Car Shows Rev Up Family Fun

For auto aficionados, the rubber meets the road at car shows. Fans of all ages get their motors running at these type of events. Although most car shows take place during warmer months, we found several starting their engines in late fall.

Consider the following taking place in Georgia and South Carolina.

Georgia

Braselton Bash

On November 19, YearOne, a retailer specializing in classic muscle car parts, hosts the Braselton Bash as part of Christmas in Braselton.

The event collects unwrapped toys for needy children in the area. Show participants compete for prizes while tots score playtime in the complimentary Kids Area. A burnout exhibition finds tires smoking in the parking lot.

Speaking of smoke, Stonewall’s BBQ will shill smoky meats, and the Braselton Woman’s Club sells baked treats.

3rd Annual Cruisin’ Into Christmas

The Wayne County Cruisers car club in Screven wrangles rides like Santa does reindeer. The holiday-themed car show, Cruisin’ Into Christmas, hits the starting line for the third time at 10 a.m. on December 10.

Live music, festival food, and more bring the fun. Just after the car show at 4:30 p.m., a holiday parade begins in downtown Screven. Want to include your own car in the parade? Donate a new, unwrapped toy and you can join the seasonal procession.

6th Annual Antiques and Others Car Show

Those behind the wheel of the free show Antiques and Others Car Show promise a fleet of fantastic rides December 11 in Convington at Berry’s Tree Farm.

Sports cars, classics, muscle cars, low riders, motorcycles, and more take up show space. It benefits Relay for Life of Newton County, which raises funds for cancer research. Rev up with some holiday spirit and take home a Christmas tree, wreath, or other holiday decor.

South Carolina

Knights of Columbus 6th Annual Fall Car Show

Walk off the calories from Thanksgiving weekend by perusing oodles of vehicles at the sprawling Knights of Columbus 6th Annual Fall Car Show in Aiken. On November 26, a host of rides run the gamut from classic and muscle cars to motorcycles and exotics. The eye candy lines Fairfield Street between Richland and Park Avenues. Trophies go to the top forty vehicles in competition.

If you have the need for more speed, check car clubs in Georgia and South Carolina for additional upcoming events.