SCARBOROUGH – The Scarborough enclave is preparing to host its popular annual classic car show which will take place on August 18 from 5-7 p.m.
Marking its seventh year, the event has grown to take over the main community parking lot at 18 Black Point Road, filling most spaces with classic automobiles spanning several of the decades in which the elderly residents of the Scarborough Enclave learned to drive or got their first license. .
“The event is quite large, we are now using our Enclave shuttle to transport attendees to the classic car show at nearby Scarborough High School at 11 Municipal Drive, where we are asking everyone to please park for the event. ‘event,” said Caitlin Marsanskis, senior executive director at The Scarborough Enclave. “Although the Classic Car Show is free and open to the public, we also encourage and ask everyone to donate school supplies or gift cards in favor of Reiche Elementary School in Portland, with donations collected during the ‘event.”
This year’s car show features live music from the Pine Tones, food and drink, a raffle and prizes awarded to participating classic cars and their owners. Anyone with a classic car is encouraged to pre-register to participate by calling Randi Gonneville, Scarborough Enclave Lifestyles Director, at 207-883-3889.
The community’s classic car show tradition began in 2015 when the Scarborough Enclave opened. Although no events took place in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Classic Car Show returned last summer with a record number of automobiles on display. For more information, call The Enclave of Scarborough at 207-883-3889 or visit the Classic Car Show event page on Facebook.com/EnclaveofScarborough for details.
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