CRUISE-IN: Wear comfortable shoes to Langley’s massive car show

Buses will help car buffs get to and from the Langley Good Times Cruise-In sites downtown.

Although it’s a celebration of the car, the Langley Good Times Cruise-In is very pedestrian-oriented.

With the downtown areas closed down, using the special parking and shuttle bus service may be the easiest way to get around.

Between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., shuttles will run from Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s campus on the Langley Bypass and Glover Road.

The drop-off point downtown will be the Cascades Casino.

Buses will run every 10 to 15 minutes, and if traffic on Glover Road is heavy it may slow things down, organizers warn.

The trips are by $2 donation, with the Langley Seniors Resource Centre receiving the benefit of any money raised. The donation covers a round-trip, with no money collected on the way back to the parking lot.

Other basic services like food and washrooms are also covered for those downtown. There will be 50 to 60 portable toilets scattered around the area, including a cluster at the Casino parking lot.

As far as food, there will be 11 to 12 outlets, all of them run by local charities or service clubs like Rotary or the Elks.

Ice cream, hot dogs, and a lemonade stand are included among the food offerings. The only professional food servers will be the In & Out Burger stall set up at the Casino parking lot. In & Out is a sponsor of the Cruise-In and contributes towards their charitable fundraising goals.


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