CruZin' Magazine Event Index

A visual index of the Northwest auto events CruZin' covered this issue, both online and in the print magazine. Check it Out!

From the Staff
Guest Editorial by Bob Roseberry

There are a couple of myths that I've noticed over the years, actually many, but these stand out. Read More!

Saints Stage Port Orchard "The CRUZ" & Car Wash
Photos & Story by John Kincl

During a summer of clear skies and 80-degree temperatures, August 13, 2017 dawned grey and threatening rain. That didn't deter 430 vehicles from showing up for "The CRUZ" and just after noon, the skies opened up for 45 minutes and everyone got a free car wash. After that, the skies cleared and everything was wonderful. Read More!

Plenty of Rumble at La Conner Classic Boat & Car Show
Photos & Story by Carl Molesworth

The Town of La Conner is consistently voted one of Washington's favorite romantic getaways. And on August 5, 2017, there was as much rumble as romance happening in La Conner when 150-plus enthusiast cars rolled into the historic waterfront community for the 17th annual La Conner Classic Boat and Car Show. The show also drew nine moored wooden boats plus several classic trailered boats. Read More!

25th Cool Desert Nights Might Be the Finale`
Photos & Story by Jerry England

Perfect weather, a wonderful venue with great hospitality brought a dazzling field of an estimated 800 vehicles rumbling into Richland's Columbia Park for the 24th Annual Cool Desert Nights (CDN) as presented by the Tri-City Chamber of Commerce. Read More!

A Good Time Awaits You at Sultan's "Shindig" Show & Shine
Photos & Story by David Gibson

Nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, the little town of Sultan, population a bit over 5,000, celebrates their logging heritage with the Shindig Community Festival and Car Show. Opening action for the July 9, 2017 car show began with cars and trucks and bigger trucks entering the parade by driving directly into Main Street. Read More!

Good Weather, Good Rods& Great Cause at Clarus
Photos and Story by Bob Roseberry

Good Weather, Good Rods and Great Cause at Clarus Optical. The 2017 version of the Clarus Optical Cruise for the Cure happened under clear skies and warm weather which, in turn brought out some excellent examples of South Sound street iron. Among the assortment were a couple of bracket cars, a customized sedan, several restored stockers and hot rods of various sorts, plus a seriously rodded '61 VW Type 1 and a daily driven '55 T-bird owned by the same guy for almost a half century. Read More!

Mercer Island Car Show Offers Great Sights & Sounds
By Tom Alberts

The 15th annual 2017 Mercer Island Car Show took place on July 9th and was a fun event for all with good weather, good music (provided by Pete Policani), food at the Street Fair and about 110 cars for everyone to check out and enjoy. Again there was a pre-Car Show "One Loop" around Mercer Island (13 miles) organized by Tom Willett. Read More!

Interesting Studebaker "Mix" at Can Am Zone Meet"
By Brian & Barb Curtis

Our Can Am Zone covers a lot of territory, and as such, has many chapters available to host the annual Zone Meet. This year, 2017 was hosted by the Calgary and Edmonton Chapters of Alberta Canada. Read More!

"Small Town" The Dalles' Big Time "Cruise the Gorge"
Photos by Scot McMullen, Story by Steve Hudson

The Dalles is a small town on the East end of the Columbia River Gorge known for cherries, windsurfing, beautiful scenery, interesting history and lots of sun. Some 21 years ago the members of the Mid-Columbia Car Club decided to host a car show to bring visitors into the area, and "Cruise the Gorge" was born. It is now the town's largest annual community event. Read More!

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