Car show this weekend in Errington raises funds for Parksville Eagles

It's all happening at Shanna's Place Restaurant on the Alberni Highway

Shanna’s Place restaurant in Errington is hosting their annual “Wheels” car show fundraiser this Sunday.

The proceeds go to different charitable efforts each year, this year going to the Parksville Eagles towards the scholarships and good work they do in the community, said Shanna Laporte.

Organizer Bridget McGuigan said aside from raising funds and awareness for good causes, the event is always a good chance for friends, neighbours and car lovers to gather and celebrate the community.

It’s a totally open class event and they invite anyone with show-worthy vehicles of any sort to the Errington restaurant (1343 Alberni Hwy) on Sunday. Last year ,there were about 50 vehicles, including 20 motorbikes and a golf cart, McGuigan said.

“Come early for coffee and breakfast and a parking spot for your special wheels,” she said.

There will be a DJ spinning oldies hits and a lot of fun for everyone, Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with admission by donation.

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