MINI or even for the MINI owner).

Watch this website for more information on each of the above referenced events with even more to come.  A calendar of currently proposed events for 2014 will be posted in the next few days.

The British are coming – Beatlemania

The BeatlesThe MidCal MINIs webmaster received an email regarding a casting call for Minis.  The La Jolla Booking Agency is looking for Minis to feature as part of a touring musical company.  According to their email, they produce a national touring musical which retells the Beatles story. The show will be playing at the Visalia Fox Theatre on Sept 27, the Bob Hope Theatre in Stockton on Sept. 28 and the Redding Civic Center on Sept. 29.  They are doing a co-promotion with the Shasta MINIs. Five MINIs will usher the actors/musicians who play “The Beatles” and “Brian Epstein” (the Beatles’ Manager) to the theatre (see press release below).  The local ABC TV affiliate will cover the event.  The band will also perform on Friday, Sept. 27 on KMPH Fox TV.  It is assumed (although we have not checked with the Agency) that they are lookingGeorge Harrison Mini Cooper for Classic Minis since the Beatles hit the scene in the 60’s.

The Agency also inquired  about whether a Mini Club might be interested in doing a co-promotion with the production provided that they were able to secure television coverage.  So if any Mini Clubs or Classic Minis are willing to chauffeur the cast to the Stockton theatre, in addition to television coverage for your club, contact Andy Nagle at the number below as they would be willing to provide your club with a free full-page ad in the show’s program and a static ad on the theatre’s screens.

 Andy Nagle at the La Jolla Booking Agency – (562) 480-7951

The British are coming…to Redding

“The Beatles” will be chauffeured to Civic Auditorium by local car club in promotion for September 29 show

Paul's MiniREDDING, CA (08/12/2013) With the 50th anniversary of Beatlemania only a few months away, a British invasion will be re-enacted on the streets of Redding courtesy of a touring Beatles musical and a local car club. 

“In My Life”, the award-winning musical biography of the Beatles, will perform at the Redding Civic Auditorium on September 29 at 7 pm. At 2 pm, the musicians and actors portraying “The Beatles” and their manager Brian Epstein will be ushered to the theatre in Mini Coopers driven by members of the Shasta Mini Cooper car club dressed in British style costumes. The Fab Four will pose for photographs in front of the Redding Civic Auditorium and a live performance of the band will be aired in the 2 pm hour on KRCR TV Channel 7. 

Among the chauffeurs will be Redding Police Chief Bob Wilson, dressed as a British Bobby and driving a Mini Cooper police car.


Weatherizing you MINI – 12 point checklist

In spite of the Valley temps currently still exceeding 100 degrees, it will not be long before night comes early and temperatures begin dropping.  As we all know winter is not a good time to have vehicle trouble.

Just as cold weather takes its toll on a vehicle, so do the hot Valley summers in California.  Just the other day, my MINI reminded me that I really should think about checking those windshield wiper blades.   Flying down the freeway after a long day at work, with the radio playing our favorite tunes and the AC blasting cool air, my sweetie took it upon herself to engage her “early detection windshield wiper blade failure system”.  She did this by spontaneously waiving strips of the wiper blade at me as I drove along.  Being the considerate little lady that she is and safety minded as well, she only waved at me from the passenger side of the car; not enough to distract my driving, but enough to get my attention as if toMINI-Cooper-in-Rain say, “excuse me, but we really need to address this before the first rain storm.”  That was on Thursday; on Sunday, I took MINImowse to see Dr. Steve and he fitted her with new blades.  By  Monday night, we had our first thunder-storm and rain in months.  Is my baby good or what; not only is she great fun to drive but she obviously watches the weather channel and keeps us motoring safely!

 Although California doesn’t have the extreme weather of the East Coast, it’s still a good idea to check your car before entering the Fall and Winter seasons. Therefore, although I have shared this post before, it is always a good idea to review your car using our 12 point checklist.

