The Michigan Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society’s premier Michigan show of year, entitled “Where It All Began,” is moving from its historic home in Algonac to the Charles F. Moore Municipal Boat Harbor in St. Clair, Michigan – due to near-record low water levels. The 28th annual event – one of the top four classic boats in the country – features more than 100 boats and is set for Saturday, June 22, from 9-4 p.m. Some 100 antique and classic boats from all over the U.S. and Canada including the featured models – wooden cruisers. There will be a special exhibit: Fred Moore’s “MASKI II,” a 1929 30-foot Sea Lyon formerly owned by the Colgate family – as in toothpaste. The event expects to see over 2,000 visitors. The Charles F. Moor Municipal Harbor, is located on the beautiful St. Clair River. At 209 South Second Street, St. Clair, MI. There is no cost to attend.