4th Annual Open House & Car Show
Save the date for the 4th Annual Countryside Classics Open House & Car Show!
Saturday, September 16, 2023
10am to 2pm
1525 N. Country Club Pkwy, Unit 2
Elkhorn, WI 53121
Check out our event on Facebook for updates!
More information to come, but we wanted to get this on the calendar!
This event is always inclusive – all cars, trucks and bikes are welcome, so bring them all!
We will bring back some performance fun on the chassis dyno with a few rounds of “Guess the Horsepower!”
We are excited to have Frank with QueMagic serving up some amazing BBQ options! More menu and vendor information to come as well! Yumm
This year’s charity fundraising recipient is Camp Hometown Heroes. This is a week-long overnight summer camp for children and siblings of fallen U.S. Service Members. “During their visit to camp, the children begin the healing process with other children who have experienced a similar loss.” We had the opportunity to donate to this non-profit last year, and fell in love with their mission.
$15 pre-registration will get you a FREE event T-Shirt, Countryside Classics goodies and entry into the car show.
Same-day registration available (T-Shirt included only as available) and entered into winning car show prizes and trophies.
We are mixing it up a little this year with the following awards – (we will explain each further in future posts) –
Charity’s Choice Award
(Camp Hometown Heroes)
Shop Choice Award
Young Gun Award (age 30 and under)
Kid’s Choice Award
First 75 vehicles registered will receive event dash plaques
You can bring your car for free to the show! The $15 registration fee is NOT required to attend the car show to show off your beauty!
Spectators are always free – please come check us out!
Raffle items GALORE! Last year we had over $2,500 in raffle prizes and we expect that to keep growing! Stay tuned to the event discussion for more info on these items closer to the event date!
Countryside Classics will be donating 100% of all raffle profits to Camp Hometown Heroes. Please take a moment to check out their website to learn more about their mission. Camp Hometown Heroes is a week-long camp for children and siblings of fallen U.S. Service Members to help them in the healing process from the grief and trauma experienced, with other children who have experienced a similar loss. Check them out more –https://www.camphometownheroes.org/