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By BRittany amalfi
 A Timeless Event You Don't Want to Miss
    It’s time to get our summer fun Fridays back, and what per- fect way to do it with some an- tique and vintage cars! Village Pizza Cruise Night is happening every Friday evening at 825 Lake Street in Bristol. From 5:30pm to 8:00pm, you can come and enjoy unique cars, good food, driver prizes, and a 50/50 raf- fle! Organized by Dennis and Lucy Ford, Lisa Gilpatric, and many others, it’s a place where everyone is welcome to come and enjoy themselves. Ford told me that they had about 130 to 150 cars a night last year and would still average out at about 70 vehicles on those dreary rainy nights. At the end of each night, the Cruisers end the show with a short parade around the foot of Newfound Lake. And get excited!
A Shelby Cobra owned by John and Valerie Fleiger from Hebron
There will be numerous theme nights scheduled throughout the summer, such as a parade all around Newfound Lake, an ice cream social with free ice cream for all participants and specta- tors, and a Triple Crown Cruzer raffle once a month.
With the Village Pizza Cruise Night being the most prominent car show north of Manches- ter, about two to three hundred people walk through each night. Packed full of antique, classic,
special interest vehicles, and hot rods, there is plenty to admire when walking around this fun- filled event. It’s a two-for-one deal with hundreds of cars com- ing out to showcase what they’ve got while admiring others. It’s a great community event for peo-
ple with similar interests to meet one another. People love their cars, and the people of New Hampshire certainly can’t get enough! When asked about or- ganizing this unique event, Ford said, “It’s exciting to have the honor to run it between my wife and me. The people who work on antique and vintage cars put their heart and soul into these vehicles, and it truly shows. Not
only are the conversations be- tween car owners are great, but you get to meet so many great people at these shows.” The Fords, Lisa, and everyone at Village Pizza have worked tire- lessly to put this entertaining event on for the community, and the turnout has been nothing short of incredible. With Village Pizza Cruise Night being such a staple in the community’s Fri- day nights, everyone can come together to appreciate some quality vehicles. For anyone who is interested in this timeless event, you can stay updated on the Newfound Cruzers page on Facebook!
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