New Boston, NH 23 August 2016: The Classic Tractor Expo returns to New Hampshire this August for a full weekend of fun for the whole family. Sponsored by the Northeast Two-Cylinder Tractor Club, the event will take place Friday, August 26 through Sunday, August 28 on the grounds of the Hillsborough County Youth Center, Route 13, New Boston, New Hampshire.
Previously the New England John Deere Expo, the name was changed in order to expand the event and now includes all makes, models and colors of antique tractors.
Antique farm tractors from bygone days will be on display and there will be live equipment demonstrations which are always a crowd favorite. The Expo committee states, “You don’t have to own tractors to enjoy the day as there are various events, food and fun activities to appeal to kids and adults alike.” The event promises to be a fun-filled event for the entire family.
Visitors can go back in time as they view displays showing the evolution of tractors. The working equipment demonstrations will show how the tractors and equipment were actually used by farmers and others through the years. Also planned are tractor games for all ages, parades each day, tractor pulling and a chicken BBQ on Saturday, interesting seminars, a huge raffle area, silent auction and history tours. There will be vendors on hand where there will be parts, toys, clothing, accessories and other items for sale. A huge kid’s fun spot will provide fun for the youngsters with games, activities, farm animals to pet and a sand pile complete with tractors, trucks, buckets and shovels. Plenty of food options will be available.
The event opens Friday, August 26 and runs through Sunday, August 28. Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $5.00 per person; children under 12 are admitted free of charge. There is ample free parking and the grounds are accessible.
Proceeds from the Classic Tractor Expo benefit the non-profit event sponsors and are used to perpetuate the event and provide education of our agricultural heritage.
TRACTORS COME FROM ALL OVER NEW ENGLAND
THE EVER POPULAR EQUIPMENT DEMONSTRATIONS