Auto Racing in Milton
Sat. April 27, 10:30 AM - 12 PM
Milton Municipal Building Community Room, 39 Bombardier Road

Rev up your engines and step into the thrilling world of racing at this race car program! Transport back to the roaring 1960s racing boom and immerse yourself in the rich history of racing in Milton.

➡️ Bill Ladabouche, local author and race car buff, will present the history of racing in Milton and throughout Vermont.

➡️ Meet race car drivers Frank Woodward and Greg Gilbert and see the race cars (weather permitting).

➡️ Touch and see the racing equipment.

➡️ Craft activity for the kids.

➡️ Kids can participate in racing Matchbox cars for a prize.

➡️ Racing themed gift baskets will be raffled off at the library starting Monday, March 25. Tickets can be purchased in the library or at the program, and winners will be drawn at the program. Proceeds benefit the Milton Historical Society and the library.

➡️ Refreshments included.

This program is in collaboration with the Milton Public Library and is for all ages. Registration not required.

Note: Overflow parking will be available at the Cornerstone Community Church across the street.