Please join us for the Show & Go antique and custom car event. Benefitting SafeHouse of Shelby County, Show & Go will display classic and custom cars in downtown Mt. Laurel during this family-friendly event. In addition to viewing some of central Alabama's most fabulous classic and custom cars up close, attendees will also enjoy listening to live music, browsing retail shops and dining in local restaurants in Mt. Laurel's picturesque town center.
Registered vehicle owners have the option to participate in vehicle judging. Trophies will be awarded in a variety of categories.
Should the event be postponed to its 'rain date' of June 18, all registrations will be honored. Sorry, no refunds. Attendance is free to the public. All car owners wishing to register must follow the "Car Registration" link above.*
Registration packets will include:
- T-shirt, plus any additional shirts you ordered, Early Bird registrants only
- Event program
- Special offers from our sponsors
- A chance to win great door prize
*A portion of the registration fee will be eligible for a charitable tax deduction. Click here if you would like to download a registration form to mail.
Participants may register their vehicles for $25 at the event.
Follow our event page on FaceBook for regular updates. Please call 205-378-2922 or email email@example.com for more information.
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SafeHouse of Shelby County
Established in 1989, SafeHouse of Shelby County offers critical domestic and sexual violence response and prevention programs for the communities of Shelby, Coosa, and Clay Counties in Central Alabama.
SafeHouse accomplishes its mission by providing:
- Shelter, counseling, case management, community resource referrals, and other services
- Individual and group counseling on the dynamics of domestic violence and sexual assault for children and adults as well as parenting support
- An advocacy program to accompany women to court appearances and educate victims in court about the cycle of violence
- Sexual assault and domestic violence advocates on call 24 hours, 7 days a week
- Sexual assault advocates accompany victims to the hospital, assist victims through law enforcement, court systems, and provide counseling
- Education and awareness programs for schools, hospitals, police departments, courts, social services, and other community members