In the words of Kevin Craw, \u201cslick hotrods, custom cars, and foreign classics\u201d will be \u201cshown and shined\u201d at the Piersall Building parking lot Friday, July 10, beginning at 6 p.m. for this year\u2019s Wilton Kiwanis Geeb Fleming Memorial Cruise Night.The late Kiwanian Thomas \u201cGeeb\u201d Fleming was the man who started it all, and now, six years after his death, Wilton Kiwanis continues to honor his memory.\u201cTom and I were best buds and both lifetime \u2018car guys\u2019,\u201d said Craw, who manages the event in Fleming\u2019s stead. \u201cI was Geeb\u2019s second lieutenant, sort of, along with Nick Allegretta. We ran it together for eight years.\u201cThen,\u201d he continued, \u201con Sunday, July 5, 2009, Geeb was tragically killed on his vintage Harley by a drunk kid up on Ridgefield Road. The event was scheduled for July 10 that year and even though we were heartbroken, Nick and I agreed we had to continue it on in Geeb\u2019s memory.\u201cSadly, Nick passed away a couple of years later and I\u2019ve just kept it going for them, and for all the car folks who love a chance to get out on a summer night in their \u2018pride and joy.\u2019\u201dTraditionally held in the Piersall lot on the first Friday after Independence Day, the Cruise Night is an event for local car enthusiasts who want to share their \u201cinteresting\u201d custom, vintage, and antique cars with the community and with each other.\u201cWe want a Friday night destination for people who genuinely love classic cars,\u201d said Craw.\u201cIn the past,\u201d he said, \u201cwe\u2019ve had some years turn up 65 to 85, even up to 100 cars.\u201dThough it is not a contest, there will be people\u2019s-choice trophies given for best in show, best custom, and best foreign vehicle.Perhaps the only vehicle there that will not have a shot of winning will be Ben\u2019s Ice Cream Truck of Norwalk. Ben Boger will be in attendance, serving up frozen treats all evening.The Wilton Kiwanis Club will be cooking and selling hamburgers and hot dogs, with proceeds to be funneled back into the Wilton club.No pre-registration is required; the Cruise Night is open to any and all.There will be no fee for participation.\u201cIt\u2019s pretty easygoing,\u201d said Craw.The rain date is July 17.