Minnesota Valley Antique Farm Power & Machinery Association welcomes you to Heritage Hill - home of the 40th Annual Heritage Hill Threshing Show
Thank You to the thirteen or so lawnmowers, and Carla with the weed whipper that helped make HH look great again. In just over an hour it was all done. See you all in a week or two.
-Dustin Johnson, lawn mowing coordinator
MEMBERS; it is with great disappointment and in the interest of safety that the Board of Directors has voted to cancel our 2020 Show.
4 miles east of Montevideo, MN on Hwy 7
From our President - In 2020, the annual Heritage Hill event changes to the second weekend in June along with the local Fiesta Days. The event will now be known as Heritage Days. The new Heritage Days promise to be a fun-filled weekend for the entire family. The activities provide entertainment for people of all ages and interests, including: a one-room school house, a restored prairie farm house, a 500 horse-power Fairbanks-Morse engine, a chapel, a blacksmith shop, seed cleaning and processing facility, tractor displays, gas engine displays, daily tractor parade, great food in the Threshers’ Kitchen, and much more. You will see and experience things that are almost forgotten in today’s technologically advanced world. Previously the event was held the third weekend in August as an annual Threshing Show.
The tractor feature for the 2020 event is all tractor makes and machinery from the 1960s! So dig out your bobby socks and saddle shoes and join us for a fun time June 19 & 20 at the show site. Also featured for the event is the Allis-Chalmers One-Ninety owned by Chip Grube. There will be a tractor drive Thursday, June 18 also and everyone is invited to join us for that fun ride.
Minnesota Valley Antique Farm Power and Machinery Association is a non-profit 501 (C) (3) corporation which organized in 1981. The organization is dedicated to the restoration, preservation, demonstration and education of agricultural heritage. The organization owns and operates a 35-acre show site located four miles east of Montevideo, Minnesota, on Minnesota Highway 7. The site is better known as Heritage Hill.
Tours of Heritage Hill are available in the spring, summer and fall by request. The facilities are available for various community and family occasions, including reunions, annual meetings, weddings, and other such sizable gatherings.
Heritage Hill enjoys a very friendly and active membership. Volunteers of all ages participate in various events and Heritage Hill always welcomes new members who share in the common interests and goals of the organization. Stop by and spend a pleasant and enjoyable day at Heritage Hill.