We will be staging the cars at the Stonegate Meeting House at 6653 Westminster Drive in Zionsville. An optional breakfast will be available and at 9:45 a.m. the Porsche cars will proceed downtown to the brick street via police escort. This is a shine and show event and judging begins at noon. At 2:45 p.m., we will be presenting this years CruZionsville Awards.
CruZionsville has been designated as an official Legacy Project for Indiana’s Bicentennial. There will be several Indiana-built cars on display from the 1920s and ’30s along with a presentation by Dennis Horvath, noted author and authority on Indiana-built cars. This special program will take place at 1:45 p.m.
For those who are interested, The Wine Guy will host an optional wine tasting event at the Cobblestone Restaurant immediately following the close of our event at 3:15 p.m.
So do not delay, register your car and enjoy a wonderful day of meeting new friends and catching up with old ones along the brick street in Zionsville. See you there!
Stephen Tarr, 2016 CruZionionsville Event Chair
Central Indiana Porsche Club of America
|8:15 - 10 am||Cars are staged at Stonegate Meeting House, 6653 Westminster Drive, Zionsville|
|9:45 am – 10:30 am||Cars move downtown via police escort|
|10:30 am - 10:50 am||Cub Scout Color Guard*|
|10:30 am - 3 pm||Porsche cars parked on Main Street|
|10:35 am – 10:40 am||Singing of the National Anthem*|
|10:40 am||Alzheimer’s balloon release*|
|10:45 am – noon||Kids’ Painting|
|11:00 am - 2 pm||Live Entertainment— Henle and the Loops*|
|11:30 am – 11:40 am||Food Challenge 1|
|11:45 am - 1 pm||Celebrity, Youth and Porsche Club Judging|
|12:30 am – 12:40 pm||Food Challenge 2|
|1:45 pm – 2:15 pm||Bicentennial presentation on Indiana Cars by Dennis Horvath|
|2 pm||People’s Choice Judging ends|
|2:45 pm – 3:00 pm||Awards Presentation — stage area|
|3:00 pm||Event ends — Main Street is reopened|
* Event will take place in the town lot at the corner of Main (the town lot) and Pine. Note: times are subject to change.
What is CruZionsville? It is an annual event hosted by the Central Indiana Region of the Porsche Club of America. It provides an opportunity for Porsche owners from Indiana and surrounding states to gather together to see over 100 Porsche cars from Speedsters right up to the newest models.
This year CruZionsville is celebrating Indiana’s Bicentennial and we have an Official Legacy approved event by the state. We are proud to be displaying some Indiana-built cars from members of the Classic Car Club of America. We anticipate Stutz, Auburn, Cord, and Studebaker automobiles dating back to the1920s and ’30s. We also will be hearing from nationally recognized author Dennis Horvath, who will be joining us to share his perspective on Indiana-built cars.
What do you mean by shine and show? Wash your Porsche car and bring it to the show. We want you to enjoy the event and not spend hours in preparation.
How many years has this event taken place? This is our sixth year. The crowds keep getting larger and larger, and we believe the opportunity to view and learn about Indiana-built cars will be an additional draw.
What else is new this year? Come and enjoy over 125 Porsche cars on the brick street in downtown Zionsville — that’s a 20-percent increase over last year! We are celebrating the 50th year of the Porsche 911 series. We also will be displaying some motorcycles from Ducati.
What kind of entertainment do you have this year? We will have live entertainment by funk and soul band Henle and the Loops a well as DJ Brad Farber.
Are there things for kids to do? Yes! The kid’s area is open from 10:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. It is located directly south of the Brick Street Inn. The kids will be painting on actual canvas provided by the Sullivan Muncie Cultural Center. The program is free, but we hope you will give your child an opportunity to give back through a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association of Indianapolis.
Where can I stay during CruZionsville? We have a set of rooms available (Fri/Sat) at the Brick Street Inn, right on Main Street (175 S Main St). They are available to you at a special CruZionsville discount rate of $169 per night which includes a hot breakfast. Call 317-873-1900 to book yours today!
Are there places to eat during CruZionsville? Downtown Zionsville has many wonderful restaurants to choose from, including several new ones you may want to try!
Why did the Porsche Car Club of Indiana select the nonprofit Alzheimer’s Association? Alzheimer’s is such a debilitating disease. There is currently no cure, and Alzheimer’s is affecting so many families right in our communities across the state.
Can anyone make a donation? Absolutely! There is a link on www.cruzionsville.com to the Alzheimer’s site. Our goal is to raise $15,000 between the sponsorships, car registrations, and our other activities. Also check out Hopwood Winery’s specially numbered CruZionsville bottles of wine for sale.
Come and enjoy the fun.
Stephen Tarr, Event Chair
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