More than 100 vintage vehicles are touring through Williams Lake starting at 2 p.m this afternoon, June 9 with the Vintage Car Club of Canada’s Canada 150 Circle Tour 2017. The majority of the vehicles will parade down Oliver Street and turn right on Mackenzie Avenue making their way to Quesnel. Others will head directly up Highway 97 from the Y toward Quesnel. The tour will be back in Williams Lake and assembled at the Tourism Discovery Centre at about 5:30 p.m. on Monday, June 12. Gaeil Farrar photo More than 100 vintage vehicles are touring through Williams Lake starting at 2 p.m this afternoon, June 9 with the Vintage Car Club of Canada’s Canada 150 Circle Tour 2017. The majority of the vehicles will parade down Oliver Street and turn right on Mackenzie Avenue making their way to Quesnel. Others will head directly up Highway 97 from the Y toward Quesnel. The tour will be back in Williams Lake and assembled at the Tourism Discovery Centre at about 5:30 p.m. on Monday, June 12. Gaeil Farrar photo

Vintage Car Club of Canada tours through Williams Lake at 2 p.m. today

About 100 vehicles will travel down Oliver Street and along Mackenzie Avenue north at 2 p.m. today

A parade of vintage vehicles will be touring through downtown Williams lake about 2 p.m. this afternoon, June 9.

There are more than 100 vintage vehicles taking part in the Vintage Car Club of Canada’s Canada 150 Circle Tour 2017.

The club members are having lunch at the Laughing Loon and will assemble at the Laughing Loon and the Tourism Discovery Centre at 1:30 p.m. and continue on to Quesnel and Prince George at 2 p.m.

At 2 p.m. most of the club members will parade down Oliver Street then turn right onto Mackenzie Avenue heading back up to Highway 97 to continue the tour.

The club will be back in Williams Lake for an overnight stay on Monday, June 12.

The vehicles will be parked at the Tourism Discovery Centre where the club members will have a barbecue dinner starting at 5:30 p.m.

The public is invited to come and view the vehicles that evening.

In the video Danny Moxey formerly of Williams Lake and now of Quesnel talks about the tour.

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