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Cruising Calendar: July 8-11

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July 10

Brandon & Area Car Enthusiasts (B.A.C.E.) present their 13th Annual Assiniboine Valley Run. Open to all vehicles. No charge. Free registration with dash plaques for the first 125 vehicles registered. 8:30-10 a.m.: free pancake breakfast. 10-noon: poker run with prizes. Free lunch for poker-run participants supplied by A&W. 1-5 p.m.: Show & Shine. Riverbank Discovery Centre, 545 Conservation Drive (directly south of the Coral Centre and Home Depot, just east of 18th Street N.). For more info, contact Dwayne Wells at (204) 726-9131 or bace.ca@gmail.com or visit us online at www.bace.ca

July 10

Yellowhead Road Runners Auto Club Cruise Night

Come join us Sunday evening, July 10, at the Agassiz Drive Inn, Neepawa, from 7 to 10 p.m. Contact John at (204) 476-2739 or (204) 476-6167.

July 10

Gimli Car Club is proud to present Cruisin Gimli Beach #9. Registration is 9-11 a.m. at Matlock Recreation Centre in Matlock, MB. Pancake breakfast, poker derby. Beautiful 25-km cruise along the Lake Winnipeg beaches to downtown Gimli. Show & Shine, live entertainment, contests. Registration $10 and poker derby $5/hand. For more info contact Bob Forzly at (204) 642-9481 or John Hykawy at (204) 642-2554 or jtcb@mts.net

July 10

Cruise Night at the Pony Corral Restaurant and Bar, 400 Wilton @ Grant Ave. 4-10 p.m. All antique, classics and special-interest vehicles are welcome.

July 10

Cruisin' the Peg

Tavern United, 826 Regent Ave. W. 6-10 p.m. All classics, antiques, muscle, sports, specialty vehicles and motorcycles are welcome.

July 10

Wheels Car Club Annual Show & Shine sponsored by Syl's Drive Inn, Hwy. 3, Carman, MB. Pre-Registration at noon, show time 1-4 p.m. Come join us for show and shine, music man, free Syl's food coupons for all registered entries, best of show awards for GM, Ford, Mopar, truck and others. Plus people's choice award!! Free registration. For more infor contact John at johnneu@mts.net or (204) 745-7387; ron_summers@mts.net or (204) 745-0289. Event held in conjunction with the Carman Country Fair July 8 to 10.

 

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 8, 2011 F2

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