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Yesteryear Farm Show, August 26-28

Dave Brown
Longmont, Colo.

Dave Brown

Mark your calendars – it’s almost time for the Yesteryear Farm Show in Longmont, Colo. Our show is approximately 1-mile south of Longmont on Highway 287 at the Dougherty Museum and our show dates this year are Friday, August 26 through Sunday, August 28.

The Yesteryear Farm Show features working exhibits of antique tractors and machinery, antique cars and trucks, steam engines, stationary engines, grain threshing and straw baling, displays of tools, collections of gadgets of all sorts, blacksmithing, etc. We will also have on hand members of the Handweaver’s Guild of Boulder demonstrating spinning and weaving off and on throughout each day. And on Sunday the 28th at 12:00 p.m., there will be a square dance performance by Calico and Boots, a square dance exhibition team.

There is a lot to see at the Yesteryear Farm Show and all you folks who have an interest are certainly welcome to join in, either as a spectator or a fellow exhibitor. Our show is FREE – there is no admission fee, no exhibitor’s fee, and there is no parking fee. Join the fun – you’ll be glad you came! While you’re here, you’ll also want to tour the Dougherty Museum which contains a fantastic collection of automotive and farm-related items as well as many other diverse items. It’s well worth your time to see it!

The Yesteryear Farm Show is an all-volunteer effort, and each year we conduct a fundraising auction to help fund the show. This auction is conducted for us by W-W Auctions of Fort Collins, Colo., who graciously donate their time and talent to help out. This auction consists entirely of miscellaneous donated items, and each year we have a restored tractor as the featured item. This year’s tractor is a 1936 Case Model L. This is a strong-running tractor, and if you need plenty of power, this the machine for you! You can be the only kid on your block to have a Case Model L!

Food and beverage will be available each day of the show.

Free primitive camping is provided to exhibitors.

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Overnight security of exhibits is provided prior to the beginning of the show for those who want to set up early. Security coverage begins Tuesday night August 23 and continues through Sunday night August 28.

For additional information, please call Harvey Nelson at (303) 776-5171 or Dave Brown at (303) 776-9859.

Hope to see you there!

Here is our schedule of events for the 2011 Yesteryear Farm Show:

Mark your calendars – it’s almost time for the Yesteryear Farm Show in Longmont, Colo. Our show is approximately 1-mile south of Longmont on Highway 287 at the Dougherty Museum and our show dates this year are Friday, August 26 through Sunday, August 28.

The Yesteryear Farm Show features working exhibits of antique tractors and machinery, antique cars and trucks, steam engines, stationary engines, grain threshing and straw baling, displays of tools, collections of gadgets of all sorts, blacksmithing, etc. We will also have on hand members of the Handweaver’s Guild of Boulder demonstrating spinning and weaving off and on throughout each day. And on Sunday the 28th at 12:00 p.m., there will be a square dance performance by Calico and Boots, a square dance exhibition team.

There is a lot to see at the Yesteryear Farm Show and all you folks who have an interest are certainly welcome to join in, either as a spectator or a fellow exhibitor. Our show is FREE – there is no admission fee, no exhibitor’s fee, and there is no parking fee. Join the fun – you’ll be glad you came! While you’re here, you’ll also want to tour the Dougherty Museum which contains a fantastic collection of automotive and farm-related items as well as many other diverse items. It’s well worth your time to see it!

The Yesteryear Farm Show is an all-volunteer effort, and each year we conduct a fundraising auction to help fund the show. This auction is conducted for us by W-W Auctions of Fort Collins, Colo., who graciously donate their time and talent to help out. This auction consists entirely of miscellaneous donated items, and each year we have a restored tractor as the featured item. This year’s tractor is a 1936 Case Model L. This is a strong-running tractor, and if you need plenty of power, this the machine for you! You can be the only kid on your block to have a Case Model L!

Food and beverage will be available each day of the show.

Free primitive camping is provided to exhibitors.

Overnight security of exhibits is provided prior to the beginning of the show for those who want to set up early. Security coverage begins Tuesday night August 23 and continues through Sunday night August 28.

For additional information, please call Harvey Nelson at (303) 776-5171 or Dave Brown at (303) 776-9859.

Hope to see you there!

