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Coronation Car Show

Celebrating the Coronation of King Charles III. This will be the first of two events this week to honour the new king.
Enjoy your Sunday with four British classics – crowns, corgis, cycles, and cars!
Bring your family and friends. Enjoy a Spring afternoon, gaze at gorgeous British classics, and meet fellow Brits and car enthusiasts. Come in fancy dress, and you might win a prize! The event is free to spectators and participants. Bring cans of food to donate to our local food pantry drive benefitting “GRACE” Grapevine. Please help us help those in need.
Calling All Brit Car and Motorcycle Owners:
Why not display your vehicle or bike for everyone to admire – and meet fellow enthusiasts at the same time? Vehicles don’t have to be in pristine condition – our emphasis is on fun and camaraderie. Call us at 817 421 2311 to reserve a space for free. Thanks for helping us maintain the great spirit of British motoring in Texas.
And don’t forget the Corgis! If you have a Corgi, please bring them along. We will have a Corgi Parade, and awards will be given for the best costume!

Coronation Watching Party

Celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III among friends. If you were not one of the few hundred to receive an invitation to the coronation, the best place to watch is at The British Emporium, the most British spot in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.
The Coronation details have yet to be announced, but we anticipate it will be an early morning event here in Texas. The British Emporium in Historic Downtown Grapevine will host a watching party at a time TBD, but don’t be surprised if it’s 5 am. The event will be held in the car park, or, as you Texans say, the parking lot. Guests are asked to bring their own chairs and encouraged to dress in their favourite attire as if they were at Westminster Abbey. The store is located at 140 N. Main St. in Grapevine.
Special guests will include His Grace Bishop Keith L. Ackerman, bishop for the Diocese of Quincy in the Episcopal Church and the bishop vicar of the Diocese of Quincy of the Anglican Church in North America, and Assisting Bishop of Fort Worth. He will be at the store later in the morning that day.