Leonard Car & Jeep Show

UPDATE: 
The Leonard Picnic, which includes the Car and Jeep Show, has been cancelled due to the pandemic.  We will be reaching out to all who have already registered for the Car and Jeep Show to offer refunds of their registration fees. We are grateful for all of the time and energy that has already gone into planning and preparing for this event.  We are sad that this event cannot happen as planned, but we certainly understand and support the decision to help keep everyone safe and healthy.

 

The Leonard Car and Jeep Show is set for Saturday, July 18 at Leonard City Park. It is a fun, new feature of the 141st Annual Leonard Picnic and Parade. All cars, trucks, jeeps and jeep wranglers welcome.

The Jeep/Car show will begin at 11:00am at the Leonard City Park immediately following the Leonard Picnic Parade. The parade will start at 10:00 am. Participants are welcome to decorate their cars and jeeps for the parade. Participants can choose to be in the parade only or the car show only or both events.

There is no entry fee for the parade. Entry fee for the car show is $15 per vehicle. All proceeds will go to the Fannin County Children’s Center, a local non-profit that serves children who have been abused and neglected.

A grand total of $1,000 in cash prizes will be provided for the car show. The Jeep Club with the most participation will win the grand prize of $400. Prizes of $100 will be given to best of show winners in several different categories. There will also be lots of raffles.
The Leonard Picnic is a family friendly event going back 141 years. The three-day event includes kids entertainment, live music, vendors, food trucks, 5k, game tournaments, wineries and the Car/Jeep Show. The event will end with a wonderful firework show on Saturday night.

For more information, find the “Leonard Picnic Parade, Jeep and Car Show” event on Facebook.

For more about the Leonard Picnic, go to: https://leonardchamber.com/annual-picnic/

For questions, contact Matthew Harvey at matthew4904@gmail.com.

 

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