Every Wednesday evening at Fuddruckers On Rt.1 N from 4PM-8PM..
All vehicles of any year and make and model are welcome…
Be it 2 wheels, 3 wheels, or 4 wheels or more are all welcome!!!
10 Reasons to Head to Minute Man Air Field
Planes and cars, enough said.
Each week will feature specialty cars.
Mingle with car and plane enthusiasts.
Fun for all ages—bring the whole family.
Great food, including wood-fired pizza, burgers, and
dogs from the award-winning Nancy’s at the Air Field,
popcorn, and libations.
Plenty of free public parking.
Leashed pets allowed.
Great photo opportunity.
Fun summer event for the greater Stow, MA area.
Donations to benefit community service projects.
Brought to you by the Rotary Clubs of Acton-Boxborough, Maynard, and Nashoba Valley; EAA #196; Friends of Minute Man Air Field; and Nancy’s at the Airfield café,
Halifax Cruise Night, which is set up every Friday from 4 to dusk. in the back parking lot of Wal-Mart. The show runs through September, depending on the weather.
Hosted by the Connecting Rods car Club who is a group of classic and street rod enthusiasts meeting since 1992. Holds one of the largest Cruise nights in the South Shore every Friday night in Halifax at Walmart from 4pm to Dusk. Proceeds for food sales and 50/50 goes to Children’s Hospital Miracle Network. Great Fun – Great Music. Please join us there.
Check out their facebook page for questions and cancelations
INOV8 car meets will be held at Hyper Active EFX parking lot . The INOV8 Booth will have trash bags to dispose of trash .
There are no residential near this location so music can be played and revving of cars as long as its not excessive .
Few simple rules to keep everyone safe and to be able to continue to use this lot :
1: No Drinking
2: No Drugs
3: No Burnouts
4: No Littering
If you can’t abide by these you will be asked not to come back
Mayor Gray’s Carriagetown Car Show started in 2016 when a committee got together with a crazy idea. Mayor Gray wanted to shut down the downtown for the day and fill the streets with awesome cars. Since the 2016 show, the show has grown and is something to see. In 2017, we had over 270 cars in the show and the town was buzzing with activity.
We are so fortunate to have such a great committee that organizes and runs this event, year after year. The committee is made up of local business owners, educators, citizens and most importantly, car enthusiasts. Every single committee member has an antique car or truck, which can be found at the show every year. Whether is is a 1957 T-Bird, 1955 Nomad wagon, 1966 Corvette, 1967 Pontiac GTO, 1969 Chevy Camaro or a 1984 Chevy pick up, our committee takes pride in their vehicles. Most importantly, our committee takes pride in our show.
The Carriagetown Car Show is open to any show vehicle 1989 and older.
Hot rods, barn finds, classics, resto-mods, stock, modified, motorcycles – we welcome it all!
Classic and Collector Car Cruise Night.
All makes and models cars welcome.
Visitors, families, and children welcome. Entrance free. There will be a “Cruiser of the Night” plaque awarded each Sunday, give-a-ways, raffles, etc. Each month will be a different fundraiser.