UNION GAP, Wash.-- If you're looking for
something to do in Union Gap, they're holding their annual Antique Farm Expo
all this weekend.
Exhibitors will show off all kinds of old
equipment, and feature demonstrations of how they're used, from wheat threshing
to making ice cream.
There's also a flea market you can check
out and train rides for the kids.
Organizers say it's an easy way for
enthusiasts to show off their collections.
"It's a lot of work, but it's a lot
of fun, and it's really rewarding when you talk to the people and stuff and
they say how important it is to them and how much fun they had, and how much
they liked it," said Joe Ruthardt, one of the expo's organizers.
The expo continues tomorrow in Fullbright
Park in Union Gap.
It starts at nine in the morning and ends
at four in the evening.
It's five dollars to get in, and kids
under the age of 12 get in free.