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Hominy's Car and Motorcycle Show

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Event# 918-557-7600

Event Details

Beginning at 10 a.m., plan to attend Hominy's Car and Motorcycle Show on Main Street - a fundraiser with proceeds to benefit the Hominy Community Center’s Roof Fund. "Top Three" trophy awards in various categories for Classic Cars and Motorcycles. The awards ceremony will begin at 3 p.m. and the show concludes once all awards have been announced.

They'll have live music, a bouncy house, and a 53' inflatable obstacle course free for the young kids and a big inflatable obstacle course provided by the ARMY, free for the older kids. A variety of amazing food, crafts, furniture and jewelry vendors too! Kiss the Pig Contest at 12:00.

Following the show, attendees may have photos taken with their car or motorcycle at the Marland Gas Station on Main Street for just $5. Three photos in JPEG format will be e-mailed to the participant.

Stay for an outdoor car movie sundown at Main & Price — sponsored by the Osage Nation Prevention Program with free popcorn & water by Tulsa Shriner’s Club.

Tee shirts may be pre-ordered by calling April Brown at 918-729-4360. The price for S – XL is $20, 2X – 3X is $22, 4X is $23.

Hominy's Car and Motorcycle Show

Address : Main Street Hominy OK
Phone : 918-557-7600   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free To Public.

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