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  2. 4th Annual South Carolina (Columbia) First Responders Collectors Show Saturday October 9th, 2021 10:00am - 4:00pm S.C. Criminal Justice Academy Village Cafeteria 5400 Broad River Road Columbia, SC For more information and table reservations contact Fred Dale: fdale_1978@yahoo.com Note: all state ordered health precautions will be complied with
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  4. New York-New Jersey Police Collectors Show When: Sunday October 3, 2021 at 9am to 3pm (Table holder setup at 8am) Where: Hilton, 650 Terrace Ave, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604 Tables: $50 each. To reserve and pay for table online at Paypal (friends and family) go to: uspcltd2016@gmail.com or send a check or money order to: US Police Collectors PO Box 53 Tappan, NY 10983-0053 Hotel: Use show code "PCAOCT" to get show room rates, $149 per night not including taxes and other fees Identification is a MUST IDs will be checked prior to entering the show Police-Public Safety-Fire & EMT & Bonafide Collectors *** We will be strictly following NJ Department of Health Guidelines ***
  5. With the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, its been difficult to keep track of all the event postings, cancellations and changes... so if you notice any additions required or any errors, please let me know. Thanks, Mike
  6. Smokey Mountain (TN) Public Safety Collectors Show Date: Saturday October 16, 2021 Time: 8am - 3pm Setup: Friday October 15 from 5pm to 7pm Saturday October 16 at 7am Where: Second Baptist Church 777 Public Safety Lane Clinton, TN 37716 Table reservations: Jason Pollack email: msco941@yahoo.com mobile: 865-441-8786 Rob Jackson email: robpatches@aol.com mobile: (727) 455-1213 Tables: $10 each
  7. Fairfax Regional Badge & Patch show will be held on Saturday, November 13, 2021 at the Fairfax County (VA) Association Hall in Fairfax, VA. Tables are still only $20 and must be paid for in advance. Show hours are from 9 a.m to approximately 2 p.m. with table holder set up at 8 a.m. For additional information, contact Larry or Bill at fcpashow@aol.com. Location: 5625 Revercomb Court, Fairfax, VA 22030
  8. The Mid-Atlantic Police Collectors Extravaganza When: Saturday October 29, 2021 Time: 10am - 3pm Where: Elks Lodge, 6700 Kenilworth Ave., Riverdale, MD Host: Andy Ferraro P.O. Box 1 Brentwood, MD 20722 (240) 723-0507 Admission: $5 (10am - 3pm) Tables: $23 each (100 tables available) Exhibitors can setup between 8am - 10am
  9. Join us in Claremont, California on Saturday, January 15, 2022 for the 41th annual “Porky Show.”The largest and longest running badge and patch police and fire memorabilia show in the USA! All proceeds are donated to the Claremont Police Explorers!Go to www.theporkyshow.com for all the details. Like us on Facebook at “The Porky Show”.
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    Space Coast (Titusville, FL) Patch Show

    2022 SPACE COAST PATCH SHOW Titusville Florida The 35th Annual “Space Coast” Patch Show will be Saturday, January 29 2022 at the North Brevard Senior Center, 909 Lane Ave., Titusville, FL. Steve and Karen Bridges host the show. Note the change in location! This is your opportunity to buy-sell or trade law enforcement patches, badges, as well as other Police or Fire memorabilia. Seventy (70) tables are available for $25 each before December 31. After that tables will be $30. Early reservations are recommended because tables are offered on a “first come” basis. Each year the show is a sellout. Please send payment with your reservation. Set-up begins at 8am and the show will run from 9am until 4pm. There is a spirited display contest and awards are presented for the best displays. Reproductions must be marked. We will have a food truck onsite to provide a lunch at a reasonable cost. They were a big hit at the last show. The hotel for the show is the Holiday Inn Titusville/Kennedy Space Center 4715 Helen Hauser Blvd. the rate is $119.00 (plus tax), this rate will be valid January 27-330, 2022 and the cutoff date is December 28, 2021. The phone number is (321) 383-0200. Ask for the Space Coast Patch Show. The hotel includes a hot/cold breakfast. Early reservations are recommended as there is another event in Titusville at the same time. Be aware of their cancellation policy. Titusville is close to Kennedy Space Center and other central Florida attractions. The Police Hall of Fame, which moved from Miami to Titusville, is open and is a well-done attraction promoting Law Enforcement and has some fabulous patches and other memorabilia on display. Make table reservations by calling: 321-302-1983 (cell) or e-mail @ csteveb170@gmail.com. Confirm your reservations by mailing table fee to Steve Bridges, 1535 Justin Court, Titusville, FL 32796.
