Each year Cruisin’ on Main fills Downtown Main Street with memories, old and new. This year COVID scuttled plans for the Cruisin’ on Main Street’s 20th Anniversary which would have been in August. We couldn’t let the summer pass by without commemorating this important tradition.
The organizers have created a new digital program full of photos from past shows, articles, and personal recollections of Cruisin’. A special interest feature of the program is an article by Jim Todd, Cruisin’ Committee Member and high school student, Noah Brush, on Noah’s year-long project to rebuild a 1961 Ford Econoline Truck as a Rat Rod.
“We hope this Cruisin’ Program will allow fans to both reminisce and look forward to Cruisin’s return in 2021,” notes Cruisin’ on Main Street Committee Chair, Ed Firestone.
Thank you to the members of the Cruisin’ on Main Committee for putting this together. A special thanks to Manchester graphic designer and Cruisin’ Committee Member, Lynn Sottile of Schultz Design for her work on the program.