The Cochrane Classic Car Show is celebrating it's fifth year of filling downtown with vintage and modern vehicles.
Approximately 300 cars will flood 1st Street on Sept. 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
President of the Cochrane Classics Car Club Ray Kaczmer says there will be a good mix of automobiles to check out.
"There will be quite a variety of cars, motorbikes as well, most of it is vintage cars starting from the 1920’s up to current day," he says. "People will show there car, generally you won't be allowed to sit in the cars, or touch them but you can certainly look at them and any owners that are available will discuss the features of the car."
The Cochrane Classic Car Club is a not for profit organization, any funds left over after covering the costs of the show will go to various charities.
"Depending on the funds that we raised during the show, we will be supporting various charities, MADD will be at our show and hopefully we can support them," he says. "There are some others that we talked about but we haven't finalized that, it has a lot to do with how much money we bring in as to how many things we can support."
Kaczmer shares the generosity from local business has been overwhelming.
"We've had a lot of generous support from various Cochrane merchants and businesses, they are providing some financial support as well as prizes we're going to be handing out to various vehicles. We're very happy we're getting that kind of support from the town of Cochrane. It's particularly good that in a time of recession, they're still willing to contribute support to various organizations that put on events in Cochrane, it's very generous."