Frenchtown Community Day and Annual Car Show

Press Release:
June, 12, 2005
Frenchtown New Jersey
Frenchtown Lions Club

The Frenchtown Community Day and Annual Car Show will be held in Frenchtown New Jersey on June 25, 2005, at Frenchtown’s Plessy Field on Harrison across the street from Frenchtown Elementary School.

This year’s event features:

* Lots of games for kids (most of them at no charge)
* Hay rides
* Face painting
* Vendors and Crafters
* Bake sale sponsored by the Frenchtown PTA
* Various food vendors
* Music by DJ Ben F Auletta Jr.
* Car show (trophies will be awarded)
* Fireworks presented by Garden State Fireworks that night.

Car registration and vendor setups start at 7am. Breakfast will be available.

For photos from last year’s event go to: 2004 Frenchtown Community Day


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