An outdoor flea market, a tractor pull, sparks show, horse show ring, a Ferrier with his forge and family fun are on the agenda for the Bruce County Heritage Association Steam and Antique Farm Show Aug. 16-18 south of Paisley.
Due to the ongoing concerns and uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the safety of our volunteers, members and participants, the executive board of the Bruce County Heritage Association has decided to cancel the 2021 Heritage Farm & Steam Show. If restrictions are eased significantly in the coming weeks, we will attempt to organize a scaled-down version of the Farm Show later this summer. Please check this site frequently for information on future BCHA activities. Thank you for your understanding and continued support.
All future Membership Meetings are cancelled until further notice.
Decisions on future meetings will be done in consultation with Grey Bruce Public Health.
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Antique tractors, crafts, a flea market, entertainment, a parade and demonstrations of turn-of-the-century farming practices will promote and showcase Bruce County’s rich agricultural history August 17-19 at the 25th annual Bruce County Heritage Farm Show, staged south of Paisley on County Road 3.
Hundreds of Massey-Ferguson and Massey-Harris tractors were the headline attraction of the 20th annual Bruce County Heritage Farm Show.