Based on the horrific weather lately, you might expect that I’d be snow-bound and downing unhealthy quantities of hot chocolate. Well, you’d be right about the hot chocolate, but there’s a small window of less horrific weather approaching this Sunday. Just in time for me to head over to Marshfield, Wisconsin, for the 22nd Annual Central Wisconsin Farm Toy Show.
It’s held at the Marshfield High School field house (big gymnasium), so it’s easy to find. The doors open at 9am and close at 3pm. The event is sponsored by the Marshfield FFA and the FFA Alumni, so it’s a good event for an organization certainly worth supporting.
Organizer Mark Vornholt usually has attractions at the show in addition to all of the fine toy dealers. I enjoyed the farm displays on my last trip, but the real vintage tractors resting in the aisles were pretty awesome to see up close.
If you’re suffering from cabin fever, hold on ’til Sunday, Feb. 3 and join us for a very cool event. Here’s the info:
22nd Annual Central Wisconsin Farm Toy Show, Marshfield High School, Admission $2 for adults, ages 10-17 $1, under 10 free. For more information contact Mark Vornholt at (715) 743-7152