Lehi Heritage Day 2022 Car Show

Car entry fee is $10, with all proceeds going to the historical society, which strives to collect, preserve, protect, record and share Lehi’s history. First 20 cars to register have reserved spot and ride in parade.

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The seventh annual Lehi Heritage Day Car Show is set for Labor Day, Sept. 5, from 4-6 p.m., at the Legacy Center at 123 N. Center.

Put on by the Lehi Historical Society and Archives and sponsored by the Lehi City, the car and bike show gets bigger and better every year. Show host, Ron Woolstenhulme, promises another great year. “It’s always fun to see the vintage cars, trucks and hot rods and to talk to the car owners. We’ve always got old cars along with a little newer ones. There is definitely a little something for everyone.”

Car entry fee is $10, with all proceeds going to the historical society, which strives to collect, preserve, protect, record and share Lehi’s history. Pre-registration is not necessary, although the first 20 cars to register are reserved a spot in the show and ride in the Lehi Heritage Day Showcase Parade at 2:30 p.m.

The parade features nine couples who are being honored at Heritage Day for the tremendous service they have given to Lehi. This year’s parade will begin at 600 North and travel up Center Street to the Legacy Center. At that point, car show entrants will file into the east parking lot of the Legacy Center while the honorees are dropped off for the Honoree Celebration.

The first 50 car show entrants will receive a dash plaque. Fans will vote for their favorite car, truck and bike. Winners will receive a $50 gas card. The show hosts, Woolstenhulme and his wife, Jo’Ell, will also award a “Host Favorite,” trophy to the car and truck of their choice.

Ron makes the trophies from old car parts. “They are the coolest,” said Lara Bangerter, director of the Archives and chair of Lehi Heritage Day. “They are truly one-of-a-kind pieces of art.”

With close to 100 cars participating in last year’s event, Ron said, “We hope to exceed 100 entries this year.” The show takes place in the easting parking lot of the Legacy Center and overflows into the Lehi Library parking lot.

“Everyone should come,” said Ron. “It’s just a fun social event. It’s fun to see cars from the past and to ask the owners where they got their cars and what they did to them. Most have a story to them.”

The car and bike show is just one part of Lehi Heritage Day, which is free to the public. After the 2:30 p.m., parade, the Lehi Heritage Day honorees are celebrated in a short program in front of the Legacy Center at 3 p.m. In this program, the mayor and city council will award each couple with their own brick in the Walk of Fame Garden in front of the Legacy Center.

Along with the car and bike show from 4-6 p.m., there will be a meet-and-greet for the honorees in the Senior Center and “100 Years of Beautiful Lehi Home” and Chick-fil-A in the North Gym.

“More than 20 of Lehi’s oldest homes will be highlighted through displays and activities put on by people who have lived in, or know, the homes,” said Bangerter. “Everyone who attends should leave knowing a little about these homes and the people who lived in them. It should be very interesting! We hope everyone will come.”

If you would like to know more about the car and bike show, please call 801-836-2594. If you would like to know more about Lehi Heritage Day or to register for the car show, call 801-768-1570 or go to lehihistory.com.

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