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Excitement brews at DJ Car-Guy Productions. Stay tuned here for more announcements
All Car Shows and Cruise Nights sponsored by DJ Car-Guy Productions, LLC have been immediately been placed on hold until 2021. We have made this difficult decision based upon available data on the Corona Virus Pandemic, consultation with our owners, and consideration for those who attend our events. We started this season with over 51 car shows and several cruise nights; however, these numbers have dwindled because of Covid 19 so that we cannot cover our operating expenses. Almost all of our clients have already booked shows and cruises with us for 2021. Stay tuned for next year and stay safe with social distancing and wearing masks.
7-15-20: Cruise Tonight at Frenchy's Countryside Creamery will be a good one. We have a new time 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. There will be a $1.00 Discount on all Ice Cream Products for Classic Car Owners and their passengers. Come on down!
7-13-2020: Cruise canceled for tonight at Oak Harbor Village Mall because of rain and high winds.
7-9-20: Reports of torrential rain on Friday and Saturday have brought DJ Car-Guy Productions to cancel the Friday Night Cruise at Rocky Point Clam Shack for this Friday, July 10, 2020. Saturday Morning will be the same case of heavy rain. Therefore, we will go to the rain date of July 19 (Sunday) for the Show, Shine, and Win Car Show. The July 12 show Cruisn' For A Cure Care and Bike Show at Rocky Point Clam Shack as schedule for Sunday.
7-8-20: Frenchy's Countryside Creamery Cruise Night is on Wednesdays starting tonight. See update flyer on the Cruise Nights Plage. Can't wait for some great ice cream and more.
7-5-20: Please note that we have changed the night at Frenchy's Countryside Cruise from Thursday to Wednesday nights. Please see updated flyer on the Cruise Nights Page above. Also, Oak Harbor Mall Cruise in Exeter starts up on Monday, July 6, 2020. Anyone who would like to meet DJ Car-Guy Rich George at the Rhode Island Mall Parking Lot Next to Wendy's to Caravan to the Oak Harbor Mall, leaving at 4:30 pm.
7-3-20: The Cruise Night at Rocky Point Clam Shack is cancelled for tonight because of expected thunderstorms and rain. We will be at the Rocky Point Clam Shack tomorrow, Saturday, July 4. for our July 4 Car Show . See you then.
7-1-20: July is here. This means that we will start our Car Show Season on weekends and Holidays. The first show promises to be a great one. We will have our veteran DJ Harry Balll on the microphone. Harry will play your favorite tunes. Please check out the updated calendar. We are still booking some shows which will be added as they are confirmed. Note that DJ Car-Guy, Rich George, will be returning from retirement as needed. The Cruise Night at Oak Harbor Malll will start on Monday, July 6 at 4 pm. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT ALL DJ CAR-GUY CAR SHOWS AND CRUISE NIGHTS WILL REQUIRE MASKS OR FACE COVERINGS, SOCIAL DISTANCING AND HAND SANITIZER.
6-2 -20: Good news. We are opening the Cruise at Oak Harbor Mall, 567 South County Trail, Exeter , RI on Monday, July 6. This cruise starts at 4 pm to 8 pm. Masks and Social Distancing are required.
6-26-20: The Friday Night Cruise at Rocky Point Clam Shack is cancelled for tonight because of rain. See you on Monday
6-16-20: We are looking forward to Thursday. It will be our second cruise night at Frenchy's Countryside Creamery in Cranston on Scituate Avenue. See the flyer on the Cruise Nights page. There will be a lot going on with our Host DJ Johnny Nardo. We have been working on a few things to make this the popular cruise night on Thursdays. Come see us grow! DJ Car-Guy will be cruising the creamery with his Vette. Hope you can come on down this Thursday.
We are postponing Frenchy's Countryside Cruise Night for today 6-11-2020 because of a 70% chance of rain and thunder showers. We look forward to seeing you next Thursday weather permitting.
6-9-20: It has been a while since DJ Car-Guy has been providing an update here. This is because of all of the arrangements and planning for future events. Things are progressing nicely. Cruise nights are up and running. We presently have three very strong cruise nights in motion. Rocky Point Clam Shack Cruises are on Monday and Friday. Frenchy's Countryside Creamery on Monday. (See Flyers). There are a couple of other DJ Car-Cruise Nights that may be announced soon. We have 27 car shows planned starting in July through October. We are all anxious to get our cars out. It will be great to see you at our events.
5-29-2020: With so many cruises and shows being delayed or cancelled, we have to sadly announce that the 4 cruises in Woonsocket, RI for 2020 have been cancelled. We will look forward to working with the City of Woonsocket in 2021.
5-21-20: Cruise Nights will open in June with governmental guidelines. We will have weekly cruise nights on Mondays and Thursdays at the Rocky Point Clam Shack. There will be a new cruise night in Cranston at the Countryside Creamery on Thursdays (see flyer). The Oak Harbor Cruise on Mondays may open in August. There are two other cruises that will be announced soon. These may happen in other phases of the governors role out plan.
5-18-2020: The Cruise Night at Oak Harbor Mall on Mondays has been postponed until Monday, August 3, 2020. This postponement is based on information from the Town of Exeter. Please stay tuned for more information on the Exeter Cruise Night as time comes closer.
5-6-2020: Outlaw Run Safe Distance Cavalcade of Classic Cars and Trucks to benefit Between The Cracks to Feed Needy Burriville Families & Pay Utility Bills has been rescheduled due to poor weather conditions on Saturday May 9 and Sunday May 10, to Saturday May 23 with a rain date of May 24. Same Time 10 am at Broncos Plaza.
