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Vintage cars fill Goldstream Avenue for Langford Show and Shine

Donations were collected for the Goldstream Food Bank

Car enthusiasts got to see an excellent assortment of vintage vehicles during the annual Langford Show and Shine.

The event was held Sunday (Aug. 20) along Goldstream Avenue with food trucks open on Station Avenue.

The show and shine was free, but donations were collected for the Goldstream Food Bank.

Attendees were able to check out artist studios, vendors and a chalk drawing from artist Scott Gillies.

There was live music and performances from magician Jason Verners.

Options for kids included a craft station, balloon animals and face painting.

Dogs even got in on the fun with free treats, water and a cool place to relax at the doggy comfort station.

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Brendan Mayer

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I spent my upbringing in Saskatoon, and in 2021, I made the move to Vancouver Island.
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