Calling all car lovers, enthusiasts and general fans.
The annual Bow Rotary Club car show is on tap for this Saturday, and that means you’ll be able to see all kinds of gas-powered vehicles, from classic cars to trucks and motorcycles.
The show will be held in its usual location, in the large field next to the Concord Group and across from Bow Mills United Methodist Church (505 South St., Bow)
It will take place from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and you might want to put in a good word with Mother Nature now because there’s no rain date.
There will be all years of cars, which have been divided up into 16 classes, starting with early to 1930s and one for each decade until you get to the 1990s and newer. There’s also ones for Corvettes, Mustangs, imports, trucks and motorcycles. There’s even one for the most original.
Awards will be given for people’s choice, best in show and each of the 16 categories.
Admission is $3, unless you’re 12 and under or over 70, because in that case your entrance is free.
There will be free kids’ activities, food to buy and music to listen to.
One lucky raffle winner will take home Red Sox tickets, and you can even buy a car show T-shirt for $15.
All proceeds benefit the local community and charities.
For more details, visit bowrotarycarshow.com.