Thursday through Sunday Moose Jaw will be home to antique cars from all over Western Canada and the U.S.  They'll be here for the 48th annual International Antique Auto Meet.

During their time here car enthusiasts from near and far will be visiting the Sukanen Ship Pinoeer Village and 15 Wing Moose Jaw. Organizing Committee Chair Larry Howlett, "We've got a couple of show and shine's set up for the folks in Moose Jaw to come take a look.  They can come Friday afternoon from four till five thirty over at the Western Development Museum and Sunday from eleven till one we're going to block off Langdon Crescent and the cars will lined up along Langdon Crescent."

According to Howlett this is the first time the car show has ever been to Moose Jaw, "We thought it's time to do something different and so we went over and took a look at what Moose Jaw had to offer and thought that this was a fantasic venue to have this."

There will be over 150 cars from across Western Canada and the United States at the event.