The flywheelers' 30th annual Antique Engine & Tractor Show opens Thursday at the organization's grounds east of South Haven. The show runs through Sunday.
Along with the antique engine and tractor exhibitors, there will be live music, food, children's events and unique contests such as the valve cover races, flywheel toss and thing-a-ma-jig parade.
There will also be regular demonstrations of a shingle mill and sawmill.
More than 10,000 people typically visit the show every year, Flywheelers' President Pat Ingalls said.
The flywheelers museum grounds are on 68th Street, south of Phoenix Road (County Road 388), about three miles east of South Haven.
Admission is $6, with children under 12 admitted free. On opening day people 62 and older will be admitted for $3.
Campsites are also available.
For more information visit www.michiganflywheelers.org or the organizaton's Facebook page, call 639-2010 or send an email to email@example.com.