Everyone is welcome to join us whether you are a member or not. Come out and introduce yourself.
June 15 2022 Meeting at Scout Island Nature Centre 7;00 PM
June 19 Crusin Classics Show & Shine. Prince George 10AM -3PM
June 23 Tim Hortons downtown (Oliver St.) location. 6:30 PM
June 24, 25 & 26 Penticton Beach Cruise
June 30 Monthly General Meeting. Shop 1705 Douglas Rd
July 2 Saturday. Stampede Parade and Street Party. Parade entrance on 2nd Ave and Comer.
Line up at 8:30 AM. Parade starts at 10 AM. Street party car show to follow parade.
July 3 Thoughtless Ambitions Auto Expo Quesnel in the park. Leaving A&W at 8 AM.
July 7 Oliver Street Bar & Grill outdoor patio 6:30 weather permitting.
July 10 Lunch at Chilcotin Lodge Risky Creek. Leave A&W at 11 AM.
July 14 Meet at the Senior Village parking lot on Western Ave. 7:00 PM
July 15, 16, 17 Meet Sun. at A& W and cruise to 100 Mile Car Show. Leave A&W at 8 AM
July 21 Meet at Tim Hortons downtown location at 6:30 PM (next to Shoppers)
July 29 Cruising to Lac La Hache with the 100 Mile Club for ice cream.
Aug 4 Monthly meeting at 1705 Douglas Rd. 6:30 PM. Rescheduled from July 28th,
Aug 6 Hot Nights in the City. Kamloops car show 8 AM -5PM
On the last weekend in May the Lakers Car Club hosts its annual Spring Roundup which has become one of the premier show and shines in the Cariboo. Auto enthusiasts from all over the province gather on the streets of Williams Lake to show off their cherished set of wheels. The two-day event starts on Saturday with a poker run and dinner, followed by the show and shine in downtown Williams Lake on Sunday. There is something of interest for everyone including antiques, classics, hotrods, trucks, motorcycles and more. One class that receives a lot of attention that day is the tractors and stationary engines. Because they are functioning pieces of our history they catch the eye of those who remember them, as well as the younger inquisitive generation. The Lakers Car Club is an organization dedicated to the preservation, restoration and enjoyment of all kinds of automobiles. However, the club also has a strong sense of community which members see as a way of giving back to the many businesses of Williams Lake that support them. Members enjoy volunteering for good causes as well as helping out financially when they can. Another very obvious but important function of the club is the social aspect. By meeting people, working together and achieving together, members ultimately have fun together. Generally the club meets once a week for fun “get togethers” such as cruising to local hangouts or hosting smaller show and shines, such as events at Canadian Tire and A&W Restaurant. Summer is cruising time so whenever possible members attend other shows around the area from as near as 100 Mile House to as far as Seattle. This is an open club, which means anyone who shares an enthusiasm for things mechanical is welcome. Owning a vehicle is not a prerequisite for membership. Members are welcomed to the club regardless of their ability to contribute a little or a lot. The cost is $30 annually. The benefits are priceless.