Imagine a perfect warm autumn day with the smell of chili cooking over an open fire; hot dogs grilled over the same fire just the way you like it; apple butter cooking over its own open fire and the smell of just harvested corn. Friends, it doesn’t get any better than this –the 15th Annual Iams Homestead Pioneer Harvest Fest Saturday October October 12, 2013.
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Take a tour of the Iams Homestead Museum and see all the items on display. Don’t miss touring the 1854 barn where you will find antique tools of all kinds, the 1929 Trotwood Trailer, and other display yet to be determined.
For past harvest fests, the Trotwood Fire Department has brought their 1928 Ahrens Fox fire engine and other active fire trucks and rescue equipment. We will have an interactive blacksmith demonstration Of course, we will also have the usual displays of antique tractors, cars, husker shredder demonstration; corn harvesting using a corn binder; buzz saw demonstration; hay rides and many other activities too numerous to mention. Admission is free.