WESTFIELD, NJ — Local car lovers enjoyed about 155 cars, Jeeps, trucks and motorcycles at the second annual Westfield Police Benevolent Association Car Show Saturday at the South Avenue train station parking lot.
Adults and children alike viewed a variety of vehicles and enjoyed food from local vendors and food trucks.
“This event brought the police department and the community much closer,” said event organizer Officer Christopher Forcenito. “It was great to see Mayor Brindle out and about interacting with the community and the police department.”
This year’s car show included more activities for children than last year's, including a bounce house, face painting and fair games. Car enthusiasts and the community shared information and insights about some of the specialty cars on display.
“It is just a great feeling to give back to the community and to show them a different side of the police department,” said Forcenito.