Calling all car fanatics

The Sooke Fall Fair hosts their second car show

Spend the day checking out some cool cars at the Sooke River Campground this weekend.

The Sooke Fall Fair is putting on its second Swap and Shop and Car Show on Sunday (July 23), and is expected to feature about 300 cars.

“There is so much excitement behind this event,” said Ellen Lewers, president of the Sooke Fall Fair Society. “You would be amazed at how many car enthusiasts we have in the Sooke community.”

A breakfast and a lunch will be put on by the Sooke Lions Club, as well as food truck vendors attending the show.

“We need to have more events like this,” said Lewers. “It’s a great event for Sooke and it’s great to bring the community together.”

Prizes including gift certificates, wine baskets, tools, auto parts and more will be given out every hour.

The event is entry by donation and all proceeds from the event go to the Sooke Fall Fair.

To register a vehicle or to find out more, please go online to sookefallfair.com.

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