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16th Annual Father’s Day Breakfast Cruise @ Holliston Historical Society

by Patricia Pereira
June 13, 2018

Dad’s Day!  Sunday June 17! 16th Annual Father’s Day Breakfast Cruise, Holliston Historical Society, 547 Washington Street; 8 AM to 10 AM

What a perfect way to begin the day……….a hearty breakfast AND  125 + collector cars and motorcycles, all on the beautiful  grounds of the Asa Whiting House and barn.

Peruse the array of vehicles before or after a full hot breakfast of scrambled eggs, fresh sausage, buttermilk pancakes, choice of beverage and a special “barn made confection” by our talented chef, Bill Hodge.  All proceeds benefit the Holliston Historical Society.

Our  generous sponsors include: Corcoran and Havlin Insurance Group/ Hagerty, Quality Auto Body, Keystone Automotive, Authentic Auto Body, Hometown Automotive & Autobody, Roadmaster Sales & Service, Vintage Motorsports, Roses’ Automotive, Kidde Fenwal and Medfield on the Charles Auto Show, June 24th,

There is no entry or admission fee and trophies will be awarded at 10 AM by our sponsors who are free to pick whatever vehicle they choose. Hope to see you there!

 

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