A word from our sponsors: SEWAPCS Fall Harvest Days is Sept. 12-14 in Union Grove


This year’s raffle tractor, a Allis Chalmers G.

Note: SEWAPCS Fall Harvest Days is a westofthei.com sponsor. — DH

The 23rd Annual SEWAPCS Fall Harvest Days show will be held at the Racine County Fairgrounds in Union Grove, rain or shine Sept. 12-14. Gates open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day ($5 adults, free for children 12 and under). Parking is free.

There will be an antique tractor and truck pull on Friday night. Also, the 5th Annual Root Beer Ride and an Allis Chalmers Tractor Ride will be on Thursday, Sept. 11.

As always, all vintage farming equipment and products are welcome at the show. The 2014 feature is “Allis-Chalmers.”

The Raffle tractor is a Allis Chalmers G.

There is something for everyone. In addition to static displays of antique tractors and equipment, there will be a large display of antique engines, garden tractors, and vintage cars and trucks. Throughout each day there will be threshing, baling, sawmill, shingle mill demonstrations, and homemaking demonstrations, along with lots of activities for the kids. There are also indoor and outdoor flea markets, crafts, and farm toy displays. Many food and drink vendors are on the grounds. There is a big tractor/equipment parade each day of the show. Each year the club raffles off a tractor and a hand–made Amish quilt.

Additional information & vendor forms available at www.fallharvestdays.com .

In addition to the show, SEWAPCS sponsors a number of charities as well as an annual Tractor Ride, July Picnic, Plow Day, and Christmas Party. The club is also active in assisting/supporting other local community events and groups throughout the year, including offering youth memberships. Membership forms are available on the website.

SEWAPCS was organized to preserve the agricultural past. Currently, many members are from Southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois with varied interests from old tractors, gas engines, ”hit–n–miss” engines, farm machinery, toys, crafts, trucks, garden machinery/implements, or anything from the rural days gone by.


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