Gravely tractors and equipment from the 1920s to the present day. Two 40 x 80 tents of exhibits. New and used Gravely parts and used tractors. Very knowledgeable people to answer technical and historical questions. Held in conjunction with the 54th annual Tri-State Gas Engine and Tractor Show. Admission to the host show is $5. Exhibitors are admitted free of charge.
All color tractors and lawn and garden welcome, demonstrations, kids activities
Corner lot between city building and Casey’s Restaurant is the exact location.
Visit the Reunion
“Where Memories are Made” From steam engines, antique cars and trucks, tractors, gas engines, and horses. Maybe your memories are the great food from the North Village to the Log Village or learning how to square dance over at the dance barn. Whatever your memories are this is the place “Where Memories are Made”, Make plans now to enjoy the history of the past at the 2019 Midwest Old Threshers Reunion August 29th thru September 2nd in Mount Pleasant
We’re more than just a tractor show. Your gate fee also gets you access to the following:
Agricultural Museum: Tour an eclectic collection of antiques and artifacts.
Antique autos show: Featuring cars from 1900-1935. This informal gathering of car lovers celebrates the early years of the automobile .
Antique Village: A variety of shops and working displays offer insight into the past, with an emphasis on regional history. Local artisans demonstrate traditional handicrafts, and many of their creations are available for purchase.
Indoor/outdoor flea market: Visit one of the largest flea markets in the Upper Peninsula. Dozens of vendors offer a wide variety of items for sale.
Sunday – Weigh In: 8 – 10 am, Pull starts 11 am
After pull on Sunday there will be a General Membership Meeting with a pot luck after the meeting.
Meat will be provided. Please bring a side dish / dessert to share
Monday – Weigh In: 8 – 9 am, Pull starts 11 am
Our 36th annual Antique Engine and Tractor show will be held Thursday, Sept. 5 through Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019. One of the largest shows of its kind in the state, the event draws hundreds of antique tractors and engines collectors from all over the country. Working displays like the shingle and sawmill, exhibits like the Farm History Building and of course, parades, games, crafts and a huge flea market are all part of the show.
Yearly show featuring Steam Engines, stationary engines, sawmill , molasses making, flea market, kids train rides, tractor/truck pulls, horse farming, blacksmiths, small engines, camping, free parking, tram rides, kiddie tractor pull, horse pulls, walk-on-sled pulls, general store, homemade ice cream, BBQ dinners, lots of food vendors. $8.00 admission all weekend, kids under twelve free.
The Clinton County Corn Festival is a family fun event held the weekend after Labor Day every year! Started in 1977 by the Antique Power Club. It is held at the Clinton County Fairgrounds in Wilmington, Ohio. We feature many activates for all ages! Whether you come for the continuous entertainment on our sound stage, games in our special events area, various tractor and antique displays, crafts and antiques, or THE FOOD it is sure you’re going to have a blast!!
30th annual Goat Days festival with Antique tractor show, tractor pull, tractor parade and more.
Friday, September 6th Tractor ride. Saturday, September 7th Antique auction, FFA tractor driving contest, demonstrations threshing, corn shelling, corn chopping, baling, parade of power. Sunday demonstrations threshing, corn shelling, corn chopping, baling, parade of power Drawing for International Harvester 350 Utility tractor.
Saturday – Weigh In: 1 – 3 pm, Double Tree starts 4 pm, Pull after
Sunday – Weigh In: 9 – 10 am, Pull starts after horse pulls
Parade – Saturday
Our parade is a fun celebration of our small town! Local businesses, bands police/fire departments, clubs and more showcased in the hour long parade through town.
Tractor Pull – Saturday
Come down and cheer on our local competitors in this classic event.
Featuring Allis Chalmers! Celebrating the 36th Annual Threshing Festival!
ALL Tractors Mowers and Vintage Equipment Welcome!
