Car lovers and hobbyists alike will be cruising the North Okanagan Saturday in support of the Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Central Okanagan Chapter.
The event is organized by Wanda Olsen-Saunders and her husband.
“We wanted to do something that’s really important and something that’s really important for people with cars,” said Olsen-Saunders.
The cruise begins at Westwood Retirement Resort (2505 Ingram Rd., Westbank) at 8:30 a.m., where Westwood is providing breakfast by donation to registered cruising participants.
Cruisers will stop for lunch at the Village Cheese Factory in Armstrong and take a free tour of the facility.
The route is approximately 192 kilometres long.
Cruisers will leave Westbank at 9:10 a.m., stopping at four check points along the route, where cruisers have a chance to win fantastic prizes.
Other stops include Hillbilly Haven and Redline Cycle & Auto for prize draws.
The cruise wraps up with a car show at the A&W on Lakeshore Road in Kelowna.
“Anyone can come on the cruise, you don’t have to own a classic car either, we just want to get anyone and everyone involved,” said Olsen-Saunders.
For more information or if you would like to register, contact Olsen-Saunders at 250-707-1666 or email@example.com