Vantage Point invites Valley to Classic Car Show

Vantage Point will be hosting the 2nd annual Classic Car Show and BBQ.

Vantage Point will be hosting their second annual Classic Car show.

Gearing up for a great summer, Vantage Point will be hosting their second annual Classic Car Show with the Porcupine Hills Classic Cruisers from Claresholm A.B, and some locally invited car  enthusiasts. “The car show last year was amazing and we are really excited to have Porcupine Hills here as well as some locals involved this year,” says Scott Westby Communications Strategist for Chatterson Drive. Everyone is invited to come on down and check out the show which will be held on Saturday, June 16th from 1-4 p.m. at Vantage Point. During the car show spectators can fuel up at the by donation BBQ with all proceeds going to a local charity or organization. “We want to welcome families, kids and everyone to come join in the fun,” says Westby.


As summer continues Vantage Point will be big in the community of Sparwood. “This summer we have a lot going on. There will be free BBQ’s every Wednesday evening from 5 – 7 p.m. at the Vantage Point showhome, and with their yellow Ilovesparwood lanyard passes kids can come get a freezie every day from the show home between 1 and 6 p.m. as well,” says Westby. “Vantage Point is a really great community, with great views and we love to host events to bring the community of Sparwood closer together,” he says.


Yellow lanyards may also be able to be found at the Vantage Point Showhome located at 2248 Blackhawk Drive. More information on upcoming special events can be found at’s title sponsor is Vantage Point. To find out about additional sponsorship possibilities or to find out how you can help bring Sparwood together, please contact Scott Westby at

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