Entertaining Classic Cruizers Broadway show cut short by storm

CRUIZING TO KILLARNEY RETURNS – The guys and gals with the very cool cars were back in town on Thursday evening, during the first Southwest Classic Cruizers’ ‘Cruizing to Killarney’ event held on Broadway Avenue. Classic cars, trucks, and motorcycles were all invited to showcase their chrome and paint beauty on the town’s main street, with 27 registered.

Contemporary vocal music was provided by the local quartet, Take 4, while a red-hot barbeque supper was hosted by the fine and brave members of the Killarney-Turtle Mountain Fire Department.

Thunderstorms cut this event short, but you can catch the gleaming Broadway show again on July 12 and August 9. And don’t forget about the Father’s Day Classic Car show this Sunday starting at noon and running till 4 p.m. at The Beach Hut.

FIREFIGHTERS FIRE UP THE GRILL – Things were heating up as members of the Killarney-Turtle Mountain Fire Department manned the barbecues to feed the hungry crowd.

TAKE 4 – Backed by drums, piano, and bass, Take 4’s four part harmony provided some amazing background music for classic car lovers. Keep scrolling for more photos.

Cruizing to Killarney in 2017

CRUISING KILLARNEY – Broadway was bustling with activity on Thursday, July 13 as vintage vehicles lined the streets on both sides. It was the second of three “Cruizing to Killarney” car shows organized by the Southwest Classic Cruizers, and the group was happy once again with the turnout. Club member Keith Kemp said they had 47 entries at the event, which also featured a barbeque sponsored by the Killarney-Turtle Mountain Fire Department.


PREMIER SHOWING – The first “Cruizing to Killarney” car show on June 8 attracted 53 cars and 15 bikes.