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.
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.