Here is our schedule of events for the 2011 Yesteryear Farm Show:

Mark your calendars – it’s almost time for the Yesteryear Farm Show in Longmont, Colo. Our show is approximately 1-mile south of Longmont on Highway 287 at the Dougherty Museum and our show dates this year are Friday, August 26 through Sunday, August 28.

The Yesteryear Farm Show features working exhibits of antique tractors and machinery, antique cars and trucks, steam engines, stationary engines, grain threshing and straw baling, displays of tools, collections of gadgets of all sorts, blacksmithing, etc. We will also have on hand members of the Handweaver’s Guild of Boulder demonstrating spinning and weaving off and on throughout each day. And on Sunday the 28th at 12:00 p.m., there will be a square dance performance by Calico and Boots, a square dance exhibition team.

There is a lot to see at the Yesteryear Farm Show and all you folks who have an interest are certainly welcome to join in, either as a spectator or a fellow exhibitor. Our show is FREE – there is no admission fee, no exhibitor’s fee, and there is no parking fee. Join the fun – you’ll be glad you came! While you’re here, you’ll also want to tour the Dougherty Museum which contains a fantastic collection of automotive and farm-related items as well as many other diverse items. It’s well worth your time to see it!

The Yesteryear Farm Show is an all-volunteer effort, and each year we conduct a fundraising auction to help fund the show. This auction is conducted for us by W-W Auctions of Fort Collins, Colo., who graciously donate their time and talent to help out. This auction consists entirely of miscellaneous donated items, and each year we have a restored tractor as the featured item. This year’s tractor is a 1936 Case Model L. This is a strong-running tractor, and if you need plenty of power, this the machine for you! You can be the only kid on your block to have a Case Model L!

Food and beverage will be available each day of the show.

Free primitive camping is provided to exhibitors.

Overnight security of exhibits is provided prior to the beginning of the show for those who want to set up early. Security coverage begins Tuesday night August 23 and continues through Sunday night August 28.

For additional information, please call Harvey Nelson at (303) 776-5171 or Dave Brown at (303) 776-9859.

Hope to see you there!

Here is our schedule of events for the 2011 Yesteryear Farm Show:

Mark your calendars – it’s almost time for the Yesteryear Farm Show in Longmont, Colo. Our show is approximately 1-mile south of Longmont on Highway 287 at the Dougherty Museum and our show dates this year are Friday, August 26 through Sunday, August 28.

The Yesteryear Farm Show features working exhibits of antique tractors and machinery, antique cars and trucks, steam engines, stationary engines, grain threshing and straw baling, displays of tools, collections of gadgets of all sorts, blacksmithing, etc. We will also have on hand members of the Handweaver’s Guild of Boulder demonstrating spinning and weaving off and on throughout each day. And on Sunday the 28th at 12:00 p.m., there will be a square dance performance by Calico and Boots, a square dance exhibition team.

There is a lot to see at the Yesteryear Farm Show and all you folks who have an interest are certainly welcome to join in, either as a spectator or a fellow exhibitor. Our show is FREE – there is no admission fee, no exhibitor’s fee, and there is no parking fee. Join the fun – you’ll be glad you came! While you’re here, you’ll also want to tour the Dougherty Museum which contains a fantastic collection of automotive and farm-related items as well as many other diverse items. It’s well worth your time to see it!

The Yesteryear Farm Show is an all-volunteer effort, and each year we conduct a fundraising auction to help fund the show. This auction is conducted for us by W-W Auctions of Fort Collins, Colo., who graciously donate their time and talent to help out. This auction consists entirely of miscellaneous donated items, and each year we have a restored tractor as the featured item. This year’s tractor is a 1936 Case Model L. This is a strong-running tractor, and if you need plenty of power, this the machine for you! You can be the only kid on your block to have a Case Model L!

Food and beverage will be available each day of the show.

Free primitive camping is provided to exhibitors.

Overnight security of exhibits is provided prior to the beginning of the show for those who want to set up early. Security coverage begins Tuesday night August 23 and continues through Sunday night August 28.

For additional information, please call Harvey Nelson at (303) 776-5171 or Dave Brown at (303) 776-9859.

Hope to see you there!

Here is our schedule of events for the 2011 Yesteryear Farm Show: