Military vehicle event set to take place in Dublin
By: Taylor Kaluza
On June 26 in Dublin, the National Health and Public Safety History Museum is presenting a military vehicle show for the community to enjoy.
The National Health and Public Safety History Museum was originally a traveling museum before it was placed in Dublin. It was founded in 2016 but did not have its grand opening until 2020 around the time COVID-19 first began shutting things down. The museum now has multiple exhibits, and it walks you through the development of health care and emergency care worker’s jobs from earlier in history to the present.
Located at 136 East Blackjack Street in Dublin, TX the museum is partnering with the Arrowhead Chapter of Military Vehicle Preservation Association (MVPA) to put on the historical event.
This will be the first military vehicle show that the museum is putting on and the event will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in downtown Dublin. The vehicles will be placed on the east side of the museum on Grafton Street. There will be free admission to the event and museum tours will be available that day. There will also be food, lodging and shopping available in Dublin all day for tourists to explore Dublin’s historic downtown.
For more information on the event, you can visit their website at nhpsmuseum.org.
If you would like to bring a booth for the event or a military vehicle, you can contact the museum through their website or call them at 254-629-7005.