The Jefferson School hosting Dirty Bird Car, Truck & Motorcycle show Sept. 26

GEORGETOWN – Classic cars, trucks, newer vehicles and motorcycles are part of the show at The Jefferson School’s Dirty Bird Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Show on Saturday, Sept. 26.

The event, which runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the school’s Wilson Road grounds, also features music – and vendor food and drinks available for purchase.

Vendors include The Upper Crust, Charlie’s Dogs, Zoggs Sea Hogg, and Kona Ice.

This community event is free to spectators. While wheelchairs and strollers are welcome, pets are not.

For those looking to show off their vehicles, participation space is still available for all years, makes and models of cars, trucks, hot rods and motorcycles.

Trophies will be awarded in 10 categories with dash plaques and gift bags to the first 50 entries.

There will be a $100 prize for the vehicle traveling the greatest distance.

Registration before the day of the event is $15 per vehicle, while day-of registration is $20 per vehicle.

Registration is at 8 a.m. with awards at 2:30 p.m.

Direct sales, art, etc. vendors are welcome as well for $15/space. Vendors need to bring their own table.

Proceeds benefit The Jefferson School, a non-profit, private school.

There are no refunds for this rain or shine event. If hazardous conditions such as lightning are imminent, the show may be delayed or cancelled.

For further information, to pre-register, or to sponsor this event, visit www.jeffersonschool.com/events, call 302-858-3300, or email g.jensen@jeffersonschool.com.

Sponsors of The Jefferson School’s Dirty Bird Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show include Long Neck Car Wash and Meineke Car Care Center in Lewes.

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