Car Events: Sept. 25-Dec. 29
Beaches Cruisin' at PIR
Wednesday, Sept. 25, 4-9 p.m., Portland International Raceway, 1940 N. Victory Blvd. Food, drinks, live music and more.
Spud Monkeys Classic Car Cruise-In
Friday, Sept. 27, 6-9 p.m., Spud Monkey's Bar & Grill, 1716 N.W. Fairview Drive, Gresham. Food specials, dash plaque with a food purchase, "Hot Rodder" discount card for discounts on future visits.
October Canby Swap Meet
Sunday, Oct. 6, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Clackamas Co. Fairgrounds, Highway 99E, Canby. Everything from project cars to hard-to-find parts for existing vehicles offered by hundreds of sellers. Sponsored by Associated Fords of the 50s. For more information, go to https://associatedfordsofthefifties.com/canby-swap-meet.
Annual RDM Halloween Trunk or Treat
Sunday, Oct. 27, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Red Door Meet, 111 S.E. Belmont St., Portland. Car-related Halloween fun, including candy collecting and a raffle, with all proceeds going to Snow Cap. Hosted by the RDM Ladies.
Winter Wonderland Holiday Lights
Nov. 30-Dec. 29, Portland International Raceway, 1940 N. Victory Blvd., Portland. The largest drive-through light show in the Pacific Northwest, featuring a sensational display of lights and animation spanning the entire racetrack. Special event include a bike-only night and dog walk. Benefits the Sunshine Division of the Portland Police Bureau. For more information, go to http://www.winterwonderlandportland.com.
C3 Car Club's Monday Madness
7-9 p.m., Mondays through Oct. 30, Oregon City K-mart parking lot, 19007 S. Beavercreek Road, Oregon City.
Cars & Coffee
8-11 a.m., Saturdays, locations include: World of Speed (Wilsonville), Jantzen Beach (Portland), Cascade Station (Portland), McMinnville Walmart, Oregon City (Eighth and Main), Vancouver (136th and Mill Plain), Beaverton (Sundays, 12505 N.W. Cornell Road). No entry fee, all cars welcome.
Mt. Hood Cigars: Cars & Cigars
11 a.m.-2 p.m., third Saturday of the month through Oct. 16, Mt. Hood Cigars, 37425 US Hwy. 26, Sandy. Auto show, meet and greet prizes giveaways, and more.
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