Gates open at 7:00am
Admission $10 for the whole weekend
12 and under is free
$3 discount on admission if you wear your NEW Farming of Yesteryear windmill T-shirt to the show! (Valid for 2019 show only)
The 36th annual Dan Rion Memorial Antique Engine Jamboree and Powerfest will feature antique tractors, hit and miss engines, Doodlebugs, model engines, radio-control boats, as well as cars, pick up trucks, and farm machinery. A 1926 Ahrens Fox NS4 fire pumper will spray water over the Mill pond. Visitors can take a spin around the Museum site on the 1957 Metropolitan Nash Hook and Ladder Fire Truck ride from the Catskill Game Farm. Hanford Mills will be operating its steam boiler and steam engines to operate the mill’s machinery.
In honor of all the Allis Chalmers employees come and see the beautiful equipment your family and friends built! Featuring Allis Chalmers D17, 210, & 220. Additional exciting events:
Wednesday, 9/11 – Tour a building full of E. P. Allis Equipment at The Messer/Mayer Millin Richfield and a tour of the Dilg Collection in Gurnee, Illinois
Thursday, 9/12 – A 30 mile tractor ride from West Allis, Where It All Started” to Union Grove, WI
Friday, 9/13 – An evening GOTO banquet and auction at Brat Stop in Kenosha, WI
Saturday, 9/14 – An evening tractor pull/parades on both Saturday and Sunday
Sunday, 9/15 – Allis Chalmers tractor raffle
Join us on September 12-15, 2019 for the 44th Annual Lanesville Heritage Weekend
3 full days of FREE family fun!
Craft and food booths, Live Music, Mid-way and Helicopter Rides, Festival Parade, Truck & Tractor Pulls, Vintage Farm Machinery and Antique Tractor Exhibits, Contests for all ages and so much more!
Free Parking and Free Shuttle. Free General Admission
Absolutely no pets allowed.
Thanks to all the patrons, volunteers, participants and vendors for helping making 2018 another successful festival!
During this year’s AE&TA show, a sight not seen since the 1920s will exist, the largest assembly of Moline Universal tractors and implements in nearly a century just miles from the Rock Island factory where they were produced! This is a working farm show with live demonstrations showing the versatility of the Universal tractor. All owners are invited to bring their Universals and Moline Plow implements and memorabilia to this once in a century event. Also featuring Case tractors & equipment – all Case owners are invited to bring there equipment to the show. Admission is $5/ day or $10 for the weekend pass.
The Twin Rivers Old Iron Festival will be held September 14 & 15 2019 at the farm site ¼ mile west of Delmont S.D. The festival is held in conjunction with the Kucken Festival. Free admission. Dry camping available.
Arts and crafts and quilt show. Kids pedal pull. Kids sandbox coin scramble. Antique tractor pull. Farm demonstrations. Parade both days. Sawmill. Nondenominational church service on Sunday. Lunch stand. Music. All vintage cars, trucks, tractors and machinery welcome. Contact 605-779-5291 or605-999-3496. Club E-Mail= email@example.com
The Mid-Michigan Antique Machinery Association would like to welcome you to attend our 43rd Annual Mid-Michigan Antique Machinery Association Engine & Tractor Show. We have a large modern kitchen and dining area to serve you. Steamed corn will be available Friday and Saturday evenings and open kettle bean soup will be served Friday and Saturday. We also have a giant flea market and many tractor and engine exhibits for you to explore. Enjoy tractor pulls, sawmill and shingle mill demonstrations, entertainment and parades daily and much more.
Hours: 7:00 AM to Dusk
Our show site is located in Washington Crossing State Park, Titusville NJ. The Days of the Past is actually many shows in one location. It’s a Antique Tractor Show, an Antique Engine Show, an Antique Car and Motorcycle Show, as well as an Antique Equipment Show. The show also included the Central Jersey Antique Truck Show. There is also a large flea market, and many demonstrations of tools and techniques of the “Days of the Past.” So come on out and enjoy the weekend in the park with friends and family!
Our Fall Harvest Festival is a great event to have fun with the whole family! Lots of live demonstrations including a steam powered sawmill, threshing, shingle making, corn shelling, and field demonstrations. We have a market now featuring members of Indiana Grown. We have a kids area and a kiddie tractor pull, antique cars, trucks, and military vehicles and plenty of food and shade available!
