Greensburg Power of the Past / Aug. 17-21

 Join us for: The 33RD Annual Power of the Past Reunion
Decatur County Fairgrounds Greensburg, Indiana
 Featuring Massey-Harris, Massey Ferguson, and Ferguson Farm Equipment
A very special event this year in conjunction with the reunion is members are also hosting the Indiana Massey Collectors Association State Show as they celebrate the 175th Anniversary of Massey. More than 300 tractors or expected to be on display. All tractors and equipment that are 40 years old or older are welcome at this show. A wide variety of food vendors will also be on hand to make sure guests don’t go away hungry. This is a family-oriented event.
The Greensburg Power of the Past Club is a non-profit organization, founded in 1989, to promote interest in antique tractors.

The organization is able to educate its members and the general public about the historical, technical, and social contributions and impact of these items of the past. One of the goals is to be involved in giving back to the local community. Our main goal is to preserve a part of our heritage for all generations and historians to enjoy.

The Greensburg Power of the Past has become one of Greensburg’s most recognized and well-attended events along with many tourist attractions like the famous Courthouse Tower Tree. There have been many visitors from different parts of the United States and Canada.
“Our main goal is to preserve a part of our heritage for all generations and historians to enjoy,” explained Tom Cherry, board member. Annual membership is only $10 and members come from many other states and areas,
Planned Events:
  1. Musical Entertainment
  2. Fiddle Contest
  3. Tractor Pulls
  4. Horse & Pony Pulls
  5. Parade – Sat. afternoon
  6. Tractor Cruise-in Fri.
  7. Toy Tractor Show
  8. Flea Market

Demonstrations: Threshing / Sawmill / Corn Binding / Corn Threshing / Plowing

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