Huroc Park will be the go-to place on September 10 for car and truck enthusiasts.
The ninth annual Cruzin’ Flat Rock Car and Truck Show takes place on Arsenal Road at the entrance to Huroc Park.
This year’s title sponsors are Fellows and Co. Family Auto Repair; and Civil Service Credit Union.
The show is free for everyone. Families and groups are welcome to attend.
“This year, as in the past, registration is free,” said Joe Pagano of the Flat Rock Downtown Development Authority. “The first 100 registered cars or trucks will receive a free 2022 Cruzin’ Flat Rock dash plate.”
Registration takes place from 9 a.m. to noon. All classes and styles of cars and trucks are welcome.
The cruise starts at 10am and ends at 3:45pm. It crosses Telegraph Road and Gibraltar Road, heads towards the community center and then returns to Telegraph Road.
Cruise registrants are welcome to join the Gibraltar Route Loop Cruise which starts at 3.45pm. A crew member will guide cruise passengers on the way to Cruzin.
Registered cars and trucks get two discounted shirts and are entered into a raffle. A free event jersey will be awarded to past Cruzin’ Trophy winners, who must bring their trophy to receive a free jersey.
A 50/50 raffle will benefit the Flat Rock Animal Shelter and a basket raffle will benefit the Flat Rock Train Depot. The deposit will be open again during the fair, and is free during the course of the fair. Families are invited to discover it.
DJ music starts at 10 a.m. and a live performance starts at 11 a.m. Food will be available on site.
To enter the show, use the Arsenal Road and West Huron River Drive entrance near the Huroc Park sign. All other streets will be barricaded for more show parking.
Visitors to the show can park on the Atwater, East Huron River and Gibraltar roads.
For updated information, including a registration form, go to Facebook @cruzinflatrock.
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