Turnout was better than expected for the first Brookswood Secondary School car show last year. The second annual event is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 23. Langley Times file photo

Brookswood Secondary hosts second annual car show

Hotrod owners and enthusiasts are invited to the school on Sunday, Sept. 23

Brookswood Secondary School is hosting its second annual car show to benefit students and programs at the school.

The public is invited to check out dozens of hotrods at 20902 37A Ave. on Sunday, Sept. 23.

There will be a pancake breakfast, concession stand and 50/50 draw as well.

Participant entry will be from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., and awards will be presented at 2 p.m.

Cost for pre-registration is $10 per vehicle (for the first 200 cars). Registration is $15 at the gate.

This is BSS’ main fundraiser, and 100 per cent of proceeds will go back into the school.

Last year’s inaugural show raised close to $9,000 and saw 210 cars on display.

Opportunities for sponsors and vendors are still available.

For more information, or to pre-register a car, visit www.bsscarshow.com.

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