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Roselle Park Holds Art and “Cruising Night” Car Show

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Roselle Park Holds Art and “Cruising Night” Car Show Credits: Joe DeIorio and Jenn Hockenberry
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ROSELLE PARK, NJ - A “Cruising’ Night” car and motorcycle show along with the “Roselle Park Loves Art” show was held on Friday evening in the downtown area of Roselle Park. 

Many came out for the event hosted by Mayor Carl Hokanson and the Roselle Park Borough Council that feature all makes and models of cars, trucks and motorcycles and for those participating the hopes of winning a trophy.

The Art show was open to all age groups and featured the Montclair Art Museum’s “MAM truck.” https://www.montclairartmuseum.org/learn-and-create/mam-art-truck 

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Music was supplied by “DJ Hot Rod” Mike. 

The next “Crusin Night” event will be held on July 29, from 6p.m. to 9p.m. on Chestnut Street.

Anyone interested in sponsoring a trophy, being a vendor, or for more information on the the next show, can contact Rupen Shah (908)245-0666.

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