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Harvest for Hunger Aug. 24

Mar. 27, 2013 - Planning is underway for Old Tyme Harvest for Hunger, the world's largest harvest bee using antique threshing machines.

On August 24, a 140-acre field of winter wheat just east of Langenburg, Saskatchewan will be harvested using 40 antique threshing machines and steam engines. The wheat will be donated to the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.

The day will be a hub of activity, complete with a corn maze, entertainment, food booths, trade show and harvest demonstrations. Organizers are preparing for more than 5,000 spectators. Families, friends and communities are encouraged to come together to create a magical event showcasing the region's rich agricultural heritage while helping those around the world who are less fortunate.

For more information or to donate, check out www.oldetymeharvest.com or email oldetymeharvestforhunger@gmail.com.

 


March 27, 2013
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