Blue Mountain Car Show returns for another thrilling end of the week, July 9-11

It’s an ideal opportunity to clean the chrome, load up the trailers, and head down to Wheatland for one of Wyoming’s biggest vehicle shows! The Blue Mountain Car Show and Safety Fair starts Friday, July 9 at 6pm with a few exercises occurring through Sunday the eleventh.

The occasion starts off this Friday with as a matter of fact a midtown ‘Journey to the Oldies’ with music by DJ Majik at South Street Pharmacy. Or on the other hand stretch the legs with a 5K Walk/Run from 6-7:30pm.

As the headliner, the vehicle show itself starts as early as possible on Saturday morning 7am – 4pm, with 20+ Categories going from Classic Cars to Big Rigs. Enlistment at 7am, show begins at 10 am, grants at 3pm.

In the event that your ride is unique or altered, has two haggles engine, or is only a work-in-progress, cut it on down! $25 per passage. Extra sections $10 each.

A lot of occasions are anticipated the enormous day, including visitor appearances by Tom Wopat (Actor, vocalist/Songwriter, Guitarist) and Shannon Watts (Wyoming Artist).

Shannon Watts, Wyoming Artist. Shannon can be appointed to draw an idea of your task or render an arrangement of your dearest ride.

Food Trucks and the accompanying occasions will happen for the duration of the day:

Wellbeing Fair/Car Seat Check Up 10am – 2pm

Matchbox/Hot Wheels Car Races 10am – 2pm

Kiwanis Cornhole Tournament and Dunk Tank begins at 9am

Platte County Public Library Book and A Bite Sidewalk Chutes and Ladders TBD – TBD

50/50 Raffle – Door Prizes – Food Trucks All Day

Raising support supper for Project SAFE, Inc. 5:30pm – TBD

Tickets for the Fundraising Dinner can be bought by reaching Aley. 1 for $25, 2 for $40.

Finish the end of the week with a noteworthy driving voyage of Platte County prior to heading home!

All returns will go to help Project SAFE, Inc. – a non-benefit association devoted to serving survivors of wrongdoing.

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