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Saturday, September 8 and Sunday, September 9
10 am to 4 pm
The Mid-Lakes Thresheree celebrates steam engines and antique farm equipment, which used to be the way farm work was done in the fields generations ago.
Whether it’s making butter in the Cheese Factory, seeing antique farm machines at work, or an exciting stroll through 25 different interactive historic structures, there’s always something exciting happening at our Thresheree. It’s home to endless discoveries about history, science, art, and nature, and the event weekend is brimming with activities you won’t want to miss!
Admission is $10 for adults, $7 for children age 5 to 17, under age 5 is free. MCHS and MLRI Members are free. Must show Membership card.
The Mid-Lakes Thresheree is made possible with support from Madson's Service, Inc.
Presented in partnership with the Mid Lakes Rustic Iron Club
The Mid-Lakes Thresheree is an immersive experience unlike any other. The event is put on in partnership between the Mid-Lakes Rustic Iron Tractor Club, a non-profit, volunteer run organization, and the Manitowoc County Historical Society, a private 501c3 non-profit museum.
Our groups have a clear goal—to educate the public and future generations with demonstrations of vintage agriculture.
This cooperative effort brings to life Wisconsin’s rich agricultural heritage with popular displays, field demonstrations, and countless activities for visitors of all ages.