Vintage vehicles on display

Restored and customized vehicles will be on display at the seventh annual Endless Summer Show and Shine on Sept. 8.

Restored and customized vehicles will be on display at the seventh annual Endless Summer Show and Shine on Sept. 8.

The car show, on Main Street, runs from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Garry Janzen, one of the event organizers, said around 200 vehicles from around the province will be on display.

“We’ve got a big selection of different kinds of vehicles,” he said. “We’ve even got an old logging truck.”

This year, he said organizers would also like to have some motorcycles on display.

The vehicles include restored cars and trucks, customized vehicles and hot rods.

The show, which coincides with the Summerland Fall Fair weekend, includes a Kiwanis pancake breakfast at 8 a.m. and classic rock from FlashBack.

 

Just Posted

Ash falling in the Okanagan

Reports on social media of ashes on cars around the Okanagan

Highway 3A pot plant pulls application

A controversial cannabis production facility has withdrawn an application

Man dies in Penticton RCMP custody

An independent investigation is underway after a man died while in Penticton police custody Aug. 16

Summerland Steam prepares for hockey season

Coaching team in place, players to be signed to Junior B team

Kelowna Ribfest launch faces animal rights protest

Animal advocates draw attention to abuse suffered by factory farm pigs

Summerland Fall Fair to include zucchini bobsleigh race

Participants in new race will compete for trophy named after Olympic athlete Justin Kripps

Snowy Mountain fire travelling away from communities

The Snowy Mountain fire near Keremeos remains at 13,359 hectares in size

Minister optimistic after 2 days of Columbia River Treaty negotiations

Canadian and U.S. officials met in Nelson Wednesday and Thursday to discuss future of the treaty

RCMP appeal for tips, dashcam footage in German tourist shooting west of Calgary

The Durango crashed into the ditch after the shooting near the Goodstoney Rodeo Centre

2 nurses attacked at B.C. psych hospital, union calls for in-unit security

PHSA says that in-unit guards would do more harm than good

Former Shuswap optician won’t be jailed for sexually assaulting minor

Kenneth Pilkington sentenced to 24 months’ probation for offence three decades ago

Kelowna developer warns home buyers to look at more than the price tag

Kelowna developer Jeffrey Anderson wants first-time homeowners to look at more than the price tag.

Red Cross now accepting donations for those impacted by B.C. wildfires

The Canadian Red Cross is asking for help now and in the weeks and months ahead.

B.C. program to educate parents reduces ‘shaken baby syndrome’ by 35%

Period of PURPLE Crying was launched nearly a decade ago

Most Read