Two-hundred cars are expected to roll through the gates of Grandview's Country Park on Sunday, Sept. 3, in a showy line-up to be enjoyed at a car show from noon to 6 p.m.
"The cars will start being registered at 6 a.m. and the music will start at 8 a.m. because the owners like to have something to listen to while they get registered," said Tino Patina of Grandview, president of Pacific Northwest Teejano Music Association, which is staging this fourth annual car show.
"The musical entertainment is being provided by a DJ, who will play a combination of country western and oldies, in English, and Tex-Mex," said Patina.
He said he and co-organizer, Ruben Reyes, expect a dozen food vendors to set up booths.
"We are limiting vendors, so there is only one business selling a specific food item. No duplication," said Patina.
He said the plan is to provide a variety of food for those attending the car show, as well as assuring each vendor a steady stream of business.
General admission to the car show is $10. Cost for car owners registering their cars is $25.
Vendors who would like to explore the possibility of setting up a stand may call 882-4368.
Car owners who would like to put their cars in the show should contact Reyes at 830-0268.