In its second year, the Annual KIDSAFE CT Car Show has already made a name for itself among car enthusiasts. The KIDSAFE CT is a single day car show for antique and classic cars, trucks, sports cars, street rods, etc. This one-day event brings hundreds of vintage vehicles and enthusiastic admirers to Vernon, CT.
Click on this link to learn more about how you can be a sponsor for the KIDSAFE CT Car Show Event. Any support you can provide is greatly appreciated. KIDSAFE CT is a 501-C3 non-profit organization. Your donation is tax deductible. Without generous and caring people like you, KIDSAFE CT’s mission to prevent child abuse and neglect would not be possible in the communities we service.
The KIDSAFE CT Annual Car Show has activities and attractions for our younger visitors as well. From 10:00a to 3:00p, our children will be able to participate in our children's scavenger hunt, play on the Monster Truck inflatable we have, Touch-a-Truck, join in our kids raffle, and judge some of the vehicles on-site. All these activities are free.
Rockville Bank is the proud sponsor of the 2014 KIDSAFE CT Car Show. The car show committee would like to thank Rockville Bank for the support for this great event.
The 2014 KIDSAFE CT Car Show will take place on August 23, 2014. Gates open at 9am.
The KIDSAFE CT Car Show was developed as a fundraiser for KIDSAFE CT. KIDSAFE CT is a private, non-profit dedicated to the early intervention, prevention, and treatment of child abuse and neglect. It is located in Rockville, CT. The organization is a private non-profit (501(c)3) funded by Connecticut area Exchange Clubs, corporate grants and Foundations, municipalities, private funders, and the Department of Children and Families. It is part of a network of centers established by the National Exchange Club Foundation for the Prevention of Child Abuse.
SAVE THE DATE: The KIDSAFE CT ANNUAL CAR SHOW 2014 will be held on August 23! Looking forward to seeing you all there!
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