Activities Schedule

Welcome to Rocky Mountain Hobby University!

Your source for beginner and advanced workshops in coordination with the Rocky Mountain Hobby-Expo. Most workshops at the Hobby-Expo are free, however there are a few that require a fee for materials.

Saturday Oct 12

 

  •  10:00 am: Biomimicry workshop with Wings Over the Rockies- What can we learn from bees? Scientists are adapting the shapes and engineering feats found in nature to create better and more pleasing planes, engines and space craft. Find out how they do it in this buzzing workshop. Workshop room G35/G37  Expo 1
  • 10:00 am: Newbie Drone Opportunities with Andrew Lindemann- sponsored by Colorado UAS Workshop Room G42/44 Expo 1
  • 10:00 am Drone Safety/FAA FAST Team with Vic Moss Workshop Room G47/49 Expo 1
  • 10:00 am: Time Well Spent will demo Dexterity Games (Fishing Day, Tumble Tree, FastTrack, Dr Beaker, and more)
  • 11:00 am: Game Design Workshop with Paul Dennen, designer of newly released Eternal: Chronicles of the Throne and award winning Clank! A deck-building Adventure. Do you want to know what goes into creating a game? This Saturday at 11 a.m. meet with Paul Dennen, designer of award winning Clank! and newly released Eternal Chronicles of the Throne. Paul will talk about his process in designing Clank! from ideation to reality and what goes into goals, rules, components, and mechanics! This will also provide the opportunity for your questions to be answered!  Workshop Room G42/44 Expo 1
  • 11:00 am: Railroad Grain Operations with Blaine Hadfield  Workshop room G47/49  Expo 1
  • 11;00 am: Coding Workshop with Codespire  In the CodeSpire Coding Workshop students will have a hands-on experience in coding robotics and beginning game design. During our 60 minute session, students will work on computers starting with robot control using block or menu-based coding programs to move, detect obstacles and make decisions. During the last half hour, students will be introduced to JavaScript line-coding, using a Gamified platform to guide their avatar characters in real-time through mazes and battles with trolls.Students will leave the workshop with an understanding of iOT (Internet of Things) and how coding works with externally connected devices, such as robots and drones, and will also receive hands-on experience and a beginning understanding of line-coding syntax in JavaScript.Workshop room G39/41  Expo 1 Limited to 15 attendees
  • 12:00 pm: The Transcontinental Railroad with Doug Geiger  Workshop Room G47/49  Expo 1
  • 12:00 pm: Journey to Promontory with Rich Luckin Journey to Promontory traces the building of the transcontinental railroad from the signing of the Pacific Rail act in 1862, to it's joining of the rails on May 10th, 1869. The railroad's history is told through rail historians and Union Pacific management along with historic images right up the present railroad.  Workshop room G47/49  Expo 1
  • 12:00 pm: Casting demo with Reynolds Advanced Materials  Workshop room G43/45 Expo 1
  • 12:00 pm: Time Well Spent will demo Silly/quick games (Happy salmon, funky chicken, and more)
  • 12:00 pm: Coding Workshop with Codespire  In the CodeSpire Coding Workshop students will have a hands-on experience in coding robotics and beginning game design. During our 60 minute session, students will work on computers starting with robot control using block or menu-based coding programs to move, detect obstacles and make decisions. During the last half hour, students will be introduced to JavaScript line-coding, using a Gamified platform to guide their avatar characters in real-time through mazes and battles with trolls. Students will leave the workshop with an understanding of iOT (Internet of Things) and how coding works with externally connected devices, such as robots and drones, and will also receive hands-on experience and a beginning understanding of line-coding syntax in JavaScript.Workshop room G39/41 Expo 1 Limited to 15 attendees
  • 1:00 pm: Adams 14 Meet & Greet (Private Event) Workshop room G42/44 Expo 1
  • 1:00 pm: DCC - An In Depth Look with Lee Ryan  The first part is basics of getting started and the DCC systems available. The second part is more technical and goes into some of the "behind the scenes" of how DCC works, how to "program" a decoder and some of the newer technology available for operating model trains. Workshop room G43/45  Expo 1
  • 2:00 pm: Time Well Spent will demo Light Family Games (Clouds, Ring It, Who did it and more) 