  11. Indiana Law Enforcement Memorabilia Collectors Show Come join your fellow collectors at the 2021 Indiana Law Enforcement Memorabilia Collectors Show in Bloomington, IN Date: Saturday July 31, 2021 Time: 10am to 4pm EST Location: Monroe County Fairgrounds, Community Building 5700 West Airport Road Bloomington, Indiana 47403 Table Cost: $20 Admission: Free Setup Time: Friday July 30 5:30pm - 7:00pm, Saturday July 31 8:30am Information: For table reservations and general information please contact show host, Kyle Landgrebe at: email: kc9agm@gmail.com or phone: 812-360-7641
  12. Eastern Shore of Maryland Police Memorabilia Show Date:Saturday,December 4, 2021 Time:1100 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Location: Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department 1610 Main Street, Chester, MD 21619 Come SELL, TRADE or HANG OUT! Memorabilia, Coins, Patches, Holsters, Books, and much more! Tables are $20- must have a table to sell items. (tables are limited) Raffles, local food truck vendors! Vendor set up: 10:00 a.m. If you are interested in tables please contact Tyler Argubright.
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    Central Ohio Police Insignia Collectors Show

    Photos from Todd Hansen
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    Cambridge Police Insignia Collector Show

    Saturday, September 18, 2021 9:00am to 1:30pm Tables: $7 each Admission: $4 Royal Canadian Legion 4 Veteran's Way Cambridge, Ontario N1R 3K7 Contact: Doug Harmer emsdoug@sympatico.ca
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    US National Police Collector's Show The National Police Collectors Show is renowned as the foremost event each year for police collectors to share their memorabilia, trade, sell and display collections that include all types of First Responder badges patches and other items. We want every National Police Collectors Show to be the premier annual law enforcement collecting event, no matter where it is held. All of us have made numerous friends in this hobby and many times only get to see those friends once a year at the National Shows. Help us keep these friendships, as well as the National Shows, alive and well. We encourage you to spread the word of this hobby throughout the law enforcement community, especially to the younger officers who do not seem as prevalent at these shows as they used to be. For this hobby to survive we need to get others interested in collecting and to find those collectors who don’t know about these shows and get them there. Not only do we need collectors to reserve tables, but we also need plenty of walk through traffic. The only way for this to happen is to get the word out. This responsibility rests on every collector who attends these shows, not just the show hosts. Location: St. Charles, Missouri Friday October 22, 2021 12pm - 6pm (available to registered table holders and assistants) Reception at 7pm - 10pm Saturday October 23, 2021 9am - 5pm (doors open at 8am for table holders) Sunday October 24, 2021 9am - 2pm (doors open at 8am for table holders) Awards ceremony at 11am Your 2021 Hosts Don Magruder email: npcs2021@gmx.com address: NPCs, 1220 Wesley Lane, Indianoloa, IA 50125 phone: 314-882-9344 Frank Selvaggio Bob Shockey Table Holder Registration 260 Tables are available. Table cost is $90 per table. Price includes chairs, table, and general admission https://national-police-collectors-show.com/table-info/ General Admission Donations will be accepted at the door to help cover administration costs Questions: contact us at https://national-police-collectors-show.com/contact-us/ Website: https://national-police-collectors-show.com/contact-us/
  16. Mike Ebbeling Jul 26, 2021 | 8:42 PM The City of Dryden will be losing its municipal police force. Council voted 6-1 in favour of switching to Provincial Police Monday night. Shayne MacKinnon was the only one in favour of keeping the Dryden Police Service. Dryden Council, led by Mayor Greg Wilson, directed staff in October 26, 2020, to request an OPP Costing Proposal. That resulted in presentations from the City Force, OPP, the consultant, and a public meeting. This followed a similar request in June, 2017. The same Council at that time voted 6-1 against the OPP Proposal. This time around those in favour pointed to yearly savings of roughly $1.1 million once the three year transition is completed, an increased compliment of officers and a more coordinated police approach. They stressed the decision isn’t reflective of the work done by Dryden Police officers, but noted it’s time to adapt to changing times and added and new pressures. Some stated the City just doesn’t have the same resources Provincial Police can provide. Michelle Price admitted at the meeting that this was a gut-wrenching but necessary decision. This is a developing story and more details will follow.
