Hilltop Happenings

High Octane Brunch: Third Annual 'Cars & Croissants' Event Parks in Summit June 21


SUMMIT, NJ - "Cars & Croissants," an informal club of automobile enthusiasts that meets bimonthly in various local locations, will make its third annual stop in the Hilltop City June 21, from 9 - 11 a.m.

The Summit High School drum line will kick-off the Father’s Day event, marching from City Hall down Springfield Avenue.

In 2014, the event featured an estimated 500 cars for attendees to view. Cars will be parked along Springfield Avenue from Woodland Avenue to Glenwood Place, 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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Free visitor parking will be available in the Tier Garage entrance off Maple Street. Parking will also be available in the lot behind the Summit Post Office. The public is reminded that the Broad Street Garage will be closed for repair work on weekends June 19 - September 7 and, as such, will not be available for parking.

The Summit Farmers Market, located in the Park & Shop Lot on the corner of Maple Street and Deforest Avenue, will be open between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.

“Summit Downtown is pleased to host this wonderful event again this year,” explains Marin Mixon, Executive Director of SDI. “Attendees will have the opportunity to not just experience all of the interesting cars, but our local businesses and seasonal Farmers Market as well. Father’s Day is going to be a fun time to visit downtown Summit."

For more information about Cars & Croissants and other Summit Downtown Sponsored events visit summitdowntown.org, or call 908-277-6100.

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