September car shows in Bergen County are always a big hit with the public. I thought you’d like to know what there is for enthusiasts.
Ridgewood, Friday Night Sept 6th
This is the 26th year for Ridgewood’s annual car show. They close off the entire business district from 5-9 pm which turns it into a pedestrian mall. Since there are over 400 cars to see, this is one of the most popular Bergen County car shows. Go out to dinner at one of Ridgewood’s many restaurants, see gorgeous cars and enjoy the night! This event benefits the Ridgewood High School Scholarship Fund.
Maywood, Saturday Sept 14th
Come to the Maywood American Legion Post 142 at 135 E Passaic St from 10 to 6 for the 3rd annual Fall Fling Car Show. Because this is for pre 1972 classics, customs and hot rods, there will be something for everyone to see. Admission is $10 and this is hosted by the Road Lords Car Club of New Jersey.
Ridgefield, Saturday Sept 14th
Join the fun at the Car Truck and Bike Show from 10-3 at St Matthews Church (555 Prospect Ave). Hosted by the Knights of Columbus Council #3550, admission is free. This is a very popular car show that does a lot of good. Proceeds go to Homeless & Needy Veterans and to the NJ Special Olympics.
Englewood Field Club, Sunday Sept 15th
This is located at 341 Engle Street in Englewood and the show runs from 11 am through 3 pm. This is their 2nd annual Exotic Car Show and it’s for a great cause. Canine Companions for Independence is a service dog organization and all proceeds go to support this organization. $15 at the door but kids at 12 and under are free. If you want an intimate local car show with amazing exotics, don’t miss this one.
Teaneck, Sunday Sept 22nd
The Teaneck Armory is at the corner of Teaneck & Liberty Roads on the Bergenfield border. This is the location for the annual Bergen Street Fest – an amazing food truck festival. This year it’s being held on both Saturday and Sunday(9/21-9/22). Sunday is also when the annual car show is held from 1-4. So come on over, get food at one of the food trucks and have a blast looking at gorgeous classic cars. Admission is free of course.
Closter, Saturday Sept 28th
Anthony DeCarlo started Joey’s Fund to honor his son’s (Joey’s) memory. All proceeds go to Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital to help families with sick kids handle medical and living expenses. I wish this was one car show that didn’t exist while I sincerely applaud Mr. DeCarlo for honoring his son in this way. The show will be held at 20 Legion Place from 11-4. Please come because the bigger the crowd, more cars will come next year. As a result, there will be more dollars for Joey’s Fund. Free admission too!
September Car Shows in Bergen County
I bet you didn’t know how many September car shows in Bergen County exist. You can see that there’s a lot. We have quite a variety and because we do, there’s something for everyone. Bergen County is a really cool place to live!