The Historic Rugby and Appalachian Habitat for Humanity for Rugby's 2nd Annual Antique Car Show at Historic Rugby on Saturday, July 7, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. ET. Rugby is on State Scenic Hwy. 52, between Jamestown and Huntsville on the Cumberland Plateau.
Spectator admission is free to the show hosting antique cars in three categories: Pre-World War II, Post WWII and Street Rods. Food will be available at the Harrow Road Café including smoked pulled pork. Café hours that day will be 8:30 a.m. Eastern for breakfast until 9 p.m. Eastern for dinner.
Car show arts and crafts vendors will be set up on the front lawn of the Café for shopping opportunities.
Vote for your favorite car for a $1 donation per voting form, with all proceeds to benefit Appalachian Habitat for Humanity and Historic Rugby. A Peoples Choice Award trophy & prizes will be awarded to the most popular show entry.
Bring the family, comfortable chairs and enjoy a full day of fun, education and entertainment. If you have an antique car to show, call Historic Rugby now toll-free at 1-888-214-3400 for advance reservation since space is limited.
Call Historic Rugby at 888 214-3400 for information on the car show, area lodging or camping or group reservations for the Harrow Road Cafe. Historic Rugby’s website, www.historicrugby.org, includes a map and driving directions. For more information about this or other events, workshops or Rugby location and directions, call 423 628-2441 or visit www.historicrugby.org. Overnight lodging is available at 1880 Newbury House or Historic Rugby’s cottages.