The penultimate Bainbridge Island Classic Car Cruise-In of 2018 will once again take over the corner at the intersection of Highway 305 and Madison Avenue, on the grassy fields of Bainbridge First Baptist Church Tuesday, July 31.
The beloved show, an annual summertime tradition on the island, combines the love of classic automobiles with a desire to help local kids. Admission is free and open to all, and concessions (a hamburger or hot dog, plus water or soda) are provided by Aaron and Micah Strom, of Modern Collision Rebuild & Service, for a $5 donation.
All proceeds from this event benefit “Project Backpack” at Helpline House.
The show goes from 5 to 8 p.m., and will return on the final Tuesday of August for the year’s last gathering.
Project Backpack provides essential school supplies for Bainbridge Island students in need, helps offset the cost to parents of new clothes for students, and assists with school-related fees as well.
If you’d like to show a cool car or special interest vehicle, it is recommended you arrive as early as possible (show space reaches capacity within the first 30-60 minutes).
There is no cost to attend the show.
Visit www.bainbridgeislandcarshow.com to learn more.