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26th Annual Coulterville Coyote Howl and Car Show




Date: Saturday, May 21st
What: 26th Annual Coyote Howl and Car Show
Location: Coulterville Park, Coulterville, CA
Admission: $10 for the parade (individual or group)
$25 for a booth
$20 for the car show
More Info: Gail Tyler, Howl Chair, at 209-878-3015
email her at www.info@coultervillemusem.org
Registration: Registration

Artists, crafts people, antique and classic car buffs and sponsors are encouraged to signup now for space at the 26th Annual Coyote Howl and Car Show, taking place on Saturday, May 21st at the Coulterville Park. This fun, free, old fashioned, family oriented event… complete with a big parade and car show, music, craft, art, food and merchandise vendors, as well as the all important Howlin’ Contests … is a great way to celebrate springtime!

Rates for parade entries, booths and the Car show have been kept at the same low rates they have been for many years, just $10 for the parade (individual or group), $25 for a booth and $20 for the car show (optional parade registration included). New this year, the winning car entry will receive a handsome trophy, thanks to sponsor, Host Film Production Equipment LLC out of Rio Rancho, New Mexico. Sponsorships range from $100 on up. It is thanks to the generous support of our many sponsors that this great event is free to everyone, yet serves as an important fundraiser for the Northern Mariposa County History Center.

If you would like to secure a booth or a space in the car show or want to take full advantage of a sponsorship by signing on now, contact Gail Tyler, Howl Chair, at 209-878-3015 or email her at www.info@coultervillemusem.org

This event is sponsored by the Coyote Howl Committee, a 501c6 nonprofit organization, with all proceeds contributed to the NMCHC to help keep their doors open



Coyote Howl Dinner Dance

The popular Blue Box Bayou Band will one again return for this fun, relaxed dinner dance which gets underway at 5:30 pm in the Coulter Café garden. A “Howlin Good” meal and hot Cajun sounds will once again cap off the Coyote Howl for just $16 per person. The Coulterville Community Club has signed on as one of four needed evening entertainment sponsors. Dinner tickets will be available at the Café and the History Center.