At the last annual meeting a motion was made seconded and carried to encourage members/workers to TRY to dress the part when working the days of the show. This is not a requirement but it would add to the authenticity of the show. A simple button down shirt and overalls/jeans would work fine. Baseball type caps and printed t-shirts did not exist in the late 1800's early 1900's. Costumes of course could be more elaborate if you wish. Have fun with it and please try. Everyone from the gate workers and cooks to the sawmill and threshing crews could play the part and add to the experience for the spectator. Thank You, FRANK J
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