Almelund Threshing Show Celebrating the Culture of Rural America

Cranking up our engines and getting ready

for the 64th Annual Gathering to be held

August 13 through 15, 2021 



Note to Flea Market Vendors: All money, paperwork, and site

reservations made for 2020 have been transferred to the August 2021 show.



The 2021 show will feature John Deere 2-cylinder and

New Generation equipment.


General membership meetings are currently scheduledfor the second Tuesday of each month

at the show grounds:  April 14, May 12, June 9th and July 14th


The Almelund Threshing Show is Minnesota’s premier outdoor event for classic tractors and old-tyme farming fans.  Vintage equipment is not just on display but actually in use.  There is a children playground with farm animal petting area on site. Largest flea market around – open rain or shine.  Wear good walking shoes.

   Food and beverages are available on site.

Admission is $20 for all three days or $10 per day (MN sales tax included).

Three full days of attractions – including tractor pulls, parades and demonstrations.





Check out the current youth restoration tractor – a 1966 John Deere 1020.

The Almelund Threshing Show is organized by an all-volunteer non-profit group governed by a Board of Directors.

We will be continuing with planned improvements at the showgrounds to make sure that next year’s show is even better.  If you would like to help, please watch the club’s Facebook page to see what we have going on.  Or you can always contact us for more information.

Work days for upkeep of the showgrounds and general building maintenance are currently being held on Saturdays.  Work projects are organized so that appropriate social distancing can be maintained.   If you are available to help, we would love to have you join us.  We start about 8:oo am and finish up late afternoon.  Lunch is provided.   We provide most tools or you can bring your own.

17760 St. Croix Trail, Taylors Falls, MN 55084               Showgrounds: 651-583-2083 (Phone answered on workdays only)

             On Highway 95 about half way between North Branch and Taylors Falls.