All are welcome to attend Gossip Corner Cafe’s third annual Show ‘n Shine on Saturday, June 9. Facebook photo

Gossip Corner Cafe hosts third annual Show ‘n Shine

All are welcome to bring their cars to the Langley City cafe on Saturday, June 9

An afternoon of live music, delicious BBQ and flashy cars returns to Gossip Corner Cafe this Saturday, June 9.

The restaurant’s third annual Show ‘n Shine will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the parking lot at 5680 198 St.

All are welcome to bring their cars — whether it’s a nice old car or something shiny and new — and a lawn chair.

In addition to BBQ burgers and hot dogs, there will also be door prizes and a 50/50 draw. Seating will be available inside the restaurant as well.

For more details visit the Gossip Corner Facebook page.

READ MORE: The talk around town at Langley’s Gossip Corner



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