SUMMIT, NJ - 'Cars & Croissants', the informal club of automotive aficionados that meet bimonthly in various local towns, will make its annual stop in the Hilltop City on June 17, from 8 - 10 a.m.

Cars will be parked along Springfield Avenue, from Woodland Avenue to Summit Avenue, Beechwood Road, from Union Place to DeForest Avenue; in the Bank Street parking lot; and on Union Place, from Maple Street to Summit Avenue.

During the event, Summit Avenue and Maple Street will be open to vehicular traffic.

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Downtown Summit is traditionally one of the largest 'Car & Croissants' gatherings, with an estimated 500 vehicles for attendees to view. The Summit High School drumline will march from City Hall down Springfield Avenue at approximately 10 a.m.

Cars & Croissants, not a car show competition, is a fair weather only event with no rain date.