After a two year hiatus, it's back! 15th Annual Father's Day Car Show is Sunday, June 19th, 8am - 3pm
The Downtown Issaquah Association (DIA) is pleased to announce the 15th Annual Fenders on Front Street Car Show is back Sunday, June 19. This Father’s Day, hundreds of classic and vintage car owners from across the state will proudly show their vehicles along Front Street in historic downtown Issaquah and Triple XXX Rootbeer Drive-In. This FREE classic car show begins at 8:00 am and runs until 3:00 pm. Motorcycles are also welcome! Downtown businesses are open!
Fenders on Front Street is in its 15th year and attracts thousands of visitors from near and far who stroll along Front Street admiring beautiful vintage and classic cars and motorcycles. Fenders on Front Street long-time sponsors Evergreen Chevy and Evergreen Ford are joined this year by The Myrtle Lodge, RAD Custom Rides, and The Grange. Visitors can expect a fun filled family day with live music, food trucks, vendors, and an awards ceremony. The winner will have their car proudly featured on next year's promotional material. The day ends with an afternoon cruise to Triple XXX Rootbeer Drive-In, a 50’s themed diner. For more information visit the Fenders on Front Street website.
If you own a classic or vintage car, register your car (suggested $20 donation) to participate in the car show. All makes, models and years are welcome at the show. Donations benefit the Downtown Issaquah Association and Life Enrichment Options (LEO) Organization. LEO was born in 1988 out of the need of mothers of young adults with developmental disabilities. As their children were leaving the safety net of the Issaquah school district, there was very little to look forward to in the way of activities and services in the community. These women were determined that their children would live as “normal” a life as possible. They had a dream of employment, a social network with friends and independent living for their children. Today, over 30 years later, LEO has made significant progress in developing housing, programs and activities for individuals with developmental disabilities. And we remain dedicated to making dreams a reality