1. Cars, trucks and motorcycles
The Mennonite Heritage and Agricultural Museum of Goessel will host the Eighth Annual Antique and Classic Car and Truck Show June 20. Vehicles and motorcycles manufactured between 1900 and 1980 in any condition are welcome and will be on display. Six awards will be given: People’s Choice; Best of Show; Second Place in both car and truck divisions; and Third Place in both car and truck divisions.
2. Not just cars and trucks
In addition to seeing the car show, visitors can tour a museum filled with antique tractors and agricultural equipment.
3. A historical village
The museum complex consists of eight buildings, including the Immigrant House and the Turkey Red Wheat Palace. Historic buildings from the community including a one room school have been moved to the museum for preservation and restoration.
If you go
When: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Rain date is June 27.
Where: Mennonite Heritage and Agricultural Museum, 200 North Poplar, Goessel.
How much: Visitors admitted free. Exhibitors charged a $10 fee. Hot dogs and chips will be available for lunch.