  17. Central Ohio Police Insignia Collectors Show Hosted by: JJ Mead and Bruce Muraco When: Saturday August 7, 2021 Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Admission is free. Time: Doors open at 8am for table Holders. Tables are 8ft and are $20 each. Payment must be received by July 15, 202!; otherwise table may be forfeited. Where: Copper Lodge Hall at FOP Lodge 9 6800 Schrock Hill Court Columbus, Ohio 43229 Doors open at 8:00 am for table holders. Tables are 8ft and are $20.00 each. Payment must be received by Aug. 1, 2019 otherwise the tables will be forfeited.This is a CLOSED show. Please vouch for your invited collector friends or have them bring law enforcement ID.
  18. Detroit-Area Police and Fire Collectors Show & Exhibit SATURDAY, September 25, 2021 - CANCELLED 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Police & Fire Badges, Patches and Memorabilia Uniforms and Restraints Unique and Prize Winning Collections and Displays Where: UFCW Union Hall 876 Horrace Brown Drive, Madison Heights MI (13 Mile and I-75) Admission: Adults $5.00, Children 12 and Under Free! • Hourly Door Prizes • Display Awards • Patch Drop Box Drawing • IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE READ ADMISSION - This is a “closed” show. You must be a known collector or have valid police / fire ID or accompany one of the above to be admitted to the show. BADGES - Current Style badges may NOT be bought, sold or traded at the show or on the property. Failure to comply with this policy may result in expulsion from the show and possible exclusion from future shows. Displays which contain current badges MUST be marked “Display Only” DISPLAY TABLES - 120+ 8ft Tables available at $25 each and must be paid for in advance. Set-up at 7:00 am Payment should be made to Dave Loar via check, money order, or Paypal. TABLE RESERVATIONS Dave Loar (517) 404-9781 cdloar@hotmail.com SHOW INFORMATION INFORMATION Mike Duvall (586) 709-6891 Duvallm70@yahoo.com Todd Hansen 2933hansen@gmail.com Bill Pace Wpace423@aol.com
  19. The 2021 “Vacation Capital” Police Collectors Show When: Saturday, September 4, 2021 Time: Doors open at 9 am (table setup begins at 7:30 am) Where: Rosen Plaza Hotel, 9700 International Dr., Orlando, Florida. Free parking (mention the "OCSO-Doug Sarubbi-Vacation Capital Police Show" by name) Awards: Awards will be presented for Best Badge, Best Patch and Best Overall Display. Hosts: Doug Sarubbi, Ron Bartholome and John Holmes are hosting the event. Doug: 407-883-6959 Email: sarubb@aol.com Tables: 90 tables are available at $30 each (setup begins at 7:30 am). Please confirm reservation by mailing payment to: Doug Sarubbi, 4023 Salmon Drive, Orlando, Florida 32835. Admission is $5. We are looking forward to seeing everyone. Safe Travels Your Show Host" -- Doug Sarubbi
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    2021 Calgary Police Collectors Show

    The 2021 Calgary, Alberta Police Collectors Show Date: Sunday September 19, 2021 Time: 9:00am to 4:00pm Location: Cuff 'N Billy Club, 3730 Westwinds Drive NE, Calgary, Alberta T3J 5H3 Host: International Police Assocation Calgary Region 3 Contact: Alex Brann Email: chandler@ipacanadaregion3.com Tables: $10 per table, setup at 8:30am. Free Admission
  21. Ontario Provincial Police - Central Region 1thtSposonsorced · Nottawasaga OPP Provincial Constable Harry Lawrenson is retiring after 56 years of service from an extraordinary career and commitment to our community. Commissioner Carrique personally presented him with the Commissioner's Coin to thank him for his dedicated service. Harry Lawrenson is a name likely known, not only to police officers, but also to many community members of all ages. He was born on October 12, 1944, and started his impressive career with the OPP on September 17, 1962, as a Civilian Radio Operator at Belleville