In addition to looking at meticulously restored and maintained vehicles, attendees can enjoy live music, 50/50 raffles, food, and shopping.
The street festival runs this Wednesday from 5:30 to 9 p.m. on Main, Eagle and Holden streets with food, shopping, entertainment and conversation.
"I don't think there is anything quite like this in Pittsfield, particularly in downtown Pittsfield." — Alan Bauman.
"I think we didn't do a good enough job of selling it." — Chairman Channing Gibson
"This isn't a three-year solution. This is a long-term solution. We've got three different groups looking at this in different ways." — Mayor Richard Alcombright
The public is invited to view and comment on the design of the next phase of the Downtown Streetscape and the Downtown Parking Plan.
"We feel we need to create the new plan for the next five years." — Kate McGuire
"It's a beautiful town ... We have kept it that way and made it more beautiful, but where do we go from here?" — Skip Harrington
"This is a big step for North Adams and will only continue to grow from here." — Amanda Chilson
"It made sense to partner with the Berkshire Community College's criminal justice program to address the Quality of Life committee's request." — Daniel Bianchi
"We appreciate everyone's patience as we move into the next steps of beautifying the downtown area." — Mayor Daniel Bianchi
"It's just going to be a good time for all; we are going to shut the street down from top to bottom." — Todd Hebert
"The museum wants to present to the public the art of the Berkshires." — Keith Shaw
"Everybody wants to be in the same place." — Ralph De Nisco
"The vast majority of the comments we receive is that violent crime is increasing. Violent crime is decreasing in the city of Pittsfield." — Chief Michael Wynn
"Companies were coming to us before we event started planning." — Kristine Hurley
“We looked at Red Sauce, and we thought this town needs Italian, that’s it.” — Anthony Donovan
"We hope to have a very large crowd. We're working really hard to make that happen." — Hannah Sterrs
"I don't want this to become an us-versus-them situation because that's not what this is about." — Donna Todd Rivers
"It's going to be budget-driven is what I got out of it." — Sheriff Thomas Bowler
"We have an opportunity to transform Pittsfield to become a pedestrian city." — Jeff Winslow
"We're basically rebuilding everything, whereas Sottile is more of a repair & restore what's there now project with a few changes." — Jeff Fassler.
"So you start with a grand vision and work and you start piece by piece to get you there. I think we can get there." — John DeRosa
"There still is a great deal of activity on North Street." — Sheriff Thomas Bowler