20th Annual Dauphin Agricultural Heritage Club's Threshing Day
Saturday 01 September 2018 09:00am
Take a trip into the past at the 20th Annual Dauphin Agricultural Heritage Club's Threshing Day, on Saturday, September 1st, one-and-a-half miles north of Dauphin, on Highway 362.
Experience threshing, grain cutting, binder and stooking demos, and a chore horse competition.
There'll be various displays, including vintage machinery, small animals, and antiques.
Plus, take in a farmers' market, live music, and more!
And, at 9 am, start the whole day off right with a pancake breakfast, hosted by the Ethelbert Horse and Beef 4-H Club.
A concession will be available on site.
Admission is only $6 for adults, $2 for students, and free for kids ten-and-under.
Location: One-and-a-half miles north of Dauphin on Highway 362