The Friends of the Dominy Library present ‘200 Years of Agriculture in Central Illinois’ on Saturday, March 28th at 2pm in the White Community Room of the Dominy Memorial Library in Fairbury.
200 Years of Agriculture in Central Illinois features guest speaker Don Meyer. Don is a former Extension Adviser and County Director of McLean County and co-curated the “Farming Gallery” at the McLean County Museum of History.
From hand tools to modern machinery, the program will feature a decade by decade look at the development of farming and agriculture in Central Illinois.
This is a free event and for all ages. Refreshments will be served, plus you could win door prizes from Kilgus Farmstead Country Store and Hoffman’s Little Acres.
200 Years of Agriculture in Central Illinois with Don Meyer at the Dominy Memorial Library – 201 S. 3rd Street, Fairbury.