Selbyville’s 64th Annual Old Timer’s Day Classic Car Show & Family Festival is set to return from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 19, at 1 West Church St. in Selbyville.
Hosted by the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Selbyville, and presented by Bunting & Murray Construction Corporation, the event will feature classic vehicles across multiple decades as far back as the 1930s. A family-friendly affair, the event also includes food vendors, children’s activities and live music from the Glass Onion Band sponsored by Mountaire Farms.
“After a year of cancellations and minimal events, we are excited to have the opportunity to highlight the town,” said Lauren Weaver, chamber executive director. “Guests find the inland towns to be charming and family-friendly, and the classic cars and trucks are a blast from the past.”
Community partners on site will include Synergy Café, State Farm agent Billy Reese, Scott Smith from Edward Jones, Selbyville library, Selbyville Volunteer Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary, Selbyville Community Club and more.
Vehicle entry into the car show is $10, and the first 100 registrants receive a commemorative event gift sponsored by Murray Sod.
Judges will evaluate the interior, exterior and engine compartment of each vehicle, with prizes awarded for each category by decade, as well as cash prizes for People’s Choice and Best of Show.
For complete details and to enter a vehicle, go to thequietresorts.com.