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Here are the Central Ohio car events for the first week of September including Labor day.

News and Notes:

I received an email from a reader that the Canal Events Center in Canal Winchester has closed. For now, I've removed the Bike and Sights and Sunday Cruisin' At The Canal events from the list. If anyone else can confirm the closing, please let me know in the comments.

The Empty Pocket Cruisers have canceled their Trunk or Treat car show scheduled for October 10 at the Hilliard Presbyterian Church. Covid-19 has led the church to determine that they no longer want to be the host for the show.

The cooler, less humid weather this past weekend helped boost attendance at a bunch of events.

The Bob Pool "Orphan" Car Show at Young's Dairy in Yellow Springs, Ohio had more than 80 cars participate. Marty Ruiz was kind enough to share his photos from the event.

Seventy cars showed up in downtown Rushsylvania for the Mike Hamilton Memorial Cruz Night on Saturday.

The Culp Lake Show in Springfield, Ohio had 300 cars on Sunday. This was more than double the number of cars that participated last year.

And finally, the Cars and Cones Ice Cream Cruise-In off of Polaris Parkway in Columbus had more than 160 cars stop by Sunday afternoon.

Unfortunately, I removed more events this week from the Save the Dates for 2020 page than I added. Despite the cancellations, September is still going to be a busy month.


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  • No Events Found

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  • No Events Found

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Here are the Central Ohio car events for the last week of July and the first weekend of August.

I wouldn't be surprised if a few of the shows scheduled for Saturday or Sunday are canceled by the end of the week so check back often.

News and Notes:

Here are some highlights from this past week's events:

  • Der Dutchman registered 93 cars at its weekly cruise-in on Thursday.
  • On Friday evening, 78 cars turned out for the London Strawberry Festival Car & Motorcycle Show.
  • The Black Wing Shooting Center Summer Blast Car Show had more than 100 cars in attendance. The Best of Show award went to Bill Erlenback and his 1957 Chevy Bel Air convertible.
  • The 1959 Chevy El Camino belonging to Ralph Carle picked up Best of Show honors at the Makeup Date Cruisin The Point On Main Car Show hosted by the C-Town Cruisers.
  • The Cars and Cones Ice Cream Cruise-In had its best attendance yet with more than 140 cars showing up during the 90 degree afternoon.

This past week the Save the Dates for 2020 page had as many new events added as were canceled.


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  • No Events Found

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  • No Events Found

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Another big week of events. Some of the weekly and monthly events have started to drop-off the schedule as we approach the end of the season.

Believe it or not, I added five more events to the Save the Dates Part Two page this week.

Speaking of Save The Date, the Tuesday Night Cruise-In at the Hilton Polaris is planning an "End of Season Party" on September 24. Music from Michael Holmes, the DJ that recorded all the music played at the Wholly Joe Cruise-ins and who passed away last December, will be broadcast during the cruise-in. There will also be a cake to celebrate Larry Walters 70th Birthday. So come join the fun for one last cruise-in of the year at the Hilton.

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This week will see another month of events completed for 2019. Now we hit the "meat and potatoes" portion of the season. I count no less than 54 events for August not counting the ongoing Events. It will be a busy month.

Believe it or not, I'm still adding events to the Save the Dates Part Two page. Check it out for a list of events through the end of the season.

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I can't believe two months of the season is under our belts already. Wow, is time flying fast!

We've got a "jam-packed" list of events for the first weekend in June. Lots of choices, especially on Saturday. Hopefully the weather cooperates.

If you're looking for a list of future shows and cruise-ins, check out the Save the Dates Part Two page. It's the most complete list of Central Ohio events you'll find on the internet.

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  • Cruisin' Wednesdays at Wendell's Pub - Westerville

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With the start of May, I predicted that cars shows taking place in 40-degree weather would be over for a while. Boy, did this weekend make a liar out of me!

Rain and cold temperatures both Friday and especially Saturday kept a lot of cars at home. The Vintage Auto Club of Delaware, Ohio First Friday cruise-in had only 20 cars show up this month.

The good news from the evening is that our good friend, Frank Sanborn, won the 50/50 raffle and donated his half back to the club. As a result, $110 will be going to Hospice of Delaware.

I was one of only nine cars that turned out for Coffee and Cars at the Richwood Bank in Delaware, Ohio on Saturday morning. Temperatures fluctuated between 49 and 50 degrees all morning with a pretty stiff wind out of the north.

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The sweltering heat on Saturday didn't stop more than 300 cars from turning out for the Vettes, Rods, And Classics show at Creekside.

It was so warm that at least one participant had to be taken to the hospital for heat exhaustion.  I'm pretty sure I lost 10 pounds of water weight just cleaning up my car for the show.  Water and shade were definitely your best friends on Saturday.

This is the 4th year the Capital City Corvette Club has hosted the show at the Creekside business district in Gahanna, Ohio. The district is a great venue for a car show.  Along with plenty of restaurant and shopping choices,  the area also includes a beautiful plaza and adjacent park. In four short years, this show has become one of the premiere car events in Central Ohio.

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The Saturday morning cruise-in at the Richwood Bank in Delaware, Ohio had such a good turn out that parking had to be extended to the grass areas surrounding the bank.  The bi-monthly cruise-in saw more than 43 cars and trucks drop in during the three-hour event.

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The Richwood bank held its inaugural cars and coffee cruise-in on Saturday morning.   The bank which is located at 1512 W. William Street (Rt 36) in Delaware, Ohio plans to host the cars and coffee on the first Saturday of each month through October. Cruise-in time is from 9 AM to 12 noon. There is no registration fee.

This Saturday a Ghostbuster replica car parked in front of the bank helped call attention to the cruise-in.

Chad Hoffman, president and CEO of Richwood Bank was on hand to serve coffee and greet customers. The cruise-in also included free giveaways and train rides. The lobby even has a pinball machine for anyone so inclined to play a game or two.

The morning started out slow but by the end 22 classic and muscle car owners stopped by to enjoy a cup of coffee and talk cars.  Not bad for the first event.  Hopefully as word gets out, more cars will join the festivities in the coming months.