It is a tough time of the year for owners of Rolls-Royce and Bentley automobiles in the RROC Can-Am Prairie Region.  Less than desirable weather and road conditions force a majority of owners put their PMC's into hibernation.  The arrival of winter does not stop the planning of events.  'Off-season' get togethers will continue as will monthly on-line ZOOM meetings.  With 2022 just around the corner, the Events & Road Trips section of the Can-Am Prairie Region website will continue to be updated.



Leduc, Alberta

December TBA, 2021

The Leduc West Antique Society is home to Canada's largest, private collection of Rolls-Royce and Bentley automobiles. (Grand opening - Spring 2022).  During the annual Country Lights display this December, PMC owners will enjoy a special private showing of the museum.  The month-long Country Lights event is hosted by the Leduc West Antique Society, the Kinsmen Club and the Boys and Girls Club of Leduc.  Close to 50,000 people have enjoyed the outdoor display of Christmas Lights the last two years.  The Leduc Food Bank has stocked its shelves with more than 8,000lbs of donated food.  The walkthrough of the outdoor Christmas Lights display takes about 25 minutes to complete.

NOW OPEN till January 2nd, 2022 (Closed Christmas Day)
Doors open at 5:00pm.  Open till 10pm (except 8pm on Christmas Eve)
Admission $2.00/person
Food bank donations welcomed!

Leduc West Antique Society is located 5 kilometers west of Leduc just north of Highway 39 on Range Road 260 (Cohne Dale Road).




Wednesday, December 15, 2021

The final Zoom meeting of 2021 takes place Wednesday, December 15th.  The "Twas the Week Before Christmas" edition starts at 7:30pm.  RROC Can-Am Prairie Region members bring the topics for discussion.

All members will receive an access code for the Wednesday night Zoom meeting via email.


Leduc, Alberta


Howard Lengert, longtime RROC Can-Am Prairie Region member, will officially open the doors to the Rolls-Royce and Bentley car museum in the Spring of 2022.  The exterior of the museum is a tribute to the Hooper Coachbuilders building.  Inside the museum is Canada's largest collection of privately owned Rolls-Royce and Bentley automobiles from the 1920's to the 1990's.  Included in the collection are four Rolls-Royce cars built in the original Hooper Coachbuilders building in London.  Coronavirus and government restrictions unfortunately cancelled the official opening in 2020.  Lingering restrictions into 2021 forced organizers to make the hard decision to further delay the official grand opening until next year.  The museum is located on the grounds of the Leduc West Antique Society.  The LWAS is just 5 kilometers west of Leduc on Highway 39 and 1/4 kilometer north of Highway 39 on Range Road 260.


For more information on Can-Am Prairie Region events please contact.

If you live in Edmonton or surrounding regions: Gordon Craig (780) 886 - 5232
If you live in Calgary or surrounding regions: Dave Keith (403) 708 - 2123
Saskatchewan - TBA
Manitoba - TBA
Montana - TBA



Charleston, South Carolina

January 19 - 23, 2022 (Wednesday - Sunday)

Historic Charleston, South Carolina is the destination for members of the Rolls-Royce and Bentley Owners Club the third week of January.  The Charleston Harbor Resort & Spa is the host hotel for the 2022 RROC Winter Getaway.  A meet and greet kicks off the get-together on Wednesday, January 19th.  Concours judge and RROC member Simon Curzon will be hosting a Judges Training Session on Thursday, January 20th.  Friday, January 21st is the annual RROC Board Meeting which will cover a variety of topics.  This 2022 RROC Winter Getaway has events planned for those interested in history with visits to Fort Sumter, Boone Hall and the USS Yorktown.  On Saturday, January 20th, a special Rolls-Royce and Bentley show and shine event on the grass.  Enter your car in one of four categories; Concours, Touring, Evaluation, Display.

Registration deadline for the 2022 RROC Winter Getaway is December 31st, 2021


Vancouver, British Columbia

Saturday, May 21, 2022

Organizers of the Vancouver All British Field Meet are hoping third time's a charm.  After cancelled/postponed events in 2020 and 2021 thanks to Coronavirus restrictions, the 35th annual ABFM is scheduled for Saturday, May 21st, 2022.  This world-class show will feature over 600 British built vehicles on display at the VanDuesen Botanical Gardens located south of Downtown Vancouver.  Dozens of vendors will also be set-up selling automotive wares including hard to find parts and collectibles.  The show runs from 10AM - 4:30PM.

NOTE: On Sunday, May 22nd, the optional All British Drive takes place. A parade of British cars takes the Sea to Sky Highway to Whistler, BC where there will be another display at the Olympic Plaza.  Pre-registration is recommended for both Saturday and Sunday events.




San Diego, California

June 21 - 24, 2022 (Tuesday - Friday)

The RROC San Diego Region celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2022 by hosting the 70th annual RROC meet. The annual meet will also celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Rolls-Royce 20HP. The Dana on Mission Bay is the host hotel/resort for the 70th annual RROC meet. Educational and technical seminars on pre-war to modern Rolls-Royce and Bentley automobiles will be held at the host hotel. The San Diego Air and Space Museum and the flight deck of the USS Midway aircraft carrier will be the scene of two of the RROC dinners. Scenic sunrise and beach drives are being planned. Show your car on Wednesday's Fiesta on the Lawn.

** Along with special room rates during the 70th annual meet, The Dana on Mission Bay has special room rates for RROC members three-days before (June 18- 20) and three-days after (June 25 - 27).


Victoria, British Columbia

September 10 - 17, 2022

After being postponed the last two-years due to Coronavirus/government restrictions, the RROC BC Region finally gets to host the Vancouver Island Pootle in 2022.  Victoria, British Columbia is the starting and ending point of the week long VIP event.  Seascapes, mountain views, the Butchart Gardens, potential glimpses of whales plus a visit to a racetrack are just a few of the highlights.  Pre-registration will begin in February.  Currently, the 2022 Vancouver Island Pootle will be limited to 25 cars and 50 people.