  • 2:00 pm: Learn the Science of Flight through paper airplanes with Wings Over the Rockies- Paper airplanes are a combination of design, finesse, and science! This workshop teaches the four forces of flight, aerodynamics, and design. Participants will be able to take home their own paper airplane and learn new and creative designs to try and fly. Workshop room G35/37  Expo 1
  • 2:00 pm: Your Future in Professional Engineering with Diego Torres- Sponsored by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers  Workshop Room G47/49 Expo 1
  • 2:30 pm: The Steel Industry and the Railroads with Doug Geiger  Workshop room G42/44  Expo 1
  • 3:00 pm: Drone Opportunities for Current Pilots with Andrew Lindemann sponsored by UAS Colorado Workshop Room G42/44 Expo 1
  • 4:00 pm: Time Well Spent will demo Strategic Family Games (Battle sheep, Trekking the National Forests, Blue Lagoon, Kingdomino, Codenames and more!)
  • All Day: Meet Tom Daniel, The Most Prolific Designer of Wild Automotive and Cycle Designs EVER in the Atlantis Toy & Hobby booth at this year’s Hobby-Expo!
  • All Day: Modeling Live! with the CoMMIES Chapter of IPMS- where a bunch of club members will be building models – all kinds of subjects, at all stages of build, so people can see it happen and ask questions, and tell us how they built models when they were kids, and realize they could get back into the hobby, share it with their kids and their friends.  
  • All Day: Play to Win games with the Envoy crew
  • All Day: Learn to play Dungeons and Dragons with our partner, Gamer Girl Games
  • All Day: Hands-on Coding and Circuitry from Codespire and University of Colordo Denver  Booth 323 Expo 2
  • All Day: Plastic Model Make N Take with CoMMIES/Sponsored by Atlantis Models- Build a plastic model kit & take it home FREE. Workshop room G30/32  Expo 1
  • All Day: Fly using a real time flight simulator with Shades of Blue  Booth 327  Expo 2
  • All Day: Open play over 500 games courtesy of our friends at Gamers Giving  Booth 103/105  Expo 2
  • All Day: Rocket Make N Take Sponsored by Estes Rocketry- Build a rocket with the folks who fly them and take it home for FREE. Follow up with a post show launch. Workshop room G31/33  Expo 1
  • All Day: Atlas-Games will be demoing the hit Godsforge  Booth 102/201 Expo 2
  • All Day: Learn about Astronomy and Telescopes with the International Association of Astronomical Studies  Booth 226  Expo 2
  • All Day: Dire Wolf Digital will be demoing Clank!, Clank! Legacy: Acquisitions Incorporated, Eternal: Chronicles of the Throne, as well as our digital adaptations of Raiders of the North Sea and Yellow & Yangtze.
  • All Day: RipMode Skwad will be doing Learn To Fly sessions, where you can fly a small drone onsite. North side of Expo 2
  • All Day: 3D printing demos with Lockheed Martin  Booth 228  Expo 2
  • All Day: Virtual reality demos with Lockheed Martin  Booth 228  Expo 2
  • All Day: Race RC with Traxxas and Colpar's HobbyTown- Race the newest RC cars on the Traxxas Try Me Track Expo 2 Booth 432
  • All Day: FirstInspire Robotics demos including First Lego League, First Lego League Jr, First Tech Challenge and First Robotics Competition  Booth 231-235  Expo 2
  • All Day: The Science of Magnets with Zen Magnets  Booth 302/401  Expo 2
  • All Day: Virtual Reality Rocket Launches with United Launch Alliance  Booth 329  Expo 2
  • All Day: Crawl with RC Basement- The folks from RC Basement will have a large crawling track to let you try the latest in RC Crawlers  Expo 2 Booth 432
  • All Day: Asmodee will be demoing Spot It, Just One, Obscurio and Key Forge, which was designer by the creator of Magic The Gathering
  • All Day: Wizards Chest will offer the following Learn to Play Demos- Star Wars Armada, Warhammer Warcry and Warhammer Underworlds
  • All Day: Build-A-Layout sponsored by Bachmann Trains and Woodland Scenics- Learn how to build a model railroad layout with hands-on opportunities to make scenery and more. Kids who participate in the Build-A-Layout have an opportunity to win it on Sunday! Parents must be able to transport the 4 x 6 layout home if they win.  Kids Corner  Expo 3
  • All Day: Race RC Boats with NAMBA members- Loading Dock east of Expo 3
  • All Day: Get Started in RC Drag Racing with NPRC- Expo 3 Near Drifting Track
  • All Day: Kids Corner Railroad Activities- Kids can watch movies at the Railroad Theatre, Play with wooden trains, run large scale trains and do an exciting crossover train race- they might crash! These are not drop-off activites- parents must stay with their children. Kids Corner  Expo 3

