Mid July car event prelude to Kars Under the “K”

Keremeos will be a stop destination on July 19 as part of Collector Car Appreciation month.

  • May. 27, 2014 7:00 a.m.

Keremeos vintage car buffs will get two opportunities to view collector cars like this 1931 McLaughlin Model 65 Phaeton. A tour of collector cars will make a stop in Keremeos on July 19


Keremeos will be a stop destination on July 19 as part of  Collector Car Appreciation month.

A tour will start in Summerland, stop in Penticton , and arrive in Memorial Park for a lunch break in downtown Keremeos. They will continue to Osoyoos and end up back in Penticton after a Show and Shine in Oliver .

Marcel Morin is organizing the event in Keremeos. He is looking for help to get the cars in and out of Memorial Park.

Anyone with a car is welcome to participate.

The tentative plan for July 19/14 Collector Car Appreciation Day Event is as follows:

11 a.m. Leaving Mac`s Petro Can  in Summerland

11:15 Pick up cars from Penticton at Moduline Industries.

11:45  Arrive in Memorial Park in Keremeos where local car enthusiasts will join in with their cars.

12 – 1 p.m. Lunch break

1-1:15 Presentation by MLA Linda Larson and  Mayor Manfred Bauer.

1:30 – Depart for Oliver with a cruise through Osoyoos.


3- 5 p.m.  Oliver Twist Winery for a Show and Shine and wine tasting.



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