(Season 14 EP 35)
This week’s show topics will include:
Delafield Car Show is on!
The Delafield Lions Club has the green light to host this year’s car show in beautiful downtown Delafield Wisconsin. The show will be held Sunday, September 6, 2020. We will be talking with Bill Myers who is part of the Lions team. With so many shows cancelling because of the virus we wanted to find out how they plan on enforcing the state and local guidelines. We know that there are many people who still are not attending shows because of the virus.
Here is a link to their car show…
The B-Lazy Diner is anything but lazy.
Will be calling on Ms. Katie who is the owner, passionate cook and bottle washer.
The concept for this restaurant is so that you don’t have to do any cooking. Let them do all the cooking. Which means it has a great “homemade” reputation of serving up lunch and dinner. It’s located in a little community of Wind Lake, not too far from Milwaukee, Waterford, Oak Creek, Franklin, Union Grove, New Berlin and others. The diner is a neat little place with counter and table seating that serves up soups, burgers, fish, wraps of all kinds, chicken and more. Plus, it’s famous for their homemade ice cream sandwiches and custard sundaes, malts and cones. You have to try their daily specials that includes the Chicago Dog 3.5 with a Frosted Animal Cookie Flurry. Every day you will find a classic car or hot rod in the parking lot. They will be hosting their last cruise night September 8th.
Here is a link to B-Lazy Diner…
Captn’ Bob’s dirt racing grandson.
His name is Max and his from a long line of bike riders. He has been riding two wheels since he was barely 3 and now, he’s almost 7. Bob will give us the results from last weeks race at the Beaver Dam Raceway.
A few responds from out listeners.
There were a few reactions to whether car show promoters should have participated sign a covid waiver.
CAR SHOWS! Weekend events that are happening or not!
We will read off what shows are still going…
Plus, we might have time to spin a few tunes.
We don’t play your typical songs. We play obscure hard to find songs about hot rods or a catchy swing or a little bit of rockabilly.
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