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Hot Town, Summer in The City: SDI Details Slate of Events Beginning with 'Cars & Croissants' June 18

Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit

SUMMIT, NJ - A series of eclectic events, beginning with "Cars & Croissants" on Father's Day, June 18, will greet residents and visitors who venture to -- and throughout -- downtown Summit this summer.

The slate of activities, as detailed by Summit Downtown, Inc., includes:

Cars & Croissants - June 18, 8 - 10:30 a.m.

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Downtown Summit traditionally hosts of the largest "Cars & Croissants" gatherings, with an estimated 500 cars for attendees to view. The Summit High School Drumline will perform during the event. This is a fair-weather-only event with no rain date.  All downtown parking is free on Sundays.  

Summit Summer Street Fair - June 25, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Downtown streets will be lined with vendors, artisans, and activities. There will be children’s activities in the Bank Street Parking Lot and live music all day in the Summit Promenade. For vendor information, contact info@streetfairs.org or visit streetfairs.org.

Summit Farmers Market Blueberry Muffin Contest - July 9, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Amateur bakers are invited to bring their best blueberry muffins to the Summit Farmers Market by 10:45 a.m. on July 9.  Judging begins at 11 a.m.. Muffins will be judged on their flavor, texture, and appearance. After the muffins are judged, the public will be able to sample them. Entrants must bring one dozen muffins, which must be made from scratch; no canned ingredients or mixes allowed. Entrants must bring a copy of their recipe to the contest with them. The winners will receive Fun Money to be spent at the market. To register visit summitfarmersmarket.com.

Summit Restaurant Week - July 20 - 30

Enjoy prix fixe menus and specials at many of Summit’s restaurants and eateries. The week will begin with a Kickoff Celebration on July 20, with live music in the downtown.  A full list of participating restaurants will be available closer to Restaurant Week at summitdowntown.org.

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