Images of 2017 by
Beth Hostetler, Photography
Mennonite Heritage and
You can still enjoy a meal on Sat. Aug. 1, 2020 and help support the Mennonite Heritage and Agricultural Museum
The Immigrant House building will still be open to see the Marie and Martha Voth Art Show
2019 Country Threshing Days
Schroeder Barn Open House Sunday Aug. 4, at 2:00 p.m.
The Museum will also sell food in the 1906 Prep School on Saturday.
Come meet us at the 2021
Country Threshing Days
Parade Saturday, down Main St. at 9:30 a.m.
Enjoy a Low-German Meal on Saturday 10:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m.
Mennonite Heritage and Agricultural Museum will serve a Low-German Mennonite meal on Saturday only at the Goessel Elementary School
Serving will start at 10:30 a.m.
Verenika with ham gravy
German Country Sausage
New Years cookies
BBQ Beef sandwiches
New Years cookies
Pop, water, and coffee
2018 Country Threshing Days
Aug. 3, 4, & 5, 2018
Arriving in S-T-Y-L-E
New and old
Dave and crew
Cindy W. wins the Schroeder Barn painting on Sunday
Friday night performance to Benefit the Mennonite Heritage and Agricultural Museum
with a portion going to the Tabor Food Pantry.
A Performance to Benefit the Mennonite Heritage and Agricultural Museum
Visit Images of 2016 CTD taken by A. W. Smith
Greg Claassen and friends entertained the crowd of over 600 on Friday evening.
Images from 2017
Susan N. to celebrate 17 year of ideas for
Uncle Milt's Shed
Susan entertains children at Country Threshing Days while teaching them about the Good Old Days.
2016 Country Threshing Days
Set up is a lot of work.
Uncle Milt's has toys for all ages.
One of the kids projects.
Washing clothes the old fashion way.
Dig in and play.
This table was popular.
Marbles are always fun.
Tables filled with different grains.
Now this is something new.
Aren't they sooo cute.
Taking a break after a long day.
Uncle Milt's Shed was the most fun for kids.
2014-2021 Mennonite Heritage
and Agricultural Museum
Created by Fern Bartel nee Schmidt