The 9th annual Union County Antique Farm Equipment Show was held Saturday at Union County Fairgrounds and offered entertainment for all ages.
A variety of antique tractors were on display throughout the day and were featured in a “Parade of Power,” during which the driver of each tractor was interviewed about its specifics.
Also on display were quilting exhibits and a farmers memory board — courtesy of the Union County Museum — displaying photos and a continuous slide show of early farming methods. The museum also provided a display of toys dating back 150 years.
Demonstrations at the event included molasses grinding, a black smith, chainsaw art, corn shelling and shucking, dutch oven cooking, saw milling, wood carving, chair making, wood splitting and sausage and lard making.
The event also featured contests such as a ladies and girls frying pan throwing, a men and boys bearing toss and a kids peddle tractor pull.
A variety of farm animals were on display in the 4-H barn along with a pool of shelled corn for children 10 and under to play in.