Car enthusiasts can head to Aurora to check out a wide range of vehicles at the city of Aurora’s Class Car Show Sept. 15 at Sunny Lake Park.
"Last year, approximately 80 cars lined up in the boathouse parking lot off of East Mennonite Road and along the Sunny Lake path," said Parks and Recreation Director Laura Holman.
The event will run from 1-4 p.m. with judging to be completed by 3 p.m. Registration begins at noon.
Awards will be presented in a variety of categories to owners of vehicles made in 1993 or earlier. Some of those categories could include Best of Show, Best GM, Best Ford, Best Chrysler, Best Truck, Best Street Rod, Best Partially Restored, Best Other, Best Motorcycle and People’s Choice.
Last year, Mayor Ann Womer Benjamin and City Council member Jim Vaca presented the awards.
According to Holman, there are usually a variety of interesting vehicles at the event, including those owned by Vaca and former Law Director Alan Shorr, who worked together to establish the annual event 15 years ago.
Typically, around 150 people attend the event and inspect the various classic cars.
This year, Holman said Aurora Manor is providing a limited supply for hot dogs during the event.