District Headquarters. Lawrenson joined the force as an Ontario Provincial Police Constable with class 51 on October 4, 1965. He was posted to Manitouwadge Detachment. Lawrenson moved throughout the OPP area during his career, spending time at Kakabeka Falls Detachment and Shelburne Detachment. Not only did Lawrenson move throughout the OPP, he also changed roles and responsibilities: - July 3, 1973, he joined the Drug Enforcement Branch (Special Investigations Branch). - November 14, 1977, he transferred to the Intelligence Branch. - September 1, 1980, he received a promotion to Corporal. - November 16, 1981, he transferred to Anti Rackets Branch. - January 4, 1982, he transferred to the Training Branch at the newly opened OPP training facilities in Brampton (Queen & McLaughlin Street) as an instructor and a Drill Sergeant. - June 1, 1985, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. - October 15, 1985, Lawrenson moved to the Office of the Deputy Commissioner (Field Division). A promotion, to Staff Sergeant followed. - On August 1, 1986, he transferred to the Field Coordination Branch. - On April 1, 1987, he transferred to the Computer and Telecommunications Branch. - On December 5, 1988, he transferred to the Security Bureau, which led to a transfer to Queen's Park Detachment on February 1, 1990. - On June 18, 1990, Harry received a promotion to Detective Inspector and was transferred to the Intelligence Bureau, where he remained until his retirement on December 31, 1994. Detective Inspector Harry Lawrenson had a total of 32 years, 3 months and 14 days of service to the people of Ontario. Lawrenson's career did not end there, in June of 1997, Lawrenson returned to the OPP as a part-time Constable. Since returning, Lawrenson has truly gone above and beyond with his time and commitment to our community. He has dedicated countless hours to the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) program, where he has had the opportunity to mentor thousands of youth in elementary schools. Lawrenson has also mentored and trained numerous officers, not only from OPP, but other forces as well, to become DARE qualified instructors. In 2019, Lawrenson was presented with the DARE International Lifetime Achievement Award. Lawrenson is now hanging up his uniform and tucking away his boots for the last time. As of June 30, 2021, he has served our community for a combined total of 56 years. Message from Nottawasaga Detachment Commander Inspector, S. Ridout: "Harry Lawrenson, we are all honoured to have worked with you and wish you all the very best in your well-deserved retirement. You are, and always will be, one to look up to. Well done sir, we salute you!" Heartfelt message from Lawrenson's family: "Not many of us are privileged to do what we love for a lifetime. Police work has been Harry's passion and his joy, regardless of his rank or position. His years at Nottawasaga in community policing and in the DARE program have been some of his most rewarding. While we have no doubt that retiring will be bittersweet for Harry, he will always find fulfillment in knowing he spent his life accomplishing his childhood dream of becoming a police officer." Congratulations on your well-deserved retirement, Harry. Thank you for your dedication to the people of Ontario and the OPP. #NottyOPP
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    Waterloo Regional Police Insignia Collectors Meeting

    Looking forward to the Waterloo show on October 31, 2021 . It's been a long time between shows due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so be sure to get this show on your calendar. Henry always puts on a great event and will be sure to have appropriate precautions in place. Be safe!
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    RCMP ERT patches blue and white

    These are not RCMP issued patches.