 

Saturday Oct 12

 

  •  10:00 am: Biomimicry workshop with Wings Over the Rockies– What can we learn from bees? Scientists are adapting the shapes and engineering feats found in nature to create better and more pleasing planes, engines and space craft. Find out how they do it in this buzzing workshop. Workshop room G35/G37  Expo 1
  • 10:00 am: Newbie Drone Opportunities with Andrew Lindemann- sponsored by Colorado UAS Workshop Room G42/44 Expo 1
  • 10:00 am Drone Safety/FAA FAST Team with Vic Moss Workshop Room G47/49 Expo 1
  • 10:00 am: Time Well Spent will demo Dexterity Games (Fishing Day, Tumble Tree, FastTrack, Dr Beaker, and more)
  • 11:00 am: Game Design Workshop with Paul Dennen, designer of newly released Eternal: Chronicles of the Throne and award winning Clank! A deck-building Adventure. Do you want to know what goes into creating a game? This Saturday at 11 a.m. meet with Paul Dennen, designer of award winning Clank! and newly released Eternal Chronicles of the Throne. Paul will talk about his process in designing Clank! from ideation to reality and what goes into goals, rules, components, and mechanics! This will also provide the opportunity for your questions to be answered!  Workshop Room G42/44 Expo 1
  • 11:00 am: Railroad Grain Operations with Blaine Hadfield  Workshop room G47/49  Expo 1
  • 11;00 am: Coding Workshop with Codespire  In the CodeSpire Coding Workshop students will have a hands-on experience in coding robotics and beginning game design. During our 60 minute session, students will work on computers starting with robot control using block or menu-based coding programs to move, detect obstacles and make decisions. During the last half hour, students will be introduced to JavaScript line-coding, using a Gamified platform to guide their avatar characters in real-time through mazes and battles with trolls.Students will leave the workshop with an understanding of iOT (Internet of Things) and how coding works with externally connected devices, such as robots and drones, and will also receive hands-on experience and a beginning understanding of line-coding syntax in JavaScript.Workshop room G39/41  Expo 1 Limited to 15 attendees
  • 12:00 pm: The Transcontinental Railroad with Doug Geiger  Workshop Room G47/49  Expo 1
  • 12:00 pm: Journey to Promontory with Rich Luckin Journey to Promontory traces the building of the transcontinental railroad from the signing of the Pacific Rail act in 1862, to it’s joining of the rails on May 10th, 1869. The railroad’s history is told through rail historians and Union Pacific management along with historic images right up the present railroad.  Workshop room G47/49  Expo 1
  • 12:00 pm: Casting demo with Reynolds Advanced Materials  Workshop room G43/45 Expo 1
  • 12:00 pm: Time Well Spent will demo Silly/quick games (Happy salmon, funky chicken, and more)
  • 12:00 pm: Coding Workshop with Codespire  In the CodeSpire Coding Workshop students will have a hands-on experience in coding robotics and beginning game design. During our 60 minute session, students will work on computers starting with robot control using block or menu-based coding programs to move, detect obstacles and make decisions. During the last half hour, students will be introduced to JavaScript line-coding, using a Gamified platform to guide their avatar characters in real-time through mazes and battles with trolls. Students will leave the workshop with an understanding of iOT (Internet of Things) and how coding works with externally connected devices, such as robots and drones, and will also receive hands-on experience and a beginning understanding of line-coding syntax in JavaScript.Workshop room G39/41 Expo 1 Limited to 15 attendees
  • 1:00 pm: Adams 14 Meet & Greet (Private Event) Workshop room G42/44 Expo 1
  • 1:00 pm: DCC – An In Depth Look with Lee Ryan  The first part is basics of getting started and the DCC systems available. The second part is more technical and goes into some of the “behind the scenes” of how DCC works, how to “program” a decoder and some of the newer technology available for operating model trains. Workshop room G43/45  Expo 1
  • 2:00 pm: Time Well Spent will demo Light Family Games (Clouds, Ring It, Who did it and more) 
