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posted: 6/17/2012 6:32 AM

Vintage fire trucks on display at next Car Fun on 21 event in downtown Libertyville

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  • An Antique Libertyville fire truck was one of the classic cars that appeared in the 2011 Car Fun on 21 show.

      An Antique Libertyville fire truck was one of the classic cars that appeared in the 2011 Car Fun on 21 show.
    Courtesy of MainStreet Libertyville

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MainStreet Libertyville will host its second Car Fun on 21 classic car show for the season on Wednesday, June 20 on Church Street in the downtown area.

In addition to classic cars 25 years and older, vintage fire trucks from Libertyville and several surrounding communities will be displayed. The event runs from 6 to 9 p.m.

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Be sure to bring your cameras. Listen to the sounds of Miss Demeanor and The Attitudes, and have a pulled pork sandwich from Main Street Smokehouse or ice cream from Culver's of Libertyville. Enjoy a summer evening admiring the cars and trucks and chatting with their proud owners.

If you would like to display your car or truck, use the Brainerd Avenue entrance. A volunteer will be there to assist you. Parking begins at 5 p.m.

Mark your calendars for the remaining Car Fun on 21 events: Wednesday, July 18 (music by My Moneys on Bob); Aug. 15 (David Dallison & Friends); and Sept. 29 (The New Libertyvillians).

For information contact the MainStreet office at (847) 680-0336 or visit

MainStreet Libertyville is a downtown volunteer-based nonprofit organization that hosts more than 55 days of events during the year. Its mission is to enhance the community identity and heritage, to foster a center of activity and to ensure economic stability in the heart of Libertyville through concentrated efforts of design, promotion, organization and economic revitalization. MainStreet Libertyville works in cooperation with the village of Libertyville.

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