The public is invited to enjoy the sights and sounds of yesterday as the Rusty Wheels Old Engine Club hosts it 41st annual spring show this Friday and Saturday, June 7 and 8.

According to a press release, the featured tractor this year is the McCormick Deering and the featured engine is the Brownwall.

Exhibits scheduled include:

• Saw mill and shingle mill.

• A 1919 Baldwin Locomotive.

• Plowing demonstration.

• Tractors.

• Engines.

• Miniature train ride for the kids.

• Kids Playground.

• Model Train display.

• Blacksmith craftsmanship.

• Antique vehicles.

• Arts and crafts flea market.

People are invited to bring their lawn chairs and enjoy the Parade of Power and Tractor Pull at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Limited camping is available on the grounds and food will be available, the release said.

The location is six miles south of Harrison on U.S. Highway 65. Call (870) 743-2017 or (870) 743-1511 for more information. The club can also be found on Facebook.

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