  • 2:00 pm: Learn the Science of Flight through paper airplanes with Wings Over the Rockies– Paper airplanes are a combination of design, finesse, and science! This workshop teaches the four forces of flight, aerodynamics, and design. Participants will be able to take home their own paper airplane and learn new and creative designs to try and fly. Workshop room G35/37  Expo 1
  • 2:00 pm: Your Future in Professional Engineering with Diego Torres– Sponsored by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers  Workshop Room G47/49 Expo 1
  • 2:30 pm: The Steel Industry and the Railroads with Doug Geiger  Workshop room G42/44  Expo 1
  • 3:00 pm: Drone Opportunities for Current Pilots with Andrew Lindemann sponsored by UAS Colorado Workshop Room G42/44 Expo 1
  • 4:00 pm: Time Well Spent will demo Strategic Family Games (Battle sheep, Trekking the National Forests, Blue Lagoon, Kingdomino, Codenames and more!)
  • All Day: Meet Tom Daniel, The Most Prolific Designer of Wild Automotive and Cycle Designs EVER in the Atlantis Toy & Hobby booth at this year’s Hobby-Expo!
  • All Day: Modeling Live! with the CoMMIES Chapter of IPMS– where a bunch of club members will be building models – all kinds of subjects, at all stages of build, so people can see it happen and ask questions, and tell us how they built models when they were kids, and realize they could get back into the hobby, share it with their kids and their friends.  
  • All Day: Play to Win games with the Envoy crew
  • All Day: Learn to play Dungeons and Dragons with our partner, Gamer Girl Games
  • All Day: Hands-on Coding and Circuitry from Codespire and University of Colordo Denver  Booth 323 Expo 2
  • All Day: Plastic Model Make N Take with CoMMIES/Sponsored by Atlantis Models– Build a plastic model kit & take it home FREE. Workshop room G30/32  Expo 1
  • All Day: Fly using a real time flight simulator with Shades of Blue  Booth 327  Expo 2
  • All Day: Open play over 500 games courtesy of our friends at Gamers Giving  Booth 103/105  Expo 2
  • All Day: Rocket Make N Take Sponsored by Estes Rocketry– Build a rocket with the folks who fly them and take it home for FREE. Follow up with a post show launch. Workshop room G31/33  Expo 1
  • All Day: Atlas-Games will be demoing the hit Godsforge  Booth 102/201 Expo 2
  • All Day: Learn about Astronomy and Telescopes with the International Association of Astronomical Studies  Booth 226  Expo 2
  • All Day: Dire Wolf Digital will be demoing Clank!, Clank! Legacy: Acquisitions Incorporated, Eternal: Chronicles of the Throne, as well as our digital adaptations of Raiders of the North Sea and Yellow & Yangtze.
  • All Day: RipMode Skwad will be doing Learn To Fly sessions, where you can fly a small drone onsite. North side of Expo 2
  • All Day: 3D printing demos with Lockheed Martin  Booth 228  Expo 2
  • All Day: Virtual reality demos with Lockheed Martin  Booth 228  Expo 2
  • All Day: Race RC with Traxxas and Colpar’s HobbyTown– Race the newest RC cars on the Traxxas Try Me Track Expo 2 Booth 432
  • All Day: FirstInspire Robotics demos including First Lego League, First Lego League Jr, First Tech Challenge and First Robotics Competition  Booth 231-235  Expo 2
  • All Day: The Science of Magnets with Zen Magnets  Booth 302/401  Expo 2
  • All Day: Virtual Reality Rocket Launches with United Launch Alliance  Booth 329  Expo 2
  • All Day: Crawl with RC Basement- The folks from RC Basement will have a large crawling track to let you try the latest in RC Crawlers  Expo 2 Booth 432
  • All Day: Asmodee will be demoing Spot It, Just One, Obscurio and Key Forge, which was designer by the creator of Magic The Gathering
  • All Day: Wizards Chest will offer the following Learn to Play Demos- Star Wars Armada, Warhammer Warcry and Warhammer Underworlds
  • All Day: Build-A-Layout sponsored by Bachmann Trains and Woodland Scenics– Learn how to build a model railroad layout with hands-on opportunities to make scenery and more. Kids who participate in the Build-A-Layout have an opportunity to win it on Sunday! Parents must be able to transport the 4 x 6 layout home if they win.  Kids Corner  Expo 3
  • All Day: Race RC Boats with NAMBA members– Loading Dock east of Expo 3
  • All Day: Get Started in RC Drag Racing with NPRC– Expo 3 Near Drifting Track
  • All Day: Kids Corner Railroad Activities– Kids can watch movies at the Railroad Theatre, Play with wooden trains, run large scale trains and do an exciting crossover train race- they might crash! These are not drop-off activites- parents must stay with their children. Kids Corner  Expo 3

