Sometimes making plans for holidays and special occasions doesn’t happen until last minute, and if that’s your situation for this Father’s Day, we can help you with a solution! If that special Dad in your life, or if you are the special dad and love cars, what better way to spend Father’s Day this Sunday morning, 06/15/14, than at Cars & Croissants in Summit, New Jersey?!
What Can I Expect to be There?
For this Cars & Croissants event in Summit, NJ, many cars both old, new and exotic are expected to make an appearance. Scheduled from 8:30am to 11am, it’s bound to be a fun time for the whole family and definitely a haven for any dad who loves cars of all kinds!
There’s absolutely no fee to get in as this is not a car show, but just a meet and get together of car lovers and dads alike for this Father’s Day! Please see below for details and a map of the area.
We will be meeting this Sunday in downtown Summit, NJ for our Father’s Day meet, which has historically been our best attended day for C&C. Looks like the grey weather will clear out and we should beautiful blue skies for our annual tribute to Dads.
The town of Summit graciously offered to host us and are promoting the event to their residents. They have provided us with a contiguous areas with over 500 parking spaces.
Location: Downtown Summit. Cars will be parked along Springfield Ave, Union Place and Maple St. Volunteers will help direct you when to get to Summit. A PDF Map with parking areas is attached.
Time: 8:30 to 11:00 AM
Some things to keep in mind:
1. Local stores/restaurants will be open to fulfill your breakfast wishes.
2. The Summit Farmer’s Market will open on Maple St.
3. The Chatham High School Drumline is going to march Springfield Ave to the Train Station around 10AM.
Look forward to seeing everyone there. Let your friends with exotic, collector, antique and sports cars know — all are invited.
Please –– let’s be on our best behavior. No burnouts or revving engines — there will be lots of children (and other spectators) in the area so we all need to be extra careful.