Free Family Fun at the 4th Annual Labor Day Vintage Tractor Fair at the Agriculture Museum in Santa Paula
Join Us for Fun, Games, Animals and Tractor Displays from 10:30am to 1:30pm on Monday, September 5 following the Santa Paula Labor Day Parade
The Museum of Ventura County’s Agriculture Museum is proud to present its 4th Annual Labor Day Vintage Tractor Fair on Monday, September 5th, immediately following the Santa Paula Labor Day Parade. The event begins at 10:30 pm. More than two dozen classic farm tractors from decades past will be displayed by the Topa Topa Flywheelers Club on Railroad Avenue adjacent to the Museum. This celebration also features live music by Santa Paula’s favorite rock and roll band the Cruise Knights, food trucks, and many free activities for children, including a petting zoo from the Aloha Animal Experience, face painting by Fancy Pantz, and old-fashioned games, such as pedal tractor races, potato sack races and the egg toss. There will be exhibits on display inside the museum as well, and crafts for kids to make and take home.
Admission to the fair and the museum, located at 926 Railroad Ave, Santa Paula, is free. The Labor Day Vintage Tractor Fair is sponsored by the Limoneira Company and Ventura County’s Topa Topa Flywheelers.
Inside the Museum, visitors can view exhibits about agriculture in our air-conditioned historic building. Current exhibits are AG Air: Aviation in Agriculture, The Dirt on Tractors, which portrays the evolution of the modern tractor, and paintings by local artist Whitney Brooks Abbott. Kids can climb on a real Oliver tractor and visit the Museum’s active beehive. See if you can spot the Queen bee! For more information, call (805) 653-0323 x 303