VIDEO: Sunshine Valley Days kicks off 2018 with its first-ever car show

Next year will include quads and bikes as well

The annual Sunshine Valley Community Cooperative fundraiser Sunshine Valley Days welcomed classic cars to its lot on Saturday afternoon for the event’s inaugural car show.

Organizer Tony Hall said he will expand the show next year to include quads and bikes, as there are already so many in the area.

Sunday evening, the festivities will continue with a concert featuring Ashley Pater and Todd Richard at the Sunshine Valley Rec Centre.

Proceeds from the weekend help the community centre.


Participants and spectators checked out the cars on display at the car show.

Kevin Pole of Hope contemplates the replacement of his right headlight ring. A Sunshine Valley regular, Pole won the show’s People’s Choice Award with his 1971 Mustang convertible.

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