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Antique Tractor Show and Pull

Hear the roar of the engines and see the smoke billow as competitors put the pedal to the metal in tractors representing decades of agricultural history. Putting a historic twist on a popular Wisconsin tradition as part of general admission June 4th


Historic Demonstrations

available on specific days as part of general admission

Composting & Beekeeping

June 4

Break down the art of composting with Sue Krause, owner of Cassville’s Big River Organics. Learn the buzz behind beekeeping with Tammi Droessler, part of the Working Girls Honey team!

Fabric Spinning & Hat Making

June 25

Ewe can try your hand at spinning wool using a wheel with Kris Elis. Mill about with Simone Mauser as she shares the history and techniques of hat making.

Blacksmithing & Hat Making

July 9

It’s hammer time with Hugh McCarron as he showcases the art of blacksmithing. Mill about with Simone Mauser as she shares the history and techniques of hat making. 

Blacksmithing & Fabric Spinning

July 23

Ewe can try your hand at spinning wool using a wheel with Kris Elis. It’s hammer time with Hugh McCarron as he showcases the art of blacksmithing. 

Tintype Photography, Music, & Hat Making

August 13

Strike a pose with Dave Rambow as he demonstrates the art of tintype photography. Folks will enjoy old-time family songs with “Snow on the Mountain.” Mill about with Simone Mauser as she shares the history and techniques of hat making. 

Blacksmithing & Woodworking

August 27

Lumber over to the sawmill for a woodworking demonstration with Dale Moore. It’s hammer time with Hugh McCarron as he showcases the art of blacksmithing.

Fabric Spinning & Hat Making

September 17

Ewe can try your hand at spinning wool using a wheel with Kris Elis. Mill about with Simone Mauser as she shares the history and techniques of hat making. 

Blacksmithing & Farmhouse Cooking

September 24

It’s hammer time with Hugh McCarron as he showcases the art of blacksmithing. Cook up history with Jodi Russell in the 1901 Progressive Farmhouse.

Admission and Events Refund Policy