Raise a glass to all things Prohibition for an evening of dancing, hors d'oeuvres, access to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum, a cash bar with period themed cocktails, and accompanying information on Auburn's History during the era. Period dress is encouraged but not required. The Bootlegger's Ball is a partnership between the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Mueum and the Eckhart Public Library featuring their Retro Winter Read, a 6-week reading program encouraging reading about one's community. Order tickets online here, or call 260-925-1444 or 260-925-2414 for more information. Tickets to The Bootlegger's Ball are discounted to museum members.
Alan Leamy Exhibit, Creator of Classics, Now on Display
Imagine the adventures in a motorcar designed for style and speed. Alan H. Leamy, autostylist, was one of the most influencial designers employed at the Auburn Automobile Company in the late Twenties and early Thirties. The Cord L-29, along with the success of the 1931 Auburn - the best-selling car in the Company's history - is a testament to his achievemnt. The temporary exhibit is FREE with museum admission. Also check out the exhibit products in the Museum Store created to commemorate Leamy's impact on auto design.
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