Antique tractor and engine show to take place in Glendale this weekend
PHOENIX — The 32nd annual Antique Tractor and Engine Show returns to Glendale this weekend, offering people a look at the state’s rich farming history with displays and activities.
Taking place Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at Sahuaro Ranch Park (9802 N. 59th Ave.), the event includes displays of tractors, historic tools and implements, a tractor parade and tractor pulling, as well as hayrides.
Younger farmers can also enjoy activities such as a kids tractor drive, barrel rides and rope tying, according to the official website.
Food vendors and a club store to purchase a shirt or hat are also available, in addition to the silent auction on Saturday that makes a return this year.
Admission for the traditional show format on Saturday costs $5, while a “play day” for club members takes place on Sunday. Both days are open to the public.
Masks are not required for the event, according to the website.