The MainStreet Cruisers roll into town Saturday from 3 to 9 p.m. in historic downtown Cleveland around the Courthouse square. Last month the Cruise-In site had to be expanded an additional four blocks to accommodate the more than 700 vehicles.
At 3 p.m. the Cleveland Middle School Dance Team will return to the plaza stage under the direction of Kelly Owens. This marks the fifth year that the school’s dance team has opened the May Cruise-In.
Music on the Move will be playing great music throughout the afternoon.
Join hundreds of classic car enthusiasts and see restored cars and other special interest vehicles at this popular free event. Stroll the streets, shop and have dinner in one of the locally owned restaurants.
Enjoy a variety of specialty foods and entertainment, and you can participate in the 50/50 drawing with 50 percent of the proceeds going to a local charity.
Kids of all ages will enjoy the model car contest.
The swap meet is located on Broad Street, south of Inman Street.
Spaces are free and are available on a first come, first-served basis.
Sponsors for the May event are Larry Hill Ford, Pioneer Credit, StreetsideAuto.com, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Check into Cash, Massengill Tire, and Mountainstone Veterinary Clinic
Don't miss this evening of classic cars, entertainment, and fun around the Courthouse Square.
The Cruise-In continues on the fourth Saturday of each month through October.
For additional information about the Cruise-In, contact Steve Harrell at 802-6405 and visit mainstreetcleveland.com.