Dancing on the Bridge will be held Saturday, Sept. 8, in downtown Malvern.
The main stage band, playing 8-11 p.m. at Dancing on the Bridge, will be 45 RPM, an outstanding local band.
John Casalinuovo, founding member, vocalist and keyboardist, says the band will play its 700th engagement this year. 45 RPM plays at summer festivals, class reunions, private parties, weddings, and at campgrounds, dance clubs, and fraternal organization clubs for many kinds of special events.
They also play as The Spindles for car shows, with a playlist tailored to car enthusiasts.
In addition to Casalinuovo, band members include Dave Dunbar on bass guitar, Tim Tucker on lead guitar and vocals, John Siligy on rhythm guitar and vocals, and Dan Carter on drums.
Their website is www.45rpmband.com.
The vehicle show at Dancing on the Bridge will include cars, trucks, motorcycles and tractors.
Registration is 9 a.m-1 p.m. and the entry fee is $8 per vehicle for one class, $10 if the vehicle is entered in two classes.
Each vehicle may enter in no more than two classes.
The first 75 vehicles registered will receive one dash plaque per vehicle.
Participant voting will be 1-2:30 p.m. Each vehicle will have the opportunity to win no more than one award.
Awards will be presented at 3:15 p.m., and will be given in each class for place.
There will be one Chairperson's Award and one Mayor's Award.
Best of Show awards will include a cash prize in addition to a plaque for car, motorcycle, truck and tractor. Door prizes will be randomly drawn after 1 p.m. and are independent from other awards. Each participant who has a vehicle registered has the opportunity to win one door prize.
Entertainment will be provided by Spikeman, Ohio's best car show deejay, and Joe Campbell and the Oldtimers.
For more information, contact Jack Leggett, chairman, at 330-863-1744.
Vehicle show classes are: 1940s and earlier, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s and up, Corvettes, Mustangs, Best 55, 56, 57 Chevy, street rods, muscle cars, convertibles, motorcycles, Harley Davidsons, trucks, tractors, rat rods and open class.
Thanks go to all the vehicle show donors, who include:
Silver Sponsors - $150, Sean Smith and Furey Motor Company;
Class Sponsors - $60, L & K Hornet's Nest, Wendell Ford Sales Co., SudZ Car Wash, Guess Motors, Inc., Crowl Lumber Co. Inc. / Crowl Interiors & Furniture, Woods' Grocery, Andy's Garage, The News Leader, Almasy Body Shop, Cedar Outdoor Furniture, Ron Ruegg Automotive, LeBeau Geothermal Heating & Cooling, Shingleton Contractors Inc., Fox Auto Salvage & Parts, Inc., Baughman Machine & Weld Shop, Contini Insurance Agency, Remax Crossroads, Patricia Oyer, Vince & Dana Slabaugh and American Roll Off Service, LLC.
The Mayor's Trophy, $35, is sponsored by Steve Adams, mayor.
The Chairman's Trophy, $35, is sponsored by Jack Leggett Barber Shop.
Patrons, $30, include Sheckler's Excavating, Inc., Jeff Schmitt Agency, E. Leroy VanHorne, Roger W. Howard and William Wohlwend, Carroll County Clerk of Courts.
For more information, call Susan Joyce at 330-875-3994 or village hall at 330-863-1316 or see www.dancingonthebridge.net