SATURDAY, MAY 27: 

7 am - 4 pm:  Market

7:30 am: Breakfast served in Red Barn (includes Biscuits & Gravy)

9 am - 4 pm: Festival Activities and Crafts on Display - Museum (Anderson Mansion) Tours ($3 per adult & $1 per child age 6-11)

10:30 am: Garden Tractor pullers weigh-in

11:30 am: Garden tractor pullers competition FOR INFORMATION CALL 217-854-2850

Noon - 3 pm: CACTUS RANCH BAND ON STAGE

1:00 pm - Hymn sing at Church 

2:00 pm -  Antique Tractor Parade


SUNDAY, MAY 28:

7 am - 4 pm:  Market

7:30 am: Breakfast served in Red Barn (includes Biscuits & Gravy)

8:30 am: Morning Church Service at Country Church

9 am - 4 pm: Festival Activities and Crafts on Display - Museum (Anderson Mansion) Tours ($3 per adult & $1 per child age 6-11)

10:30 am: Garden Tractor pullers weigh-in

 Noon - 3 pm: THE HARMANS ON STAGE

1:00 pm - Hymn sing at Church 

2:00 pm -  Antique Tractor Parade



Macoupin County Historical Society Festival Schedule

​Other Attractions:

​Magician and Pony Rides

Ham & Beans, Chicken & Noodles, Strawberry & Rhubarb

​Shortcake served in Red Barn

Participation Contacts:

Booths: Kay Vance - 217-627-2851

​Antique Tractors/Machinery - PJ Rosentreter - 217-854-4437

​Gas Engines: Jerry Elliott - 217-854-9284

​Steam Engines: Larry Pitman - 217-854-3431

Blacksmiths: Augie Schmidt - 618-254-9235

​Garden Tractor Pull: Roger - 217-851-5023


2017 SPRING FESTIVAL

MAY 27-28: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

FREE PARKING & ADMISSION

FEATURING: Museum Theme: Before the Internet: typewriters, telephones, writing tools

COME & VISIT OUR:

Huge Craft Show - Toy Show - Antique Tractors - Cars - Antique Machinery - Antique Small

Engine - Horse-Drawn Machinery - Country Church - 1 Room Country Schoolhouse - Country Store -

Blacksmith Shop - Museums full of Macoupin History - Print Shop

Fiber arts demonstrations of basket and rug weaving, blacksmithing, and broom making

The Agriculture Association will be serving food in their Pavillion, featuring BBQ pork burgers and pork chop sandwiches