Huron Pioneer Thresher & Hobby Association is celebrating its 57th reunion with the return of the Blyth Steam Show.
Spokesperson Pete Hendricks says the three-day event kicks off Friday with stock and modified lawn mower pulls.
Competition pulls run Saturday, with vehicles ranging from 2,750 pounds, up to 10,000 pounds.
Hendricks says the 57th reunion will feature old and new steam vehicles, to show patrons the evolution of locally-used machinery.
Kids lawn tractor pulls will run Saturday and Sunday, along with chainsaw carving, and live music.
Tickets are available at the gate, and car parking is free.