The St. Clair County Farm Museum is preparing for its Fall Harvest Days on August 26th – 28th. This is the 38th annual celebration put on by the St. Clair County Farm Museum’s Board, and the weekend will be full of history, activities, and fun.
The St. Clair County Farm Museum is located at Goodells County Park, and they lease their buildings and farmland from the county. They rent the area for the Fall Harvest Days show, and the event is one of the ways they raise money to preserve the museum and its collection.
Fall Harvest Days kicks off on Friday, August 26th with threshing and sawmill demonstrations, and continues throughout the day with wagon rides, lumberjack shows, and food vendors.
Saturday, August 27th includes a Fiber Expo in the exhibit barns, a tractor pull, and a corn hole tournament. Saturday evening the band Blue Ridge will be playing in the beer tent from 6 -9 PM.
The fiber expo continues on Sunday, August 28th, and a special church service will be held in the historic church that sits in the tiny village of the county park. Visitors can also enjoy a pancake breakfast before or after the service.
The celebration concludes with a tractor parade, raffle, and awards ceremony around 4 PM on Sunday.
For more information visit: https://stclaircountyfarmmuseum.org/
Reporting for WGRT – Jessie Wiegand