This year, organizers are planning an event in downtown Cleveland.
“Treads and Threads” is the theme for the April 16 Antique Auto Show to be held at First Street Square.
According to Connie Wright, original and modified cars, trucks and motorcycles at least 25 years old will be on display at the park, located at the intersection of Parker and First streets.
Proceeds from the show will go to aid the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.
As for the “threads’ portion of the theme, quilt enthusiasts are encouraged to bring and search for the pattern which may approximate the year the vehicles were produced.
Founded in 1935, the AACA is the oldest historical society for the restoration and preservation of antique vehicles. Members of the Chickamauga Region soon broke off and formed the Cherokee Valley Region in 1977.
More than 70 members from Tennessee and Georgia make up the structure of the Cherokee Valley Region AACA.
According to Wright, entry to the First Street Square AACA meet is just $5.
The show will begin at 9 a.m. and end at 1 p.m.
For additional information, contact Denise Bivens at 479-8031 or 715-2617, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check out the website www.Cherokeevalleyregionaaca.weebly.com.