Hot San Jose Nights car show returning to Reid-Hillview airport

There’ll be loads of cool vehicles and aircraft on display screen at Warm San Jose Nights’ 14th once-a-year Airport Day at Reid-Hillview Airport on Saturday. And you can guess that they’ll be cooler than the temperatures, envisioned to be at minimum in the 90s.

The good news is, the annual extravaganza featuring classic cars, aircraft and military autos will have an early get started, with tethered very hot-air balloon rides commencing ahead of 8 a.m. and exhibit cars and trucks arriving immediately after that. If you have never ever been ahead of, the event — created by Mike and Susan Hennessy — has a tiny little bit of all the things, with a remote-manage air display, military services automobiles, plane and plenty of sizzling rods, muscle mass autos and antique autos. There is a Struggle of the Meals Vans prepared, as well, with the winner declared by audience acclaim. (Professional suggestion: If there’s a sno-cone truck there, it is gonna acquire.)

There is also reside new music, courtesy of the San Jose Metropolitan Band — taking part in in the Trade Winds hangar at 10 a.m. —  and Duke Mantee and the Gold Dollars Band on the primary phase. Vocalist Lauren Halliwell will sing the National Anthem at noon. Then Mike Hennessy, together with Santa Clara County Supervisors Dave Cortese and Otto Lee, will honor this year’s crop of Best of the Bay award winners: Lucy and Allan Greenberg, Tiger Teerlink, Ronnie Ogas, Walt Gyger, Ray Watts, Ray Manuel, Ray Pulver, Pete Paulson and David Lewis.

And even though Mike and Susan Hennessy will be handing out the awards on Saturday, they were being the recipients of 1 a few of weeks back in Sacramento, exactly where Cortese presented them with the Little Business of the Yr Award for District 15. On top of all their group work, the few — who have been married 20 several years — operate Hennessy Automotive Store in Santa Clara, restoring classic cars.

Airport Day is absolutely free to attend, however a donation of canned foods for 2nd Harvest Silicon Valley is prompt. It all wraps up by 3 p.m. You can get much more data at www.hotsanjosenights.com, and never ignore to carry a lot of h2o.

San Jose Condition Football Mentor Brent Brennan, left, and broadcaster Justin Allegri share a laugh prior to recording the Coaches Show at Teske’s Germania in San Jose on Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2022. (Sal Pizarro/Bay Region Information Group) 

HAIL SPARTANS, HAIL: San Jose State’s football team opens its period Thursday night time at CEFCU Stadium in opposition to Portland Condition, and a very good crowd of followers turned out Tuesday to observe the are living recording of the Coaches Demonstrate, with Coach Brent Brennan and SJSU broadcaster Justin Allegri, at Teske’s Germania.

Besides the followers, the viewers in the courtyard integrated San Jose State Interim President Steve Perez, Athletic Director Jeff Konya, soccer defensive coordinator Derrick Odum and women’s basketball Coach April Phillips and her employees. Foreseeable future editions of the Coaches Exhibit will be held at Teske’s, 255 N. Initially St., at 6 p.m. Wednesdays before games and broadcast Thursday nights at 7 p.m. on KTRB (860 AM).

By the way, the Spartans have a pleasurable cross-advertising this drop known as “Footballs and Curtain Phone calls.” Men and women who purchase tickets for San Jose Point out football online games will get a low cost code for performances at the Hammer Theatre Centre and vice versa. Additional facts on the marketing, which operates by means of early December, is obtainable at www.hammertheatre.com.

From left, Shih Tzus Ziggy and Pepe, of Campbell, ride in their stroller at the Bark in the Park dog festival in William Street Park in San Jose, California, on Saturday, September 15, 2018. The dogs came with their owner Treva Estrada of Campbell. (LiPo Ching/Bay Area News Group)
From left, Shih Tzus Ziggy and Pepe, of Campbell, ride in their stroller at the Bark in the Park puppy competition in William Avenue Park in San Jose, California, on Saturday, September 15, 2018. The dogs arrived with their owner Treva Estrada of Campbell. (LiPo Ching/Bay Location Information Group) LiPo Ching/Bay Area News Team Archives

Increasing THE WOOF: Right after a two-calendar year absence because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bark in the Park — 1 of San Jose’s most beloved canine-targeted activities — will return to William Street Park on Sept. 17. Commonly believed to be the premier dog competition in the state, Bark in the Park has drawn additional than 3,900 pups and 15,000 people today in the previous.