Antique Farm Power Club    Member dues $20.00 due on Jan 1st
A 501(C)3 Michigan non profit corporation                 Note: Dues mailing address on left column under page links
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 2022 Board of Directors

3 year director: John Wells

President: Mark Scholten

2 year director: Mike Bannink

Treasurer: Gayle Brondyke

Vice President: Vern Scott

1st year Director: Jim Stuart

Secretary: Irv Boerson

                                                                                                                                                             

Welcome!


 

Mission

The Antique Farm Power Club was formed in 1991 by a group of antique farm machinery enthusiasts whose purpose is to stimulate interest in collecting, restoring, preserving, and exhibiting gasoline and oil engines, gas/diesel and steam tractors, power driven farm machinery and any other equipment of historical value. We welcome individuals (men, women and youth) who share our interests to join us.

This club presents an annual show of antique tractors and other farm equipment, trucks and rural antiques on
the site of the Muskegon County Fair Grounds, Fruitport, Michigan. Activities include tractor pulls, Ford Model A swap meet, children's activities, flea market, food vendors, toy displays, sawmill, early days' equipment demonstrations, "valve cover" car derby, tractor/truck parade, bonfire & marshmallow roasting.

31st Annual Antique Farm Power Club Tractor & Engine Show June 9-11, 2022 

31st Annual Antique Tractor and Engine Show

June 9th, 10th, and 11th of 2022 (Thursday, Friday, Saturday)

Opens at 9:00 AM and closes at 5:00 PM

Sponsored by the Antique Farm Power Club

For more info, Go to www.antiquefarmpowerclub.biz

Muskegon County Fairgrounds, 6621 Heights-Ravenna Road, Fruitport, Michigan 49415

Featuring

Tractors: Allis Chalmers/Minneapolis Moline/Silver King

 lawn and garden tractors: Allis Chalmers/ Minneapolis Moline

Gas engines: Maytag

Trucks:  Reo/Diamond T

All makes and models welcome

   Antique Truck Show

The American Truck Historical Society (ATHS).

13th Annual Port City Ford Model A's Swap Mee

5th annual West Michigan CubFest

Garden tractor pulls Friday 7:00 PM

   Antique tractor pulls Saturday 11:00 AM

Kids pedal pull Saturday 11:00 AM

Doodle bugs and Farmall Cub pull all day as needed 

Daily Antique Tractor and Truck Parades 2:00 PM

Barrel train rides all day

 Equipment Demonstrations and Exhibits

Blacksmith

Threshing, Baling, Corn Shelling

Flea market 

Valve Cover Car Races

Circular sawmill

Shingle Mill

Overnight Camping Available. $10.00 per night

Vendors and exhibitors free camping

Food on the grounds

Public is Welcome. $5.00 donation Children under 12 are free

Vendors and exhibitors free

Club Meetings

The club meetings are held  in the Cardinal room in the Ravenna bowling alley in Ravenna, Michigan.   

Meetings are on the 2nd Wednesday of the month   (February through November--no meetings in December and January) with a social hour and dinner at 6 PM and business meeting at 7 PM. We presently have over 180 members.

Individuals and couples who share our interest and mission are invited to join our club.  Dues are $20 per year and due at the first meeting of the year. 

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2022 Calendar of Events

No meeting in January!!!

February    Official website for the Mackinac Bridge Crossing www.mackinacbridgecrossing.com

March 1   Mackinac Bridge participant registration begins

March 3-6  Pioneer Park Days Tractor & Engine show Zolfo Springs, Florida

March 9th   Dinner and Monthly Meeting in the Cardinal room in the Ravenna bowling alley. Dinner at 6:00 Meeting at 7:00

April 13   Dinner and Monthly Meeting in the Cardinal room at the Ravenna bowling alley. Dinner at 6:00 PM, meeting at 7:00                              

April 23   Joint AFPC and 4H Clean up of the Muskegon County Fairgrounds 8:00 am                                                  The Club will provide lunch at noon

