This October long weekend, the 5th Annual Forbes Motor Show will be held at South Circle and Grinsted Oval in what is becoming one of Forbes most anticipated events. It’s shaping up to be an impressive event with another remarkable line-up of antique machinery, an extensive range of bikes and a model car display. The kids will have plenty of things to do with a jumping castle, tattoos, face painting and other activities to keep them busy.
“The committee has been working tirelessly to bring the Forbes Motor Show together and everyone is assured to have a fantastic day,” said Secretary Jill Kay. “We have 33 entrant’s categories this year, including cars, bikes – with ladies categories, trucks, tractors, antique machinery, veteran, vintage and almost anything else you can think of.”
Some of the categories include Best Paint, Best Ute, Best Classic Car, Best Restored, Best Tractor, Best Working Truck, Best Custom Bike, Best Street Rod, and many more. There are some great trophies and prizes up for grabs and anyone is encouraged to enter their pride and joy.
“If you don’t wish to enter one of the categories, we welcome you to display your vehicle or equipment, and we will not be charging a fee for display only items,” Jill said. There will be a great selection of motorrelated stalls to browse through, as well as Brownie’s DJ music, food and drink stalls and a BBQ.
The Forbes Motor Show promises to be a great family day for all. Don’t miss out on this great family day out, Sunday 4 October at South Circle and Grinsted Oval. Tickets are $10 per person and can be purchased at www.forbesmotorshow.com.au