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Yesteryear Farm Show

Dave Brown
Longmont, Colo.

It’s almost that time again – time for the Yesteryear Farm Show at the Dougherty Museum just outside Longmont, Colo. This year’s show will be the 25th anniversary of the Yesteryear Farm Show, and we’d really like to have all you folks come help make the show the best ever!

Beginning Friday, Aug. 27 and continuing through Sunday, Aug. 29, exhibitors will again be at the museum with displays of antique farm equipment, antique tractors, steam traction engines, stationary engines, old cars and trucks, old military equipment, displays of old tools, demonstrations of barrel and bucket making, spinning and weaving by members of the Handweaver’s Guild of Boulder, Colo., square dancing by Calico and Boots, a square dance exhibition team, demonstrations of grain threshing, straw baling with a stationary hay press, a tractor teeter-totter contest, blacksmithing demonstrations, tractor parades, and so on and so forth!

There is always something to see and watch at our show, and it’s open to all exhibitors and visitors alike. Come join in the fun. There is no admission fee, no parking fee, no strings attached! Just show up and have a good time. We do indeed have a very diverse assortment of displays brought to the show by an equally diverse group of people – folks from all walks of life and differing backgrounds, and we’d like to have you join in.

We will have a benefit auction at our show on Saturday Aug. 28 at 4 p.m. This auction is conducted for us by WW Auctions of Fort Collins, Colo. The highlight of this year’s auction will be a restored 1944 John Deere Model A tractor. This tractor has a tricycle front and is hand start. It runs very nicely! In addition, there will be numerous other donated items to sell, too. If you don’t need another tractor, maybe you’ll find something else there you just can’t live without!

Food and refreshments will be available on site.

You’re all invited – bring along a tractor, a hit and miss engine, or whatever related items you wish. Or, if you want to come just to see the show, you’re equally welcome! The Dougherty Museum is approximately 1 mile south of Longmont, Colo., on U.S. 287. You can’t miss it! (And don’t forget to tour the museum while you’re there, too. Here is an excellent opportunity to see restored automobiles – including steam powered relics – antique musical instruments, phonographs, beautifully restored (or original) farm machinery, etc.)

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View our schedule of events online at http://www.theFencePost.com, but don’t rely just on the scheduled events – there is always something to see or do, all day each day of our show.

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

It’s almost that time again – time for the Yesteryear Farm Show at the Dougherty Museum just outside Longmont, Colo. This year’s show will be the 25th anniversary of the Yesteryear Farm Show, and we’d really like to have all you folks come help make the show the best ever!

Beginning Friday, Aug. 27 and continuing through Sunday, Aug. 29, exhibitors will again be at the museum with displays of antique farm equipment, antique tractors, steam traction engines, stationary engines, old cars and trucks, old military equipment, displays of old tools, demonstrations of barrel and bucket making, spinning and weaving by members of the Handweaver’s Guild of Boulder, Colo., square dancing by Calico and Boots, a square dance exhibition team, demonstrations of grain threshing, straw baling with a stationary hay press, a tractor teeter-totter contest, blacksmithing demonstrations, tractor parades, and so on and so forth!

There is always something to see and watch at our show, and it’s open to all exhibitors and visitors alike. Come join in the fun. There is no admission fee, no parking fee, no strings attached! Just show up and have a good time. We do indeed have a very diverse assortment of displays brought to the show by an equally diverse group of people – folks from all walks of life and differing backgrounds, and we’d like to have you join in.

We will have a benefit auction at our show on Saturday Aug. 28 at 4 p.m. This auction is conducted for us by WW Auctions of Fort Collins, Colo. The highlight of this year’s auction will be a restored 1944 John Deere Model A tractor. This tractor has a tricycle front and is hand start. It runs very nicely! In addition, there will be numerous other donated items to sell, too. If you don’t need another tractor, maybe you’ll find something else there you just can’t live without!

Food and refreshments will be available on site.

You’re all invited – bring along a tractor, a hit and miss engine, or whatever related items you wish. Or, if you want to come just to see the show, you’re equally welcome! The Dougherty Museum is approximately 1 mile south of Longmont, Colo., on U.S. 287. You can’t miss it! (And don’t forget to tour the museum while you’re there, too. Here is an excellent opportunity to see restored automobiles – including steam powered relics – antique musical instruments, phonographs, beautifully restored (or original) farm machinery, etc.)

View our schedule of events online at http://www.theFencePost.com, but don’t rely just on the scheduled events – there is always something to see or do, all day each day of our show.

