Events

Below is a list of events that take place on our 374 acres
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The Park is Open to the General Public DURING EVENTS ONLY

2021


34th Annual Antique Engine and Tractor “Swap Meet”

DATE: January 13-14-15-16

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34th Annual Antique Engine and Tractor “Swap Meet”

This is a 4-day show Wednesday – Saturday

A show to buy, sell & swap Engines, Tractors, Parts & Pieces

  • Antique Flywheel Engines and Tractors of every color on Display
  • Running 1914 – 400 hp Snow Engine
  • Functioning Sawmill Demonstrations
  • Antique Construction Equipment Demonstrations
  • Model “T” Put-Together 11am & 3 pm
  • Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls Friday & Saturday 11 am
  • Daily Antique Tractor Pulls
  • Daily Antique Car Parade 10:30 am
  • Daily Antique Tractor Parade 2:00 pm
  • Florida Flywheeler Antique Engine Club Gift shop is open
  • Huge Flea Market
  • Antique Village to wander through

The gates are open from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm


15th Biennial Mike Sharp Tractor Drive Through The Groves
A Benefit For A FFA Chapter

DATE: February 20th

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Biennial Mike Sharp Memorial Tractor Drives & Banquets

Tractor Drive & Banquet Every Odd Year

Banquet Every Even Year

A Tractor Drive & Banquet in memory of Mike Sharp with proceeds benefiting local FFA & 4-H Chapters.

The Biennial Mike Sharp Memorial Tractor Drive through the Groves is every odd numbered year, starts early in the morning at the Florida Flywheelers Park and wanders through the groves to different locations each year.  Lunch is served and everyone drives back through the groves to the park.  Dinner is served at Florida Flywheelers Park during the evening Banquet.  T-Shirts and prizes are passed out. 

On the even numbered years, just the Banquet takes place.

You can purchase just Banquet (dinner) tickets without the Drive.

The first drive happened in February 2005.  Due to Mike’s love of the cable shows, Farm Progress & Agribusiness, with Max Armstrong, he got the idea of a tractor drive and fundraiser for his other love, The Florida Flywheelers.  Mike Sharp and Kevin Savage actually got Max Armstrong to be the Grand Marshall of our first tractor drive. It was a huge success. That first drive was dubbed, Tractor Drive Threw the Eye of the Hurricane, after all the 2004 storms.


29th Annual Antique Engine & Tractor Show

DATE: February 24-25-26-27
Featuring John Deere

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