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Pleasant weather a plus for
June 16 Cruise Night

After the first Cruise Night on May 19 had been a "Rain-out," Cruise Night enthusiasts welcomed the cooler rain-free evening, June 16. Whether they had come to show-off their prize vehicles, or they were part of the crowd who simply love looking at really unique automobiles, a "nice sized crowd" showed up to view the 80+ vehicles on exhibit. Some brought their lawn chairs and found a comfortable spot under a shade tree in Gazebo Park to sit back and relax visiting with their friends, old and newly found. Others meandered through the Depot shops. Some shopkeepers had set up racks outside of their stores for the convenience of those who were strolling about enjoying the weather and the good company of friends, and members of the Downtown Association sold this years Cruise Night T-shirts for $15.



...Car enthusiasts took advantage of the pleasant Friday evening on June 16 to enjoy the first Pleasant Hill Cruise Night of the season.
...A nice sized crowd showed up to enjoy the weather and check out approximately 80 vehicles on exhibit. The crowd seemed to enjoy the new location. Cruise Night organizers decided for the 2017 season to move away from First Street and utilize the parking area around the north end of the depot, and expand it onto the triangle near City Hall and around Gazebo Park on Paul Street. Benefits of the new location are more parking space, more shaded area for parking and seating and easier access to public restrooms in the depot. The gazebo and grassy seating area will also be a benefit when they have live bands starting in July. Cruise Nights will continue on the third Friday of the month thru October. Many residents brought their lawn chairs and chose space on the Gazebo Park lawn to sit and relax, some shopped in the depot and others took advantage of the sidewalk sales and specials offered by the downtown shops.
...Miz Martha's had to-go food choices available from her tent conveniently located near the depot. Cruise night T-shirts were available for purchase for $15 at a table located at the north end of the depot. The next cruise night is scheduled for July 21 and a band is scheduled to perform.
...Pleasant Hill Cruise Nights are sponsored by the Pleasant Hill Downtown Association (DTA). Future Cruise Nights include July 21, August 18, September 15, and October 20. The DTA hopes this new set up and location will bring a new atmostphere to the already great cruise and would like to thank all those who have attended and will attend for making Pleasant Hill Cruise Night a great time for all.
...They hope to see everyone back in July!



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