Warminster, Pennsylvania, is located in Central Bucks County and is about 20 miles north of Center City Philadelphia. Warminster is about 10 square miles, with a population of just over 32,000. The small size of Warminster limits the number of large events, like car shows, that the township hosts. Warminster is neighbor to Doylestown and Hatboro, and although Warminster doesn't host many car shows, Doylestown and Hatboro do. Between the three towns there are multiple benefit and club run cars shows throughout the year.
Warminster Police Benevolent Association
The Warminster Police Benevolent Association has added a benefit car show to its list of annual events. The show is held at the Warminster Community Park along the old runway. The event includes food and snacks. Show registration is open to cars, trucks and motor bikes. The show will have 25 categories and each one receiving an award. There will also be 13 secondary awards given. The categories are mainly divided by model year and vehicle type: truck, car or motorcycle.
Moonlight Memories Car Show
The Moonlight Memories Car Show is hosted annually by the Greater Hatboro Chamber of Commerce. The show has historically drawn 500 classic cars and more than 100,000 visitors. The show is held along York Road, which is the main street cutting through town. Hatboro closes the street down for the event. The show runs from 5 p.m. until 10 p.m. for just one day. The show includes classic cars, custom cars, exotic cars and trucks.
Doylestown at Dusk
Hosted by the Rotary Club, Doylestown at Dusk is a car show and community event rolled into one. The show is open to cars, trucks and motorcycles of all types. The show also includes a sampling of local restaurant food, live entertainment, a rock climbing wall and video games. The event shuts down State Street and several side streets throughout downtown Doylestown to allow families to walk safely through the area.
Other Warminster Shows
The Warminster Township Department of Parks and Recreation will host a special truck show at the Warminster Community Park. The free event, called Touch a Truck, will allow residents to climb aboard the large service trucks they see in their community every day. The event, sponsored by J.P. Mascaro and Sons, will bring big rigs, construction vehicles and public works vehicles to the park for an up close and personal inspection.
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