SYLACAUGA, Ala. – The seventh annual Car and Bike Show will take place on Saturday at the Comer Museum and Arts Center.
There will be first, second, third and people’s choice awards given out. There is a $20 fee to enter your vehicle in the competition.
Other entertainment available on Saturday will include 50’s music throughout the day, food vendors, The Colorful Minds Art Exhibit and arts and crafts indoors. Just next door at Sylacauga High School, the Kiwanis Club will hold the 66th Annual Pancake Day.
Two cars that will headline the event are from Smokey and the Bandit and The Dukes of Hazzard’s General Lee.
“It is a big fundraiser for the museum, and I am shooting for over 100 cars at the event this year,” said Assistant Director at the Museum Linda Pearson. “It is first come, first served, in regards to parking spots for the competition so get there quickly.”
According to Pearson, the museum will be open as well so people are welcome to come in and look around.
“With the pancake breakfast being Saturday as well, I like to tie in the car show with it,” said Pearson. “It doesn’t hurt because it is free to look at the cars.”
The show will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.