1933–1936 Fire Engines
Porches and Parlors
Edison at Work
Bicycles and Motorcycles
Military Vehicle Presentation
Saturday, June 15 (9:30am–9pm)
Bicycles presented by Tom Ross and Bob Strucel - 10:30am
Commercial Vehicles presented by Jim Wagner and Roger Wojkowicz - 11:30am
1933–1949 Cars presented by Marty Bufalini and David Liepelt - 1pm
1950–1959 Cars presented by Jim Wagner and Roger Wojtkowicz - 2pm
Special Racing Presentation - 6pm
As long as there have been automobiles, there has been racing. Learn more about the world of drag, midget and stock car racing of the ’30s –’50s. Presented by Matt Anderson, Curator of Transportation at The Henry Ford®
Military Vehicles - 6:30pm
Learn why Detroit was known as the "Arsenal of Democracy."
Presented by John Lind, Director Detroit Arsenal of Democracy Museum
Sunday, June 16 (9:30am–5pm)
Motorcycles - 10am
Facilitated by Marty Bufalini
1960–1969 Cars presented by Matt Anderson and Andrew Beckman
1970-1976 Cars presented by Matt Anderson and Bill Porter - 2pm
Popular Choice Award Ceremony - 4:30pm or immediately following last Pass-in-Review
SPECIAL SATURDAY EVENING EVENTS
Greenfield Village Cruise
Enjoy the sights as several hundred cars cruise the streets.
Throughout Greenfield Village
Live WWII USO Show
Saturday only - 7pm
Enjoy the Rhythm Society Orchestra as they perform as part of a re-created WWII USO show and radio broadcast. Enjoy live music, dancing and a few other surprises.
Washington Boulevard, near the reviewing stand
Junior Driver’s Ed
Little drivers can try their feet at pedaling reproduction pedal cars from the ’50s and ’60s.
$35 for 30-minute workshop. Purchase tickets at Liberty Craftworks store.
Pine Car Enthusiasts (for all ages!)
Build, decorate and race your own derby cars, $6.
Guild Beer Hall
VOTING AND AWARDS
Popular Choice Voting
All Day Saturday
Until 3pm Sunday
Saturday and Sunday 11:30am, 12:45 pm, 2:15 pm, 3:30pm, (plus 5 pm, 6 pm Saturday)
Celebrate the beloved composer George Gershwin in this lively 30-minute music and comedy revue.
Edison’s Light Fantastic
Saturday and Sunday 11:45am, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:45pm
Meet Thomas Edison in this 15-minute play and hear about one of his most "electrifying" inventions!
Outside Menlo Park Lab
How I Got Over
Saturday and Sunday noon, 1pm, 2:45pm, 3:45pm
Experience inspiring stories, songs and slave narratives in this powerful 20-minute show.
Model T Medley
Saturday and Sunday 11:45am, 2:30pm, (plus 5:30pm Saturday)
The Greenfield Singers perform a 10-minute music medley with a dash of Model T humor
Presented by Ford Motor Company
Near Scotch Settlement School
The Disagreeable Customer
Saturday and Sunday 11:30am, 12:15pm, 1:15pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm
Shopkeeper J.R. Jones has his hands full in this charming 10-minute show as he waits on pompous Mrs. Cleveland.
Tales from Huck Finn
Saturday and Sunday 11:15 am, 12:00 pm, 1:15 pm, 2:45 pm
Meet Huckleberry Finn, one of Mark Twain's most beloved characters, and hear a few of his memorable adventures in this 15-minute show.
Near Scotch Settlement School
Saturday and Sunday
10:45am near Richart
1pm and 3:30pm near Scotch Settlement School
The Greenfield Singers perform a special 15-minute medley of song favorites from 1929.
Cole Porter Medley
Saturday and Sunday 11:15am and 3:15pm
Celebrate the beloved music of Cole Porter in this 15-minute medley performed by the Greenfield Singers.
Town Hall porch
Lah-De-Dahs v. TBD
Lah-De-Dahs v. Nationals
MOTOR MUSTER HISTORIANS
Andrew Beckman: Archivist, Studebaker Museum, South Bend Indiana
David Liepelt: Automobile Historian
Marty Bufalini: Broadcaster and Automobile Historian
Bill Porter: Retired Chief of Design, General Motors, Buick, Chevrolet and Pontiac Division
Tom Ross: Bicycle Historian
Bob Strucel: Bicycle Historian
Jim Wagner: Retired Engineer, Ford Motor Company, and Automobile Historian
Roger Wojtkowicz: Engineer, Ford Motor Company, and Automobile Historian
John Lind, Director Detroit Arsenal of Democracy Museum
Driving America: The Henry Ford Automotive Collection
Authors, Matt Anderson and Bob Casey