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August 12-14, 2011
Friday 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
"There’s no place better than Butler, Pa. to show your love for Jeep! That’s because Butler is the birthplace of the Bantam jeep, the world’s first jeep.
Butler’s American Bantam Car Company developed, produced and delivered the Bantam model in 1940 in response to the U.S. Army’s request for an all-purpose military vehicle. Nearly 3,000 jeeps were produced at Bantam’s Butler factory in 1940 and 1941.
The first annual Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival will take place August 12-14, 2011. Make plans to celebrate Jeep in the place where it all began. Butler, Pa…birthplace of the jeep."
FRI, AUGUST 12th - 6p.m.
Jeep Parade and Cruise in Downtown Butler
Bring your Jeep and help us create a new Guinness Book of World Record for largest Jeep parade! Jeeps of all makes, models and years are welcome! Advanced registration recommended.
Free magnetic dash plaque for the first 500 Jeeps registered.
See Butler’s Bantam jeep, Military jeeps, Off-Road Jeeps and all other Jeep makes and models.
Visit Downtown Butler merchants for special savings, entertainment and more!
SAT and SUN, AUGUST 13th & 14th
Festival at Butler Co. Fairgrounds
Route 422 just west of Butler
Bring your Jeep to the Jeep Playground! We have a lot of space to play so you’ll experience more off-road fun. Activities are still being planned, but may include three Off-Road Trails (two stock and one modified), Mud Pit, Rock Crawl, Teeter Totter & Balancing Blocks (advance registration suggested)
Off-Road Trail Rides Nearby
Jeep History Exhibits
WWII Jeep encampment featuring more than 20 original Jeeps from the 1940s
Jeep Show ‘n Shine – trophies awarded to 1st – 3rd place winners in 15 categories, plus a few others
Jeep Marketplace – See the latest parts, accessories and more offered by vendors
Professional Off-Road Demonstrations
Outdoor Activities at Camp Bantam
Little Jeepers Playground for kids 12 and under