You are invited to bring your family to the Seventh Avenue District on Saturday, April 27th to see vintage vehicles proudly displayed by Hendersonville’s Antique Car Club from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM on 7th Avenue. In addition to the unique vehicles, the day will include 20+ local craft vendors, great local food, and music provided by Tom Brown, the One Man Band.
Come to Hendersonville’s Seventh Avenue district, park in and around the old train depot area and then spend some time strolling along Maple Street just to admire the Hendersonville Antique Car Club’s vehicles and vintage motorcycles parked there. The vintage motorcycles, autos, and trucks will be parked all along Maple Street which will be blocked from the corner of Seventh Avenue.
If you have a vintage motorcycle, circa 1989 or earlier, come and display your bike. For additional information, please contact Terry Ketcham at 828-890-8246 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be food booths at the cruise-in including Daddy D’s, a Southern & Soul Restaurant and The Underground Bakery. Each will be serving their usual tasty selections throughout the day. Tom Brown will provide music from the 50’s and 60’s to go along with these vintage vehicles and WTZQ will be broadcasting live during this event.
All of the other Historic Seventh Avenue District shop owners will be open for business. Feel free to browse through the shops for gifts, antiques, unique baked goods, fresh organic vegetables, locally brewed beer and more.
The Apple Valley RR Club train display, located in the train station, will be open the entire day. Everyone is invited to tour their newly renovated facilities and see the many intricate train displays that appeal to young and old alike.
Seventh Avenue originally developed as a commercial district during the late 19th and early 20th centuries around Hendersonville’s first train depot which was established in 1879. The majority of the buildings are simple one and two-story brick commercial and warehouse structures in the typical pattern of buildings connecting to each other. There are thirty-two contributing structures in the district. This area is currently undergoing revival as a viable commercial area. You are invited to come to 7th Avenue and see the new businesses occupying this revitalized historic area.
The sponsors that make this event possible are: Carolina Specialties Construction, WHKP, & WTZQ.