Monday, September 28, 2015
The annual event is sponsored by the Kansas City Aviation Department. This years event had close to 600 classic cars, muscle cars, hot rods, exotics and import cars. Food venders where also on hand for the annual event. The annual event benefits KCMO combined charities. Click here to view photos of the KCI Annual Cruise.
Sunday, September 27, 2015
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
The annual event is hosted by OTRG of Ottawa, Kansas. The event is named after the Marais Des Cygnes River that goes through the city of Ottawa, Kansas. The show is held at Forest Park, with a cruise down main street Ottawa, on Saturday night. This years event had over 2000 vehicles. Click here to view over 600 photos of the car show.
Monday, September 14, 2015
The annual event is sponsored by the Shawnee Downtown Business Association. The city blocks off Neiman and Johnson Drive in downtown Shawnee, Kansas, to allow all the vehicles to be displayed. The weather was fantastic for the event with clear to cloudy skies and temperatures in the low 70's. This years event had over 360 vehicles on display. Click here to view photos of the 10th Annual Wheels and Dreams Show.
The Annual Event is open to all Makes and Model of Trucks. Scheduled events included a swap meet, a cruise night, Loud Exhaust Contest and a Burn Out Contest. There was approximately 400 vehicles on display. Click here to view photos of the 16th Annual All Truck Nationals.
Sunday, September 13, 2015
The annual event is sponsored by the City of Merriam and various Merriam Merchants. The annual event includes Hot Rods, Classic Cars and Trucks, Antique Cars, and Custom Motorcycles. This years event had approximately 250 Vehicles on display. The weather was fantastic with temperatures in the 70's. Click here to view photos of the 15th Annual Turkey Creek Car Show.
Saturday, September 12, 2015
The weekly cruise happens every Friday night until the Fall. The weather was great with temperature in the upper 70's. Entertainment was provided by Michael Day DJ Service. Approximately 120 vehicles attended the weekly cruise. Click here to view photos of the Friday Night Cruise.
Sunday, September 6, 2015
The Celebration kicked off with the Midland Empire Carnival setting up Carnival Rides in Miller Memorial Park on Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 and continued through Saturday Sept. 5, 2015. Along with the carnival there was various food venders, crafts and arts for everyone to enjoy. Various Bands including The Rippers and Pompous Jack provided entertainment for the celebration. On Saturday there was a parade through downtown DeSoto, Kansas. This year's parade ended at Miller Memorial Park and included a car show adjacent to Miller park. After the Parade, various Fire Departments from around the area conducted a Fire Fighter Challenge Demonstrations. Click here to view photos of the 51st Annual DeSoto Days Celebration.
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
History will show that it was the single largest attended Cruise in the entire Kansas City Metro area. Almost 3000 Cruisers packed the Heartman's Heritage Center and the adjacent parking lots of all the business on the Southside of Jackson Drive. Cruisers from all over Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska came to celebrate the final Cruise for Jim T. Jim T, Denver and Dave have hosted the weekly Saturday cruise during the spring, summer and fall for over 5 1/2 years. From it's humble beginning of 25 vehicles to the Final cruise with almost 3000 vehicles. Many friendships have started because of this cruise. It will be missed. As I like to say, "It's the end of a great book". Will there be another book entitled "The Return of Jim T's Cruise"? No one knows. Click here to view the photos of the final cruise.
Motorcycle units from Lenexa, Olathe, Overland Park, Prairie Village, Leawood, and the Johnson County Sheriff's Departments were in attendance. The monthly training day is designed to sharpen there motorcycle skills on there motorcycles. Click here to view photos of the training day.
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Approximately 75 vehicles attended the cruise during the afternoon and evening. Everyone enjoy the sunny skies and temperatures in the Mid 80's. Click here to view photos of the cruise.