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The Butterfield Threshermen 54th Annual Steam and Gas Engine Show

The Butterfield Threshermen Will Hold Their 54th Annual Steam And Gas Engine Show Saturday And Sunday, August 21-22 At Voss Park On The West Edge Of Butterfield, Just Off Minnesota Highway 60 In Southwest Minnesota. In The Past This Two-day Event Featuring Antique Tractors, Engines, Cars And Machinery, As Well As Pioneer Town And Crafts, Has Drawn Upwards Of 25,000 People.

Admission Is $10 For Adults (Good For Both Days) With Children Under 13 Free. Parking Is Free, And The Shaded Voss Park Campground Near Butterfield Lake Is Available For Camping.

Several Steam Engines And Antique Tractors Will Thresh About 10 Acres Of Wheat And Oats During The Show. Over 250 Antique Tractors, From Rumleys To Hart Parrs, Will Be On Display. Equipment Will Parade Saturday Afternoon At 2:15 Pm, And Sunday At 3:15 Pm Along With Classic Cars And Trucks.

The Featured Equipment On This Year’s Poster Are Cockshutt Tractors And Fairbanks Morse Steam Engines. There Will Be Models Of Both On Display During The 2021 Show.

The Antique Auto Exhibit Will Feature Vintage Scooters And Mini-bikes As A Special Attraction. Visitors Will Enjoy Seeing These Two-wheeled Modes Of Transportation As Well As Other Vintage Cars On Display.

The Show’s Many Attractions Include Wood Cutting By A Sawmill, Lathe Mill, Shingle Mill And Much More. The Voss Park Grove Will Be Loaded With Antique Gas Engines, Big And Small, Not To Mention Scale Models. The Steam Building Houses A Permanent Display Of Stationary Steam Engines. There Will Be An Antique And Out-of-field Tractor Pull Held On Friday Evening At 5:30.

The Pioneer Town Replicates Early Butterfield With A School, General Store, Church, Homestead, Grist Mill, Print Shop, Saddle Shop, Livery And More. Each Has Working Displays Showing How Early Butterfield Thrived. Pioneer Crafts Like Spinning, Weaving, Doll-making And Broom-making Are On-going, And The Many Antique Collections Will Delight All. 

A Feature Attraction Enjoying Its Second Year Is The Construction Corner. Vintage Earth Moving Equipment Can Be Seen Operating In The Demonstrations Area On The South Side Of The Show Grounds. People Of All Ages Will Enjoy Watching This Machinery Do What It Does Best.

Continuous Entertainment On Stage, From Friday Night Through Sunday, Will Feature Outstanding Bluegrass Bands. The Audience Can Watch In Shaded Comfort With A Variety Of Foods Available On The Grounds. Sunday Morning The 9 Am Open Air Church Service Will Feature Some Of The Bluegrass Groups.

August 20 @ 5:00 pm - August 22 @ 5:00 pm
Voss Park
Butterfield, MN United States
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