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Hawk ‘Farm Show’ offers plenty of entertainment

Annual event is June 11-13 northeast of Wolford

June 4, 2010
Tribune Staff Report

The Dale and Martha Hawk Museum Antique Farm Show enters its third decade of providing quality entertainment to visitors of all ages.

The 21st event will be held Friday, June 11 thru Sunday, June 13 at the museum located northeast of Wolford.

The event features plenty of food, music and activities.

Some of the highlights include sawmill cutting, threshing and blacksmith demonstrations. There are also activities for kids, including classes in the old Nanson School on Saturday, June 12.

Visitors can also tour the many displays throughout the museum, including a number of steam engines and early model tractors.

One of the signature events is the daily parade of tractors which will be held at 4 p.m. This year's featured tractor is Nichols and Shepard Co.-Hart Parr and Oliver.

Fact Box

21st Antique Farm Show

When: June 11-13

Where: Dale and Martha Hawk Museum, four miles east and three miles north of Wolford

Admission: $8; Kids under 12 admitted free

If you go: Bring an appetite since there is a wide variety of food vendors. Also, plan to spend a good part of the day as there is plenty of displays and activities to take in.

There are also plenty of food vendors set up, offering quite a variety of menu items. There are also plenty of goodies and other refreshments.

Friday evening, June 11 there will be a supper serving BBQ ribs beginning at 5:30 p.m. with a talent show and dance to follow at 7 p.m. Entries are still being accepted.

Saturday evening, June 12 features a prime rib supper starting at 5:30 p.m. with the play "Them Orphans" to follow at 7 p.m. A musical jam fest will be held after the play.

Sunday, June 13 includes an all faiths church service at 9 a.m.

Admission for the event is $8 and children 12 and under are admitted free. The museum is located four miles east and three miles north of Wolford.

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