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

It’s almost that time again – time for the Yesteryear Farm Show at the Dougherty Museum just outside Longmont, Colo. This year’s show will be the 25th anniversary of the Yesteryear Farm Show, and we’d really like to have all you folks come help make the show the best ever!

Beginning Friday, Aug. 27 and continuing through Sunday, Aug. 29, exhibitors will again be at the museum with displays of antique farm equipment, antique tractors, steam traction engines, stationary engines, old cars and trucks, old military equipment, displays of old tools, demonstrations of barrel and bucket making, spinning and weaving by members of the Handweaver’s Guild of Boulder, Colo., square dancing by Calico and Boots, a square dance exhibition team, demonstrations of grain threshing, straw baling with a stationary hay press, a tractor teeter-totter contest, blacksmithing demonstrations, tractor parades, and so on and so forth!

There is always something to see and watch at our show, and it’s open to all exhibitors and visitors alike. Come join in the fun. There is no admission fee, no parking fee, no strings attached! Just show up and have a good time. We do indeed have a very diverse assortment of displays brought to the show by an equally diverse group of people – folks from all walks of life and differing backgrounds, and we’d like to have you join in.

We will have a benefit auction at our show on Saturday Aug. 28 at 4 p.m. This auction is conducted for us by WW Auctions of Fort Collins, Colo. The highlight of this year’s auction will be a restored 1944 John Deere Model A tractor. This tractor has a tricycle front and is hand start. It runs very nicely! In addition, there will be numerous other donated items to sell, too. If you don’t need another tractor, maybe you’ll find something else there you just can’t live without!

Food and refreshments will be available on site.

You’re all invited – bring along a tractor, a hit and miss engine, or whatever related items you wish. Or, if you want to come just to see the show, you’re equally welcome! The Dougherty Museum is approximately 1 mile south of Longmont, Colo., on U.S. 287. You can’t miss it! (And don’t forget to tour the museum while you’re there, too. Here is an excellent opportunity to see restored automobiles – including steam powered relics – antique musical instruments, phonographs, beautifully restored (or original) farm machinery, etc.)

View our schedule of events online at http://www.theFencePost.com, but don’t rely just on the scheduled events – there is always something to see or do, all day each day of our show.

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

It’s almost that time again – time for the Yesteryear Farm Show at the Dougherty Museum just outside Longmont, Colo. This year’s show will be the 25th anniversary of the Yesteryear Farm Show, and we’d really like to have all you folks come help make the show the best ever!

Beginning Friday, Aug. 27 and continuing through Sunday, Aug. 29, exhibitors will again be at the museum with displays of antique farm equipment, antique tractors, steam traction engines, stationary engines, old cars and trucks, old military equipment, displays of old tools, demonstrations of barrel and bucket making, spinning and weaving by members of the Handweaver’s Guild of Boulder, Colo., square dancing by Calico and Boots, a square dance exhibition team, demonstrations of grain threshing, straw baling with a stationary hay press, a tractor teeter-totter contest, blacksmithing demonstrations, tractor parades, and so on and so forth!

There is always something to see and watch at our show, and it’s open to all exhibitors and visitors alike. Come join in the fun. There is no admission fee, no parking fee, no strings attached! Just show up and have a good time. We do indeed have a very diverse assortment of displays brought to the show by an equally diverse group of people – folks from all walks of life and differing backgrounds, and we’d like to have you join in.

We will have a benefit auction at our show on Saturday Aug. 28 at 4 p.m. This auction is conducted for us by WW Auctions of Fort Collins, Colo. The highlight of this year’s auction will be a restored 1944 John Deere Model A tractor. This tractor has a tricycle front and is hand start. It runs very nicely! In addition, there will be numerous other donated items to sell, too. If you don’t need another tractor, maybe you’ll find something else there you just can’t live without!

Food and refreshments will be available on site.

You’re all invited – bring along a tractor, a hit and miss engine, or whatever related items you wish. Or, if you want to come just to see the show, you’re equally welcome! The Dougherty Museum is approximately 1 mile south of Longmont, Colo., on U.S. 287. You can’t miss it! (And don’t forget to tour the museum while you’re there, too. Here is an excellent opportunity to see restored automobiles – including steam powered relics – antique musical instruments, phonographs, beautifully restored (or original) farm machinery, etc.)

View our schedule of events online at http://www.theFencePost.com, but don’t rely just on the scheduled events – there is always something to see or do, all day each day of our show.

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