Smoke N Steel Car Show dance details

Dance begins at 7:30pm. Organizers remind the public that tickets must be purchased at the car show at Gyro on Saturday.

Saturday night’s dance addition to the annual Smoke N Steel Cruizn the Columbia Car Show will be a first for the club.

The dance, which is open the public, gets underway when doors open at 7:30 p.m.

However, organizers remind everyone that tickets will not be available at the door. They must be purchased in advance at the car show Saturday at Gyro Park.

There will be a cash bar at the dance and tickets include an evening snack. As well there will be numerous prizes and a 50-50 draw.

The car show goes from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will feature a wide array of vintage, classic, new and rebuilt vehicles on display.

For the second consecutive year, a contingent of Corvettes from the Spokane club are expected to make the journey north for the show.

The trophy presentations for the top vehicles in the show will take place at 3 p.m.

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