Studebaker National Museum hosts Cars and Coffee event

Published: Aug. 1, 2020 at 6:45 PM EDT
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) - Classic cars filled the parking lots of the Studebaker National Museum for Cars and Coffee on Saturday.

This is a free car show at the museum with free coffee and donuts for guests.

Because of COVID-19, masks are required inside the museum and social distancing was easy to achieve outdoors.

The featured club this month was the Avanti Owner’s Association, but it’s a show that is open to all types of hobby cars and the general public.

“It’s a great way to help us raise awareness about the Studebaker National Museum. It shows people who like every type of car how much exciting programming and material we have here at the museum and really just helps form new connections with the community,” Studebaker National Museum Executive Director Pat Slebonick said.

Through August 8, admission to the museum is buy one, get one free and free for all healthcare workers.

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