BROADCASTED WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8th      


Looking for a “Family Event” to attend 100th anniversary of the first airmail delivery this weekend that also has a large display or collector cars? Well then attend the Saturday August 11th College Park Aviation Museum “1985 Corporal Frank Scott Dr, College Park, MD 20740” Celebrate with us as we mark the 100th anniversary of the first airmail delivery by the U.S. Postal Service! Participate in engaging hands-on activities for all ages led by numerous museums, community, and aviation partners. Get an up close and personal look at the Curtiss Jenny, and other historic planes flying in for the day. Chat with pilots and mingle with fellow aviation buffs. Bring an envelope or postcard for a special airmail cancellation. Discover the art of rib making, imagine flying an open cockpit plane while reading a map, learn about navigation and more! Entertainment and food trucks will be onsite with food and beverage for purchase. 

Last Friday the rain once again disrupted Harry’s Laytonsville Cruise In; But this Friday “as of this email” the forecast AS OF TODAY CALLS FOR THUNDERSTORMS IN THE MORNING AND CLOUDY IN THE AFTERNOON so looks pretty decent. I plan on being there and offering the “Pot Of Gold” drawing if we have at least 20 cars show up. One lucky person may just win enough money for a full tank of gas! Also I would like to take a picture of you and your car that I will use on our WWW.Cruisein.us website. If you like Ice Cream there is a shop that sells delicious Ice Cream. When you have nothing to do Friday evenings you now have a place to go! This Laytonsville Cruise In is available every Friday evening year round. So get that car out of the garage and head to the Laytonsville Cruise-In the address is 6840 Olney-Laytonsville Road, Laytonsville, MD 20882. The Cruise In starts at 5PM and wraps up at 8PM. You will receive a warm welcome! Hope to see you there.

You said you could not make to Harry’s Laytonsville Cruise? Well then Join us this Saturday morning at "Jay's" Bethesda Cars N Coffee at the Corner Bakery 10327 Westlake Drive Bethesda, MD 20814 8 AM – 10 AM

If you are bored it is your own fault!

Tim’s Picks:

Saturday August 11   the Bombers Car Club will hold their annual Car, Truck & Bike Show Address: Laurel American Legion 2 Main St Laurel MD  Time: 9am-3pm  FEE; $20  Good Show

Saturday, August 11  the Capital City Rockets will host the annual “All GM Show” Address: Montgomery College 51 Manakee St Rockville MD  Time: 9am-3pm  FEE: $20  Rain or Shine

Saturday, August 11  Cross Keys Village will hold their 58th Annual Car Show, Chicken Barbeque & Auction  Address: 2990 Carlisle St New Oxford PA  Time: 9am-4pm

Saturday, August 11 Len Stoler Chevrolet and the CCMCC will hold a Benefit Show, Veteran Independence Project  Address: Len Stoler Chevrolet RT 140 Westminster MD  Time: 9am-2pm  FEE: $20

Saturday, August 11  the Golden Gears will have their monthly cruise-in behind Mom’s Market at the Westview Promenade Buckeystown Pike Frederick MD  Time: 5pm-9pm  Music, Prizes, Local Food

Tim Fogarty spends a great deal of time scouting out the entire area researching car show events then will call the show coordinator for additional details if he feels there is not sufficient information about the event. THANK YOU TIM!

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OTHER CAR SHOWS:

We have all local Car Shows and events posted on our website, Tim Covers the West, Bill Covers the Shore and I cover in-between & Virginia here is the link to our website www.cruisein.us

If you haven’r already join our “Cruiser” group on Facebook we now have 188 MEMBERS! When you are part of the group you will be able to help out a fellow Cruisers about a car related problem, ask a question or post something that you want to share that is car related. Here is the link to the Group: Web: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MARYLANDCRUISERS/ Share this link to help people find our group.

JOKE OF THE WEEK:

An man buys a sports car and is really beginning to enjoy it when he sees flashing lights in the rear view mirror. He guns it and is rapidly up to 160mph when he realizes what he is doing. He slows down, then pulls over and soon the cop pulls up behind him.

The cop comes up to the window and asks, “What were you thinking, taking off like that?”

“Well,” the man replies after thinking about it for a bit, “a few years ago a highway patrol officer ran off with my wife.”

“What does that have to do with anything.” 

“I thought you were bringing her back.”

Charles McDonald