YORKTOWN, N.Y. – The Fourth Annual Yorktown Grange Car Show, originally scheduled for Sunday, June 28, was postponed due to rainy weather and has been rescheduled for Sunday, July 12, at the Yorktown Grange Fairgrounds.
Price of admission is $3 per car. Gates open at 8 a.m. for exhibitors and at 10 a.m. for spectators. Exhibitors pay $15 for advance registration and $20 at the gate.
“We were ready to go up to the night before, so the momentum is still going strong to put on a great show on Sunday, July 12,” said Scott Nelsen, spokesman for the car show. “We’re expecting a great turnout – lots of vehicles on display, a DJ, great food and hayrides around the fairgrounds for the kids.”
There will be vehicles representing every category – antiques, classics, modern, muscle cars and imports – all competing for prizes and awards. All preregistrations, sponsor passes and vendor exhibitor spaces will be honored July 12.
Organizers are dedicating the proceeds from the show’s raffle to benefit Jaime Ferretti, a 10-year-old student at Ben Franklin Elementary School, who has been battling Ependymoma (pediatric brain tumors) since 2012. Despite their medical insurance coverage, the family is overwhelmed by medical costs.
“One upside of the postponement is it gives us more time to pre-sell 50/50 raffle tickets, which means more money to help Jaime and her family,” said Curt Chase, one of the founders of the car show.
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