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The Blue Mountain Car Show and Safety Fair returns for another action-packed weekend, July 9 – 11, 2021. With last year topping off at about two thousand attendees, event coordinators say the 2021 event is shaping up to be a record year.
The fun begins on Friday, July 9th with none other than a downtown ‘Cruise to the Oldies’ with music by DJ Majik at South Street Pharmacy. Also kicking off the weekend is a 5K Walk/Run from 6-7:30pm.
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As the main event, the car show itself begins bright and early on Saturday morning 7am – 4pm, with 20+ Categories ranging from 1949 and Older to Big Rigs. If your ride is original or modified, has two wheels and a motor, or is just a work-in-progress, bring it on down! $25 per entry. Additional entries $10 each.
Need a break from drooling over hot rods and classics? Take a spin to any of the following events planned for Saturday:
- Safety Fair / Car Seat Check Up 10am – 2pm
- Matchbox / Hot Wheels Car Races 10am – 2pm
- Kiwanis Cornhole Tournament & Dunk Tank will start at 9am
- Platte County Public Library Book & A Bite Sidewalk Chutes & Ladders TBD – TBD
- 50/50 Raffle – Door Prizes – Food Trucks All Day
- Fundraising dinner for Project SAFE, Inc. 5:30pm – TBD
Tickets for the Fundraising Dinner can be purchased by contacting Aley. 1 for $25, 2 for $40.
Saturday Guest Appearances include Actor, Singer/Songwriter, Guitarist – Tom Wopat and Wyoming Artist, Shannon Watts. Learn more here.
And if that wasn’t enough! Sunday, July 11th jump in your car and enjoy a historic driving cruise of Platte County! The best preserved Oregon Trail Ruts and more! Starting point and times, to be determined.
All proceeds will go to support Project SAFE, Inc. – a non-profit organization dedicated to serving victims of crime.
For details and Special Room Rates, visit: phcwyo.com/blue-mountain-car-show
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