LASR.net Homepage




Menu

FREE CAR SHOW - Antique Cars, Trucks and Tractors

Starting date:
Ending date:

Always call # confirm
Event# 308-268-9966

Event Details

FREE CAR SHOW - Antique Cars, Trucks and Tractors

In conjunction with EAGER BEAVER DAYS, owners and other interested individuals and families are invited to attend the annual parade and car show.

Antique cars, trucks and tractors are HIGHLIGHTED in the parade and immediately after the parade cars are put on display on the shaded eastern parking area of the downtown GAZEBO PARK. During the CAR SHOW, vehicles from the 1940s, the WAR YEARS & the BABY BOOMERS, will be given a place of honor.

Plaques are given to everyone entry in the show. Prizes are awarded in many different categories.

The entire day is filled with activities, including a craft show, Chautauqua historical presentation (The 1940s and WWII), games for the kids, food, home-made ice cream and pie, and THE RUNNING of the BALLS.

Join us for EAGER BEAVER DAYS. WELCOME !!

FREE CAR SHOW - Antique Cars, Trucks and Tractors

Address : BEAVER CITY'S GAZEBO PARK - DOWNTOWN Beaver City NE
Phone : 308-268-9966   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 308-268-9966

Email Address : beaverchamber@yahoo.com

Web Address :
Admission Fee : FREE

Additional Notes :

Car Shows

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Brick Streets - Downtown Business District - Park

Beaver City was founded in 1872. The central downtown business district situated around a square block of city park began developing at the end of the 1800s. The first city streets were only dirt roads. Then in 1927

Beaver City, NE Historic Downtowns

Kool-Aid's Beginning

"Mother would bring home some of the soft drink powder that Edwin was experimenting with and my father didn't know if he wanted to drink that powder, sugar, and water mixture!" - A partial reprint from the booklet Hendley Nebraska Centennial

Beaver City, NE One Of A Kinds


Two Story Log House

Visiting the log house is an experience that one can thoroughly enjoy. The original setting is still intact and the area around the house is cleared, allowing the visitors to envision what the house was like when first built. Mr. Wesley Camp homesteaded the land in 1877

Beaver City, NE Pioneer Life


Things to do near Beaver City, NE