Saturday car show will take over downtown Buckley

Downtown Buckley will be lined with classic automobiles Saturday afternoon as the "Back to the Future" car show takes over Main Street.

Downtown Buckley will be lined with classic automobiles Saturday afternoon as the “Back to the Future” car show takes over Main Street.

The show, an offering of the Buckley Downtown Business Association, will run from noon to 4 p.m.

Those wishing to register for the show can get a discounted rate of $20 until Friday. The fee jumps to $25 the day of the show, when  registration will be taken from 9 to 11 a.m. Anyone who “likes” the BDBA on Facebook will receive a $5 discount.

Each registration includes two free breakfasts at Cowboys and Angels Café on Main Street.

Registration forms are available online at: Forms also are be available at Queens Ransom, 719 Main St.; Firehouse Pub, 780 Main St.; and Bootleggers Bar and Grill, 29285 SR 410 E.

Aside from all the autos, guests can enjoy live music by Hot Flash, plus a square dance demonstration.

For information about the car show, contact Michelle LaVergne at 253-330-4156 or Katie Petrovich at 253-222-5033.


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