DSE Season Celebration to Offers Unique Viewing Opportunity  

All racers, crewmembers & spectators of the DSE Sportsman Series are invited to attend the first ever DSE season awards presentation coming in November…..

That will be held on Sunday November 18, 2012 at the Ontario Heritage Steam Museum in Puslinch Ontario. This day is open to everyone who would like to attend or just visit the Museum.

Since we have done a few things different with our series this year we have also departed from the norm and will hold a Sunday afternoon get together, barbeque and short awards ceremony. The BBQ will begin at noon and conclude at 4 pm with the awards ceremony taking place at 2 pm.

Our good friend Mr. Wayne Fischer owns the museum and has graciously agreed to open its doors to our participants for the day. It is probably one of the largest and best kept private collections of steam powered equipment in Canada and perhaps eastern half of North America. Housed in a 40,000 square foot modern, clean, adjoining buildings, resides stationary engines ranging from small 5 HP vertical marine engines to 600 HP Industrial monsters. Steam rollers, restored operative traction engines (too many to list) and even a rail road locomotive undergoing restoration fills these buildings front to back. If you think a Top Fueler’s clutch and fuel management system is complicated wait till you see some of these turn of the century machines. 

Wagon Rides will be available for all on what we call the People Mover (pulled by one of the many steam engines) through a back country lane about a ¼ mile long. All of the restoration projects & shops will be open to browse, and take pictures of with the people mover operating as long as anyone wants a ride.

We would ask for a donation of $20.00 per adult to offset the lunch expenses with the balance being donated to the Ontario Heritage Steam Museum. Bring your family, your crew members or the neighbor who doesn’t complain when you are loading the race car late at night. We hope to see you there. 

Directions :  at Emerald Lake in Puslinch Ontario- the Museum will be 1000 feet west past Emerald Lake.  There will be an sign at the entrance – follow the long laneway.

Posted by:  Dave & Andrew Stirk – DSE Sportsman Racing Series