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The 2017 Kinsmen Show and Shine will be held on Saturday, August 19, 2017. Stay tuned for more details......

 

Kinsmen in Motion is happy to announce we will host our 2017 car show in conjunction with Beyond 21 and Cornwall's Food Fest in downtown Cornwall.

Who is Beyond 21? Beyond 21 operates a support program for adults over the age of 21 who have developmental disabilities What is Food Fest? It is Cornwall’s only street festiva that brings gourmet food trucks and local foodies to the street to compete for BEST STREET FOOD of the DAY! So with Food, Music, Shopping, Entertainment together with some wicked cars, we truly feel this will be an asesome show for everyone.

The In Motion committee is still working out the details for the event but stay tuned for updates....

It is with sadness that we will be canceling the 2016 In Motion car show, date conflicts had us changing the show from our originally planned date and then other commitments have not allowed us the time needed to put on a quality show for our guests

We will be back in 2017 on our original date of the 3rd Sunday in August. We hope you are and will continue to have an outstanding summer, we look forward to your continued support and thank you for your support in the past.

See you all in 2017.

Due to conflicting dates with Autorama at NAV, we will be moving the Kinsmen In Motion show & Shine to August 14, 2016th at the same great location. See you all on the 14th!

Click here to check out the photos taken thoughout the day at our 2015 Kinsmen Show & Shine that was held on August 23, 2015.

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by Adam Brazeau  Cornwall Seaway News

 CORNWALL, Ontario - The Kinsmen in Motion: Show & Shine is a key ingredient to summer celebrations at Lamoureux Park.

Over 160 vintage vehicles, souped-up hot rods, and muscle cars were on display at the fourth annual event on Sunday (August 23).

As hundreds of automobile enthusiasts and serious gearheads toured the park, over $2,000 was raised for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cornwall & District.

“It’s growing in popularity and showing no signs of slowing down,” said Jody Archambault, event chair and Kinsmen Club of Cornwall past president.

This year, organizers slammed the brakes on asking for support from local residents and businesses to test the event’s popularity from a minimalist approach.

Since attendance and participation levels stayed on par with previous years, plans are already underway for attracting new sponsorship in hopes to expand the 2016 edition.

“We decided not to ask the community for sponsorship dollars to ensure the show can sustain itself, since there are so many worthy causes that need money,” said Kinsmen Club of Cornwall president Ray Eady. “Now that we see a demand, we’re moving full speed ahead.”

Eady wants to partner with other downtown summer events happening on the same weekend, such as Beyond 21’s Food Fest and CoTiCon.

Show & Shine organizers thank Kia of Cornwall for three years of dedicated support.

For more information about the service club, visit www.cornwallkin.com

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