DANVILLE — About 1,000 cheeseburgers are approaching to be served during Saturday’s Cheeseburgers and Fun eventuality during Kennekuk County Park.
“The large thing is it brings everybody out to a park,” pronounced Rick Strebing, who is on a Vermilion County Conservation Foundation board. “It’s a whole day of fun for everybody.”
The foundation, that is in a 34th year, sponsors a event.
The Vermilion County Conservation District’s Bunker Hill Historic Area will horde a Cheeseburgers and Fun event.
There is no entrance price to attend or to attend in a automobile show, though donations are welcome. Proceeds go toward a Kennekuk Environmental Education Center and substructure projects.
It’s a day-long eventuality starting with a Kennekuk Road Runners’ Howl during a Moon eight-hour run and travel during 7 a.m.
Other events afterwards start during 8 a.m. and run until 9 p.m.
“The automobile uncover will have all a opposite automobile groups, a comparison Model T’s and corvettes,” Strebing said.
The 11th annual Bunker Hill Run Car and Tractor Show will underline some-more than 350 antique cars, corvettes, flesh cars, mustangs and prohibited rods.
The automobile and tractor uncover is sponsored by a Illiana Antique Car Club, Mustang Club of Danville, Corvette Cruisers of Illinois and II Antique Tractor Club.
The automobile clubs also will journey to a Veterans Affairs Illiana Health Care System to engage veterans in a show.
A chainsaw figure proof will be from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Food vendors will open starting during 11 a.m.
The foundation’s cheeseburger cookout starting during 3 p.m. has a cheeseburger, chips and soda for $6, while reserve last. A cheeseburger squeeze also means a possibility in a $500 drawing.
The Vermilion Voles Vintage Baseball Jamboree will be during noon.
The 3 bands are One Foot In, from 1-3 p.m.; Left 4 Dead, 4-6 p.m.; and Lady Luck, 7-9 p.m.
Strebing pronounced there also will be Joyful Bubbles and face painting.
The ancestral buildings also will have displays and be open. Pictures will be on arrangement with a updated due Phases 2 and 3 of a preparation center.
Vermilion County Conservation District Executive Director Jamie Pasquale pronounced it’s good to have a internal automobile clubs get together for a event, in further to carrying a bands and other activities.
He pronounced a eventuality kind of started to get a charge foundation’s name out there.
Foundation house members and district staff have been environment adult tents and a theatre and scheming a park for a event.
Pasquale pronounced they inspire people to move a grass chair and come out for a good time.
No ethanol is served during a event, though coolers are permitted.