(Zoya Khan/Langley Advance) Car owners discussed their cars, and others, at Harrison Pointe’s annual car show.

Car collectors stop by Langley seniors complex

The annual Harrison Pointe mini car show was a chance for sharing memories and root beer floats.

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Harrison Pointe seniors residence in Milner hosted its annual mini-auto show on Thursday afternoon.

The show normally takes place on Father’s Day. Paola Welti, Harrison Pointe’s recreation coordinator, explained the decision was made to move the event to summer because of less weather around Father’s Day.

Local vintage auto collectors brought their vehicles to show the residents for the afternoon.

Seniors strolled around admiring the cars while enjoying root beer floats. For many it was a stroll down memory lane – sharing stories with one another.

 

(Zoya Khan/Langley Advance) Harrison Pointe residents admired a cherry red 1933 Chevrolet.

(Zoya Khan/Langley Advance) Seniors reminisced about the cars from bygone days.

(Zoya Khan/Langley Advance) Seniors reminisced about the cars from bygone days.

(Zoya Khan/Langley Advance) Seniors reminisced about the cars from bygone days.

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