NEW FOR 2018! Gilmore Car Museum’s all-years Corvette Show and Swap Meet featured more than 270 cars.
The Museum’s Vintage Motorcycle Show is an annual summer event featuring over 250 vintage motorcycles on the show field, a variety of vendors, and over 5,000 spectators who ride in on their motorcycles, making this West Michigan’s largest motorcycle event.
Pint with the Past is the Museum’s annual Beer-Tasting Fundraiser featuring Michigan craft brewers, live music, and of course, the best vintage autos.
Ringing in the New Year at the Gilmore Car Museum! This classy museum event featured an evening of fun and frivolity complete with a wide selection of appetizers, drinks, dancing, a car-themed photo booth complete with costumes and props, a champagne toast at midnight, and a stellar “ball” drop inside the museum!
A howling good time for the entire family, this event geared for kids 12 and under includes truck-or-treating throughout the museum, vintage car rides, and participation from local businesses and organization!
Exhibit Assistance, Video Display: “AJ Foyt: A Legendary Exhibition” April 14 – September 30, 2018
Village Video Conversions – Richland, MI Village Video Conversions provides services to bring the past technology into the modern age, converting old film into a digitized product that can be seen on TV or computers.
Exhibit Sponsor, Michigan Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association: Seasonal exhibit, open April 1 – Nov 30, in the lower level of the Campania Barn.
As car culture developed, Americans became increasingly concerned about safety. Step into our 1950s-era driver education “classroom” and check out how early traffic safety concerns transitioned into the “driver’s ed” we know today.
MDTSEA – Lansing, MI MDTSA has a long and proud history of involvement with Michigan driver and traffic safety and provides materials and resources for both driver education instructors and students.
The Gilmore Car Museum is proud to announce a partnership with the PNC Foundation that will offer an insightful and educational story that predates the Civil Rights era. Decades after the Emancipation Proclamation and the Thirteenth Amendment ended slavery, African Americans continued to suffer unequal treatment, especially in the South. The Jim Crow philosophy discriminated against blacks in nearly every aspect of public life, including travel. Although the roads and highways were free for all to use, doing so was not easy for blacks. The Green Book, written by Victor Green, provided guidance for African American travelers to find safe locations to sleep, eat, shop and purchase gas.
PNC (Kalamazoo, MI) PNC Financial Services Group operations include a regional banking franchise operating primarily in nineteen states and the District of Columbia with more than 2,700 branches, online and mobile services together with 8000 ATM machines, specialized financial businesses serving companies and government entities, and asset management and processing businesses.
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