Kars Under the K coming back to Keremeos for an antique car show

Car show ready to return

An event that combines family fun with an antique cars display in Keremeos is set to make its return on August 1.

Hundreds of antique and vintage cars, trucks and tractors, muscle cars and street rods, custom and classic cars will be on display in the town for the Keremeos’ Kars Under the K.

Attendees will start off your day with a pancake breakfast and be invited to check out Vendor's Alley, listen to great music, go for a Free Swim, watch your children in the Bouncy Castle or go to the Keremeos Legion (right next door), for a cold one.

The non-profit organization also the event raises awareness and money for local causes.

“The extraordinary beauty of our surrounding landscape will make you fall in love with Keremeos, a small town surrounded by stunning mountains. Make sure you don't miss the event this year,” their event website reads.

The event organizers also sent in a letter to the Village Council with a request for a $500 grant for the June 21 meeting.

“Volunteers are helping out from the Cawston Primary School, Keremeos Bell Ringers, Keremeos Senior Center and more. With the support and grants we receive we are able to help out a few of the local organizations with their programs,” their letter to council reads.

The 2021 ‘First Show after COVID’, will take place on Sunday, Aug. 1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Main Street, registration forms are available on their website here.

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