They had parking set up in the old Zayre parking lot with a shuttle bus making a continuous loop up Johnson Avenue, down State Street to Logan Lane and back. Traffic on State Street was blocked off at Logans Lane in order for the Northbound lane to be set up for the classic cars.
The entire Municipal Building Area was set up with booths. They had the food booths set up in front of the firehouse with all different kinds of food.....Papa Duke's gyros, Mama D's Casa di Pasta selling mearball sandwiches and and french fries, Voelli's Pizza, and the VFD was selling hot dogs, bratwurst, and beer.
The face painting booth wasn't just a couple of ballons painted on their cheeks....the were doing elaborate detailed paintings of the entire face. Becca's face was painted like a tiger with intricate detail down to the fangs. They had a bounce house that received non-stop action.
The way the municipal complex is laid out lent itself perfectly to three separate areas, the food area, the kids corner, and the sales booth area. Because the area is downhill from State Street, they had a golf cart taking us frail seniors back up the hill to State Street when it was your time to leave. But once you got up the hill, you really didn't want to leave. DJ Uncle Al was set up there....playing the oldies, perfect music for the era of the cars displayed.
If there are little ones in your life, children or grandchildren...it is a perfect way to spend a beautiful fall afternoon.