All ages will come together at the 20th annual Farming Heritage Show this Friday and Saturday.

This year’s show will feature BF Avery, Cletrac, MM and Oliver tractors with a drawing for a fully restored BF Avery. Tickets for the drawing will be available in advance of the show and at the festival.

The Marlow family of Bethel will be honored at the festival for “all they do for the club and community.” John is the historian and vice president for the Shawnee Tractor and Engine Club, the sponsor organization for the show, and Marlene coordinates meals for the meetings and events.

The show will feature demonstrations for belt powered buzz saws, antique threshers, tractor skills and more. There will also be a mens wrench and ladies skillet tosses during the two-day festival.

Kids who attend will also have opportunity for entertainment with rope making, face painting and coloring events all day.

There will be a Parade of Power at 7 p.m., a tractor pull at 8 and a spark show after dark June 15.

The festival has free admission and will be 8 a.m. - 11 p.m. June 15 and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. June 16 at the Shawnee Milling Feed Center. For a full schedule, visit