Bring your friends and family to discover country cross roads at the Education of Yesterday Farm Show.
The 10th annual event will be held this weekend at the intersection of state route 16 and 60 in Dresden on Saturday from 10 A.M. until 10 P.M. and Sunday from 10 A.M. until 5 P.M. There will be a large display of tractors, a running saw mill, a full scale train, music entertainment and much more. Event Coordinator Kendra Hindel is excited for this years line-up.
"We’ve got a bad, the Co-Mus String Pickers, blue grass band will play here Saturday at 1P.M. And then we’ve got Doublecut, the country band, that will play here Saturday evening at 7 P.M."
Kenny Moore started the program 10 years ago with a dream and vision to take old antique equipment and teach the children of today what it’s used for and how to restore it. Clarence Sidwell, who helps with the youth restoration, explains how important the donations are.
"One of the big things is the donations. If you have a piece of equipment or a garden tractor that needs to be restored and you wanted to donate it for a project, that would be wonderful."
All admissions are free with the exception of a $10 ticket for Saturday night’s concert featuring the country band Doublecut.