Women in Forging Luncheon

Event Date: Wednesday, March 30, 2022 to Wednesday, March 30, 2022


Join us for the first Women in Forging Luncheon on March 30, 2022, following the FIA Safety Conference. The luncheon will take place at the historic Eagle Tavern in Greenfield Village. The event also includes an optional tour of the Henry Ford Museum of Innovation. This is a great opportunity to network and connect with other women in the industry. Funds raised from this event will go to support the Forging Foundation (FIERF).


Location: Eagle Tavern (at The Henry Ford®)

Main St, Dearborn, MI 48124


Date: March 30, 2022


Time: 1:00 p.m. (ET)

Optional Museum Tour: 2:00 p.m. (ET)


Click the red button below to register:



For registration questions, please contact Kathy Edwards by email at kathy@forging.org or phone at (216) 781-6260.


Sponsorship Opportunities:

Promote your business while also supporting FIERF and the Women in Forging Group by becoming a luncheon sponsor. Sponsorships are limited. Click here to view available opportunities.


About Women in Forging:

Women in Forging is a Networking Group created by the Forging Industry Association (and FIERF) to help women in the forging industry connect, network, build relationships, mentor young women and empower females in the forging industry to continue to grow in leadership roles.

For more information about how to get involved, contact Amanda Dureiko at amanda@forging.org or call (216) 781-6260.



Parking is available in several lots surrounding The Henry Ford for $6.00.

Click here to download a parking map.

Note: If participating in the option tour at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, attendees will need to drive themselves to the museum from Eagle Tavern (and park in the lot closer to the museum).


About Eagle Tavern:

This stagecoach tavern was built in 1831 in Clinton, Michigan, 50 miles west of Detroit. Taverns dotted the American countryside during the first half of the 1800s, a period of massive migration, new settlement, and rapid change in a young America. From 1849-1854, farmer Calvin Wood operated this tavern, offering food, drink, and accommodations to travelers who passed through his village.


About the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation:

Step into a world where past innovations fuel the imagination of generations to come. A vibrant exploration of genius in all its forms, Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation allows you to experience the strides of America’s greatest minds while fully immersing yourself in their stories. Step inside the bus where Rosa Parks took a stand by taking a seat. Play pilot as you explore flight innovations, starting with the Wright brothers' achievements, or make yourself at home inside Buckminster Fuller’s circular Dymaxion House. Put yourself in the place of the movers and shakers who blazed the trail to where we stand today. And in doing so, discover your own path.