September 15, 2022 
5-9 pm

Cruise-In for a Cause supports local causes. 

On the third Thursday evening in September of each year, Yukon 66 Main Street hosts Cruisers at the annual "Cruise-In for a Cause" under the lights of Main.

This is a free Cruise with participants encouraged to contribute to one of four participating local causes.  

Cruise-In for a Cause is an open Cruise on Yukon's iconic Route 66. In addition to the thrill of enjoying America's Main Street in a fun and unique way, car enthusiasts will have the opportunity to support local charitable causes. The event is free and open to anyone to cruise throughout the evening. A limited number of reserved "Park & Show" spaces in Main Street's 400 block will be available by registration.
Each organization will have on-site advocacy booths with information and a collection site for various food and product drives. 

In keeping with the theme of the event "Cruise-In for a Cause", donations are encouraged at donation stations throughout the event, Cause booths, or prior to the event through the Main Street office. Any donations not designated for a specific participating Cause will be equally split between all four Causes. When they're not riding, event attendees will enjoy strolling through the "Park & Show" area, visiting Cause and sponsor booths, checking out fun things to see and do at various stops along the way, and enjoying the constant parade of cool rides. 

Participating Causes for 2022 - click the links below to learn about each cause. Donations can be made during the Cruise or with your registration

Savannah Station TRP    Yukon Mobile Meals   Youth & Family Services     Canadian County CASA

Cruise-in for a Cause 2022
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Dozens of volunteers make this event possible.  It may be the most fun you've ever had "working" an event!

Click the links below to learn more about our outstanding sponsors.
K9 University          Oklahoma Natural Gas          Ingram, Smith & Turner          Chisholm Trail Construction          

Angelique Morton with Edward Jones          Central Power Systems          BancFirst          State Farm          iHeart Radio