Car show to feature 200 classic cars, motorcycles


Lamb’s Fellowship will host its 4th annual Car and Motorcycle Show tomorrow, May 19, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the church at 21901 Railroad Canyon Rd. The event is free and open to the public.

This year’s show will feature 200 cars and motorcycles, live music, food trucks, bounce houses, more than 40 vendors, opportunity drawing and live auction.

The band “British Invaders” will put on a free concert from 12 to 2:30 p.m.

The live auction includes a Traeger grill, collectible memorabilia from the television show Bitchin’ Rides and four Lamb’s Fellowship logo jackets, to name a few.

Automotive products and a flat screen television are among this year’s raffle prizes.

Lake Elsinore Mayor Pro Tem Steve Manos will honor the show’s executive director, Canyon Lake resident Paul Kakis, for his charity work in the community.

Several members of the Canyon Lake Car Club will be participating in this year’s Show, hoping to win some of the 30 trophies that will be awarded.

All of the proceeds from the show go toward local programs for children. Part of the proceed will allow children to attend this year’s Lamb’s Fellowship Vacation Bible School at no charge.

For more information, visit or contact Paul Kakis at 951-434-7565 or info@lambscarshow.