STIRLING, Ont. — Stirling Truck Show organizers are gearing up for what has become a Father’s Day weekend tradition with the fourth instalment of the show. The show will be held at 435 West Front St. in Stirling, Ont. June 19-21.
Live music and great food will complement the main draw of the event: the show and shine competition. Other features will include a pit crew challenge, an extreme trucking exhibition by Truck Rodz, a tailgate party, a children’s program and play area, access to the Hastings County Museum of Agricultural Heritage, and even the opportunity to drive a big rig.
Organizers are hailing the new vintage truck collection as the “star attraction” of the show’s lineup, which will be displayed starting at 9 a.m. on each day of the event. There is no cost to enter your truck in this collection.
The show will round out with the usual parade of show trucks after the winners from the show and shine competition are announced.
Daily admission for the show is $10 or $25 for the entire weekend. Children aged 12 and under receive free admission. For more information, visit www.stirlingtruckshow.com
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