The 25th annual Car and Motorcycle Show, a staple event organized by the Community of Lebanon Association, hits the streets Sunday, Aug. 20, from noon to 4 p.m.

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The event, which will take place on Cumberland Street from 4th to 9th streets, has a rain date set for Aug. 27.

A host of awards awaits entrants, with presentations by Lebanon Mayor Sherry Capello and event sponsors. In celebration of the event’s silver jubilee, attendees can anticipate additional surprise awards.

The Cheyenne Rock Band is set to perform live from noon to 3 p.m. in front of City Hall. Adding flavor to the event, a variety of food trucks have confirmed their attendance. The lineup includes Cheezy Grill, Haj Paj Catering, Robin’s Food Truck, and The Nacho Depot.

Interested parties can now register vehicles online for $15 for cars and $8 for motorcycles. Commemorative T-shirts, priced at $17-$20 based on size, are also available for purchase.

Local businesses have an opportunity to support the community event as the committee is currently seeking sponsors and door prize donations.

Be a part of this popular community event by registering your vehicle, purchasing a T-shirt, or becoming a sponsor. For more information, please send an email to or call 717-273-7215.

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