Autumn Daze set for Sunday

Autumn Daze Car Show, which draws people and vehicles from all over, is set for Sunday.

The Autumn Daze Car Show is slated to return to Main Street this Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., after a two-year hiatus.

“In 2019 we held our show all up and down Barbour Street due to construction on Main Street. And unfortunately, in 2020 we had to cancel the show due to the threat of the Covid-19 virus,” Gary Hoy, president of the Street Dreams Car Club, recalled.

This year’s show is called “Together Again,” Hoy continued. “We are so thrilled to be returning to Main Street. We love Main Street and the people love Main Street, including those coming from outside the state. They love our small town and community. This will be the 23rd year the car show has been held on Main Street.”

Vehicles on display this year will include antique, classic, street rods and special interest cars & trucks. “All the cars that have come to our shows in the last seven years or so, have been stand-tall cars, meaning they had the capability of winning at any show, they have just all been fantastic,” Hoy said.

There will also be craft vendors, food and music provided by Kevin Abbott and Grant Orris. Abbott and Orris will delight car show participants and guests with a mixed line-up of DJ’d music and live musical performances, according to Hoy.

This event is hosted by the Street Dreams Car Club and the registration proceeds benefit the Bradford Firefighters Local 655.