The Alberta Mustang Owners Association has been in existence since 1979. During this time we have grown to become one of the largest Mustang/Ford clubs in the province of Alberta. This is due to the strength and character of our membership and executives. Our association consists of Mustangs from 1964 1/2 through to present, Shelby’s, Cougars, Thunderbirds, Galaxies, Fairlanes, Model A & T, Torino’s and Cyclone’s, just to mention a few. You do not even have to own a vehicle to belong in our club. Show quality is not a necessity either.

AMOA Upcoming Meetings
AMOA Charity Donations 2020

As we are getting close to the holiday season, even though it will be a lot different than normal, as the previous 9 months have been due to Covid-19. During our November Annual General Meeting we had a discussion about making a few donations to some local charities. After we had these discussions and vote, the AMOA decided to donate $1500.00 to the Edmonton Food Bank and also $1500.00 to the Hope Mission.


Both of these organizations were extremely gratefully for the donations and said that these donations would help out at this busy time of year, especially with the added issues due to Covid-19.

Due to the updated restrictions announced on April 6, 2021.

The April AMOA meeting will be cancelled .

We are planning to have a meeting in May, which is tentatively scheduled for Monday May 17, 2021 on our regular meeting night of the third Monday of the month.


We will have to wait and see what restrictions are in place a week or two before this date and if we will be able have the meeting or if it will have to be at a later date.

If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know.


Craig Weir

AMOA President

Cars & Coffee
IMM42 - Boise, Idaho

The hotel for next years' IMM in Boise is now taking reservations. Riverside Hotel 1-208-343-1871.           Checkout    www.IMM42.com

You can find out all the info you need there and also register for the show!

IMM42 Publicity Release Information

Due to the updated restrictions announced on April 6, 2021, we will be cancelling the April 10, 2021 Cars & Coffee.


Hopefully the restrictions will be relaxed in the next few weeks and we could hold a Cars & Coffee in May.



Craig Weir

AMOA President


·  Mandatory restriction – Provincewide – Effective Dec. 8

All indoor social gatherings are prohibited – public and private.

  • Close contacts are limited to household members only

  • People who live alone can have up to 2 close contacts:

    • these must be the same two contacts throughout the duration of the restriction

    • if the close contacts do not live alone, visits cannot be held at their home

    • single parents who only live with their children under 18 are permitted to have up to 2 close contacts

This restriction does not apply to:

  • co-parenting arrangements

  • service visits from caregivers, health or childcare providers

    • Childcare can include providing post-partum support for new mothers. Parents are allowed to remain in the home while another person is there to provide childcare services.

  • home maintenance and repairs

  • mutual support group meetings

·  Mandatory restriction – Provincewide – Effective Jan. 18

Outdoor social gatherings are limited to 10 people maximum and must not have an indoor component.

  • Backyard gatherings that require movement in/out of homes are not permitted.

  • Attendees should remain distanced at all times and follow all public health measures.