May 11    Dinner and monthly meeting in the Cardinal room at the Ravenna bowling alley.  Dinner at 6:00pm meeting at 7:00 pm  NO DINNER WILL BE SERVED

May 14     Annual Plow Day and Potluck at the Clarence Korson Farm, Hall Road, Ravenna, Mi 

 May  14   Mackinac Bridge Rep meeting Owosso Twp hall 11:00 AM

May  25     Planning for Annual Show--in the Cardinal room in the Ravenna bowling alley. Dinner at 6:00 pm. There is no formal Meeting. At 7:00 there will be discussion on Show issues and vendor bag stuffing.

NO DINNER WILL BE SERVED

June 4    Spring lake boat show at Mill Point park 

June 5     Preshow cleanup all day

June 8    Show setup

31st annual Antique Farm Power Club tractor & engine show

           June 9,10 & 11, 2022          

June                Lamont Days tractor and car show

                                                      NO MEETING IN JUNE

July 13    Dinner and Monthly Meeting in the Cardinal room in the Ravenna bowling alley. Dinner at 6:00 pm, meeting at 7:00pm. NO DINNER WILL BE SERVED

July      Mackinac Bridge buddy riders seat pictures due. Last day to register new buddy seats

July      Muskegon County 4H fair kids pedal pull shortly after noon

July      Holton Days kids pedal tractor pull 11:00 AM

August    Coopersville Summerfest kids pedal tractor pull 10:00 AM

August  10     Dinner and Monthly Meeting in the Cardinal room in the Ravenna bowling alley. Dinner at 6:00 pm meeting at 7:00 pm

August   Tractor drive starting at 2 places. Mark Scholten's and Vern Scott's. We will drive to Sam Scholtens east of Grant for lunch. He is also displaying his collection for all to see.

September 10, 2022   NOTE: The crossing is remaining on Saturday per decision by the Mackinac bridge Authority.                                                    

                             15th Annual Mackinac Bridge Crossing of Antique Tractors (Mackinaw City to St.                                          Ignace) Watch for details on the Mackinac Bridge Crossing link on the                                           left side of this page.

September 14th   Dinner and Monthly Meeting in the Cardinal room in the Ravenna bowk\ling alley.  Dinner at 6:00 pm  Meeting at 7:00   (Note:  Election of Officers at this Meeting)

Oct ,           Red Flannel Day parade in Cedar Springs Display tractors at Morley Park. Unload at 5th & Cherry. Parade is at 3:00PM

Oct    Fall color tractor ride. Starts at Mark Scholten's house and we will go to Nunica for lunch at the Crockery Creek Tavern. Leaves from My house at 9:00 AM sharp 

October 12th   Dinner and monthly meeting in the Cardinal room in the Ravenna bowling alley. Dinner is at 6:00 PM and meeting at 7:00 PM

  November 9th Veteran's Recognition  and Final Meeting of the Year--Cardinal room in the Ravenna bowling alley. There will be a short video pertaining to Veterans and pictures of the Veterans after the meeting.

 

 

 

NO DECEMBER MEETING!!!

Club Activities Include:

Spring plow day

Fruitport Memorial Day parade

Spring Lake Boat show

Three Day Annual Exhibitor Show

Mackinac Bridge Crossing

Fall tractor drive color Tour

Charity Drives

Community Service Projects

We are invited to other shows to display tractors

Kids pedal pulls for various communities

 

 

The 15th Annual Mackinac Bridge Crossing of vintage tractors will occure Saturday,September 10, 2022    Leaving Mackinac City, the tractors travel the 5 mile suspension bridge to St. Ignace.  The tractors will remain on display at the Big Bear Arena in downtown St. Ignace after the parade and through Sunday, September 11. Members wishing to participate in the Crossing may register with Mike Bannink or Mark Scholten, Club Coordinators.  Current membership is required.