Great Racers Ted and Mary Stahl and the Stahls Automotive Museum will be hosting their annual Veterans Day event Nov. 11, but this year there is an exciting twist Jay Leno will perform at the museum Thursday, November 10, at 7:15 p.m. In fact, there will be three events this year, and it is being called Hat Trick for Heroes to raise funds for Michigans Disabled American Veterans (MI DAV). Lenos performance billed as an evening with Jay Leno will be preceded by a cocktail reception and stolling dinner in the museum starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are still available at www.stahlsauto.com. All proceeds for the DAV will be matched by the Stahl family.
Friday, November 11, will be the annual Veterans Day event at the museum from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Veterans Day event is something Ted Stahl is very proud of, and it is open to all veterans, current service members and all who wish to recognize those who have served our country.
And Saturday, November 12, the third and final event of the Hat Trick for Heroes will be a charity hockey game between Stahl family members and employees and the alumni team of the Detroit Red Wings.
The Stahls Automotive Museum will also be hosting a lunch stop on the 2017 Great Race on Friday, June 30, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Stahls have four teams in the Great Race next year.
One of the local news channels in Detroit did a 4-minute segment on the museum and the gala and you can access that video from the link below:
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