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Call for Exhibitors for Antique Engine Jamboree (9/10 East Meredith, NY)

Peg For the 33rd year, Hanford Mills Museum will host the Dan Rion Memorial Antique Engine Jamboree & Powerfest. The popular festival, which will be held on Saturday, September 10, 10-5, features antique tractors, outboard motors, Ford Doodlebugs, hit and miss engines, model steam engines, antique and classic cars, water-cooled and air-cooled gas engines. Highlights from past Jamborees include a 1926 Ahrens Fox Pumper firetruck, a 1910 Indian Motorcycle, a 1925 Fairbanks Morse engine, among others.

Those interested in exhibiting should contact Brendan Pronteau at the Museum, by phone 607/278-5744, or by email Registration forms are also available on the Museum website,, on the Antique Engine Jamboree page.

During the Antique Engine Jamboree, the Museum’s wood-fired steam boiler plant will power horizontal and vertical steam engines. The event also will feature Mill tours, renewable energy exhibits, children's activities, local food, and live music.

Hanford Mills Museum is open 10 am – 5 pm, Wednesdays through Sundays, and on holiday Mondays through October 15. Hanford Mills Museum is located at 51 County Hwy. 12, at the intersection of Delaware County Routes 10 and 12, in East Meredith, NY, 10 miles from Oneonta and 15 miles from Delhi. Children 12 and under are admitted free, as are Museum members.

As one of only a handful of operating water-powered mills, Hanford Mills Museum has earned a place on both the National and New York State Registers of Historic Places. The mission of Hanford Mills Museum is to inspire audiences of all ages to explore connections among energy, technology, natural resources and entrepreneurship in rural communities with a focus on sustainable choices.
For more information, visit or call 607.278.5744.

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