The Newton Community Festival and Custom Car Show rolls into town this weekend.

Classic cars come to Newton

Annual festival June 11.

The 16th-annual Newton Community Festival and Custom Car Show is this weekend.

Featured guest Red Robinson will take attendees on a trip down memory lane at the classic-themed Saturday event.

The free festival will be at the Newton Recreation Centre and feature roving entertainment, live music and dance on stage, a business expo, kids arts and crafts, a youth zone, artisan’s market, free products, door prizes, and more.

And dozens of car aficionados will have their well-shined wheels on hand for visitors to enjoy.

Marcel Hill will be there with The Big Red Enigma, his rare Chevy Silverado.

He says the “outdoor museum” of a classic car show provides “a slice of history – a record of mankind’s progress and development over the last century – part education, part nostalgia, and always interesting.”

The Newton festival takes place June 11, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 13730 72 Ave. For more information, call 604-501-5540 or check

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