Clambake and Casual Car Show Sunday Sept. 20th

Our 5th annual clambake and fall car show will be held on Sunday, September 20th at DTJ Taborville (9850 North Blvd., Auburn Twp., OH 44023–the entrance is at the corner of Bartholomew and Quinn Roads).

The event will begin at 11:00 with an informal (non-judged) car show open to all makes and models. Bring your favorite car to display, and your car might win a people’s choice award! We’ll have live music to enjoy too.

The traditional clambake (served from 1-3pm) includes: Broth, Chowder, Clams, ½ Chicken, Coleslaw, Sweet Potato, Sweet Corn, Coffee, Cash Bar (Beer, Soft Drinks and Treats only, no Liquor sold).
Not a fan of clams?? There is also a chicken-only dinner available (as above without clams)

The clambake is $26.00; an additional dozen clams are $9.00; the chicken dinner is $18.00

Social distancing will  apply and masks are required to be worn except while eating.  If  the Ohio mask requirement is lifted by the day of the clambake, masks will still be recommended.

Reservations are due by Sunday, September 15th and can be made online here or by printing and mailing this registration form:


Not familiar with DTJ Taborville? Here’s a little history–

The initials DTJ stand for “Delnicke Telocvicne Jednoty” or “Workers’ Gymnastic Union”. DTJ as an organization is a part of the great Labor Movement as the translation implies. It is an International Organization, whose program consists of training the youth of the world to enable it to take part in the great movement for a better and more just organization of human society. The DTJ organization was formed by a group of tailors in Prague, 1897. The first DTJ group to be formed in America was founded in Cleveland, Ohio by members of the Lassalle Senior Club in 1909.

Need directions?? Here they are: Directions-to-DTJ-Taborville-Hall

Questions?? Contact our host, Allan Pintner at

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