Unique cars will take over from Desmond landing on Saturday for two charity car shows


Car enthusiasts will have the chance to give back to the community and see one-of-a-kind cars at two charity shows in Port Huron on Saturday.

The Cars and Kettles Auto Show will be held from 9 a.m. to noon at Desmond Landing in front of the Blue Water Area YMCA, 1525 Third St.

Gerry Mason, Vice Chairman of the Salvation Army Port Huron Advisory Board, said the show will feature unique supercars, such as Maseratis, Jaguars, Porsches, Mercedes Benz, Corvettes, Pierce-Arrow and more. .

The show will also include complimentary coffee, water, juice and donuts.

Cars fill Desmond Landing for Mainstreet Memories Wheels on the waterfront Saturday July 31, 2021 in Port Huron.

Proceeds from sponsorships and registrations will go to The Salvation Army’s relief efforts in Ukraine. The Salvation Army has a long-standing presence in Ukraine and neighboring countries, providing humanitarian aid since Russia invaded Ukraine in February.

To sponsor the event, contact Mason at (810) 989-0057 or [email protected]

The Mainstreet Memories Car Show will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Desmond Landing and will include door prize draws, monster truck display, food court hospitality tent, 50/50 raffles , demonstrations by the Model T assembly team, games for children and a scavenger. hunt.

Registration for the Mainstreet Memories Car Show is from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Day of registration is $20. Car show donations support the Council on Aging, Inc. serving St. Clair County.

To find registration and sponsorship information, a full schedule of events and more, visit mainstreetmemoriesph.com/.

Contact Laura Fitzgerald at (810) 941-7072 or [email protected]

Cars fill Desmond Landing for Mainstreet Memories Wheels on the waterfront Saturday July 31, 2021 in Port Huron.
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