As summer comes to a close, and with the 2019 harvest right around the corner, it's time to once again, celebrate our history and heritage of farming in Iowa...

The 21st annual Northeast Iowa Antique Engine & Power Show, is this Saturday and Sunday at Pioneer Power Acres, 2732 Stanley Avenue, in Fredericksburg.

This year’s featured equipment is “Farmall”. Gates open at 7am...admission is $5, and it's good for both days. Kids 12 and under are free. See antique tractors and equipment on display, along with live entertainment, a flea market and a food stand on the grounds.

Saturday’s activities include:
10am - Outdoor demonstrations - Draft horse demonstrations
11am - Coins in the Corn
Noon-1pm - Gary Freiland - Blue Grass music
1pm - Shelling/Threshing
1pm-3pm - Rope Making
2pm - Bailing & Combining
3pm-4pm - Gary Freiland - Blue Grass music
4pm - Tractor Pull

Sunday's activities include:
10am - Outdoor events
Noon - Coins in the Corn
1pm - Shelling/Threshing
1pm - Kid's Pedal Pull
2pm - Combining/Bailing
2pm - Raffle for a Farmall tractor - drawing for a peddle tractor
2pm - Plowing
2pm-4pm - Good Friends Band - Blue Grass music

Check out all the antique steam engines and vintage tractors and equipment. Plus, other outdoor activities including; horse-drawn wagon rides and kids games.