IF IT is a "Sunday fun day" you're after, look no further as this event has got you covered.
The Leeton Vintage and Veteran Car Club will be hosting a show and shine on March 1 and it's destined to fill your Sunday with all things cars, trucks and motorbikes.
Coupled with that, those that attend will be helping Leeton SunRice Festival Ambassador Quest entrant Belinda Mahalm to raise funds for her charity - the Leeton RSL Sub-branch.
The event is promising to have all kinds of cars, motorbikes and trucks on display for people to look at, ask questions about and even snap a photograph of.
There will be plenty of trophies up for grab for those entering there prized possessions in the competition, including
- People's choice for first and second
- Best classic
- Best post-classic
- Truck of the day
- Best bike of the day
- Best represented club
Club president Steve Towers was hopeful entry numbers would be good and the former caravan park site on Brobenah Road would be brimming with vehicles on the day.
"People like looking at cars and I think they love coming and checking out the vintage cars," he said.
"Most car owners are happy to have a chat with people while they are walking around and having a look.
"They like talking about their cars, showing people through.
"It's a great day out for everyone."
A coffee van will also be on hand to provide a Sunday caffeine boost and the Yanco Lions Club catering van will make sure hungry stomachs are catered for, as well as an ice cream van.
"It's going to be a really great way to spend a Sunday," Mr Towers said.
"Come spend a Sunday surrounded by classic cars.
"For those who want to enter their car, they can let me know beforehand or just turn up on the day."
Gate takings, entry fees and money raised from raffles on the day will go towards Ms Mahalm's fundraising as part of the quest and she was looking forward to being part of the day.
"I sent Steve a message a while back to see if the club would be interested in doing something with me to raise money, so it's worked out really well," she said.
"We'll be helping out with the gate, running a raffle and just being part of it all."
Ms Mahalm is one of five entrants in this year's Ambassador Quest and said it was experience she was enjoying as the SunRice Festival continues to edge closer and closer.
"It's been fantastic ... everyone has been so supportive," she said.
"We're trying to have events that cover everyone. We've also got an open-air movie night coming up on February 22, following that we've got a poker run on February 28 and we'll be catering at the Bidgee Classic.
"It's a really good feeling of knowing we're helping.
"I've had a lot of comments from people when it comes to the awareness side of things for our returned veterans and that's what I wanted to do as well as raise money for the sub-branch."
Entry for vehicles taking part in the show and shine will be $5, while those coming through the gate for a look will only need a gold coin to cover their entry.
Gates open at 8am for the vehicles, with the event to officially start from 9am to 1pm on March 1 at the old caravan park site on March 1.
For more information get in touch with Mr Towers.