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  We welcome you to the Fall Blues Show & Shine web site where you can find all of the information about our Little Car Show. The 2016 Fall Blues Show & Shine will be Sept. 9th-11th, on the grass at the YACHATS INN, in the beautiful Coastal town of Yachats, OR. Yachats is located halfway between Newport and Florence on HWY 101, roughly 25 miles from either one.
  We have a lot planned again for our 9th year, starting with registration check-in Friday afternoon from 3-7pm. Social Hour is from 3-10:30 pm, both on the grounds and in the Tea House where you can mingle, relax and or join in in one of the Fun Filled Sprint Car Race Tracks and check out your dice racing skills.
 Saturday regisration check-in will be from 8am-12pm. Our legendary pancake toss breakfast is from 8-9:30 am. Check out your catching skills! From 11-3 we have planned a 15 stop Poker Walk (five cards per hand) through the town of Yachats. You'll have plenty of time to walk around town, shopping, eating and drinking with all of the Great local merchants. Or you can just hang out on the grass, visiting and talking Hot Rods and maybe go for a nice walk on the beach. The Rose City Rats will be singing the Blues out in the sunshine from 1:00 to 4:00. We will be drawing raffle prizes from 10am until 3pm. Dinner that evening will 5:30 to 7:00 - catered by Drift Inn. After dinner we'll have a dance with blues music provided by The Purple Cats from 8;00 until?
  Sunday breakfast will be served from 8-9:30 am. The Sponsor Pick Awards will be handed out starting 10am. Checkout time at the Motel is 11am (be ready before the awards). Hopefully everyone will be on the road home by noon, so we can all make it home safe.

Remember - this year we will be cutting off the registration at 100 vehicles, so get your registration in ASAP! They are coming in fast, and we would hate to turn you away!

Please check out the Registration From and Flyer for all of the details and Motels by clicking the links above
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