Northern Indiana Power From The Past Kicks Off Today

This was one of the many working displays from last year's Power from the Past show in Winamac.

The 35th annual Northern Indiana Power From the Past kicks off today! Their preview night, featuring HAP’s Chicken Bash, took place yesterday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. ET, sponsored by Boy Scout Troop 229.

Headlining this year’s show is Nashville Country Recording Artist Levi Riggs, and the event features Ford and Fordson tractors and will also exhibit motorcycles from the World of Motorcycles Museum, Inc., in North Judson.

More than 150 vendors will be available for visitors to peruse, as well as a flea market, antiques, and collectibles. Working displays, gas engines, antique tractors, steam engines, garden tractors, horse-drawn wagon rides, a quilt show, and all kinds of other events will also take place at the Winamac Town Park.

There is a $3 gate fee or visitors can pay $9 for a four-day pass. For more information, visit