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ENTERTAINMENT

Gates open on Friday 4pm-9:00pm for a Cruise in / Saturday 10am-9pm  (no early birds please!)

(Rain or Shine)

Car, Truck and Motorcycle show…FREE!!

Charity event for Trooper Joel R. Davis Foundation. ALL donations welcomed and encouraged!

Free for everyone who brings a specialty vehicle, truck, farm tractor, modified tractor, race car …. etc!! 

All years, makes and models welcome!!

FREE admission for spectators!

Hours of entertainment, food, crafts, vendors, face painter, demonstrations, kids games, chicken BBQ, model car contest, exhibits and of course, cars, trucks and motorcycles!!!

Dash plaques along w/ goodie bags for first 300 vehicles!

Trophies awarded on Saturday afternoon.

(all vehicles on grounds and in building will be open for judging!)

FRIDAY MAY 18/

SATURDAY MAY 19

CRAFTERS/VENDORS (OUTSIDE)

ALL DAY

SATURDAY MAY 19

CHICKEN BBQ (behind gazebo)

11am until gone!

SATURDAY MAY 19

SATURDAY MAY 19

TRAVELING MEMORIAL WALL FOR FALLEN BIKERS

VINTAGE FOR VETERANS

(Pin up Girls)

ALL DAY

ALL DAY

9pm

 

8TH ANNUAL TWO NATIONS 1000

ISLANDS EXTRAVAGANZA

Car, Truck and Bike Show

 

FRIDAY MAY 18th 4pm to 9pm

 

SATURDAY MAY 19th 10am to 9pm

 

CEROW RECREATIONAL PARK

 

615 EAST LINE ROAD, CLAYTON, NY 13624

OUR CHARITY

FRIDAY MAY 18

 

Dusk to 9pm

 

2pm UNTIL 4pm

5pm UNTIL 9pm

DRIVE IN MOVIE: movie TBD

RUBY SHOOZ Sponsored by DAVIDSONS AUTO GROUP

FIREWORKS (baseball fields) Sponsored by FX CAPRARA

SATURDAY MAY 19

AWARDS (outside at gazebo)

4pm

SATURDAY MAY 19

SATURDAY MAY 19

SATURDAY MAY 19

SATURDAY MAY 19

Crusin for a Brusin #3 Boxing

(at pavillion on hill) 

1 pm 

Ft Drum Rock Band (under tent) 

Trooper Joel R. Davis Foundation

Joel R. Davis was a born and raised North Country man.  He went into law enforcement in an area where he grew up, and he raised three children there. Davis was responding to a domestic dispute in Theresa when he was shot in the chest on July 9th 2017. Davis was a devoted man, and his family was everything to him.

Davis spent 10 years as a deputy at the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office before becoming a trooper. He was just about to hit five years with state police.

Joel served as the Commissioner of the Evans Mills Youth Baseball League and was active in all youth sports. He taught community kids the fundamentals of baseball, from T-ball to fast-pitch, and helped organize the teams and kept the league on track. At the time of his death,  he was an assistant coach with the Indian River Wood Bat Baseball team and was a member of the Evans Mills 500 Club.

To honor Trooper Joel R. Davis’ legacy and life of service to others, this fund, associated with the Northern New York Community Foundation, will be a perpetual charitable grantmaking component fund of the Community Foundation. It will support charitable community projects and programs for the public benefit. 

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