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.

 

 

Just Posted

Penticton retired nurse’s petition on deadly medical errors read in House of Commons

Teri McGrath wants provinces to implement no-fault system for medical errors

Oliver man sentenced to 18 months for two firearm offences

Waylon Faulhafer prohibited from possessing a firearm for life and issued DNA order

Rascal Flatts extend summer tour to Penticton

Rascal Flatts create a Forever Summer Playlist tour extending it into the fall

Penticton cyclist injured in hit-and-run in critical condition

Jesse Birkedal was injured in a hit-and-run while cycling on Eastside Road

RCMP spike belts help nab alleged Okanagan truck thieves

RCMP arrested two Kelowna men who attempted to evade two spike belts

VIDEO: Trans Mountain expansion project gets green light, again

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the decision in Ottawa on Tuesday afternoon

Demonstrators on either side of Trans Mountain debate clash in Vancouver

Crowd heard from member of Indigenous-led coalition that hopes to buy 51% of expansion project

Grieving B.C. mom hopes Facebook message leads to new investigation into son’s Surrey homicide

Criminal Justice Branch didn’t lay charges, concluding no substantial likelihood of murder or manslaughter conviction

Okanagan library branch back in business after Monday closure

Discovery of unknown powdery substance in Vernon book return prompts evacuation, closure

Hergott: Contribution and Expectation of a will

Lawyer Paul Hergott continues his column on wills

B.C.’s measles vaccination program gains traction in May

More than 15,000 doses of the MMR vaccine has been administered across the province

B.C. farmers concerned Agricultural Land Reserve changes choking their livelihood

Dozens voice concerns at special meeting hosted on Vancouver Island

Beloved South Okanagan baker dies

Beloved baker Ben Manea died suddenly on June 15, bakery to operate for one final week

Knife-wielding man robs South Okanagan pizza shop

RCMP are looking for the suspect who was wearing a ski mask

Most Read