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St. Martin's 3rd Annual Auto Show & Festival



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Get ready to rev up your engines and mark your calendars! The Third Annual Auto Show & Festival at St. Martin’s Episcopal is happening on Sunday, April 28, commencing at 12:30 pm. This popular community event is not only a must-visit for automobile enthusiasts but also a fun day out for the whole family.


The festival is held at St. Martin’s Episcopal, based at 15764 Clayton Rd, Ellisville, MO 63011. This event offers an opportunity for our community to come together, celebrate our shared love for cars, and spend a delightful day out with family and friends.


Auto Show & Car Contest

At the heart of the festival is the auto show, a platform for car lovers to showcase their prized possessions. From vintage classics to modern marvels, you can expect to see a diverse fleet of vehicles that will leave you in awe. The festival also features a car contest where owners can compete for the coveted title of 'Best in Show'. Whether you're a participant or a spectator, the auto show is sure to fuel your passion for automobiles.


Family Games & BBQ

But the fun doesn't stop at cars! There's a variety of family games to keep the little ones entertained throughout the day. And what's a festival without food? Feast on mouth-watering BBQ while you soak up the festive atmosphere. There's nothing like good food to complement a day filled with fun and excitement.


Benefiting the Circle of Concern

One of the most rewarding aspects of the festival is that it's for a good cause. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Circle of Concern, a charity dedicated to helping families in need. By attending the festival, you're not only guaranteed a great time but also contributing to a worthy cause.


For more information about the festival, please visit the official website at


We look forward to welcoming you to the Third Annual Auto Show & Festival at St. Martin’s Episcopal. See you there!


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