Shelton's 19th Annual Historical Society Car Show | June 30

The free family event attracts over 4,000 attendees each year who enjoy wandering the center of Railroad Street, viewing classic vehicles a far as the eyes can see!

The Mason County Historical Society know how to put on a fantastic car show.  On June 30, (8:00 AM – 3:00 PM), load up the gang to enjoy all makes and models of antiques, classics, rods, trucks and motorcycles.  The entire downtown of historic old town Shelton is closed to traffic for the event, including 8 blocks on Main Street and all of the side streets while businesses, including seven restaurants, open especially for the show. 

Don't miss out on the ”all you can eat pie and ice cream social” hosted by the Museum.  This is a great opportunity to enjoy homemade pies and locally made Olympic Mountain Ice Cream – all for a great cause!

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An organ grinder for the kids will display his instruments and allow kids to give it a try.  The giant Paul Bunyon and Babe the Blue Ox will also be on display for photos, standing guard over the event! 

Volunteer planned, arranged and executed, there is tremendous community support for this endeavor with local businesses providing donations and contributing to the much anticipated raffle. This year the group has over $6,000 in items, including golf weekends, spa packages, lumber, wine tastings, dinners for two, and auto kits. Tickets for the raffle are just $1, (10 for $5) and can be purchased during the car show.

The show regularly draws 350 to 400 vehicles including vintage military vehicles, restored to original antiques, hot rods, trucks, customs, and motorcycles. Over 50 trophies are awarded. All judges are from out of town in ensure bias free selection when picking the winners, with the local club’s cars shown as display only. 

Email or call 360-426-1020 for information.

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