Don’t miss your chance to see some Once in a Lifetime Clinics at the Railway Modellers Meet!
The upcoming Railway Modellers Meet happening May 3rd to May 5th at Simon Fraser University's Burnaby Campus has so many excellent clinics to choose from, where should you start? We would suggest taking in as many clinics as you can; from layout design to electronics, kitbashing to using photos for your structures, there is truly something to interest every modeller. Register today to be a part of the fun.
Such well known presenters as David Popp, Lance Mindheim, Geoff Bunza, along with many other excellent clinicians will be presenting at this year’s meet. The opportunity to see these clinics and interact with these high profile presenters is one you shouldn’t miss. This will likely be your only opportunity to see these popular, well known presenters in a local setting. Don’t miss this “once in a lifetime” chance. Register today to take advantage of this great opportunity.
David Popp’s video clinic on timesaving techniques for building a model railroad empire promises to be a great clinic. David is the producer for Model Railroader Video Plus at Model Railroader magazine, so his experience and techniques will be a wonderful opportunity for meet registrants. There will also be a Q&A session as part of the clinic to give attendees the chance to get input from one of the key people at the most well known hobby publication in North America: Model Railroader.
Lance Mindheim will be presenting the keynote presentation as well as two additional clinics, one on using photos for structures and the other on layout planning. These promise to be excellent, informative presentations. Lance has been published in Model Railroader, Railroad Model Craftsman and other magazines, has published several books and has a great blog as well. His presentations are not to be missed; register today to take in these great clinic presentations.
Dr. Geoff Bunza will be presenting a pair of clinics: a hands-on clinic on Arduino uses in model railroading, and a clinic on building a customizable, simplified handheld WiFi throttle. Both clinics promise to be excellent learning opportunities for model railroaders. Dr. Bunza has authored numerous articles on animation for Model Railroad Hobbyist, New York Central System Historical Society Modeler Magazine, Railroad Model Craftsman, and The HO Collector. He has also presented clinics many NMRA meets including the national convention. While the hands-on clinic is full, a standby list is available for those who would like an opportunity to attend if a spot opens up. Dr. Bunza's clinics are sure to be must sees for anyone interested in model railway electronics.
Whether it is Mark Dance’s clinic on the Nelson diesel shops, Doug Lee’s clinic on creating an operating theme, Tim Horton's clinic on servos in model railroading applications, or Dr. Gary Hinshaw's clinic on modelling scenery with styrofoam, there truly is something for everyone. The Railway Modellers Meet promises to be one of the best yet. Register today; we’ll see you at the meet! Tell a friend!
The RMMBC Committee