Saturday, June 3, 2017
Classic Car Tour Rolls Through Dorchester Today At Noon
As if an alumni golf tournament and one of Nashville's hottest artists playing a concert in Dorchester wasn't enough for one Saturday.
In addition, hundreds of classic automobiles will be rolling through Dorchester around noon today, June 3.
Dorchester is on the route of the Nebraska Rod and Custom Association's (NRCA) "Tour Nebraska" -- a unique driving event covering 600 miles in two days.
The tour is open to all four-wheel vehicles that are 30 years old or older.
The event has been held for 25 years and the record for participants stands at 424 in 2015 when the group started in Lincoln. Tour Nebraska is a NRCA members only event, however, non-members are encouraged to join the association and participate.
This year's theme is "The Fifties" so grease em up and poodle down, say the event organizers.
(UPDATE: With Dorchester's main street closed for tonight's Jerrod Neimann concert, we are fairly certain the tour will pass through on Hwy. 33. Spectators can watch from the grounds of the Saline County Museum.)
For more on the NRCA group, click here.