 

 Sunday Oct 13

 

  • 10:00 am: Time Well Spent will demo Dexterity Games (Fishing Day, Tumble Tree, FastTrack, Dr Beaker, and more)
  • 12:00 pm: The Transcontinental Railroad with Doug Geiger  Workshop room G47/49  Expo 1
  • 12:00 pm: Time Well Spent will demo Silly/quick games (Happy salmon, funky chicken, and more)
  • 12:00 pm: Drone Safety with Vic Moss/FAA Fast Team  Workshop Room G47/49 Expo 1
  • 12:00 pm: Let’s Be Pilots with Wings Over the Rockies- Explore the world of flight and the life of the pilot. We will read Claire Bear Explains…What Pilots Fly (Sue Hughes), learn about what pilots do, see what pilots fly, and then make our own popsicle stick planes.  
  • 1:00 pm: DCC – An In Depth Look with Lee Ryan  The first part is basics of getting started and the DCC systems available. The second part is more technical and goes into some of the “behind the scenes” of how DCC works, how to “program” a decoder and some of the newer technology available for operating model trains. Workshop room G43/45  Expo 1
  • 2:00 pm: Time Well Spent will demo Light Family Games (Clouds, Ring It, Who did it and more) 
  • 2:00 pm New Hobby Drone Rules with Vic Moss Workshop Room G47/49 Expo 1
  • 2:00 pm: Arrowhead Models- a History with Blaine Hadfield
  • 2:00 pm: Learn the Science of Flight through paper airplanes with Wings Over the Rockies– Paper airplanes are a combination of design, finesse, and science! This workshop teaches the four forces of flight, aerodynamics, and design. Participants will be able to take home their own paper airplane and learn new and creative designs to try and fly. Workshop room G35/37  Expo 1
  • 3:00 pm: Time Well Spent will demo Strategic Family Games (Battle sheep, Trekking the National Forests, Blue Lagoon, Kingdomino, Codenames and more!)
  • All Day: Meet Tom Daniel, The Most Prolific Designer of Wild Automotive and Cycle Designs EVER in the Atlantis Toy & Hobby booth at this year’s Hobby-Expo!
  • All Day: Modeling Live! with the CoMMIES Chapter of IPMS– where a bunch of club members will be building models – all kinds of subjects, at all stages of build, so people can see it happen and ask questions, and tell us how they built models when they were kids, and realize they could get back into the hobby, share it with their kids and their friends.  
  • All Day: Play to Win games with the Envoy crew
  • All Day: Learn to play Dungeons and Dragons with our partner, Gamer Girl Games
  • All Day: Hands-on Coding and Circuitry from Codespire and University of Colordo Denver  Booth 323 Expo 2
  • All Day: Plastic Model Make N Take with CoMMIES/Sponsored by Atlantis Models– Build a plastic model kit & take it home FREE. Workshop room G30/32  Expo 1
  • All Day: Open play over 500 games courtesy of our friends at Gamers Giving  Booth 103/105  Expo 2
  • All Day: Rocket Make N Take Sponsored by Estes Rocketry– Build a rocket with the folks who fly them and take it home for FREE. Follow up with a post show launch. Workshop room G31/33  Expo 1
  • All Day: Atlas-Games will be demoing the hit Godsforge  Booth 102/201 Expo 2
  • All Day: Learn about Astronomy and Telescopes with the International Association of Astronomical Studies  Booth 226  Expo 2
  • All Day: Dire Wolf Digital will be demoing Clank!, Clank! Legacy: Acquisitions Incorporated, Eternal: Chronicles of the Throne, as well as our digital adaptations of Raiders of the North Sea and Yellow & Yangtze.
  • All Day: RipMode Skwad will be doing Learn To Fly sessions, where you can fly a small drone onsite. North side of Expo 2
  • All Day: Race RC with Traxxas and Colpar’s HobbyTown– Race the newest RC cars on the Traxxas Try Me Track Expo 2 Booth 432
  • All Day: FirstInspire Robotics demos including First Lego League, First Lego League Jr, First Tech Challenge and First Robotics Competition  Booth 231-235  Expo 2
  • All Day: The Science of Magnets with Zen Magnets  Booth 302/401  Expo 2
  • All Day: Crawl with RC Basement- The folks from RC Basement will have a large crawling track to let you try the latest in RC Crawlers  Expo 2 Booth 432
  • All Day: Asmodee will be demoing Spot It, Just One, Obscurio and Key Forge, which was designer by the creator of Magic The Gathering
  • All Day: Wizards Chest will offer the following Learn to Play Demos- Star Wars Armada, Warhammer Warcry and Warhammer Underworlds
  • All Day: Build-A-Layout sponsored by Bachmann Trains and Woodland Scenics– Learn how to build a model railroad layout with hands-on opportunities to make scenery and more. Kids who participate in the Build-A-Layout have an opportunity to win it on Sunday! Parents must be able to transport the 4 x 6 layout home if they win.  Kids Corner  Expo 3
  • All Day: Race RC Boats with NAMBA members– Loading Dock east of Expo 3
  • All Day: Get Started in RC Drag Racing with NPRC- Expo 3 near Scale Science Drift Track
  • All Day: Kids Corner Railroad Activities– Kids can watch movies at the Railroad Theatre, Play with wooden trains, run large scale trains and do an exciting crossover train race- they might crash! These are not drop-off activites- parents must stay with their children. Kids Corner  Expo 3

