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May 8, 2018 > Cool cars help chill Spring Fever

Cool cars help chill Spring Fever

Are you ready to turn back the clock to a cooler, classier era? On Saturday, May 12, the Spring Fever Niles Car Show ignites a retro vibe you just have to dig. Poodle skirts and stove-pipe jeans are optional, but car lovers from all over the Tri City Area always look forward to this exciting annual event. Presented by the Niles Merchants Association, this most anticipated annual car show typically draws between 200 to 250 vehicles from the 1900s to today.

Well-known local car enthusiast Gary Mills will bring some of his favorite rides, always memorable crowd-pleasers.

You?ll want to come early and stick around a while to partake in the 50/50 raffle, enjoy (even dance to) live music from Bob?s Blues Band, and shop from local vendors. Don?t miss The Nile Caf‚?s yummy food booth, or any of the other superb restaurants who will be happy to serve hungry event-goers.

If you have a great car you?d like to show off, car owners can register on the day of the event in front of the Merchants? train car for $30. Judges will be giving out awards in fun categories such as Best Chick Magnet, Best White Walls, and Best Paint Job.

Proceeds from the car show go to the popular Festival of Lights parade held in Niles every December. Donations are always welcome.

H and I streets will be closed; Second Street will be open for traffic. Contact Marie Dear for more information at (510) 552-6034.


Spring Fever Niles Car Show
Saturday, May 12
9 a.m. ? 3 p.m.
Downtown Niles
Niles Blvd, G St to J St, Fremont
(510) 552-6034
https://m.facebook.com/NilesCarShow/
Free admission
Registration: $30

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