  24. 2021 Waterloo Regional Police Collectors Show When: Saturday October 30, 2021 between 9am and 1pm Where: Waterloo Regional Police Association Building 1128 Rife Road, RR #2 Cambridge (North Dumfries), Ontario N1R 5S3 Host: Henry Gacparski Phone: (519) 632-7724 Email: kojak246@gmail.com
  25. Mayor Wade Mills YtSerapfsteoSrndsaoydrdStSi atsscle Sn9:fime3d7lm AM · STATEMENT FROM MAYOR WADE MILLS ON THE OPP TRANSITION February 18, 2021 Today at 12:00pm policing within the Town of Shelburne will officially and formally transition from the Shelburne Police Service to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). As Mayor, I am filled with mixed emotions as this transition marks both an historic end as well as an exciting future. Our community has been policed by the Shelburne Police Service since 1879. Since that time, our community and our police service have grown and evolved together. Through successive generations, two world wars, a great depression, two global pandemics, and a more recent explosion of population growth, our local officers have remained at the ready to serve and protect our community with dignity, bravery, and compassion. This tradition of service stands as unimpeachable today as it ever has and for that our community will be sad to close this chapter. With an eye to the future, we as a community also have much to look forward to. For many of us, we have come to know our local officers as friends and neighbours and we value the local connections that have been forged. Fortunately, these relationships will not be lost as each and every member of the Shelburne Police Service who applied to the OPP has been successfully hired. After a short transition and training period, we will welcome our officers back home to Shelburne in their new uniforms. When they return, our officers will be a part of one of North America’s largest deployed police services with more than 5,800 uniformed officers, 2,400 civilian employees and 830 auxiliary officers. They will also be supported by the tremendous network of resources that the OPP has at its disposal. I am confident – and you should be too – that our officers will be well equipped to continue to provide the level of policing service that our community expects and deserves. To Chief Moore, Sgt. Bennett, SpC Kerr, PC Morash, and Karen McLean who are not transitioning to the OPP, I want to offer a personal note of gratitude for your years of dedicated and professional service and I wish you all the very best as you move into this next exciting phase of life. To our officers and civilian staff who will be continuing with the OPP, I wish you luck as you embark upon this next lag of your career journey and I cannot wait to see you all back here in early March when we will hold a proper ceremony to mark the occasion. In the words of Charles Dickens, “The pain of parting is nothing compared to the joy of meeting again.” On behalf of Council, Town of Shelburne staff, the Shelburne Police Services Board, and our entire community, I wish to thank all members of the Shelburne Police Service, both past and present, for everything that you have done to serve this community that we all love. 2021 Shelburne Police Service Members: Chief Kent Moore Sgt. Mark Bennett Sgt. Paul Neumann PC Carey Widbur PC Cory Courtney PC Andrew Fines PC Catlin Conner PC Robert Button PC Jennifer Roach PC Jeff McLean PC Bob Fudge PC Ryan Hubbert PC Dennis Jeronimo PC Cody Lamacchia SpC Dave Kerr Karen McLean Renee Pike
  26. source: http://shelburnefreepress.ca/?p=27315 Shelburne Police Service will transition to OPP on February 18, 2021 Written By Brian Lockhart It will be an historic day in the Town of Shelburne when the members of the Shelburne Police Service answer the roll call for the last time after 142 years of serving the community as a police unit. The original Shelburne Police Department was formed in 1879. Shelburne Town Council voted unanimously on July 15, 2020 in favour of disbanding the service and bringing in the Ontario Provincial Police to take over policing duties in the community. The move to disband the Service is coming strictly from a financial standpoint and has nothing to do with a lack of confidence in the police by either the Town Council or Town residents. “Our ability to continue with a municipal police force is just no longer financially sustainable,” said Shelburne Mayor, Wade Mills, back in July. “If we lack the courage to make the difficult and responsible decision that is required now, then what we are doing is effectively delaying the inevitable and we are allowing the Shelburne Police Service, an institution with over 100 years of proud service, to suffer a slow and painful demise. I’m not prepared to allow that to happen. The institution itself deserves better than this and more importantly our officers deserve better than this.” Councillor, Kyle Fegan, agreed saying the financial aspect of keeping the force just isn’t in the cards. “It’s been mentioned before and is worth noting again, we don’t have a policing issue,” Fegan said after the vote. “I just don’t see a financially responsible way where the police force will be sustainable going forward, even in the near future.” Town of Shelburne CAO, Denyse Morrissey, said “The confirmed date for the O.P.P. transition is February 18 [2021], at noon.” As for officers currently with the Shelburne Service and seeking employment with the OPP, Ms. Morrissey said “The hiring process of the OPP [to] determine which officers with Shelburne Police Services (who applied to the OPP) will be hired by the OPP is still in process.” While the members of the Shelburne Service were initially understandably dismayed that their long standing force would be