Main Street Unionville welcomes everyone to the fourth annual Unionville Exotic And Classic Car Show this Sunday, July 28 from 11 am to 4 pm. The event is being held to help raise awareness of mental health services at Markham Stouffville Hospital.
Main Street will be closed to traffic between Carlton Road and Fred Varley Road, so visitors can walk the street and enjoy close up views of the cars we all dream about. One hundred of the most luxurious automobiles will be on display, showcasing the world’s great sports cars and classics.
The emphasis is on evolution, with some of the finest early versions beside the more recent models. This is a chance to experience these rarely seen vehicles all in one location.
Admission and parking are free so bring the whole family and help support mental health at Markham Stouffville Hospital.
“I’m a definite car enthusiast but the motivation for all of us is the charity,” says founder of the car show, Dave Tucci. “We are finding mental health issues in younger and younger kids, and we need to get on top of this curve, and raise awareness and funding.”
If you have an exotic car or a classic car that you would love to show this weekend and in the process help raise money for a great cause, please email [email protected] or call 905-724-0796.