If you are a fan of classic and custom automobiles, trucks and motorcycles, then there is no better way to cap off your summer than to attend one of the largest car shows in North America.
The Langley Good Times Cruise-In Car Show takes place this Saturday, September 6th, in downtown Langley, B.C. The show is open to the public from 8:00 - 4:00 and admission to this enormous event is free.
The show takes place along Fraser Highway from 206th Street to 208th, and extends as far as Douglas Crescent to the north. There are typically so many cars on display that it also manages to fill parking lot of the Cascades Casino.
Spectators are permitted to park free-of-charge at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (located at Highway 10 and Glover Road ), and there will be a shuttle service available at the cost of $2.00 per person with all proceeds going to charity. The Shuttle will run for the duration of the show.
The show has been carefully planned to provide entertainment for all ages, so expect to see stunt motorcycle shows, contests, concerts and loads of food and fun on site.
The following day, Sunday, September 7th, there will be a swap meet and car corral running from 8:00 - 3:00 in the parking lot at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
Admission to this annual event is $2.00 per person, and there are always plenty of hard to find treasures on hand for those car buffs and individuals looking to restore their own ride or just find the perfect item to dress up the shop, den, or man cave.
If you have a bunch of car related items cluttering your garage or home, a vendor stall can be had for a paltry $20.00.
The car corral is the place to showcase vehicles that are up for sale, and organizers charge a nominal $20.00 per stall should you be looking to reduce the size of your fleet or unload a project you no longer wish to tackle.
Both events are organized and run by the Langley Good Times Cruise-in Society which is a registered Non-Profit Organization. The society supports a number of local charities including Langley Community Support Services, Valley Therapeutic Equestrian Association, Langley Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, PuCKS, Boys & Girls Club, Douglas Park Elementary Association, and the Legacy Water Search.