An antique 1928 Model A Ford, driven by George Jaques, will be one of the featured vehicles at the Raging Rivers Rally in Elizabethtown.
continued According to organizers, the event will also include, “food, entertainment, a raffle and music. DaCy Meadow Farm will be on site offering a farm fresh picnic and barbecue. Beer and wine will be available on the grounds. There will also be a raffler with a chance of winning a $1,000 gas card and other prizes.”
Along with the cars and festivities, the History Center Museum will also be opened and unveiling the exhibit “Raging Rivers Flood Photo Exhibit,” which, “tells the story of the destruction and devastation that was experienced in the region as a result of not only Tropical Storm Irene.”
Photographers featured in the exhibit include Nathan Farb, Carl Heilman II, Nancie Battaglia, Jack LaDuke, and Naj Wikoff. The Museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission is free, but for those participating in the car show, exhibit fee registration is $10 in advance or $20 the day of the event. Car owners are asked to register with Margaret Gibbs, Director, Adirondack History Center Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org or 873-6466.