THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
9:30 AM to 5 PM - Ford Museum and Greenfield Village Open, Rouge Plant Tours Available,
             admission fees apply, purchase at Museum entrance.  See special events on this
             date on the museum calendar.
10 AM - Optional 90-Minute Tour of Shinola Factory, Downtown Detroit, 15 People,
             Advanced Signup and Personal Transportation Required - Free  FULL
12:00 to 6 PM - Pick Up Nametags, Tickets, Wristbands, and Program at Museum Welcome
               Center Entrance  (ask for NAWCC Symposium Table)
1:15 PM - 90-Minute Tour, Benson Ford Research Center, 17 People,  $17/person  FULL
1:30 & 3 PM -  90-Minute Tours, Ford Museum Conservation Center, 15 People Each Group,
              $17/person  FULL
 
THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, HENRY FORD MUSEUM
6:15 PM to 10 PM - Private After-Hours  Reception and Strolling Dinner, Cash Bar.
                               Welcome by Bob Frishman (Symposium Chair), Rich Newman
                               (NAWCC Board Chair), and Tom Wilcox (NAWCC Executive Director).
                               Remarks by Ford Museum Senior Curator  Donna Braden.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, GREENFIELD VILLAGE (adjacent to museum)
 9:30  - Village Opens, Free Admission with Symposium Registration
10:00 - Convene at Village Pavilion, Bob Frishman Introduction & Car Clocks Presentation
10:30 - Jessie Swigger
11:15 - Ben Colman
11:45 - Tim & Carrie Kelly
12:15 - Picnic Lunch, included with symposium registration 
 1:00  - Visit Village, Self-Guided
 2:00  - 60-Minute Tour by Curator & General Manager Jim Johnson, 30 People,
            Advanced Signup Required, $17/person  - FULL
 5:00  - Village Closes

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, HENRY FORD MUSEUM, ANDERSON THEATER
 9:30  -  Museum Opens  (wristbands for museum admission will be provided for lunch
             in the museum, not needed for access to Anderson Theater)
10:00 -  Convene, Bob Frishman Introduction
10:15 -  Robert C. Cheney, James Arthur Lecture
11:00 -  Merritt Roe Smith
11:30 -  Johannes Graf
12:15 -  LUNCH, self pay at museum venues
12:45 -  Antiquarian Horological Society Meeting and Presentation by Mostyn Gale
 1:45  -  George de Fossard
 2:30  -  Andy Dervan
 3:15  -  Judy Stropus
 4:00  -  Conclusion of Day’s Program
 5:00  -  Museum Closes

SATURDAY EVENING, EAGLE TAVERN, GREENFIELD VILLAGE
6:00   -  Candlelight Dinner, Cash Bar.   Banquet Speaker Dave Lucsko
             Concluding Remarks by Tom Wilcox, Rich Newman, Bob Frishman
9:00  -   End of Evening Program and 2018 Symposium

                                               Thank you for joining us!

               SCHEDULE

  (parking is free for attendees at the museum and village)

This campus map shows the Welcome Center where we arrive for our events in the Ford Museum, the main entrance to Greenfield Village where we arrive on Friday morning, and the Eagle Security Gate where we enter on Saturday night and proceed to the rear parking lot near the Eagle Tavern.