Where is Hume Auction Farm?
9313 Fourth Line, Milton, ON L9T 2X9
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For a map & directions Visit Steam-Era
Where can I park?
There is free parking on the grounds of the Hume Auction Farm.
Are there activities for the Kids?
Yes! Steam Era is a fun filled day for the entire family! We have many child orientated activities, including Learn to Drive a Tractor, Pony Rides &Games to provide interactive experiences plus Music & Live Family Entertainments. Daily parades of colourful equipment and lots of exciting sights and sounds will entertain visitors of all ages so bring the Grandparents too!
What does the name STEAM ERA mean?
Steam Era refers to the time (early 1900’s to 1950’s) when steam engines were used to make life easier. Before Steam Engines heavy work was done by hand or with horses. People have fond memories from the Steam Era because it was such a positive change to the quality of life. This show celebrates this era by teaching and keeping that feeling alive! Over the years the theme has been broadened to include more than just steam, we welcome the best antique and vintage equipment from over the past 100+ years!
Who can become a member of O.S.A.P.A.?
Anyone! You don’t have to own a tractor or any antiques to join. Some of our members just enjoy coming to the Show, we are always welcome to meeting new friends! See the JOIN OSAPA link in the menu to the left for more information, benefits of becoming a member and a printable membership form.
When are the Members Meetings?
2nd Thursday of each month, except September, in the Puschlinch Hall, Country Heritage Park, 8560 Tremaine Road, Milton, Ontario L9T 1X9
Can I exhibit or camp at the show if I am not a member?
Yes! We are always looking for new members, exhibitors and campers, but membership is not required to participate. Gate admission is free to members & exhibitors.