Greenville Farm Power of the Past to hold 24th anniversary reunion


GREENVILLE—The Greenville Farm Power of the Past will hold its 24th anniversary reunion from July 6 to 9 at the Darke County Fairgrounds.

The group was organized in 1998 in conjunction with the annual Darke County Tractor Pullers event in July.

This year’s event will feature the John Deere Company, and will host the Ohio Two-Cylinder Club Summer Show and the Corn Items Collectors Association.

There will also be exhibits, demonstrations; a large arts, crafts and flea market; special events for kids; special events for women; tractor pulls; a horse pull; delicious food and much more.

The purpose of the Greenville Farm Power of the Past is to preserve and educate others about the historical, educational and mechanical aspects of farming and/or agricultural activities as conducted in earlier times; utilizing machinery, implements, and equipment propelled or powered by animals, steam, and internal combustion engines.

The annual show is held the first weekend of July, and features many machinery displays and demonstrations.

In addition, to the demonstrations and exhibits, there will be a Sunday car show, and lots of fun for the whole family.

For a getaway close to home, stop by the Darke County Fairgrounds during the 24th annual event from July 6 to 9, 2023. The Darke County Fairgrounds are located at 800 Sweitzer, Greenville, Ohio 45331.

For more information and updates, go to Contact the group at or 937-459-6424.