By Maxine Wheelan
Midwest City Classic Car Cruise Night is held every Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m. Although it is called Classic Car, you can find many others joining in for the drive down Air Depot Blvd from SE 29th Street to Reno.
Many residents are parked along the street to just watch while others join in for the fun parade event.
This started with Mr. Ryan Surritte and his classic car some 5 weeks ago and it continues to grow. This is a way to have a little fun and not endanger anyone with the Coronavirus. Each Sunday more momentum is gained as more cars join in the parade, sometimes as many as a thousand. You can find them meeting in the now vacant Golden Corral lot and Napa store lot.
Families had their tents and chairs and line air depot for the parade.
Mr. David Massey and his wife Candice have the Snow cone truck ready to serve the hot and sweaty participants and JD Custom Grafix was present selling t-shirts and giving away free cruis’n decals for all car enthusiasts.
Everyone is invited to get out of the house and have a little safe fun.