Legacy of the Plains Museum is holding its 23rd Annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, September 21st and Sunday, September 22nd. The event starts at 9:00 on both days and costs $5 per person over 12, with 12 and under free.
This year’s highlighted crop is sugar beets, and the festival will feature many pieces of harvest equipment, including a 1944 International M, which will pull a 1948 HM1 beet puller. There will also be hand and horse drawn beet harvest, along with other historic pieces of equipment.
The festival is a family friendly event with free wagon rides; horse, tractor, equipment parade; peddle cars; barrel trains; live music; and a lot of other great activities outside. Food will also be available.
Freshly dug potatoes will be sold for $3 per bag and $5 per bucket.”
Inside the museum, there will be live music, a giant “barn” sale, and “Our Heritage through Food” cookbook will be on sale, along with samples of the desserts from the book.
The exhibit hall will be open and free thanks to exhibit sponsors, Inland Truck Parts, Horizon West Inc, WNCC, B&C Steel, Frank Implement Co., and Frank Parts Co.
For more information, call Legacy of the Plains Museum at (308) 436-1989 or email us at email@example.com.