The nonprofit Northport Centerport Lions Club will host its 48th annual Robert J. Bohaty Classic Car Show on Aug. 28 at Heckscher Ball Field in Huntington.
The show, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., will showcase over 100 cars dating from the 1930s to several modern vehicles, said Clinton Strait, president of the Lions Club.
The Northport Centerport Lions Club sponsors several community events each year to donate to Long Island charities and global relief efforts.
“Everyone in the club is a volunteer, so people are doing this for all the right reasons,” Strait said.
Trophies will be given to car owners based on the originality, cleanliness and overall appearance of their vehicles. The award ceremony begins at 3 p.m. and will be judged by the Fabulous 50's & 60's Nostalgia Car Club.
The car show will also feature vendors who will be selling classic car paraphernalia. Each vendor must pay a fee to get a spot at the event; that money will be donated.
All the money raised during the car show will be donated to groups like Meals on Wheels, the Guide Dog Foundation and local food banks, said Bill Turley, vice president of the Lions Club.
“The Lions Club is managed by the people who live in the area, so we know where the needs are,” Strait said.
For information about the event, visit the Northport Centerport Lions Club website.