12 point Weatherization Checklist

  1. Tune up the motor. (Check your Air, Oil and Fuel filters, including new spark plugs, ignition cap, rotor and wires as necessary. Ignition system needs to be in top shape to battle the cold. )
  2. Check the anti-freeze. (Only fill with premium brand anti-freeze, make sure to check your owner’s manual for proper anti-freeze type.)
  3. Check all other fluid levels and fill as needed. (Brake Fluid, Oil, etc.)
  4. Fill wiper fluid reservoir with de-icing solution.
  5. Check the battery. (You can load test your battery at any local auto parts store or have your MINI’s doctor assist you.)
  6. Check the tread and air pressure of tires. (You want to insure good grip on the slick roads, also good for the gas mileage of your vehicle.)MINI Cooper rain 1
  7. Inspect the brakes. (Quick visual inspection will give you peace of mind driving in cold harsh conditions.)
  8. Install good windshield wiper blades. (Good wipers will keep your windshield free and clear.)
  9. Check headlights and signal lights. (A good idea every time you wash your car as one last detailing item.)
  10. Check belts and hoses, replace as necessary. (Any cracks will only get worse in the cold weather, leading to more expensive repairs.)
  11. Ensure heater and defroster are in good working condition.
  12. And last but not least -

We suggest you keep a Cold Weather Kit in your trunk

A Cold Weather Kit contains the following: a shovel, snow chains, an ice scraper, flares, a blanket, a first aid kit, candles, non-perishable food items, warm gloves, boots, a flashlight, and a cell phone if you live where it snows or if traveling through areas where it could snow.

mini cooper in heavy rainAlthough our MINIs are a blast to drive in all weather conditions, and can pretty much handle whatever Mother Nature chooses to throw at them, do remind them that we all have our limits.  As much as my MINImowse loves to splash in puddles, I have made it very clear to her that she cannot swim.  They may not want to hear it, but MINIs do have limits too.

Room with a Mini View

Mini Room 2Are you passionate about your MINI?  Just can’t get enough of it and hate to leave it in the garage or on the street at night?  Would you even sleep in it if you could?Mini Room

If you’re seeking the dream locale where you can lay your die-hard MINIac head to rest, there is a room out there for you.  If you happen to be in the area of Munster, Germany, the “Mini Cooper Room” is just a hop, skip and a jump away (or around a 25-minute drive on the Autobahn). Decked out in MINI memorabilia and dedicated entirely to the beloved British heritage brand, you can slumber in a black Classic Mini, retrofitted to host a comfy bed rather than its famed leather seats (which are now used as chairs in the room itself). Ah, luxury. Drop the top of this classic cabrio and get ready to dream sweetly of your most memorable road trips.

Oh and if you’re afraid of the dark, switch on the pair of built-in nightlights. Just reach behind the three-spoke wooden racing wheel and find a bedtime buddy in the still-functioning headlights.

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MidCal MINIs August 23, 2013 Club Meeting

Hey all MidCal MINIs, don’t forget that the club meeting for August is Friday, August 23rd at 6:30 p.m. at a new location.  Join us at Mother Mary’s Italian Kitchen and PizzeriaMother Mary's, located at 1345 North Willow, Clovis. If you have not heard, their claim to fame is daily fresh dough and sauce made from scratch! Please RSVP no later than Friday, August 16th.    This is a new location and we would like to give them as much of an early head count as possible; we don’t want to be banned from ever coming back after only one meeting! Please note that the meeting is one week later than usual. Mark your calendar now, so you don’t forget!

We have 22 people signed up so far with lots of new members!  It has been a while since we have all gotten together so let’s make this a great get-together.  This will be a big planning meeting with lots of items and scheduling being put on the table. We hope this to be a very productive night with a new system being introduced to assist in the organization of the MidCal group. Come with your ideas for meetings, events, runs, scheduling and anything else you can think of. Come be a part of the planning for the MidCal group as we head into our Fall and Winter season.

WHAT: MidCal MINI’s Monthly Meeting:

WHEN: Friday, August 23, 2013 @ 6:30PM

WHERE: Mother Mary’s: 1345 N Willow Ave Clovis, CA 93611

DIRECTIONSmini-cooper-parking-only: Take 41 to Nees and then head east to North Willow. Make a left turn onto North Willow, turning right into the parking lot.

PARKING: Look for all the MINIs!


MINI Takes the States 2014 Announced


MTTS Returns Summer 2014

MINI USA announced that MINI Takes the States 2014 will take place from July 26 – August 9, 2014.  More to come!

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