Auto Angels Car Show–Making Memories

The Auto Angels Car Show, September 19 here at Bellevue Presbyterian Church’s lower parking lot, is a do-not-miss fun experience for the whole family!  The super cool folks at Auto Angels take a “brake” from helping get folks back on the road to make the car show a real party.  There’s always something new to see, as well as some very extraordinary cars.

This year there will be model cars for kids to assemble, and Microsoft video game races to play, as well as a raffle and vote for your favorite car!  Bring the family, enjoy the lunch available through Brief Encounter cafe, and soak up the carnival ambiance.

For my family, with our three sons, the annual Auto Angels Car Show has become a family tradition.  Husband and I enjoy looking for the oldest and most unique vehicles in the show.  There’s always something to learn about the history of automobiles and automobiling in the fun plaques that the owners develop for their cars.

While Dad and the oldest wander around appreciating Shelby’s work on classic Mustangs and imagining themselves in every Ferarri on the lot, usually loitering around the Lamborghinis in the hopes that the owner will rev up the engine,  the middle and younger sons always want to play Forza at the Microsoft display, and enjoy the games.  As they get older, the younger two have become more interested in the cars, as well.

The big highlight for all of the boys every year is the gorgeous new Kenworth semi-truck that somehow makes an appearance.  They look forward to getting up in that massive cab, pretending to drive, and imagining what it would be like to live in such a tiny space while travelling the country.  It gives the imagination scope, that big truck does.

Our family won’t miss the Auto Angels Car Show this year, nor should yours!  9am to 3pm, September 19, it’s the only place to be!

2 thoughts on “Auto Angels Car Show–Making Memories

  1. Would love to volunteer for this wonderful event. Yes I am car crazy, and have had a lot of antique and classic cars. Last one that I restored was a ’51 DeSoto 4 door custom. Before that was a ’67 Shelby GT 500…

    Thank you,

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