• 5/23/19: The Car Cruise Night at the Patriot's Diner in Woonsocket, RI is permanently canceled.
  • 5/22/19: 

  1. Great opening night at Oakland Beach last night with warm, dry weather and so many beautiful cars and trucks. Lots of visitors. We are back at the beach. If you missed it last night, we hop to see you there next Tuesday.
  2. Denny's will be starting Thursday June 1 and will run through August. DJ Car-Guy Rich George is planning to be there for year number 5 with the Johnston Street Machines.
  3. Please note that the Phoenix Cruise has been canceled until they receive their permit from the Town of Pawcatuck, Ct.

  • 5/20/19: 

  1. We have decided to take the Phoenix Restaurant and Cruise and Car Show off the DJ Car-Guy Calendar. The cruise was scheduled for Tuesdays and the show was for later in the season. The reason for the removal was permit issues. from the town.
  2.  After a shaky weather start yesterday, the Veterans Memorial Car Shows brought in over 75 cars and turned out to be a great day for all. Trophies were given out for each show. All and all, it was a nice day. If you could not be there, we hope to see you next week. Prayers  for Russell Smith who is in the hospital. Get well quick my friend.
  3. The Show and Cruise night on 5/19/19 at the Flame Restaurant in Falll River was rained out yesterday. We will start our first show and cruise night next Sunday weather permitting.
  4. Tonight, we are watching the weather for the Cruise at Oak Harbor Mall. 

  • 5/1919: Today is one of the super-shows on the DJ Car-Guy Calendar. There will be 8 shows in one. When you arrive at the Clam Shack/Firestone Tire, please look for the signs: Cadillac, Chevy, Ford, MOPAR, Buick, Pontiac, Etc. Can't wait with the great weather forecast ahead. It is now 6 am and we are 3 hrs. before start time. I will be off soon to get everything set up.
  • 5/18/19: I am very sorry to announce the passing of our good friend and car-guy Louis Annunziata. Louie, we will miss you driving your 55 Black Chevy and your 66 Blue Chevelle. Our sincere thoughts go out to Lou's wife AnnMarie and daughters. Lou was the kind of friend who would help anyone and was a follower of DJ Car-Guy Productions from its conception.  Lou's arrangements will be listed on the Anderson Winfield Funeral Home (Smithfield -Greenville, RI)  on Rte 44, see Web page-refer to obituaries. The visiting hours will be Monday, 4-7 pm and the Funeral will be on Tuesday with 9 am service at St. Philips Church.
  • 5/13/19: Oak Harbor Cruise Night has been canceled for tonight, Monday, 5/13/19 because of rain and cold weather. We will see you next Monday weather permitting. 
  • 5/12/19 The Cruise at Southway Plaza/Flame Restaurant is canceled for tonight. We will see you as soon as the weather cooperates. Hopefully, we will be able to open this cruise next Sunday. 
  • 5\10\19: Boneyard Barbecue Friday Night Cruise is canceled for tonight May 10, We will try opening for the season next Friday after 4 Fridays in a row with rain!  Sunday's Show
    "Dust Off Car Show" at Rocky Point Clam Shack and Firestone Tire has been postponed to May 25, Saturday.  The rainy weather has been awful for our hobby. Let's look forward to better times. This Saturday looks good for the show at the Warwick Mall for "Cars Supporting Military Travelers" Car Show. See you at the Mall.
  • 5/9/19:  Last nights show at Jimmies 529 Club went well with a near full parking lot. There were a great number of visitors that were admiring the classic and collector cars. DJ Joe Martini represented DJ Car-Guy Productions and did a great job. Tonight, DJ Rich George will be at the Patriot's Diner in Woonsocket for our weekly cruise on Thursday Nights. This will be the first good weather night. Let's make this one a success. Come on out. See flyer on "flyer page" or on Facebook. 
  • 5/7/19: Hoping that weather is turning itself around. We will not start the Tuesday Night Cruises at Oakland Beach and the Phoenix Entertainment Center until May 21. Tomorrow night Wednesdday, we will have the second cruise night at Eddies 521 Club in Warwick, Thursday, we will be up at the Patriot's Diner in Woonsocket, and also at the Tamarack for the 2nd/4th Thursday of the month. Friday, we are looking for dry weather so that we can start the Boneyard Grill Cruise. Saturday, we will be at the Warwick Mall for  Cars Support Military Travelers Show and Sunday for the Dust-Off Car Show/Mother's Day Show.  LET THE FUN BEGIN!
  • 5/3/19: Rainy, Cold, Damp weather forecasts for the weekend are causing cancellations and postponements of shows: 

  1. Friday: Boneyard GRill's Friday Night Cruise is canceled Friday for the the 3rd week in a row. We will try our opening night next Friday, May 10, 2019 (weather permitting).
  2. Sunday: Flame Restaurant Cruise Night opening is postponed until next Sunday on May 12, 2019
  3. Sunday: The Dust off Car Show has been cancelled Sunday and postponed to Sunday, May 12 (Mothers' Day).
  4. Sunday: The Dust Them Off Spring Car Show has been postponed to August 3rd Saturday.

