SUMMIT, NJ - 'Cars & Croissants', the gathering of motoring mixers and minglers will once again matriculate to Summit, bringing hundreds of vehicles to the Hilltop City on Father's Day, June 16, from 8 - 11 a.m.
The 'Cars & Crossiants Club' is an informal group of automobile enthusiasts -- not a show competition -- that meets bimonthly in various local locations.The Club's annual stop in Summit, which is hosted by Summit Downtown, Inc., will see hot rods, exotics and everything in between 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.
“Summit Downtown again welcomes 'Cars & Croissants' to beautiful, historic downtown Summit this year,” says Nancy Adams, Executive Director of Summit Downtown, Inc. “We hope for beautiful weather so attendees can enjoy the fabulous cars, downtown businesses, and the popular Farmers Market this Father’s Day.”
Those interested in showing their cars should report to the Summit Diner (corner of Union Place and Summit Avenue) prior to 7 a.m. This is a fair weather only event and there is no rain date. All parking is free on Sundays.
The Summit Farmers Market, located in the Park & Shop Lot on the corner of Maple Street and Deforest Avenue, will be open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.