June 18, 2021


Crazy about car & automotive

Traditional vehicles on Bergenline – Hudson Reporter

Mayor Sacco admires a vintage vehicle.

North Bergen’s 5th Once-a-year Vintage Car and Bicycle Demonstrate took about the north finish of Bergenline Avenue on Sept. 19. The crowd ranged from toddlers on tricycles to seniors reminiscing about their classic rides.

Reinvented for the pandemic era, the function skipped the judges, speeches, and awards of earlier a long time and as an alternative made available a simple day of viewing up shut the amazing collection of stunning autos.

An afternoon of enjoyment

Freeholder Anthony Vainieri, who arranged the celebration with the participation of the North Bergen Law enforcement Office, was on hand from early morning ’til night time to verify out the cars and trucks and greet attendees.

On social media, Vaineiri mentioned the party was “just a wonderful afternoon to walk all-around and admire the cars.”

Mayor Nicholas Sacco, Commissioners Julio Cabrera and Allen Pascual, and quite a few township officials and personnel had been also onsite.

At first held as a fundraiser for the Special Olympics, this year’s celebration skipped the charges and fundraising.

As an alternative, it was a enjoyment, social working day to get out of the dwelling, take pleasure in the weather, and snap pictures of the 150 or so cars, while classic rock and roll tunes played in the history.

The show coincided with the township’s “Eat and Shop Local” celebration, which shut Bergenline Avenue to traffic from 76th to 85th Road for eating places to develop into the avenue.

Some dining places delivered dwell tunes to enrich the experience as people dined outdoors on tasty worldwide delicacies.

‘Eat and Shop Local’ will come to a shut

Immediately after two months of meals, exciting, and group support, the Take in and Store Community celebration is closing for the year.

Bergenline will be closed to website traffic between 70th and 76th Streets from 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25 through 10 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 27.

The avenue will be transformed into a pedestrian mall for the very last time this season, with dining places branching out to give outdoors dining with social distancing.

Collaborating restaurants involve America Central Cafe, Banana King, Brass Rail Pub, Charro Mexicano, El Carretero Restaurante and Panederia, Las Chicas Bakery and Cafe, Estelita Grill and Bar, Gandolfo Pizzeria and Cafe, El Maizalito Colombiano, Noches Restaurant, The Just one and Only Bar & Restuarant, Sabor Criollo, Taqueria Mexicana, and Teri Teri Japanese Restaurant.

Mayor Sacco and the township commissioners invite all to appear out for the conclude-of-period festivities and “enjoy a delightful meal, are living enjoyment, and present your guidance for our area compact companies that have been impacted by the pandemic.”

Attendees are reminded to don a mask and apply social distancing.

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