Heritage Days will once again include two vehicle shows as a part of the celebration for 2023.
A downtown Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show, sponsored by MetroNet, will be held Friday evening, June 16, from 5 - 9 p.m.
The Huntington County Disaster Team Car and Truck Show will be held Saturday, June 17, at Huntington North High School from 3 - 8 p.m.
Coldwell Banker Real Estate Group is the official sponsor of Heritage Days 2023, which will celebrate Huntington at 175 years.
Friday evening in downtown Huntington promises to celebrate Huntington’s heritage with a festival atmosphere including food available for purchase at local restaurants and from food trucks.
The Friday evening vehicle show is being organized by Chris and Erin Covey and sponsored by the Heart of Huntington and MetroNet.
The show is open to all makes and models, registration takes place at the intersection of Jefferson and Washington Streets from 3 to 6:30 p.m. and the vehicle entry fee is $10.
Dash plaques and goody bags will be given to the first 75 vehicles registered. Awards will go to the top 25 and six “Best of.”
Restaurants will be open and food trucks will be on site. For information contact Chris or Erin Covey at 418-8262.
The registration form is available at https://www.huntington-chamber.com or by visiting the Chamber office.
Checks and pre- registration forms can be mailed to Chris Covey, 1993 Miami Trail, Huntington.
The Huntington County Disaster Team Car and Truck Show is being organized by Max Kaylor and his team of the Heritage Days steering committee.
It will take place at Huntington North High School from 3 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 17. Registration will be from 2 - 5 p.m. with a $15 fee.
The show will take place in front of the high school with entry from MacGahan Street. Awards presented at 7 p.m.
The event is a fundraiser for the Disaster Team as it receives no federal, state or government funding.
All funding is private or raised by members of the Disaster Team through car shows and other events.
DJ Rick Smart of Smart Productions will provide music during the show. For more information contact Max Kaylor 224-3535.
The form is available at huntington-chamber.com or by visiting the Chamber office.
Checks and pre-registration forms can be mailed to Huntington County Disaster Team, 829 Oak Street, Huntington.
Kaylor and the Huntington County Disaster Team will man the car show at Huntington North, while the Heritage Days Kids Zone takes place from 5 - 8 p.m. also at the high school.
Food vendors will be on hand with many different food items available for purchase.
The Kids Zone, manned by the Christian Life Tabernacle, will include many free fun activities including bounce houses, pony rides, Archery Tag, games by the Huntington City Township Public Library and more.
The Huntington County Modelers’ Club will be on hand presenting flying model airplanes and helicopters.
The Colts in Motion exhibit will also be present.
The Hot Air Balloon festival will follow taking place around 6:30 p.m. followed by a balloon glow at dark at the high school.
Emergency vehicles and food vendors will be present.
DJ Dick Smart of Smart Productions will play music also for this event.
For more information about Heritage Days visit the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce website at huntington-chamber.com.