Medford, Ore. - From Zumba classes and live music to break-dancers and Florkloriko performances, the Familia Unida car show and performance event provided fun moments and a great time for families and people of all age groups.
Amidst it all, dozens of cars were on display forcing passer-by's to occasionally stop and embrace the unique works of art.
From hot-rods and muscle cars to low-riders - it's an opportunity for members of the community to come together and enjoy all the events.
Yet with the ongoing recent spike in covid cases and hospitalizations across our local area, several still chose to take action for themselves even though it was an outdoor event.
"For me, it's just taking a risk you don't have to take," said car show participant Joe Wismann, "to not wear a mask and it's easy enough to do."
The large grass area at Fichtner Mainwaring park allowed for plenty of spacing between cars and booths to encourage covid safety guidelines as well.