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Texas Air Country 24 - 27 Oct Brownwood TX The Texas Country Air Rally returns in 2019 to Brownwood, Texas.  Join us in the geographical center of Texas for the largest Urban Rally in the United States. Rose Parade Rose Parade Rally 27 - 2 Dec - Jan Pasadena CA Region 12 is again hosting the 39th Rose Parade Rally in Pasadena, CA. It’s dry camping only a couple of blocks from Colorado Blvd, site of the 131st Rose Parade on January 1, 2020. CAnopening Canopening 2020 Rally 30 - 2 Dec - Jan Topsail Hill Rd Santa Rosa Beach FL 32459 Canopener has gotten SO popular that even more folks make plans to come to the park early - so we will be scheduling some activities to keep our hands and minds busy... Pub Crawls, the Arkansas Unit's famous fish fry and the New Year's Eve FlaMingle - are among the things we're planning - stay tuned! Cornhole 14th Annual Canopener Rally 1 - 6 Jan 7525 W. Scenic Highway 30A Santa Rosa Beach FL 32459 This is a national joint rally sponsored by Airforums and the Southeastern Camping Unit and Arkansas Razorback Club of the WBAC. No membership of any group is required and there is no Rally fee.  Streaming_on_harbor Streamin on the Harbor 2020 5 - 8 Mar Georgetown SC The stage is set......a historic town on the Sampit River which flows into Winyah Bay, South Carolina, enthusiastic Airstreamers, mild temps and “Streamin on the Harbor” will begin. A combined Unit and National/Special Event Rally sponsored and organized by the South Carolina Coastal Airstream Club. Silver on Mainstreet "Silver on Mainstreet" In Havana 2020 26 - 29 Mar Havana FL Downtown Havana will again be open for Airstream parking in 2020.   We had such a good time at the first Havana Rally that we have decided to do it again. 70 rigs will park downtown and 30 at the city park. galax Old Fiddlers Rally region 3 Galax Old Fiddlers Convention 2 - 9 Aug Galax VA The Fiddler’s Convention is six days of continuous entertainment while the rally will have special concerts by Wayne Henderson and Friends, and the Junior Appalachian Musicians as well as a tour of Wayne’s shop and his extraordinary museum, A breakfast, dinner, and melon “cutting” included.