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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 2020 Board of Directors

3 year director: John Wells

President: Mark Scholten

2 year director: Michael Wolgamott

Treasurer: Gayle Brondyke

Vice President: Vern Scott

1st year Director: Jim Stuart

Secretary: Glen Lerch

     3rd year director: Jim Stuart                                                                                                                                                       


Meetings of The Antique Farm Power Club are held at the Cronk's Oakridge Restaurant and Conference Center located just South of Newaygo on M 37. We have members from all surrounding West Michigan counties, so car pooling is an option.

Our 28th Annual Antique Tractor and Engine Show will be held at the Muskegon County Fair Grounds, located at 6621 Heights-Ravenna Road in Fruitport, Michigan (just West of Maple Island Road), the second weekend of June 6th, 7th & 8th, 2019.

From Grand Rapids, head west on Interstate 96 to the Nunica Exit, North on Maple Island Road to Heights-Ravenna Road. West to the fairgrounds on the left.

Spring Plow Day - May , 2019

Fall Plow Day - October , 2019


 Annual Vintage Tractor Drive to the Big Rapids Show(38 Miles) TBA  Meet at Deur's Implement on Baldwin Ave at 10:00 am.  For more information, Call Vern Scott, (231)924-4223

12th Annual Mackinac Crossing of vintage tractors will occur on Friday, September 6th, 2019.  Over 1,500 tractors are expected to participate in the crossing of the Mackinac Bridge which connects Michigan's lower and upper peninsulas from Mackinac City to St. Ignace.  Following the Crossing, the tractors will be on display along the beautiful bayside streets of downtown St. Ignace through Saturday, September 8th culminating in a spectacular fireworks show over the Straits that night.  Members wishing to participate may register with Mark Scholten, Club Coordinator.  Membership is required.

 Muskegon County Fairgrounds Click here for Fairgrounds information