Del Norte Prospector |  More cars in Cruisin' the Canyon than ever before

Del Norte Prospector | More cars in Cruisin’ the Canyon than ever before

Creed – Everyone who attended the annual Cruisin’ the Canyon Car Show in Creede this past weekend was treated to a perfect fall day in Colorado. The blue sky seemed to stretch forever over the vines, custom paint, and a crowd of over 500 people.

Main Street was filled with 131 vans, trucks, and unique vehicles of all makes and models.

“People had a really great time. We had the most cars we’ve ever owned, and it was a very nice day,” said event founder Vicki Kollek. Vicki and her husband have been hosting Crusin’ the Canyon Car Show for 14 years, one of which has been during the pandemic. COVID-19.

People roamed from one cool car to another enjoying the beautiful day.

Vicki ran the audience selection booth with the older generations playing in the background.

“Everyone loves our awards and this year, the annual Best of Show award is absolutely amazing,” Kollek said.

Each year, the Best of Show winner receives a specially designed radiant trophy and this year sparkles in the late afternoon sun.

At the north end of Main Street, Creede Arts Council has been busy showcasing local artists at their third annual Steamboat event.

In the months leading up to the auto show, local artists work on creating stamps from one of their pieces which are then coated with black paint and set on a large piece of cloth.

Spectators stood and watched this unique art come to life. Several publications have been sold and all proceeds go to Creede Arts Council and its future events.

Although the trees were still in their summer clothes, the cruise to Freemons was enjoyed later that afternoon. The local favorite burger joint was on the move most of the afternoon while auto show participants and spectators enjoyed hamburgers and said goodbye to summer for another year.

The winners of this year’s fair are as follows:

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Evan Wright, 1948 Ford Coupe, center

Creed Olive Oil Company

Larry Hargrove, 1952 Cadillac Coupe, Del Norte

Tomeknocker Tavern

John and Alison Strinchola, 1962 Dodge Pickup, Creed

Snowshoe Inn

Clifford Chase, 1956 Chevy Belair Convertible Mountain Air, New Mexico

Creede ATV

Monica Noland, 1955 Studebaker Champion, Dolores

Downstream gas and commercial product

Mike and Laurie Olander, 1966 Ford F100 Pickup, Pleasant View

Pizza 8852

Steve Carver, 1955 Willys Pickup, Gypsum

San Juan Sports

Charles Rich, 1956 Chevy sedan delivery, Alamosa

Stroll Off Broadway

Lisa Pollard, 1978 Volkswagen West Faya, South Fork

Tomkins Hardware & Wood

Dennis O’Dowd, 1957 Chevy Pickup 1/2 Ton, Alamosa

coffee on the fly

Cecil and Betty Waldron, 1957 Ford Fairlane, rifle

Kips Grill

David King, 1957 Chevy Bel Air, Couch, Mo.

Creedy Baptist Church

Matt Ratzloff, 1916 Ford Model T, Monte Vista

Cole and sons

Cliff Herrington, 1960 Ford F100 Pickup, Silt

Rainbow Grocery

Dave and Misty Williams, 1953 Studebaker Truck, Rifle

4UR FARM

Philip Whitmore, 1969 Chevy Camaro, Colorado Springs

Sources Alliance

Jeff Klein, 1957 Chevy Bel Air, Alamosa

Creed Hotel

Mike Powers, 1941 two-door police car, Salida

Antlers Inn & Restaurant

Parker Spence, 1957 Chevy Bel Air, Centennial

elk country

John Whitmore, 1968 Ford Mustang, Colorado Springs

Northern New Mexico Street Roaders

Dave and Misty Williams, 1953 Studebaker truck, rifle

Audience Choice, curated by Creede Repertory Theater

Ray and Elaine Parnell, 2007 Chevy Corvette, Casper, yo.

Don Pacheco Award

Julian Espinosa, 1971 Chevy Blazer, La Jara

Best offer sponsored by Musa Karim

Greg Bromley, 1969 Dodge Dart GTS, Monte Vista

Photos By Lyndsie Ferrell The annual Cruisin’ the Canyon Car Show in Creede was a huge success with 131 vehicles of all different makes and models lined up on Main Street, making it the largest in the event’s history. Guests strolled down Main Street during the Cruisin’ the Canyon Car Show in Creede this past weekend, enjoying some old rock DJs and enjoying the last warm days of summer. Photo by Lindsey Ferrell The Creed Arts Council hosted its third annual print event at Creed on Saturday. These unique artworks were created by local artists and then turned into large paper prints. Image courtesy of Cruisin’ the Canyon Car Show Best of Show – Greg Brumley’s 1969 Dodge Dart GTS – pictured here at Chapman Park in Monte Vista. Bromley lives in Monte Vista

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