The Alden Sherman Classic car and motorcycle show will celebrate its second year on Sunday, Sept. 22, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Weston High School on School Road. The community-driven event engages motoring enthusiasts of all ages to benefit the Weston Senior Activities Center.
The rain date is Sept. 29.
The Alden Sherman Classic showcases significant and unique automobiles and motorcycles spanning their more than 100-year history. Last year's inaugural show featured more than 200 cars and motorcycles on display, drawing 1,000 attendees and raising $26,000 to fund programs at the center. This year's event will also feature car club parking corrals, a silent auction, varied lunch offerings, and an opportunity to vote for favorite car and motorcycle.
Alden Sherman is a Weston car collector who tools around the area's winding roads in one of his Bugattis, Amilcar, Jaguar or Ferrari. He is a sought-after participant in major regional shows and rallies. His youthful enthusiasm belies his 90 plus years, 70 of which he has spent collecting, racing and fixing cars.
The Weston Senior Activities Center offers a broad array of programs and services to the town's senior community, which makes up approximately 20 percent of Weston's population, as well as those from surrounding towns.
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