Over 100 classic cars, trucks, bikes, and even tractors called Roseville their home Saturday afternoon.
St. John’s Lutheran Church hosted its 4th annual Triple Nickel Country Cruise-In Saturday. With so many car and tractor enthusiasts in the area, organizers say it’s a great way for the church to connect with the community while enjoying the entries.
"Just a fabulous display of variety today, from the new stuff, to Mustangs, to a little bit older with some of the classic Corvettes, then almost anything you can imagine over the last 60, 70, 80 years," said Pastor Al Laese.
In addition to the cars, there was also a bounce house for the kids as well as horse rides, music, and food. If you missed this year’s cruise-in, organizer Steve Wolfe said it will be back and even better for you to come check out next year.
"It’s something we want to do annually," Wolfe said. "We want to keep it growing. The community has embraced it, and we hope they continue to. We plan on doing it on Saturday of Father’s Day Weekend from here on out."
While there is no entry fee and admission is free, the church raised money from donations and food sales. They plan to use the money to purchase a computer for the church’s youth group.