HISTORIC CARS RETURN FOR HOMECOMING EVENTRICHMOND, Ind. – The Model T Homecoming event returns to Richmond’s Historic Depot District on Saturday, June 4, from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. The event, hosted by the Model T Ford Club of America (MTFCA), will bring together historic car enthusiasts from across the nation to benefit the Model T Museum. The event is free and open to the public. The event will be held at the Model T Museum and will feature a car show of pre-1945 vehicles, a swap meet, Model T-related educational seminars and several family-friendly activities. Participation in the car show is free and open to historic car owners, no pre-registration required. Swap meet vendor spaces are available for $15 each through the MTFCA store. Registration deadline is May 23. According to Chad Budreau, coordinator of the car show, Homecoming allows members of the historic car community to come together, share tips and talk about their vintage cars.“While the Model Ts are at the heart of the hobby, it’s the members that give it a life and a soul,” said Budreau. “The car show is a great tool to attract the public to the event to talk to our members and learn more about the hobby.” Educational seminars will be led by Mark Atkins from 10 – 11 a.m. in the museum Vintage Garage and George Akin from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Paint the Towne meeting room and Scot Rosenthal from 1 – 2 in the main Museum building. Students from Dance Techniques with Cheryl DeLucio dance studio will lead attendees in 1920s dance moves during Dancing with the Cars at 1:30. Additional mechanical demonstrations and the quick assembly of a Model T will take place throughout the day. “Another ‘must see’ this year is a rare, original 1912 Towncar, owned by Jim Finney. Jim is allowing us to showcase this car during Homecoming and we are thrilled to be able to share it with the public,’ added MTFCA Executive Director, Rachel Hughes. “This one-of-a-kind Model T is currently undergoing some restoration work by Scot Rosenthal and he will be bringing it to the event. It’s a chance to see a truly unique Model T outside a Museum setting.” Freshly made ice cream will be on sale from Ullery’s Ice Cream and families can request to ride in a Model T by donation. The Model T Museum will be open for the event from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Admission is by donation. The Model T Museum is located in the Historic Depot District in Richmond, Ind., at 309 N. 8th St. For more information, please call (765) 488-0026 or visit mtfca.com/museum.