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Target Family Days
Labor Day, September 7, 2015 (9:30am - 5pm)
Henry Ford Museum was made for family adventures. It’s fun and smart, entertaining and enlightening. Our activities and exhibits are so varied and so diverse that you may just find this the beginning of a family tradition. Bring your family and bring your friends, because on Target Family Days, all of the activities in Henry Ford Museum are absolutely free. And that includes free admission and free parking, too. It’s all thanks to the extraordinary generosity of the Target stores. Live music. Hands-on fun. Dramatic presentations. Make-and-take activities. Maybe even a scavenger hunt. You’ll also find a wide range of season-specific programming. Target Family Days are a chance for entire families to immerse themselves in the ingenious goings-on that have made The Henry Ford one of America's most popular family destinations.
 
Special Programming for Labor Day:
  • Meet Rosie the Riveter!
    Near Made in America
    11:30-2:30
    Rosie is on her lunch break and is eager to meet you and share stories about her job at the aircraft factory.

  • MUSICAL PERFORMANCE
    Dave and Ernestine Hamilton
    Under the DC-3
    11:30-12, 1-1:30 & 2:30-3
    Enjoy the musical artistry of this talented sibling musical duo, Dave and Ernestine Hamilton.
 
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All activities are free of charge and open to the public.
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