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Touch-a-Truck Added To Woodbury Lions Club Car Show

WOODBURY – The Woodbury Lions Club is presenting its 39th Annual Car Show on June 11, 2017 at Hollow Park.

The daylong event is expected to attract over three hundred of the best classic cars in the Northeast and over a thousand spectators. Along with automobile classes, there will be judging for motorcycles, trucks, ‘rat rods’ and military vehicles.

The event will contain all the fun and excitement for the whole family that has made past shows a success, with food and beverages, raffles, music and, this year, an expanded vendor area.

The Woodbury Lions Club uses the proceeds from the car show, as well as from their Haunted Hayride, to award scholarships to graduating Nonnewaug High School seniors. This year, local students going on to college received $20,000 in financial aid from the Woodbury Lions Club.

For more information about the car show and the Woodbury Lions Club, visit their webpage, www.woodburyctlions.org.

New Additions For 2017

First, a Touch-a-Truck event will feature heavy equipment supplied by O&G Industries, arborist Bud Neal’s bucket truck, and, a firetruck provided by the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department.

The second addition for this event is the display of a Monster Truck. This is the first time that one of these huge vehicles has been featured at the car show. Additionally, rides will be available on the truck for $5 throughout the day.

“We’re always happy to have the community leaders come together at our events, especially when we see it put smiles on the faces of our youngest guests,” said Woodbury Lions Club Car Show event co-chair Douglas Ouelette.

Event Time And Admission

Cars can begin to enter for judging at 9 a.m., with the first three hundred entries receiving a free dashboard plaque. Admission price for show cars is $15.

General admission begins at 10 a.m. Admission price is $5 per person, and children under ten, $1. Judging begins at noon, with trophies presented at 3 p.m.

Vendors Wanted

The Woodbury Lions Club needs vendors for the car show. As in the past, the Woodbury Lions Club offers a limited number of spaces for craft and product vendors at the car show. 12’x12′ spaces are $25 each, and you can reserve as many as you need. Contact the Woodbury Lions Club at woodburyctlions@gmail.com for more information.

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