The Anna Jarvis Museum held it's annual Antique Car Show on Sunday.
The show allows local car lovers to bring in their own car, or come and check out the best cars from around the area. Last year almost 70 cars showed up to the event.
This year's event did have a change of plans. The field where they usually park cars was still flooded from the recent rain.
Proceeds from the show help pay for utilities during the winter months: January, February and March, when the museum is closed.
All fundraising events including the Mother's Day festivities help to run the museum through out the year.
"Support the museum. All of the museum not only the Anna Jarvis one but all of the museums are struggling to stay opened and not be lost," said Olive Dadisman, director at the Anna Jarvis Museum. "Our history needs to be kept up. A lot of work went into this one to be kept up. We also do Christmas tours I want to mention that."
The Anna Jarvis Museum will also host a number of events this fall. If you would like to visit the museum or want to find out more visit the website.