FALL OPEN HOUSE

ANTIQUE MACHINERY CENTRE

OPEN HOUSE

September 28, 2019

10:00 am Till 3:00 pm

5077 Country Rd. #10

Visit our working museum of Antique Farm Equipment, snowmobiles, and everything in between. See our new Hit & Miss Grinder display.

Free entrance, free wagon rides, food available.

Lots to see indoors and out.

This is the home of The HOPE AGRICULTURAL HERITAGE CLUB.

5070 Country Rd. 10, village of Canton, Port Hope.

For info call Earl at 905-753-2387 or www.hahclub.com.

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