UNION GAP -- It's been 30 years of pullin', thrashin' and millin', and it's still goin' strong.
This weekend the Central Washington Antique Farm Equipment Expo celebrates its 30th year of parades, demonstrations and exhibits at Fullbright Park in Union Gap.
Activities run from 8 a.m. to dusk Saturday and Sunday.
Along with old farm equipment on display, there will be a daily tractor parade, tractor pulls, wheat thrashing, an operating sawmill, live music, home-baked bread and other food, free train rides for children, a quilting exhibit, flea market and family farm exhibits.
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Admission is $5. Children under 12 get in free.