EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) - You may see some unusual looking semis driving around the area in the next few days. That's because the Eau Claire Big Rig Truck Show kicks off Friday.
This is the 4th year the show has been held in Eau Claire. The show is free to the public, with free parking. It will feature over 100 trucks, some coming from as far away as Florida.
There will be two parades this year, one Saturday night and one on Sunday. There will also be a band playing Friday and a dog show.
Terry Biddle, the director of the Eau Claire Big Rig Truck Show says they are sure to give back to the community. "Some of the money we do raise from our sponsors and some of our food sales is for United Cerebral Palsy, also the Hands Foundation. That's what it's for, it's for the community. It's meant to be a family event."
To find out more about the schedule of events for the show, click the link below.