Looking over one of the entries in last year’s Car and Bike Show in Shelburne.
By Greg Bennett
The Shelburne Fire Department parking lot will once again see lots of shiny cars, truck and motorcycles on Sunday, June 22 during the third annual Shelburne Car and Bike Show.
Dozens of cars and bikes will be on display vying for a variety of trophies and prizes. Organizers have received some nice weather in the past and they are hoping for the same again this year.
Organizer Heather Strang said the show has grown in size, featuring more cars, motorcycles and more vendors.
The show has no rules on the age or style of the vehicles allowed to take part.
Vendors are also welcome.
Besides, cars, food and fun, the day will also include Lego games for children, airbrushed tattoos, music, prizes giveaways and more.
The event is held to raise money for the Shelburne Fire Department’s new truck fund.
Strang, who co-organizes the event with her husband Bob, praised the work of a group of local volunteers, and local sponsors with making the event a possibility.
The show runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.