Please join us for an elegant day lakeside for the fourth annual 10,000 Lakes Concours d’Elegance. The show field will overflow with one-of-a-kind historically significant automobiles, watercraft and motorcycles. The Concours will also feature retail vendors, fine food, live music and much more. Proceeds will benefit the ICA Food Shelf.
Sunday, June 5, 2016, 10am – 4pm. Excelsior Commons, along the shore of Lake Minnetonka
Free parking and shuttle from Excelsior Elementary school and Minnetonka High School from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
$30 per adult through May 30, 2016 ONLY
Tickets are available at the following Kowalski’s Locations:
o Excelsior – 440 Water Street
o Eden Prairie – 16500 W. 78th Street
o Minneapolis – 5327 Lyndale Avenue South
o Saint Paul – 1261 Grand Avenue
At Gate, day of show
$35 per adult, Kids 12 and under, as well as active military with ID are free. There is no rain date.
Groups of ten or more may purchase advance tickets through May 30, 2016 for $25 per adult. Please call Abby at 952.278.3125 to make arrangements.
No pets allowed.
Please contact Abby with questions at 952.278.3125
Nominate your car or boat now through May 30, 2016 for FREE!
Accepted nominations receive two (2) participant passes that allow them to get into the event and into the Concours Keys Club Hospitality Tent.
Previously accepted cars and boats from 2013 and 2014 are invited to send a 2016 nomination. 2015 participants are invited to nominate again in 2017. There is no rain date.
Car and boat applications submitted after April 15, 2016 will be accepted, but will not be included in the on-site program or signage.
New this year! The top three participants who choose to wear period clothing reflecting the era of your car, boat or motorcycle will win a prize.
ICA’s mission is to offer hope, while providing assistance to our neighbors in need, helping make them stable and secure. ICA clients find themselves struggling to make ends meet. Most of ICA’s clients work, but do not make enough money to cover the basic needs of their families. Some are able to achieve financial stability rather quickly, while others require ongoing assistance and support. For 44 years our community has embraced ICA’s mission through ongoing support, allowing ICA to continually impact our community:
ICA serves seniors through our Mobile Food Shelf, where we’ve seen a 79 percent increase in need over the past two years.
22,165 pounds of food was provided in 2014 to students in need through local schools.
The ICA Mobile Food Shelf is in the fourth year of operation with great success. 75,000 pounds of food was delivered to more than 275 clients last year serving primarily senior citizens. With this assistance, our seniors can continue to lead an independent lifestyle without the need of a shelter.
Every dollar donated to ICA Food Shelf can be stretched up to 10 times further when ICA purchases food through our local Food Banks.