John Deere tractors were displayed in proud formation to represent the area's agricultural heritage, many of which are still put to work today.
As August comes to an end, the Toledo Cowlitz Prairie Grange Threshing Bee is getting ready to start up. This year marks the 51st year of this annual celebration.
Held at Robert Herren Farm, located three and a half miles North of Toledo on Jackson Highway, this year's event is bound to be loads of fun.
On Friday evening, kicking off the weekend, there will be a tractor parade located at the field. The starting of the Threshing Bee will begin on Saturday, August 29 and ending on Sunday, August 30. At 2 pm each day, a special event is offered for the kids to take part in. Every night from 6 pm to 9 pm, there will be a potato bar for only $7 per person. Every man, woman, and child is invited to this great activity. Charging only $5 for entrance while children 12 and under are free, this
Threshing Bee offers a good time for all.
So grab the family and come to the Toledo Cowlitz Prairie Grange Threshing Bee for a family weekend that is guaranteed to be fun for all.