Car show for ‘Kids Can Help’

Event runs from noon to 3 p.m. on April 30 at Mr. Mikes on 200 Street. Donations to local charity in support of B.C. Children's Hospital

Mr. Mikes Langley will host a car show followed by a patio launch party on Saturday, April 30 from noon to 5 p.m.

The steakhouse located on 200 Street, will host the show, with donations going to “Kids Can Help.”

The Kids Can Help charity was formed in 2011 by a then 10-year-old Sean Thomas, who went around with a can collecting money for B.C. Children’s Hospital. Since then, he has been joined by team of young people. Together, they have raised more than $60,000 by putting on several fundraisers each year.

The car show, which goes from noon to 3 p.m., will be followed by a patio party featuring games, a photo booth, a giant Jenga game, barbecue on the patio and prizes.

Donations of cash, canned food, new clothing and kids’ toys will go to Kids Can Help.

Call to register your vehicle at 604-534-1100. Free classic Mikeburger for all entrants.

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