Producing events that bring crowds and support the community is what makes the events at the LeMay America’s Car Museum important. This year, they’ve partnered with America’s Automotive Trust (AAT) for four of the ACM’s signature events.

AAT is a not-for-profit organization aimed at celebrating the love affair American’s have had with vehicles and the heritage that these autos transported across decades. They provide financial, marketing, and administrative support to the members of its alliance by hosting a variety of car activities.

“We formed America’s Automotive Trust to ensure that our nation’s automotive legacy is celebrated and cherished,” said AAT President and CEO David Madeira.

The ACM and AAT will be hosting four events together this year, with the fundraising from the events going toward education young adults in car restoration, supporting enthusiast driving events and more.

“The Signature Events we’re planning this year will help us safeguard the future of the collector car industry by providing funding for many enthusiast activities and educational opportunities,” Maderia said.

April 21 – Drive the Blues Away

Live music will light up the night and help drive winter back into submission. Hosted at the LeMay Family Collection Foundation, this event offers local food, craft brews and wines, and good tunes to spring you into summer.

June 3 – Wheels & Heels Annual Gala

This year’s soiree is “Fast & Furious” themed with a live auction, a fireworks display, and more. Enjoy this annual fundraiser and help mark the five-year anniversary of the LeMay!

July 28 – Cars & Cigars

Held at Anderson Plaza at the ACM, the Cars & Cigars event features live music, local spirits to taste, cars to oogle, and (of course) Montecristo Cigars.

Sept. 9 – Summer Ender Fender Bender

Kick off the end of summer with a big and beautiful bonanza. Hundreds of vehicles will cruise into Haub Family Field at the ACM. From two wheels to four wheels, big and small, there’s something for everyone to enjoy, along with a driving tour, food and music (along with good friends).

For more information about the LeMay America’s Car Museum and their upcoming events, please visit www.americascarmuseum.com.

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Deanna Isaacs is a syndicated automotive columnist who graduated from the University of Washington’s Communication department. She enjoys sports cars, two-seaters and long drives where she can annoy the husband.

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