– Log-handling/loading pageantry, using horses
– Lumber sawing on a 95-year-old sawmill
– Lumber planing
– Shingle and lath making
– Log sawing demonstrations
– Grain threshing
– Horse teams/machinery
– Daily parades
– Gas, steam, and diesel engines (including big upright diesel generators)
– Model engines and machines
– Scale model railroad with steam locomotives
– Tractors
– Vehicles
– Antique tools
– Engines that work
– Grain grinding

Display centers to visit:

– 100-Year-Old Rural Schoolhouse
– Anderson’s Engine Shed
– Auditorium Picture Gallery
– Berge’s Hot-Air Building
– Blacksmith Shop
– Busse Display Building
– Country School House
– Fairbanks-Morse Engine Building
– Hemmerich Logging Memorial Building
– Hines Machinery Building
– Levorsen Logging Memorial Building
– Levorsen Sawmill Engine
– Murray-Corliss 340 horsepower Sawmill Engine
– North Itasca Railroad
– Osage Baptist Church – 1887
– Paulson log house – 1902
– Reid Engine Building
– Sawmill Hill
– Skadsem Engine Building
– Stenseng Engine Building
– Teige Engine Building
– Wallingford’s Store – 1937
– Women’s Activity Building

Daily Scheduled Events:

– Log Handling/Loading
– Lumber Sawing and Planing
– Shingle and Lath Making
– Parades
– Threshing
– Engines and Machinery in Operation
– Broom Making
– And More!

The Food Building and Snack Shack are open all day, in case you get hungry. Be sure to try the delicious corn-on-the-cob!

No pets allowed on showgrounds, except service dogs.

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Osage Baptist Church, moved to the LIRPF showgrounds and completely renovated in 2006–now being used for gospel music and programming during the LIRPF shows!

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