After Kenny Moore, a local farmer and family man passed away in May, his family wanted to continue his legacy through a community show that their father started years back.
The 9th Annual Education of Yesterday Show will take place this weekend starting on Friday night with a kick off benefit concert featuring the local band, Double Cut. On Saturday and Sunday there will be plenty of free educational activities for families to enjoy together.
"We got the thrashers, the hay balers, we've got the old construction machinery that work in the dirt working the same way as the farm tractors, " said Kenny's son, Jeff Moore.
The family will be giving free tractor and train rides and showing off their antique cars and farm machinery, some dating back to the 40's, 50,s, and 60's.
" 90 percent of them probably don't know any of this machinery," said Moore. You know some of the stuff, we try to have little signs or individuals there telling them what it is and giving them some history and background of it. "
The show will take place daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m at Country Crossroads at the corner of State Route 16 and 60 in Dresden. For more information you can contact a member of the Moore family by phone at 740-754-6248.