Hawk-themed cars line the street at last year’s car show. REPORTER FILE PHOTO

Kent Downtown Partnerships presents HAWKtoberfest Car Show on Saturday

  • Thursday, September 21, 2017 2:47pm
  • Life

The Kent Downtown Partnership hosts the third annual HAWKtoberfest Car Show on Saturday, Sept. 23 in downtown Kent.

The show is 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Railroad Avenue and Meeker Street.

The family-friendly event is a community celebration of Seattle’s beloved football team.

The event is free to the public. Car enthusiasts who want to show off their Hawk-themed car, truck or other vehicle can register their vehicle for $20. There will also be limited space available for vendors.

Proceeds raised from the event will support KDP in its work to sustain small businesses and revitalize historic downtown.

For more information about Kent Downtown Partnership, visit DowntownKentWA.com.

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