The Back to the Bricks® car show will be making its first stop of the season in downtown Mt. Pleasant on Friday, June 8, as part of its “Mighty Mac and Back” promo tour. From 5 to 8:30 p.m., classic car owners and admirers can enjoy more than 270 automobiles on display along the streets of downtown.
Back to the Bricks® produces family-friendly automotive events that reflect Flint’s automotive heritage. The six-day tour is designed to promote all of the Back to the Bricks® events while showcasing each participating city’s unique features and foster economic development.
The following streets will be closed from 2 to 8:30 p.m. on June 8:
- Broadway between Lansing and Washington
- Main between Illinois and Mosher
- University between Mosher and Michigan
- Court between Broadway and Mosher
- Franklin between Mosher and Michigan
The tour will leave from Davison with overnight stops in Mt. Pleasant, Gaylord, Petoskey, St. Ignace, and East Tawas, culminating with an “End of the Road” Luncheon at the Birch Run Speedway & Event Center.
For more information about Back to the Bricks®, go to www.backtothebricks.org.
A City parking lot and several streets will be closed this weekend to accommodate the Classic Car and Motorcycle Show presented by the Home Builders Association of Central Michigan.
PARKING LOT CLOSURE:
- Lot #3 (Town Center) will be closed on Friday, July 14 at 5 p.m. until Saturday, July 15 at 6 p.m. Overnight permit holders should use parking lot #2, located behind Max and Emily’s. Cars left in parking lot #3 lot will be towed to parking lot #12 across from City Hall (320 West Broadway).
The following streets will be closed Saturday, July 15 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cars left on streets will be towed to parking lot #12 across from City Hall (320 West Broadway).
- Broadway from Washington to Franklin
- Main from Mosher to Lansing (Please note: Michigan will remain open to through traffic.)
- Court from Broadway to Mosher (Please note: Access to parking lot #2 will remain open.)
- University from Michigan to Broadway
- Franklin from Michigan to Mosher
Mosher and Michigan will remain open to move traffic traveling east and west. Washington will remain open until the roundabout for north and southbound traffic.
Questions may be directed to Downtown Development Director Michelle Sponseller at firstname.lastname@example.org or (989) 779-5348.