Reunion

reunionThe 57th Annual Rock River Thresheree Reunion will be held over Labor Day weekend, August 30th – September 2nd, 2013, at the Rock River Thresheree grounds in rural Edgerton, Wisconsin.

Feature this year of CASE Equipment with special guests The J.I Case Collector’s Association and The Northland Case Collectors Clubs !

Upon arrival at Threshermen’s Park, you will find that parking is free and abundant, as are all our shuttles (seat-filled wagons pulled behind classic tractors). Ride a shuttle to the main entrance gate.

From the gate, ride another shuttle to any location of your choice in the park or get off and enjoy the walk. Our grounds are handicap accessible and we will gladly provide parking lot and in-park transportation for those with special needs at no charge.

Since the Thresheree is an outdoor, rural event, we highly recommend that you wear comfortable shoes and clothing. (Personally, I recommend avoiding white clothing, too, especially if you plan to ride the Cannonball!)

Come see the MASSIVE 110 HP Case Steam Engine, the very rare Case 30-60* gas tractor, a Case 40-72 cross motor gas tractor, multiple Case 20-40 gas tractors and…..over 5 Case automobiles ! ! !

Steam Pile Driver — Steam Traction Engines – Tractors & Implements — Gas, Steam & Model Engines – Sawmill, Gristmill, Sorghum Mill & Shingle Mill in operation all weekend – Blacksmiths — Wheelwrights — Woodcarvers Corn Shelling — Potato Digging — Antique Cars & Trucks — Construction Equipment Display & Demonstrations – Steam Calliope –Tool Displays – Military Displays – Food & Refreshments – Large Flea Market & Craft show of 300+ Vendors — Craft Demonstrations – Drive Your First Tractor (you can drive a real farm tractor!)

Parade of Power-Everyday @ 2 P.M.

Located on Highway M, just off of U.S. 51 between Janesville and Edgerton, Wisconsin. Event open from 8 A.M. – 5 P.M. each day

Admission is only $8 per person; children aged 12 and under get in free. On Friday, senior citizens are admitted for $6.

Free shuttle buses will run from the Milton High School parking lot every 15 mins. Saturday & Sunday. First bus leaves at 7:45 A.M. Last bus to leave the show grounds at 6 P.M.

15 min steam train rides aboard the Rock River Cannonball on a 1.5 mile route around the show grounds. Cost is $4 for adults, children 12 and under $2

Rough Rider Band playing Sunday night from 7-11 P.M.

KC & The Ranger Band playing Monday from 9-3 P.M.

*A little history on the Case 30-60
493 were built between 1912-1916
5 left in the world, (4 in US, 1 in Canada)

Kids activities
Pedal tractor pulls & rides
Sand box
Barrel train
Make your own rope
Pony rides

No dogs allowed unless for medical purpose.