  • 4/30/29: New flyer for "7th Annual Cruisin' For St. Jude's" Show on October 20 is posted on Flyer Page with a change of location to Tollgate High School.
  • 4/30/19: Last night's opening at Oak Harbor Mall in Exeter went very well. DJ Car-Guy Johnny Nardo did an outstanding job playing some great music. 
  • 4/28/19 Southway Plaza Cruise canceled because of inclement weather (Too Cold, Damp, Predicted Rain).  April Showers bring May Flowers and Car Show Season. Let's hop so my friends!
  • 4/28/19 Sunday, Dust Off Car Show postponed to May 5, Sunday because of rain showers
  • 4/26/19 Boneyard Canceled for tonight  because of rain
  • 4/18/19: The Opening Night for the Boneyard Cruise Night has been postponed to Friday because of rain and wind.
  • 4/18/19: Phoenix Entertainment & Dining Cruise Night on hold until after Town Meeting. We are thinking that the start date will be May 21. Stay tuned for announcements on this. We are working on it!
  • 4/21/19: Happy Easter to all my friends and relatives. Enjoy your day with family and friends. After Easter, the car season officially starts. With good weather, DJ Car-Guy Productions will be in full swing this season with 68 weekend car shows and 11 cruise nights scheduled each week. Please check the calendar page and flyer pages for details.  We will have a brief delay at the Phoenix cruise because the Pawcatuck Town Council meeting is not until May 8. Once we get a permit in Pawcatuck , we will be able to proceed at th Phoenix.  












Planners of Events

Initially, DJ Car-Guy was just that. He was a guy who plugged in his computer, played the music, and made announcements. However, we have become much more. DJ Car-Guy Productions is an event planner who offers  advertising of the event, forms for the event, flyer development and design, specialized song lists, advice on award categories, trophies and more. We do not charge more for the services that we offer.  DJ Car-Guy Productions will provide you with a rain-date at no addition charge.  For cruise nights, we offer the first night free.

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Call DJ Car-Guy at 401-575-6933 to discuss this special offer--NEW CLIENTS WILL RECEIVE A FREE LISTING ON THIS WEB-SITE FOR ONE YEAR.  





Ocean Tides School Narragansett, R.I.


Message from Brother James Martino


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In My House....When a young man arrives to Ocean Tides, it is my special and unique opportunity to welcome him to my house. I always get a strange look for the newcomer and a pause. Then one of the other young men will clarify, ya, he really lives here and is around all the time. And I then say, let me know if you need anything or how things are going anytime‚Ķ.and his stay at Ocean Tides is off and running.

The joy or opportunity created by this being my home, with 16 other Christian Brothers, is that I do get that informal time with our young men, and I also get to watch the great work that goes on, not just during the typical work day. Perhaps I walk through the residential quarters at 8 pm at night and get a few casual moments with our young men or get to catch our residential counselors resolving a conflict or deescalating a misunderstanding between some of our young men. Perhaps I come over to help take care of a sick kid or take someone struggling for a walk on the rocks by the ocean. It is the opportunity to watch a boy care for one of my senior brothers during a meal and thank the young men serving in the Brothers Dining Room over the week end. At most meal times, I can walk next door to the other dining room and check in on things. Sometimes I get to take them for ice cream to talk, or a URI hockey game, or to drop someone off or pick them up from work, because at times you just need to get off the property for bit.

I get to see staff who stayed to tutor after school, or are offering an enrichment class in fiscal literacy, or life skills or music. I can watch our young men learn problem solving skills on the ropes course. I can check in on the progress of the group working to build their own computer, or the student in a quiet space reading because since he got his GED, he is taking online college classes to keep his education going. In good weather I can wave from my porch as the van returns from a community service trip. I watch staff share ideas and caring and wisdom in the causal interaction during causal times, or while sitting with kids at table during a meal. Relationships with caring folks is at the center of this Lasallian mission.

Overall, I get to affirm that our Lasallian values centered around touching the hearts of young people and caring through relationships is happening all the time here at Ocean Tides, and perhaps making this place a bit more caring and supportive for our group of teenagers. 

Much goes on early in the morning, late at night and on the weekends. It is my privilege to be along on the journey of caring with these young men and support the adult community of Ocean Tides that goes above and beyond to care for the young men and support each other, we in fact welcome each young man...
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