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Two weekends left for Cruise Nights in Lombard

Published: Monday, Aug. 18, 2014 8:50 a.m. CDT
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Joe Kovarik talks about his 1951 Kaiser Henry J with Kate & Larry Moore of Bartlett during Cruise Nights in downtown Lombard on Saturday, August 9th. Lorae Mundt for Shaw Media
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Tom Cooper of St. Charles, center, and Brian Norris of Lombard check out one of the classic cars on display during Cruise Nights in downtown Lombard on Saturday, August 9th. Lorae Mundt for Shaw Media
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Liam McGowan 3, of Glen Ellyn, and Max Eisner, 3, of Lombard, keep themselves entertained as they wait for the start of The Lego Movie during Downtown Movie Night in Lombard on Saturday, August 9th. Lorae Mundt for Shaw Media
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Susan and Matt Lisowski of Westmont check out the engine of one of the classic cars on display during Cruise Nights in downtown Lombard on Saturday, August 9th. Lorae Mundt for Shaw Media
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Families begin gathering in the PNC parking lot in downtown Lombard for Downtown Movie Night on Saturday, August 9th. Lorae Mundt for Shaw Media

LOMBARD – Engine blocks and building blocks shared the spotlight at Cruise Nights on Saturday in downtown Lombard.

While classic cars lined St. Charles Road, a temporary movie screen was erected in the Fifth Third Bank parking lot where the Lombard Town Centre sponsored the showing of “The Lego Movie.”

Three more Cruise Nights remain this summer, featuring entertainment by Evolution on Saturday, 7th heaven on Mayor’s Night Aug. 23, and The Neverly Brothers on Cruiser Appreciation Weekend on Aug. 30.

For information, visit villageoflombard.org/cruisenights.

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