Wellbrook Winery's big annual event takes place next Saturday.
Summerfest is always expanding, says Wellbrook owner Terry Bremner.
"It's going to be fantastic this year," he says.
The event features a range of attractions, including a classic car and motorcycle show, a blueberry festival and an outdoor market.
Bremner said he expects between 80 to 100 cars to show up but that "depends dramatically on the weather."
Model train setups and quilting displays from the Boundary Bay Quilters Guild will be on site again this year.
The Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society, a non-profit organization whose volunteers are dedicated to public education and the rehabilitation and release of injured and orphaned birds, is expected to bring a few birds to the event as well.
There will be barbecue chicken, pie by the slice, chips, juice and more for those looking for a bite to eat.
Visit the blueberry booth if you're feeling adventurous and are interested in signing up for the always-popular blueberry pie-eating contest.
The Centaurs will be back this year for more live '50s and '60s music.
Kids can check out bouncy castles, an inflatable maze, a three-lane bungee run and can try their hand at milking a "cow."
Partial proceeds from the event go to support the Delta Hospital Auxiliary.
Bremner notes over $8,000 has been raised so far.
Summerfest takes place Saturday, July 21 from 10: 30 a.m. to 4: 30 p.m. at Wellbrook Winery, 4626-88th St.
Admission is free. For more on the event, including a detailed schedule, visit wellbrookwinery. com.