3 Summer Car Shows in Maryland
Whether you’ve always loved classic cars or want to branch out into new auto-themed territory, you’re bound to have a great time at a summer car show. Here are just three events worth attending in the Free State this season.
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Reisterstown Regional Park All-Vehicle Show – July 28
Cach the 16th annual car show at Reistertown Regional Park on July 28. Held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., this event offers owners the chance to win one of 35 awards for their classic vehicle. The first 150 entrants to register will receive dash plaques. The park also has a playground area for the kids and a covered pavilion so you can get some shade during the event. Snack on hot dogs, bratwurst, snacks, and cold drinks as you witness the diverse display of vehicles. A portion of the registration fee goes toward supporting the Baltimore County Humane Society.
Summer Slam Car Show – Aug. 4
On Aug. 4 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Manheim Baltimore-Washington will host the first Summer Slam Car Show. This event will benefit the Howard County Police Retired Officers Association. A variety of food trucks will keep hunger at bay as you and your family browse the array of autos. Catch the Pipe Band Presentation at noon and the trophy ceremony at 2:30 p.m. Visit the HCPROA website to register your classic vehicle for the show.
Reese VFC Annual Car Show – Aug. 17
Mark your calendar for Aug. 17 for the Reese Volunteer Fire Company Annual Car Show. The event starts at 9 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m. Entrants can enter any year, make, and model of car or truck for a chance to win one of the top five awards. Young children and teens can compete in the model competition, to cultivate a passion for cars while vying for bragging rights in their respective age category. Door prizes and food vendors round out the attractions of this fun show.