LOOKING BACK AT 40 YEARS OF PIONEER CLUB HISTORY!
GATES OPEN: Friday, Saturday & Sunday at 7 AM
ADMISSION: $10 per day, $18 per season pass, $20 camping donation, primitive camping available on grounds. Kids 12 and under FREE (when accompanied by an adult). Pets must be on a leash.
EVENT SPONSORED BY: The Stearns County Pioneer Club (a nonprofit organization)
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION CALL 320-845-7410
-Parade of Tractors 1:30 p.m. Saturday & Sunday
-MORE THAN 400 Tractors on Display
-Over 500 Gas Engines on Display -Big Rope Making Machine in Operation -Threshing Demonstrations
-2 Huge Stationary Steam Engines Running
-Lumber Mill, Shingle Mill & Flour Mill in Operation
-Print Shop in Operation
-Lots of Food and Snacks
-Model Railroad Museum by Central MN Railroad Club
-Burlington Northern Caboose
-Log Sawing Contest sponsored by 98 Country
-Music All Three Days!
-Old Tyme & Country in the Saloon
-Bluegrass in the Red Shed
-Karaoke in Saloon Friday and Saturday Nights 9:00 PM
-Country in the Flea Market Building
-Gospel Singing in the Saloon on Sunday Morning
Pioneer Queen and Pioneer Princess Coronations
-Friday Evening 7 PM in the Saloon
Log Sawing Contest
-Following the Queen Coronation- Sponsored by 98 Country
Bean Bag Tournament
-Saturday 5 PM by the JC Food Stand
"All American Wild West Show"
-Sunday 11:30 AM by Wild Creek Entertainers
-Catholic & Ecumenical Saturday p.m., Sunday a.m.
-Lots of Dealers! Bigger Every Year!
-For Information Call John Achmann 320-573-1996
Arts & Crafts
-Demonstrating Antique Trunk Restoration
-Pioneer Displays in Ladies' Building
-Quilting Tied & Stitched
-Ice Cream Making
Sewing Circle in the Parlor
-Knitting, Crocheting, Tatting & More!
-"Sit down and join the quilters & sewers"
-Share your sewing talents with us! -For more info. contact Loretta VanHeel (320) 845-7247
Looking Back at 40 Years of Pioneer Days History
Chairpersons: Pete Kruger, Paul Noskowiak, and John Peternell
Gas engine feature Sandwich Engine
Feature tractors Orchard and High Crop
Chairperson: Craig Richter