Join us for the seventh annual 10,000 Lakes Concours d'Elegance. The show field will overflow with one-of-a-kind historic cars, boats and motorcycles. The show will also feature retail and food vendors, live music, a kid zone, presentations and live entertainment.
Sunday, July 28, 2019, 9am – 4pm. Excelsior Commons, along the shores of Lake Minnetonka
Free parking and shuttle from Excelsior Elementary School and Minnetonka High School from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Proceeds Benefit Bridging
Pre-sale tickets available ONLINE ONLY for $20 through JULY 1.
Tickets can be purchased at the gate, day of show
$25 per adult, Kids 12 and under, as well as active military with ID are free. There is no rain date.
No pets allowed.
Please contact Abby with questions at 952.278.3125
Auto authority F. Edward Lucas II will be the master of ceremonies for the 2019 10,000 Lakes Concours d’Elegance. He is the voice of some of the most prestigious Concours events in the United States including Amelia Island. Lucas will emcee the awards beginning at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 28, 2019.
Nominate your car, boat or motorcycle now through June 22, 2019 for FREE!
Previously accepted cars, boats and motorcycles from 2013 thru 2017 are invited to send a 2019 nomination. 2018 participants are invited to nominate again with a different vehicle than 2018, or nominate again in 2020. There is no rain date.
All applications are due by June 22, 2019. No exceptions will be made.
The top three participants who choose to wear period clothing reflecting the era of their car, boat or motorcycle will win a prize.
Weekend activities include Friday evening Cocktail Reception,and additional activities will be announced soon.
The host hotel of the event is the Marriott Minneapolis West.
Cars, boats and motorcycles are judged according to French rules. A team of judges will review each entry for style, elegance and beauty.Grace and success of the design carry more weight than physical condition and authenticity; however these factors may be used as a tiebreaker. Judges decide which entries are the "best" and "outstanding" in each class based on the above criteria.
"When good people get together and do good things, then good things happen!" - Fran Heitzman, Bridging Founder
BRIDGING was founded on one simple, yet powerful idea - that together we can create a bridge between those in need and those with excess. Bridging serves the greater Twin Cities area, with locations in Bloomington and Roseville, and has furnished more than 90,000 homes since 1987. Through the effective reuse of donated items, BRIDGING improves lives by providing quality furniture and household goods to those transitioning out of homelessness and poverty.
Through the generous support of business partners, foundations and individual donors and volunteers, each year Bridging is able to furnish more than 4,400 households in our community with hope.
For more information on how to donate your stuff, your time or your dollars, please visit bridging.org to help furnish homes with hope.
Donate your stuff – Clean the clutter and donate to Bridging
Give your quality, gently used furniture and household essentials a new home! Bridging provides more than 200,000 items to clients each year, with the average thrift shop value of $1,800 per household. Each week, Bridging needs more than 150 sofas and loveseats, and provides more than 300 pillows, linens and bedding to families in need.
Volunteer your time – Our volunteers are the best!
We rely on volunteers to do just about everything at Bridging. In addition to being a great way to give back to those in need, volunteering is a terrific opportunity for team building, socializing and staying active. Without your help, we simply could not help those in need throughout the Twin Cities. Driven by volunteers, more than 6,000 people donated close to 80,000 hours of service in 2017.
Give Your Dollars – Help sustain Bridging by making a monetary donation
Bridging relies on financial donations to help local families and individuals take a step toward financial stability. With your tax-deductible donation, you are helping furnish homes with hope. We could not do it without you! The average annual income for 90% of the individuals served by Bridging is less than $20,000, more than half of those households have children age 17 and younger.