Cruise Night Update

Since Friday, Ontario has begun Phase 3, announcing the increase of outdoor gathering limits to 100, but that number is not high enough for the Hawkesbury Auto Club to start these Cruise Nights safely.
With an average of more than 70 cars/participants as well as local visitors, it would be impossible to ensure that the event meets the established numbers.
After a long period of lockdown, the Cruise Night opener could easily double in size. We certainly don't want to ask people to leave.
We are all disappointed with how the season is unfolding but we need to think Safety first!
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Members Extraordinary meeting July 17 at 7pm at the Quality inn & Suites in Hawkesbury  MASK MANDATORY

Hawkesbury AUTO EXPO postponed to August 1, 2021

As we are rapidly approaching the August 2020 Hawkesbury Auto Expo date, the executive, have made the difficult decision to postpone this year’s event to August 1, 2021.
Given the possible size of our event, and as the health and safety of our volunteers, participants, vendors, sponsors and more than 10,000 attendees is our number one priority, we have decided that the risks of having this event, outweigh the benefits.
Even if all the restrictions have been lifted by our scheduled show time and we could assure the health and safety of everyone attending, it is not possible for us to put into place all the elements required to execute the quality event we are known for. We are disappointed, however, we know this is the right thing to do based on the current information available.
The Hawkesbury Auto Club would like to thank all our sponsors for their generosity and continued support.
See you next year!

Hawkesbury Downtown Halloween

The Town of Hawkesbury as well as the Comzac BIA and the Stores on Main Street invite you to spend a frightening evening with them. The stores on Main Street offer treats to little monsters who will come for a walk in disguise. The street will be closed from McGill to William to ensure safety for families