The Port Huron Museum will participate in the “Vintage Tin Invitational” for all who appreciate the first 50 years of automobiles and innovation. Join in for a “Ride Back in Time” in historic downtown Port Huron, as an additional event of the annual Cruise Weekend in the Blue Water area on Sunday June 30, 2013, from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Exhibition Locations include
1904 Carnegie Museum grounds
The restored Ballentine Mansion* – Seventh and Court St.
Atrium Café’ and Gardens – 1519 Military St.
Along Military Street
Court Street Historic District
Some Attractions include
Live music, including jazz
Swing Dance, with Instruction
Historic locations for photos
Refreshments from local eateries
Photo Locations will be available at the Fort Gratiot Light Station (1829); historic gas station (1920’s), Museum, Mansion and Café’, waterfront and garden site locations; throughout historic structures and eateries.
The Port Huron Museum is proud to partner with Rock and Gayle Stevens of the Atrium Café’, volunteer Ed Weischler, Carl and Tricia Moss, the cruise organizers in Fort Gratiot, the City of Port Huron, downtown businesses and volunteers to present this additional event to make the Cruise Weekend a 3-day event for our visitors
Volunteers are needed for this event. Please call Rock Stevens at 810-989-6002 or the Carnegie Center, Port Huron Museum to help out on June 30. Applications for show cars are on the museum website:www.phmuseum.org. Let’s show our visitors our Blue Water Hospitality all weekend long.