Classic cars and hot rods of all descriptions will roll into the central Douglas County area this week for the 2013 Graffiti Weekend, the 32nd annual event. Last year’s Roseburg Graffiti Night Cruise attracted a record number of vehicles — 683 — and Umpqua Flatheads President Dave Owens is expecting another such turnout this week. What started as a simple idea between a couple of local car clubs has blossomed into an occasion that draws about 20,000 spectators and participants over its five-day span. Owens said the first Graffiti Weekend began with two events, the Show-N-Shine at River Forks Park …
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