24th Annual Exposition

The 24th Annual Exposition on July 26th and 27th, 2014 features Allis - Chalmers.  The Leduc West Antique Society invites Allis-Chalmers owners to dust off their collections and bring them to the Annual Exposition for the 1,500 plus visitors to the Expostion to view.  A new Allis-Chalmers sign has ben hung in the Town Square in preparation for the largest event of the year.

If you have never attended the Annual Exposition before you are in for a treat.  The cinnamon buns baked in the clay oven at 2:30 p.m. each day create line - ups for the anxious taste testers.  There are a limited number of buns baked each day so first come first serve is the motto. If cinnamon buns aren't your thing then sample one of the pies backed by volunteers in the Leduc West Antique Society kitchen.

The parade is comprised of everything vintage: trucks, tractors, cars, and machinery.  The parade marshall interviews each owner and obtains a history of each vehicle or tractor.  The parade begins at 1:00 p.m. each day.

If your feet get tired, take a trip on the Jigger Train, the barrel train for the younger folk, or pet the animals in the petting zoo.  Thank you to Leduc County for entertaining the young ones in the bouncy house after face painting.  All of these activities are free of charge with the gate admission.

On Saturday evening stay for the chicken supper and the entertainment in the Hooper Building at 7:30 p.m.  Jerry Huck will be rounding out the days festivities.  The Jerry Huck concert is a ticketed event; tickets can be purchased in advance at the Leduc Co-op Ltd. in Leduc, and Hayduk Lumber in Calmar.

We look forward to having you as our guest and telling all of your friends about the amazing time that you had at the Leduc West Antique Society.

 


Leduc West Antique Society was established in 1992 on 80 acres of land west of Leduc. At first it was little more than a trackless swamp but has since been built into a rather impressive pioneer museum.