HOOK SEAL – The Seal Cove Auto Museum and Hancock County SPCA are teaming up for a special Cars & Coffee event called Cars & Canines from 10am to 1pm on Saturday, September 10.
Everyone is welcome to come to the museum to learn more about what the SPCA does for the community. And from 10 a.m. to noon, the Darling’s Ice Cream Truck for a Cause serves frozen treats by donation, with all proceeds going to the museum and the SPCA.
The SPCA will be in attendance with adoptable pets, homemade pet-friendly treats, a quilt raffle, and presentations and information about their programs.
Cars & Coffee is an opportunity for drivers to showcase their specialty vehicles, and for car enthusiasts and community members to peek under the hood, learn about the hobby and enjoy a day at the museum with a Cup of coffee.
All dogs are welcome, but dogs must be on a leash and used to crowds and other animals to safely attend the event.
Admission to the museum and exhibits on display is free for everyone during the hours of the event. Light refreshments are offered free of charge, including coffee, locally baked donuts from Honey and Lace Baking Company, fruits and juices.
Museum Director Ethan Yankura and Collections Curator Bill Barter will discuss the car’s collection and history, and demonstrate period vehicles from the museum’s collection.
“This Cars & Coffee is a special one. We are excited to once again partner with the Hancock County SPCA to celebrate two great organizations. As a dog-friendly organization, Seal Cove has been looking forward to this event all season and we can’t wait to see the cars and dogs in attendance,” said Yankura.
Located at 1414 Tremont Road in Seal Cove, the museum houses a historic collection of exceptional cars from the Brass Era and is open daily through October 31 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information visit www.sealcoveautomuseum.org or call (207) 244-9242.