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3rd Annual Truck and Auto Show

3rd Annual Truck and Auto Show

The 3rd annual Truck and Auto show sponsored by the Washington County Rural Heritage Museum promises to bigger than ever. Mark you calendar and get those cars, trucks, motorcycles and specialty vehicles cleaned up and ready to show. Now is the time to prepare. Sunday, May 18 is quickly approaching (Rain date is Sunday, May 25). The Agricultural Education Center located on Sharpsburg Pike; Route 65 will be open at 8:00am for anyone who wants a prime judging spot. There will be over 20 classes of vehicles. All Makes and Models are Welcome. The registration fee is only $10.00. Admission for all spectators is FREE. There will be Door prizes all day, Music, a 50/50 drawing, and many activities for children including hay rides, barrel car rides, candy scrambles and much more. The Rural Heritage Museum will be open featuring many new items on display and the Rural Heritage Log Cabins and Four Square German Garden will be open to see how our ancestors lived in the 1800's.
The classes for the Rural Heritage Museum 3rd Annual Truck and Auto Show include Cars 1937 and older, Cars 1938 to 1958, Cars 1959 to 1979, Cars 1980 to 2008, Trucks 1937 and older, Trucks 1938 to 1958, Trucks 1959 to 1979, Trucks 1980 to 2008, Big Trucks including Antique Rigs 1960 and before, Tractors, Combo, Dump Truck, Specialty, SUV's, Van's, Jeeps, Motorcycles, Street Rods, Off Road, Corvettes, and a new unusual class, "Least Likely to be Stolen". If it's got wheels bring it! The first 200 entries will receive a Dash Plaque and Goody Bag. Best in class trophies and Six Foot Trophies for Museum Choice and Peoples Choice.
The Rural Heritage Museum is pleased to have an 1850's log church on the property, which is currently under construction. At 10:30 am, a church service will be held beside the soon to be finished Mt. Tabor Church. A Civil War Preacher will provide the morning service.
Judging for the Truck and Auto Show is 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Trophy presentations immediately following. Food and refreshments are available all day.
The Rural Heritage Museum and Village and Homestead are growing and more log buildings are finding their way to permanently reside at the Museum Village. All the proceeds from this 3rd Annual Truck and Auto show go to benefit the Rural Heritage Museum and Village.

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