Very nice show with around 100 tractors and 25 garden tractors, several Steam Engines, many Stationary and Oil Field Engines, flea market, vendors, saw milk, wheat threahers and much more!
Saturday – Weigh In: 8 – 10 am, Pull starts 11 am (Percentage only)
Sunday – Weigh In: 8 – 10 am, Pull starts 11 am (Double Tree fill in (Distance only)
One of our biggest shows of the year! We will be pressing apple cider, have all of the club’s core equipment functioning such as; the shingle mill, saw mill, threasher, and baler. There will be apples, apple butter, cider, and flour sold. Other demonstrations include blacksmithing and a tractor pull. There will be a daily tractor parade at 1pm, weather permitting.
On site apple butter and apple cider processing for sale. Flea market, craft barn, print shop, wood shop, black smith, antique gas station and cars, live entertainment, food vendors, garden tractor pulls, ice cream store. Antique steam engines and hit & miss engines. Exhibit building and children’s train rides.
Come celebrate the harvest of the the season in a big way! It’s been a Selmi family tradition for more than 60 years, even the 5th generation is starting to join in the fun as have many of you. Do you remember when you were a kid and enjoying all the Autumn family fun, including pumpkins, carving supplies, gourds, squash, cider, apples and more? That tradition continues today. So, bring your kids or grandkids to experience the same fun you had when you were a kid. After all, this time of year, we’re all kids at heart!
Antique tractors, engines and collectibles to exhibit and for sale including toys and more. Antique tractor pull on Saturday.
We will be using old farm equipment & showing how it was used. Machines such as cotton pickers, cane mills, old cotton gin, grist mill, corn binder to cut syrup cane. gathering hay & hand feeding hay baler, making apple cider, making ice cream using antique engine for power, and mush more. Gate admission is $5.00 donation.
Rain Date: November 3
Antique tractor Pull starts @ 11:00 am, pedal pull starts @ 1:00 pm, antique car,truck & tractor show, food & craft vendors, RC airplane show. $10.00 admission / kids under 10 FREE . Fun for the whole family, NO alcohol
The 2020 Theme is “It’s Fair Time!” The Gathering of the Green Conference will include informative technical workshops, lively entertainment, a full vendor hall, interactive and amazing displays, knowledgeable and entertaining speakers, tours at several John Deere factories, various farms, private collections, and more. Girls Gather too! 2020 will include more opportunities for workshops for the women and expanded hospitality.
Registration for Conference and Tours opens October 1, 2019
Hotel reservations available now. See website for hotel listings.
For questions on the 2020 Conference, please email:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text Gathering Information at 563-845-3298.
Be Part of the 2020 Displays!
Planners seeking John Deere equipment from the 1930s – 1970s. (Including associated lines, such as Brillion, Heider, and/or Letz, etc.) Must be willing to bring items to Davenport on March 15-22, 2020. Please contact Ed Vieth at email@example.com or 563-271-3551.
Northeastern Illinois’ largest Steam Exhibition and Tractor Show! See threshing, sawmill, corn shelling, silo filling and stationary baling demonstrations along with flour and corn meal grinding as well as an operating steam shovel. Free rides offered on the PSRR scale model railroad. Live music, wagon rides and other activities. Large Flea Market and plenty of food available including Fays Pork Chop and Chicken Barbeque. Parking Free. Admission just $7, Seniors just $5 on Thursday. Children under 12 free. Steam, Ag Tractor & Garden Tractor Parade Daily at 1:30 PM.
The White River Valley Antique Association (WRVAA) Show takes a step back in time for both farmers and city folk and draws over 18,000 guests each year. This years show will have trucks, over 700 antique tractors, steam engines, horse demonstrations, field demonstrations, hay press, machine shop, wood working shop, threshing, hand dipped candles, sawmill, gristmill, largest flea market in the area, food, ice cream, and much, much more. There is a village with stores, print shop, hardware, working post office, and a bank, all in the early 1900’s. There are many activities planned and this is an event that you will not want to miss.