St. Charles Community College will host the inaugural SCC Cougar Car Show from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, May 19, in SCC’s Red Lot. There will be displays of classic cars, drift cars, specialty cars and more.
Registration is currently underway. The registration fee is $20 (space permitting). The event is free to attend and open to the public. Set-up begins at 7 a.m. Judging begins at noon with the awards presentation set for 3 p.m.
The car show categories include unrestored (1900-1970), restored (1900-1970), unrestored (1970-present), restored (1970-present), street rods (1900-1947), street rods (1948-present), foreign (rear wheel), foreign (front wheel), under construction, rat rod, special interest (kit cars, fire/police, military), trucks (low rider, 4x4, SUV, Jeep), Corvettes (1953-1982), Corvettes (1983-present), Corvettes (1953-present – custom), Mustangs (stock), Mustangs (custom), Camaro/Firebird (stock), Camaro/Firebird (custom), custom (1900-1970), custom (1971-present), VW (1938-1970) and VW (1971-present).
Come enjoy a live DJ, 50/50 drawings, silent auctions and raffle baskets. A portion of the proceeds will fund scholarships for the Preparatory Math Program.
“Bring the family for a fun filled day of music, food, vendors and some of the hottest cars in the area,” said Wendy Brown, registration assistant in SCC’s Corporate and Community Development department.
For more information, contact Brown at 636-922-8233.
St. Charles Community College is a public, comprehensive two-year community college with associate degrees and certificate programs in the arts, business, sciences and career-technical fields. SCC provides workforce training and community-based personal and professional development as well as cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities. For more information, visit www.stchas.edu.
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