MANCHESTER >> The 30th Annual Manchester Antique and Classic Car Show is set to roll onto the Dorr Farm Field on the weekend of June 11 and 12. The event will be free of charge.
The car show will be open to all cars — all domestics/imports, all models, makes, and years of manufacture. This is a celebration of cars and all cars will be exhibited for free. This will include the car corral with cars for sale and the biggest flea market yet.
Don Dorr, Dorr Oil Company, is hosting this year's show. The Manchester Antique and Classic Car Show was founded by Oscar Johnson, a Manchester businessman in 1986. The show called the Hildene meadow home for many years before moving to the Dorr Field in 2003.
There will be food, wagon rides, music, car trivia, 50/50 raffle and fun for the entire family. The Annual Car Parade will roll through town on Saturday afternoon and a barn dance will be held on Saturday night.
Cars are asked to register by going online to www.manchestercarshow.com or by calling (802) 362-2100.