w/ Corvette Automobiles as this year’s Featured Marque
Roebling Museum and Movin’ On Kruzers Host
the 8th Annual Car Show & Apparatus Muster,
Classic cars, Corvettes, antique and modern fire equipment, and a Toy Making Workshop provided by Home Depot of Hamilton, NJ at one of the region’s largest Car Shows
The Roebling Museum is proud to announce its 8th Annual Car Show, Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 9am- 3pm. Along with a wide array of cars, trucks and rat rods, this year’s show includes the ever-popular Corvette as the featured marque. Antique fire trucks and safety vehicles, a Home Depot Kids Workshop, eight food vendors, and a variety of merchandise vendors will make this year’s event a treat for all who attend.
Teaming up again with the Movin’ On Kruzers car club to put on the show, this year’s judges will awards more than 50 trophies in all vehicle classes! Music throughout the day will be provided by Tom E Tunes. Food vendors include Caramella’s Gourmet Popcorn, Carlito’s Taco Wagon, Four Daughters Franks, Glory Days Tavern, Pots and Pans Mobile Catering, Slab House BBQ, Smylie’s Ice Cream, and Sweet Concessions. A full day of family entertainment is planned, including tours of the museum, the auction of a JAR Company Pattern, and a gift shop featuring t-shirts, toys and other Roebling Museum related memorabilia.
Included in the $5.00 spectator admission to the show is access to the Roebling Museum, which is dedicated to telling the story of John A. Roebling’s Sons Company, the village of Roebling, and the innovations and technological achievements of the family that changed the industrialized world. While at the Car Show, families will have the chance to create a toy at Hamilton Home Depot’s Kids Workshop. This hands-on activity is provided FREE of charge, and is recommended for children ages 5-12. Children ages 12 and under get into the Car Show for FREE. Day-of-only show entry fee is $20 per participating vehicle. Classic and current fire, rescue and service vehicles welcome from all companies and collectors at no charge.
For more information on this and other upcoming Roebling Museum programs, group tours, facility rentals and volunteer opportunities, please call the museum at 609-499-7200 or visit our website at www.roeblingmuseum.org. Follow us on Facebook: Roebling Museum and/or Roebling Museum Car Show, and on Twitter: @RoeblingMuseum. The Museum is located at 100 Second Avenue in Roebling, NJ. Ample parking is available in the Museum lot off Hornberger Avenue, adjacent to the Roebling River Line parking area.
The River Line has a Roebling stop just behind the museum. Visitors are encouraged to take the New Jersey Transit River Line to avoid traffic congestion. The museum is a short walk from the Roebling stop. Visitors are also encouraged not to park on 2nd Avenue, on the residential side of the building. Rain date for this event is Sunday, April 30, 2017.
About the Roebling Museum: Founded in 2007, the Roebling Museum is an industrial history museum focusing on the engineering innovations of John A. Roebling, designer of the Brooklyn Bridge; the wire rope industry he founded; and the history of the company town of Roebling, NJ. The Museum is located in the former gatehouse of the John A. Roebling’s Sons Company steel and wire mill, which produced and erected the cable for the Golden Gate Bridge and the George Washington Bridge. Roebling Museum programming includes a summer STEM/STEAM camp for elementary and middle schoolers, Kids Create! STEM workshops, historic village walking tours, exhibits and public lectures. Learn more online at roeblingmuseum.org. The Roebling Museum received an Operating Support Grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.