FATHER’S DAY: Unique vehicles on display at Old Car Sunday

Free dash plaques for the first 1,000 show cars at Sunday's event

After a special Father’s Day breakfast, bring dad to Fraser River Heritage Park for the 23rd annual Old Car Sunday in the park.

Last year almost 1,350 vehicles were on display in the largest car show in western Canada. There will be vintage, antique and collector vehicles for you and dad to admire.

There will also be entertainment and activities for children on site.

Admission to the event is by donation. A portion of the proceeds benefit Variety the Children’s Charity.

The show runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and the first 1,000 show vehicles registered will receive a free dash plaque. Registration is $10 per vehicle.

The park is located at 7494 Mary St.

The show vehicle entrance is located east on Seventh Avenue, and the public entrance is east of Fifth Avenue, just off Stave Lake Street.

For more information about Old Car Sunday, visit oldcarsunday.ca.

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