The Seaside Cruizers annual Show ‘N Shine in Qualicum Beach has been cancelled for 2021. (PQB News file photo)

The Seaside Cruizers annual Show ‘N Shine in Qualicum Beach has been cancelled for 2021. (PQB News file photo)

COVID-19: Popular Seaside Cruizers Father’s Day car show cancelled for 2021

Brakes put on annual show due to pandemic restrictions

The popular Seaside Cruizers Show ’N Shine on Father’s Day will be cancelled again this year.

Club president Alex Plonka said they hoped with the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, there was a chance the gathering restrictions could be lifted by the province’s health officer.

“As I understand it, these restrictions are in place until further notice and will not be lifted for large groups until the vaccinations have taken place,” Plonka said in his message to members. “While the rollout is underway, it is highly unlikely that it will be completed in time for our show to proceed. I am sure that this was expected by you as it was with me.

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“As a result, our 2021 Show ’N Shine is cancelled and we are hopeful that we can continue our highly rated car show weekend in 2022.”

All of the registrations will carry over to next year.

— NEWS Staff, submitted

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