Austin’s Threshermen's Reunion and Stampede began with a bang as visitors flocked to the event. Rosalie Beamish, the Vice Chair, expressed joy at the large turnout. 

“The heat has been bothering some people.” She said, “We have been trying to keep everybody cool with lots of food and drinks. We have mega selection down on the grandstand for different food from Mexican to hamburgers to plain old poutine.” 

The event has deep community ties, attracting volunteers from all over who support the local economy. This year, the addition of the International Cockshutt Club expo added an exciting touch. 

The weekend promises more excitement with rodeo performances, children's entertainment, and live music by Kendra Kay and Hicktown. Beamish extended a warm invitation to everyone, highlighting the family-friendly atmosphere with activities for kids. 

With a successful first day, the Threshermen's Reunion and Stampede in Austin is set to be a memorable celebration of heritage and camaraderie. Join the fun and be part of this cherished tradition!