Hickory Corners, Mich. - The Kalamazoo Valley Antique Engine & MachineryClub and Gilmore Car Museum announced plans for the July 2022 return of the popular Tractor Show to the Gilmore’s historic 90-acre campus. The two-day event will feature vintage tractors, organized “tractor parades,” farm machinery displays, and live sawmill and equipment demonstrations. After the event had been held at other locations over the past several years, 2022 will mark the Tractor Show’s return “home” to the Gilmore Car Museum campus, with its spectacular red barns and surrounding corn fields. Further show details and participant registration information will be posted at a later date.
Additional information on the history of the annual Tractor Show can be found on the Kalamazoo Valley Antique Engine & Machinery Club website, at this link: https://www.kalvalleyclub.org
“We’re absolutely thrilled to have the Tractor Show coming home to the Gilmore Car Museum in July 2022,” said Josh Russell, Executive Director of the Gilmore Car Museum. “Our campus here in the Michigan countryside is the ideal location for a tractor and farm show, and we welcome and appreciate the Kalamazoo Valley Antique Engine & Machinery Club’s return to Hickory Corners. ”
About Gilmore Car Museum
The world-renowned Gilmore Car Museum – North America’s largest auto museum with more than 400 vehicles on display -- is located midway between Chicago and Detroit, just 20 minutes north of Kalamazoo, or 45 minutes south of Grand Rapids. The museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, whose mission is to tell the history of America through the automobile. Learn more at GilmoreCarMuseum.org
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