October 9 Announcements - Updated Weekly on Wednesdays

Wednesday, October 16 6:00pm – 8:00pm
The October Social will be hosted by Phyllis and Ed Thiemann at:
Mt Hood Brewing Co. Tilikum Station:
401 SE Caruthers Street
Portland, Oregon 97214

Event is full, waitlist is open. All the information is here: October Social and Dinner

Sunday, October 20, 2-5pm

Join us for some food and drink at our next Quarterly Mixer on Sunday, October  20, 2019 from 2pm to 5pm at Boring Winery and Tap room, located at 29300 SE Haley Rd, Boring, OR 97009.

You do not have to register! Just show up. These are no-host events with food and drinks available to purchase. This place is kid and pet friendly!

Saturday, October 26  8:30am – ~2:00pm 

Hop into your Cayenne or Macan and join us for a leisurely and scenic drive through some water (possible mountain) vistas and fall colors to honor Oktoberfest. We’ll be ending with a German fare lunch in Keizer at Bargarten Bavarian Social Haus. The route is on pavement, however, expect some areas of cracked pavement and minor dips.  
For all the information and how to RSVP please go to: Oktoberfest Suvs and Schnitzels

Sunday, October 27  4:30pm – 7:00pm 

The 2019 annual autocross banquet will be held on Sunday October 27th . We welcome all competitors, Porsche, Non-Porsche, friends and anyone else who would like to attend. As usual, we’ll have door prizes, an awards presentation for all Autocross classes (Porsche and non-Porsche) and a catered Italian buffet dinner. There is a nominal fee of $18 to register and we’re limited to 60 people. So register early and don’t miss out.
Location: Ernesto’s Italian Restaurant    8544 SW Apple Way  Portland  97225 
Link to registration: Motorsportsreg for AX Awards Banquet

November Social and Dinner – RSVPs are Open

Wednesday, November 20 6:00pm – 8:00pm

The November Social will be hosted by Cristy and Steve Johnson at:
Vintage Room Restaurant
Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club 
4805 SW 229th Avenue
Aloha, OR 97007

RSVPs are open. This event is already 1/2 full.   All the information is here: November Social and Dinner

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Saturday, December 7  5:00pm – 10:00pm 

Registration for the Annual Holiday Party is open.   This is always a club favorite.  For all the information and link to register, go to: Holiday Party Information

Upcoming Events

Sat 19
Sat 19
Sun 20

Q4 Mixer – Please Join us on Sunday, October 20

October 20 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sat 26
Sun 27

2019 Autocross Awards Banquet

October 27 @ 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Nov 13

ORPCA Board of Directors Meeting – November

November 13 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Nov 20

Monthly Social and Dinner – November

November 20 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Dec 07

2019 Holiday Party – Registration is Open

December 7 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Dec 11

ORPCA Board of Directors Meeting – December

December 11 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Jun 25
Sep 18

2020 Sisters and Crater Lake Multi-Day Tour – FULL

September 18 @ 8:00 am - September 19 @ 11:30 pm

Recent Events

Autocross #8 10-6-19
Tech Session AR Auto Service 10-5-19
Adopt a Road - Marlene MacEwan 9-29-19
Midweek Drive 9-24-19
Autocross #7 9-15-19
Arrive and Drive 9-14-19
Maryhill Loops Tour 9-7-19
SUV Tour Windy Ridge 8-24-19
Autocross #6 8-18-19
Summer Tour and Picnic 8-11-19
GermanPalooza 8-3-19
Cars and Coffee - Porsche Day 7-27-19
Midweek Drive 7-23-19

Club Magazine

October 2019

How to become a Member

You own a Porsche,
you are 18 or older,
you are a PCA member,
you are ready to join us!

1st Step: JOIN PCA


2nd Step: JOIN ORPCA

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Member Profile

Gary and Ina Feldmann joined PCA in 2011 and Oregon PCA in 2012. Their current Porsche is a 2013 991.1 Carrera in Aqua Blue. This is their 6th Porsche. Gary joined PCA in 1974 and was a member for about 5 years.  He rejoined in 2011.  The other 5 Porsches they have owned were:
1972 914-4, 1970 911 T, 1973 914-4 2.0, 1976 914-4 2.0, 1999 911 Carrera

Gary is an avid Autocross competitor, winning the 2018 championship in the Showroom Stock class, S03 by 14 points. Congratulations!

You can meet Gary and Ina very easily, as they attend most of the monthly socials and drives.

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