Classic cars will once again roll into the center of Nyack on Thursday, July 10 from 5p until dusk. Classic, antique, specialty model and muscle cars will be lined up for your viewing pleasure in the Main Street parking lot as part of the third annual Classic Car Night, organized by the Nyack Chamber of Commerce. Admission and registration for displaying cars is free.
“This community-centered event promises to once again attract a strong showing of car enthusiasts — people who take pride in owning and maintaining special vehicles as well as people who appreciate them,” said Scott Baird, Chamber President.
The evening is not just for automotive aficionados. Entertainment will include classic music favorites spun up by a DJ, and face painting for the kids. The event is sponsored by Motorcar Manor and Rockland Rodders; fundraising proceeds will go to the Wounded Warrior Project.
“Visitors can expect not only to see beautifully-maintained vintage and specialty cars, but also to enjoy a fun night out with friends and family,” said Roger S. Cohen, Chamber Vice President. “Our exhibitors, entertainers and sponsors are planning a great show, so everyone will have a memorable night in Nyack.”
“We’re proud to support the Wounded Warrior Project,” added Mark Mangan, project organizer. “It’s a great cause that gives back to our family members, friends and neighbors who have put themselves in harm’s way to protect us all.”
For more information visit nyackchamber.org
A rain date is set for Thursday, July 17.
Photos from last year’s Classic Car Night by Ray Wright.