disbanded, most seem to have a positive attitude about moving forward. “This is a bittersweet time for everyone here,” said Cst. Jennifer Roach, president of the Shelburne Police Association. “We have all loved our time with the Shelburne Police Service and we are sad to see 142 years of tradition and history come to an end. The process has been stressful on everyone involved. It has been two years of the unknown, followed by a rigorous application process with the OPP. At this time no one is aware of whether they have been successful or not, so there is an air of nervous anticipation and excitement.” “We all hope that we will be able to continue to serve this community that we love, post disbandment. Every day we are blown away by the love and support that this community has shown us. I have said it previously, but it needs to be said again. In a time where it is especially easy to show negativity toward the police, Shelburne has done the exact opposite,” she added. “The supportive comments on social media, the waves and smiles, kids asking to have their pictures taken with us and so many more acts of kindness mean more to us than we can ever express.” When considering the move to OPP for some officers, Constable Roach said, “Opportunity is never a bad thing. However, when we chose to serve the Town of Shelburne as police officers we did so knowing that there was not the broad range of opportunity that is available in a larger service. This was something that we were all willing to sacrifice as there are benefits to policing in a small community that aren’t as tangible as the opportunities in a large service.” Constable Jeff McLean expressed optimism for Shelburne officers who have the opportunity to join the OPP. “The general consensus for the officers within the Shelburne Police Service, now that the changeover to OPP is imminent, is that we’re excited for the opportunities on the horizon, which are present within the organization,” Constable McLean said. “Within the OPP, there is room for further career growth, due mainly to the size of the organization. For me, personally, I’m sad to see this chapter close as both an officer and a resident of the Town but I’m looking forward to continuing to serve our community with OPP.” With many years of being a police officer still ahead of him, Officer McLean said the move to a larger Police Service would likely present new possibilities and challenges in his career. “I, personally, see the vast opportunities as a positive for my career development,” he explained. “That said, the Shelburne Police Service has been a large part of my life, both before becoming an officer, and after. I am extremely thankful to Chief Moore, Sgt. Bennett, retired Sgt. Kerr and the Town of Shelburne for providing me with the opportunity to Police this great community.” “I see this transition as closing a major chapter on my life, and now [I] am focused on having the next chapter be full of personal growth and opportunities. Those who have served the Shelburne Police Service should be proud of everything that we have accomplished in our long history,” McLean added. Originally the plan was to keep the Shelburne Police Service intact and operating. However a decision by Orangeville Town Council to disband the Orangeville Police Service and replace it with OPP had a ripple effect on Shelburne that would have meant higher costs for operating the service as well as a change in the dynamics of cooperation between the two towns and policing in the region. It has not yet been announced how many of the current Shelburne Police officers have been hired by the OPP to continue duties in the region. Current Shelburne Police Chief, Kent Moore, has confirmed he will be retiring once the OPP take over policing duties in the town.
  27. SPACE COAST PATCH SHOW-NEW LOCATION Titusville Florida The 34th Annual “Space Coast” Patch Show will be Saturday, January 30, 2021 at the North Brevard Senior Center, 909 Lane Ave., Titusville, FL. Steve and Karen Bridges host the show. This is your opportunity to buy-sell or trade law enforcement patches and badges, as well as other Police or Fire memorabilia. Seventy (70) tables are available for $25 each before December 31. After that tables will be $30. Early reservations are recommended because tables are offered on a “first come” basis. Each year the show is a sellout. Please send payment with your reservation. Set-up begins at 8am and the show will run from 9am until 3pm. There is a spirited display contest and awards are presented for the best displays. Reproductions must be marked. in the area The Senior Center will offer lunch, and there are numerous fast food restaurants. The hotel for the show is the Holiday Inn Titusville/Kennedy Space Center 4715 Helen Hauser Blvd. the rate is $115.00 (plus tax), this rate will be valid January 24-26, 2021 and the cutoff date is January 3, 2020. The phone number is (321) 383-0200 and ask for the Space Coast Patch Show. The hotel includes a hot/cold breakfast. Early reservations are recommended as there is another event in Titusville at the same time. Titusville is close to Kennedy Space Center and other central Florida attractions. The Police Hall of Fame, which moved from Miami to Titusville, is now open and is a well-done attraction promoting Law Enforcement and has some fabulous patches and other memorabilia on display. Make table reservations by calling: 321-302-1983 (cell) or e-mail @ csteveb170@gmail.com.Confirm your reservations by mailing table fee to Steve Bridges, 1535 Justin Court, Titusville, FL 32796. Due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic concerns, please check for outbreak udpates.
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