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Cruising Calendar: June 30-11

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July 1

Mr. Electric annual Canada Day car show. Red River College parking lot off Route 90. All vehicle makes and models welcome, special prizes for Rat Rods and Bikes. Live Rockabilly music, plus face painters, jugglers and a balloon artist for the kids. Registration 10 a.m. to noon, show noon to 4 p.m. Event fee: $10 per vehicle, All proceeds to Ronald McDonald House. $1000 price for People Choice award, Door prizes, draws, etc. Contact info: 470-5628 or 831-5176

July 1

Canada Day Car Show at The Mint, corner of Lagimodiere Blvd. & Hwy. 1, To promote the sport of drag racing in Manitoba, featuring vehicles belonging to members of The Drag Racer's Association of Manitoba.

July 3

Cruise Night at the Pony Corral Restaurant and Bar

400 Wilton @ Grant Ave. 4 to 10 p.m.. All antique, classics and special-interest vehicles are welcome.

July 3

Cruisin' the Peg

Winnipeg's Sunday night cruise destination. Tavern United, 826 Regent Ave. W., 6-10 p.m.. All classics, antiques, muscle, sports, specialty vehicles and motorcycles are welcome. Great rides, great friends and safe cruising.

July 6

Lakeview Resorts "Wednesday Night Cruisers Night"

Every Wednesday to Sept. 7 from 7-10 p.m. All special-interest vehicles welcome and anyone wishing to spend the night will receive special cruiser rates. Lakeview Resort is located Center St. & Lakefront in Gimli, MB. For reservations call (204) 642-8565 and mention that you are a Cruiser.

July 6

Fabulous 50's Ford Club of Manitoba - A&W CRUISE NIGHT,

1875 Pembina Highway, 6-9 p.m. Cruise on out and enjoy tasty burgers, fries, and a root beer. 50's music, games and prizes. 50/50 draw in support of the Children's Rehabilitation Foundation. Open to all car clubs, antiques, classics and special-interest vehicles. For more info call Kathy Earle at 885-7633.

July 7

Cruise Night in downtown Brandon

Cruisin' the Dub is held on Rosser Ave between 6th St. & 13th St. from 6-9 p.m. All vehicles welcome. Free to participants and spectators. Presented by Brandon & Area Car Enthusiasts (B.A.C.E.), A&W and The Bank of Montreal. Contact Dwayne Wells at (204) 726-9131 or bace.ca@gmail.com or visit us online at www.bace.ca for more info.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 30, 2011 G6

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