FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
April 4, 2007

CONTACT: Tom Plante, 908-527-4746
Seb D’Elia, 908-527-4419

 

Display Your Classic Car at a Celebration, May 19,
in Honor of Union County’s 150th Anniversary

CRANFORD, NJ – Is your vintage automobile ready for an afternoon of family fun in Nomahegan Park? The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the 150th Anniversary Committee are looking for owners of classic cars who would volunteer to participate in a celebration on Saturday, May 19, in Cranford.

The classic car display will be part of a day-long celebration of Union County’s 150th Anniversary. Vintage automobiles will be on display along with other exhibits at Nomahegan Park and the campus of nearby Union County College, located at 1033 Springfield Avenue in Cranford.

The free, day-long celebration also will feature a display of historically accurate costumes from the 1850s, an exhibition of artwork from the Union County Teen Arts Festival, displays by local historical societies, a vintage baseball game played with 1890s rules, plus contests and games for the whole family and live music all afternoon in the park.

If you would like to display your classic automobile along with others on May 19, please call Lester Sargent at (908) 527-4468 weekdays for more information.