ON NOW: Otter Co-op site of weekend car show

The Otter Co-op lot will likely be filled with cars over the weekend, and not all of the vehicle’s occupants will be shoppers.

The co-op at 3650 248th St., just south of Fraser Highway, is the site of the second annual Country Car Show.

The two-day show and shine, being held this Saturday and Sunday (April 26-27) includes entertainment, a prize draw for all entries, dash plaques, a full $2.99 breakfast at the co-op, and burgers and hot dogs sold outside.

Open to all vehicles, registration is at 8 a.m. followed by the show at 9 a.m. both days. Entry fee of $10 covers both days, if desired.

The show is sponsored by the Central Valley Chapter of the Vintage Car Club of Canada, and the Otter Co-op. For information contact John Jackman at 604-996-5646.

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