Classic Cruisers holding cruise, show and dance

Celebrate 30 years of the Comox Valley Classic Cruisers Car Club.

The Graffiti Bash and Show and Shine, a cruise in the Valley, and a street dance are all part of the celebration of 30 years for the Comox Valley Classic Cruisers Car Club.

Everyone is invited to downtown Courtenay July 23 and 24. The gate will be open at Sixth Street and Fitzgerald Avenue on Sunday at 7 a.m. for registrants at a cost of $25. The public is welcome to view the vehicles from 10 a.m. on.

The cruise commences at 7 p.m. on Saturday at the A&W on Cliffe Avenue, returning to the same location for the street dance and music featuring Kenny Shaw. All are welcome.

Since 1986, the membership traditionally and proudly continues to support community and family fun. The Classic Cruisers annually support local charities.

Bursaries initiated by the original club for students at Highland and Vanier Secondary schools each year help graduates continue to further their educational goals.

“Hopefully that will be continued for many more years to come,” a club spokesperson said.

For more information on the club’s busy July 23-24 weekend, cruise to www.cvclassiccruisers.com

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