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‘Rolling Sculpture’ returns to historical village this weekend
Show is open to anyone
File photo Rolling Sculpture Horseless carriage.jpg
In this 2019 file photo, John Vsetecka, Great Bend, explains the starting procedure for his 1913 Willy’s Overland “horseless carriage.” His was the oldest vehicle on display at the Rolling Sculpture Car Show Saturday, held at the Barton County Historical Society Museum and Village. Rolling Sculpture 2020 returns to the village this weekend.

Get your motors running … Polish your fenders … Clean those windshields … Barton County Historical Society will host Rolling Sculpture 2020, our annual car show and limited open house, on Aug. 29, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Rolling Sculpture 2020 is open to anyone who wants to bring a vehicle to display. There is no entry fee. Door prizes will be drawn at 2:30 p.m. for all registered vehicles. 

Parking for trailers is available just north of the museum grounds at the city parking lot. Some buildings will be open to the public and there will be no admission. Children should be supervised by an adult and no bicycles or pets will be allowed on the show grounds. 

The Barton County Historical Society Museum and Village is located at 85 S. US Hwy. 281, just south of Great Bend, across the Arkansas River Bridge on Main Street.