The Hyrum Museum’s third annual car show fundraiser is Saturday and Museum Director Jami Van Huss says a lot of people and a lot of cars are anticipated for the event. It is referred to as Hot Wheels and Hot Dogs.
The event opens at 10 a.m. and continues until 4 p.m. at the Hyrum City Square.
Van Huss says the car show has grown significantly since it began and there will also be live music, a lecture and book signing for Ken Godfrey’s newly-published book on the History of Hyrum, delicious food and more.
“We give awards for the cars,” Van Huss explains. “There’s the Best of Show, of course, and then we have the People’s Choice, Best Survivor, a Best Restoration and Most Unique Car.
“Al’s Trophies donates plaques for that. They are really beautiful car awards that are given.”
Van Huss says the proceeds will go to increase resources at the Hyrum Museum.