5-4-2020: POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS BECAUSE OF THE CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC WILL BE ANNOUNCED AS THEY COME IN. Thus far, all of the DJ Car-Guy May Car Shows are postponed to 2021. There are some June, July, August shows that are marked on the calendar page that have been planned for 2021. Postponements have been coming in daily and will be marked on the calendar page and flyer page.. Most of our clients are asking for dates for 2021. We will announce all changes as they come in. It looks like we are not done postponing shows for this season. Stay tuned. Rich
4-24-2020: The flyer page is in process. We have included many new flyers. The remaining flyers are being worked on by our clients. As soon as they are submitted to us, we will post them. The flyers will give you more information on the shows. All cruise nights have been postponed until June. We are hoping that Governor Raimondo will permit us to have the shows and cruises as planned. Our concern will be that everyone stays healthy. Many of us are in our 60's and 70's; therefore, we must be extra careful. Please wear your masks and gloves and keep to the social distancing regulations. Be Safe My Friends. Rich
4-21-2020: The Coronavirus is really slowing down the car season. Many of us have worries about just when the car season will begin. All of the April and May Car Shows and Cruises have been cancelled or postponed. At DJ Car-Guy Productions, we are optimistically waiting announcements from the Governor of RI and the President concerning June-October. We will keep you informed here and on Facebook. For now, we are planning to make announcements of any cancellations or postponements about a week before the event is scheduled. This Pandemic is dangerous with many deaths and slow recovery; therefore, we are looking at the data provided and are being very cautious.
DISTANCED FUN: CAR SHOW MAY 9 WILL RAISE FUNDS FOR BETWEEN THE CRACKS
BURRILLVILLE – It’s a different kind of car show, with the dual purpose of raising people’s spirits, and raising funds for a worthy cause.
Burrillville resident Jim Weicherding has organized a classic car and truck show with a twist: the vehicles will cruise through Burrillville following social distancing rules in place to curb the spread of COVID 19.
The event, dubbed “Outlaw Run, Cruisin’ For Charity Cavalcade,” will take place on Saturday, May 9 starting at 10 a.m. Participants will start the run at Broncos Plaza on Route 102, staying inside their vehicles, and the procession will cruise through the streets of Burrillville. Cloth face coverings, also used to slow potential spread of the virus, will be “old western style.”
The vehicles will disband at the end of the cavalcade, and head safely home, with no face-to-face interaction.
Funds raised will benefit Between the Cracks, a Burrillville-based organization that aims to help families in the community who need help, but don’t qualify for government assistance.
Weicherding said he came up with the idea because he was concerned about groups losing money at a time when the help is most needed.
“Classic car and truck shows are being cancelled every week due to social distancing and hurting their charity causes, as well as lowering automotive enthusiasts’ spirits,” Weicherding said.
A town resident and public safety advocate, Weicherding said that in a normal year, he typically attends more than 100 charity car shows and cruise nights across New England and New York state, to raise awareness about the importance of things such as buckling up.
And he said the event is just the start of his plan to get the new type of car show back on the road.
“We (will) start hosting more… in other communities soon to help those charities and families in need as well,” Weicherding said.
Distancing rules will limit Weicherding, and his participants, to the state of Rhode Island, since anyone traveling out-of-state right now is ordered to self-quarantine for 14 days. Vehicles must be registered in Rhode Island to participate in the upcoming Outlaw Run.
More than 50 classic car and truck owners have already signed on to participate and the organizer said he expects many more to sign on once the word gets out. The route through Burrillville is not yet designated but will be published on NRI NOW once it is laid out.
Weicherding said he expects the event to become an annual fundraiser for Between The Cracks.
“I am organizing for the remainder of this season until the end of October, and every year after this one,” Weicherding said.
To register to take part, just email a photo of your classic vehicle to Weicherding at firstname.lastname@example.org, with a note about who will be participating.
“It’s for a good cause and should be a lot of fun for everyone involved,” Weicherding said. “Stay safe and stay healthy.”
Seoanehttp://nrinow.newsSandy Seoane is the founder, publisher, and editor of Northern Rhode Island News On the Web. A SUNY Albany graduate with more than a decade of experience covering news in the Blackstone Valley, Seoane previously worked for The Valley Breeze and Woonsocket Patch.
Hi buddy, I’m coordinating a venue next month called, “OUTLAW RUN” 2020. I have reached out to numerous Classic Car & Truck Owners in the state of Rhode Island about attending an “OUTLAW RUN” Classic Car & Truck Parade through the community of Burrillville, RI. You would not believe the response buddy. It’s huge!!! You should be there too. Simple requirements: Must Be a RI Registered Vehicle. Must stay inside your Vehicle. Must Wear an Old School Cowboy Cloth Face Covering just like the old west outlaws used to wear when holding up banks, stagecoaches and trains. Date is Saturday, May 9th, 2020, 10am meet at Broncos Plaza on Route 102 and follow lead Vehicle through the town on Burrillville, RI. ending in Glocester, RI. where everyone can head back home from there. Rain Date is Sunday, May, 10th. Have them Email email@example.com with vehicle photo and name of participants. Subject box: OUTLAW RUN, 2020, Parade. Classic Cars & Trucks will Parade through the Burrillville Community to help raise everybody’s spirits while they enjoy these cool classic cars and trucks as they pass by their homes. I’m doing this because we cannot congregate at Classic Car Shows & Cruise Nights so we are parading our Classic Rides Safely While following the Governor’s Social Distancing Order. I want everybody to stay Safe & Healthy but still enjoy their automotive passion and lifestyle in a safe venue. Everyone is very excited about my idea and they want to join in the parade. Please post this on your website. I’m sure everyone will love to see something positive happening right now during all of these negative COVID-19 crisis cancellations related to our Classic Car & Truck Events. Thanks, ETCH
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