OCTOBER 12, 2015
Big fall finale takes place this Saturday
Louisa, KY — Don’t miss the final ‘Cruise the Plaza’ event of 2015! The final cruise in of the year will take place Saturday, Oct. 17 in the Louisa (old Foodland) Plaza from 6 pm-midnight. This is the third event in a series of cruises that began this year; the first held in the spring, the second in July. This one is expected to be bigger and better. Organizer, Suzanne Pannell Moore explains the activities for the evening….
“We have a full night lined up!
Music will kick off at 6pm! Kicking our night off will be the tri state Band Gypzy Roze! Next we have Lawrence County’s own Jodi Mykayla Perkins who will be singing us a few songs! Back by popular demand and headlining the cruise “Sweet Run”! Gonna try to also squeeze in some open Mic karaoke for the last hour. Spaces will be limited for that, so get there a early if you want to sing and i will take the first 12 people who sign up!
We also have iheart radios own Brandon Woolum to Emcee our event! Like the previous Cruises you can bring your classics and hot rods up earlier than 6pm to line up for a open car show..motorcycles are also welcome! Extreme Tumble will have two sets of corn hole boards. One set for games and another for bag toss tournament. Will post breakdown of the details separately.
We will be having a 50/50 split the pot. 5.00 per entry or 5 entries for 20.00! We will have a few baseball caps for sale $20 each. Make a nice souvenir to commemorate our 1st year of cruising! Also, will have a donation bucket set up and possible quilt raffle..haven’t confirmed it yet.
Please make donations they are imperative to us continuing in 2016. Butlers BBQ will be back with ribs, pulled pork and Bbq chicken. Fallsburg school will have their hot dog wagon. Individuals will also be selling baked goods! A huge shout out to TriSpan Boilers for their generousity and sponsoring our entertainment!
Thanks so much John and Jennifer Pannell for believing in me and our community! I’m so excited for next Saturday the 17th and seeing everyone enjoy this wonderful event. Donations can still be dropped off at Louisa Community Bank if you aren’t able to attend. Thanks again and see you Cruisers Saturday!”
Moore says the event is an attempt to create something local for people to enjoy.
Cruising the plaza was something teenagers did back in the day, and the idea is to build on that by adding live music, food, antique car and motorcycle displays, drawings and more. Moore said this is something people of all ages can enjoy.