Milton – Organizers are planning to have heritage come alive this weekend at the fairgrounds.
The Ontario Steam and Antique Preservers Association will be holding the their annual demonstrations of vintage farm equipment so people can remember their heritage.
The highlights of the weekend will include threshing demonstrations, operating saw mills, skills competitions, daily parades, a corn roast every night, a flea market, a country and western talent contest on Saturday night, and crafts.
The event runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Other attractions include tractor pulls, toys, models, and souvenirs.
As well, there were be dozens of rare and unusual tractors, and hundreds of stationary engines and antique cars on display.
For more information, telephone 905-878-3114. The fairgrounds are about 20 minutes away from the Toronto Airport, Mississauga, Burlington, and Cambridge.