The second annual Gus' Station Car Show is set for Saturday, July 16, at the Village of Yesteryear in Owatonna. Hours will be 8:30AM to noon.

There will be dash plaques to the first 75 entries, with trophies to the top 10 vehicles. It's free admission.

A breakfast catered by SpareTime Entertainment will be served at the History Center from 8:30-10:30AM. It's $7 and children 5 and younger eat free.

At 12:30PM you're invited to cruise to Geneva Bar and Grill and enjoy the Johnny Holm Band.

Gus' Station was built in 1931 in Ellendale. It was across the street from the former Creamery, which is now Al's Body Shops. Gus and Hilda Jacobson began a 30-year run operating the station, starting in 1946. It was a well-known hangout spot for Ellendale school students. The building was moved to the Village of Yesteryear in 2014.

You can read more about Gus' Station and the other buildings in the village by going to the Steele County Historical Society website.