The BC Farm Museum in Fort Langley will be holding its annual Old & New Day on Sept. 2. There will be plenty of things going on. Since this is the last special day for this season they will be looking for a good turnout - young and old, individuals and families. On display will be old and new tractors, trucks, phones, cameras, books, lamps and many other interesting comparisons.
"See how things have changed in the past 100 years," said Syd Pickerell, president of the nonprofit society that runs the museum.
The farm museum will have many of the small and large engines running and members of the Antique Small Engine Club will be on site with their display of working engines.
This display is always popular with the kids and adults as well.
See the old tomato sorter in action, watch the old egg grader do its thing and help make a length of rope using the antique rope maker.
The folks at the museum will be cooking and selling fresh corn-on-the-cob - always a treat every autumn.
Tim Hortons Community Cruiser will be on site 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. offering up free treats.
The BC Farm Museum is located at 9131 King St. in Fort Langley.
Activities get underway at 10 a.m. and continue until 3 p.m. Admission that day is by donation only.
The volunteer-run museum houses B.C.'s largest pioneer collection. For more information call the farm museum at 604-888-2273.
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