The 24th Eliot Antique Tractor & Engine Show will be July 26th - 28th 2019
Featuring Olds Engines and Ford Tractors
Admission is $7 per person, children 12 and under get in free. Plenty of free parking.
Exhibitors click here for member dues
Artisan/Crafter/Vendors - click here for application ( limited spaces )
Fri 8am - 7pm, Sat 7am - 7pm, Sun 7am - 12pm
Join us Friday night for the Pasta Dinner to benefit the Blacksmith Project.
Highlights: Hundreds of tractor & engine displays.
Shingle Mill, Blacksmith Shop, Hildreth Woodsplitter, Large Engines and lots of other farm Demos.
Ladies Skillet Toss, Kids Korner, tractor pulls, kids pedal tractor pulls, live entertainment , Flea Market, Tractor & Engine parts, and so much more for the entire family to enjoy!
Schedule for the weekend:
Friday July 26th
8am -10am Breakfast
8am - Spectator Gates open
8am - Engine, Tractor, machinery displays & demos begin as well as Shingle Mill, Hildreth Woodsplitter, Blacksmith Shop, Large engine demonstrations.
4:30pm �" 6pm Pasta Dinner to benefit Blacksmith & Apple Barn Buildings
Saturday July 27th
7am to 10am �" Pancake Breakfast
8am �" Engine Displays, Shingle Mill, Blacksmith Shop, Hildreth Woodsplitter, Large Engines & more demos begin!
8:03 am Silent Auction begins
9am Ladies Skillet Toss (in pulling area)
9:45am Kids Pedal Tractor Pull ( on the pulling track)
12 noon - Let the Whistles Blow
12:30pm Live Entertainment with Mike Hashem on banjo with the band.
1:00pm Tractor Parade lineup with Parade kicking off at 1:15pm
2:15pm Antique Stone Boat Tractor Pulling starts (break from 4:30-5:29pm)
5:29 pm - Silent auction ends
Sunday July 28th
7am to 10am - Pancake Breakfast
8am �" Engine Displays and Demonstrations begin
9:00am �" Kids Pedal Tractor Pull on pulling track
10am - Antique Stoneboat Pulling begins
11:00am �" Tractor Parade
1pm �" Raffle Drawings
2pm show closes
Directions to RHFM 2077 State Rd, Eliot ME 03903
Take RT236N from I95 5.5 miles. Take a left onto State Rd, we are 1/4 mile down on the right.
Dogs are welcome as long as they are on a short leash, you clean up after them, and you are 100% responsible for their actions.