The Hyrum City Museum is hosting a fundraising event on Saturday, June 4 and museum director Jami Van Huss says the proceeds from Hot Wheels and Hot Dogs will help fund the museum which has been growing in the number of visitors and the number of exhibits each year.
The fourth annual car show has become a favorite and at least 100 cars are expected to be part of this year’s show.
Van Huss says even the hot dogs are expanding.
“I have some great donors and sponsors so we’re going to offer quite a bit of toppings,” Van Huss explains. “We’re going to have sauerkraut, different relishes, mayonnaise, and onions because they’re really good hot dogs to begin with.
“People who don’t like hot dogs come and eat one or two. They are always surprised with how good they are. Theurer’s (Quality Meats), in Lewiston, is where we get them.”
She says the Cache Valley Antique Machinery Association is also participating this year and they will be displaying almost two dozen historic tractors. The hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and the the place is Hyrum City Square. For more information about Saturday’s event, call 245-0208.