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Flemington's Main Street Car Shows Return Saturday

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FLEMINGTON, NJ – The borough’s summer Main Street car shows return for the season tomorrow,  Saturday May 26.

The show runs from  5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Registration starts at 5 p.m. at the old Historic Courthouse. The shows are free to attend and participate.

All makes and models, years, trucks and motorcycles are welcome. Tomorrow’s show will feature  Ford, Oldsmobile  and Mercury brands.

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The shows are held on alternate Saturdays. Any rain cancellation will be announced by 3 pm.

There will be three live bands at the show: Fred’s Landing (144 Main), Freys on the Side (Main Street), and Coo Coo Cachoo (26 Main Street). DJ Chuck Leonard will be spinning tunes.

There will also be face painting for kids, balloon sculptures, a Bounce House and other kids’ activities.

Stroll beautiful historic Main Street with your family, friends and neighbors to see some of the nicest variety of classic cars you will find anywhere. There will be several trophies for car participants as well as door prizes.

The Filling Station at 144 Main St. will be open for beer, wine and sangria. Outdoor dining will be available for car owners and spectators.

To register in advance or for more information, visit flemingtoncarshows.com or call Car Show Chairman Ron Van Horn at Van Horn Financial 908-806-6041.

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