STERLING TWP.- The annual Howetown Farm Show, scheduled September 30- October 1, is described as a fun and educational show about early American farm life.

There is no admission charged. The outside show is located south of Hamlin and the village of Sterling, along Route 196 at Gas Hollow Road. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday.

See live demonstrations of antique farm equipment, blacksmithing, hit & miss engines, antique wagons, cars, tractors and much more.  Watch as they make homemade ice cream and enjoy a free sample.  Observe the ladies spinning, knitting or quilting.

Tour their replica farmhouse. Free admission and parking. Food will be available for purchase.

From Hamlin take Route 191/196 south and then Route 196 south, passing under I-84 and through the small village of Sterling.

From Exit 17 of I-84, take Route 191 south; turn right onto Spring Hill Road into the village of Sterling and then left onto Route 196 south.

For more information, call 570-595-0452 or 570-650-8302. They are also found on Facebook:
www.facebook.com/Howetown-Farm-Show-301348896608/