Thousands of car lovers and owners gather at Fraser River Heritage Park every Father’s Day for Old Car Sunday. The event happens rain or shine.

FATHER’S DAY: Old Car Sunday this weekend

Thousands of cars and auto enthusiasts expected this Sunday

The 22nd annual Old Car Sunday at Fraser River Heritage Park takes place June 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The show is a great way to spend Father’s Day with Dad and the entire family. The event happens rain or shine.

This show is one of the largest of vintage, antique and collector vehicles on display in western Canada. The first 1,000 show vehicles registered receive a free dash plaque.

There will also be food, entertainment and kids activities on site, plus a portion of the admission by donation money will be given to Variety The Children’s Charity.

Free parking and shuttle buses to and from the West Coast Express parking lot. For more information visit oldcarsunday.ca.

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