 

Rocky Mountain

Railroad Prototype Modelers Meet

A Rocky Mountain Railroad Prototype Modelers (RPM) Meet will take place as a part of the Rocky Mountain Hobby-Expo October 11th -13th, 2019. The goal of this event is to share prototype information and research, discuss modeling techniques, learn to operate prototypically, and grow in the fellowship of like-minded modelers.

Why RPM in Denver?

Denver is an ideal location to host an RPM meet for many reasons. First and foremost, the front range area is home to many talented model builders, including the members of the Front Range Division of the Rocky Mountain Region NMRA. The front range area hosts a dozen model railroad clubs in all scales. The geographic area has seen operations of a large variety of railroads, including Denver and Rio Grande, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, Burlington, Colorado and Southern, Denver and Salt Lake, Rock Island, Missouri Pacific and numerous narrow gauge lines. From Pueblo, Colorado to Cheyenne, Wyoming you can visit seven museums with interests in rail transportation, including the nationally renown Colorado Railroad Museum and Colorado Model Railroad Museum. Where else can you see THREE Union Pacific Big Boys in a day! Colorado has nine operating tourist railroads and access to Amtrak travel from many Midwest and Western cities- Take the Train to Rocky Mountain RPM! The area is also home to San Juan Model Company and Intermountain Railway as well as the iconic Caboose model railroad store, which is always worth a visit.

Registration

Registration is $20, which entitles you to model display space, clinic registration, admission to Colorado Model Railroad Museum, San Juan Model Company factory tour, Colorado Railroad Museum Archive Tour, Cheyenne Depot Museum, Caboose After Hours and the Rocky Mountain Hobby-Expo.

2019 Registration Forms:

The RPM Meet is separate from the Hobby-Expo and requires a separate registration.

The Meet schedule is as follows:

Friday, Oct 11th

  • Tour San Juan Model Co.– See how your stuff is made
  • Colorado Railroad Museum Archive Tour
  • Visit Colorado Model Railroad Museum
  • Visit Cheyenne Depot Museum
  • Caboose After Hours– Pizza, Modelers and Trains at the  Iconic Model railroad Store

Saturday, Oct 12th

- RPM at the Hobby-Expo -

  • Bring your models, finished or not
  • Take in the clinics
  • Meet the manufacturers
  • Check out the Hobby-Expo swap meet

Sunday, Oct 13th

- RPM at the Hobby-Expo -

  • Bring your models, finished or not
  • Take in the clinics
  • Meet the manufacturers
  • Check out the Hobby-Expo swap meet

RPM Meet Flyer

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