They have already started coming in and by Thursday hundreds of vehicles, street rods, street machines, and custom vehicles will be in Logan for the annual Cache Valley Cruise-In hosted by the non-profit Cache Valley Cruising Association.
Association President John Rutledge says the popular event begins Thursday, July 5 and it’s headquarters will be at the Cache County Fairgrounds. For the first time this year a new feature has been added and Jill Douglas is in charge of the Woman’s World.
Douglas says it will be held Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Home Arts Building.
“We have a lot of vendors,” Douglas said. “A lot of them are local bringing everything from crocheted items to Scentsy Candles, tupperware, make up, jewelry, clothing, a lot of stuff for babies seems to be there, face painting, just a whole variety of a lot things.”
The public’s invited to come to the fairgrounds Friday and Saturday and a ticket gives entrants a chance tor this year’s giveaway car, a 1928 Ford Model-A Sedan Delivery. The final event is a parade of cars down Logan’s Main Street Saturday at 6:30 p.m.