St. Law. Power & Equipment Museum

St. Lawrence Power and Equipment Museum

OPEN HOUSE

Every 2nd and 4th SATURDAY. JUNE - OCTOBER. 10 AM - 2PM === click for details

Feb. 21, 2018

Email us at .... info@slpowermuseum.com

CLICK ON ANY BOX ON THIS SITE FOR MORE INFORMATION

The working Museum has evolved from the original twelve members of the St. Lawrence Gas & Steam Engine Association founded in 1976. We currently, as of January 2018, have 891 members, 17 junior members and 47 business members that are dedicated to the preservation of antique engines, tractors, related farm equipment and much more. Our members represent 21 States and Provinces that include 250 Municipalities. Here there and everywhere!

The St. Lawrence Power & Equipment Museum is a tax exempt, education corporation, provisionally chartered by the Regents of the State University of New York and is located in Madrid, New York, USA

We are a member of the St Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce.

LOCATION MAP


READ ALL ABOUT THE MUSEUM'S HISTORY HERE and at the "MUSEUM EVOLUTION" BOX BELOW

TWO GREAT ANNUAL MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS EVERY YEAR == FAMILY FUN.

< Our 36th Annual Antique Gas & Steam Engine Spring Exhibition will be held JUNE 9 - 10, 2018.

Our 27th Annual Old Fashioned Harvest Days Exhibition will be held September 1 - 2, 2018.

Our 2018 flyers will be posted a few weeks before each exhibition

Scroll down to "ANNUAL EXHIBITIONS" for last years show reports, flyers and information on both Exhibitions.

view ---- Sept - Oct, 2017 NEWSLETTER ---- print



(((((( CLICK HERE )))))) = To check out or fill out our form for MEMBERSHIPS, DUES and,or, DONATIONS

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An adult individual is $25.00 per calender year and a couple $30.00 per year.

Other options are described lower down on this page.

Dues will run from January 1 until December 31 of each year. New members who join after July 1 of each year be issued the next-year’s membership. To vote at Annual Meetings, the dues must be paid for the year in which such meeting is being held.

Dues help cover the cost of printing and mailing about six yearly newsletters, insurance at any Museum sponsored exhibition and general administration.

Please send dues to .... SL Power Museum -- P.O. Box 400 -- Madrid, N.Y. 13660.

You can also send the dues to any Trustee or give them to the Treasurer at any event or meeting. If you wish to mail your dues, they may be forwarded to the Treasurer or any Trustee listed on the "Museum Trustee" box on the main page of this website.


Remember the benefits of being a member:::

It is your museum, and is supported and operated principally by YOU

YOU elect the Board that manages the Museum and you are building a legacy for yourself, the region, and future generations.

Dues for Junior members (under 18) remain at $5.

You are permitted to help operate, maintain, exhibit, and interpret the Museum’s collection and its facilities.

You will receive newsletters that keep you up to date on what’s happening, just one part of belonging to a very transparent organization.

You help hold the Museum in trust on behalf of the people of New York.

And, of course, we have very cool hats, pins, shirts and jackets.

Those who pay for five years of dues get an extra year free. Pay for 10 years and you get two more.


Effective Janurary 1, 2018 -- MEMBERSHIP DUES OPTIONS

"Standard" DUES are $ 25.00 per year for an individual and $ 30.00 per calender year for a couple.

There are also three Associate Memberships available. [ Non voting ]

A Junior membership (under eighteen years of age) is offered for $ 5.00.

Business Affiliate @ $100.00 per year. The business will be recognized in newsletters and at exhibitions.

Tax Exempt Organization @ $25.00 per year

Information on the NEW MEMBER OPTIONS St.L Power and Equipment Museum, 12/17.

$125.00 for 5 years of Individual membership = ( you get 1 year free)

$250.00 for 10 years of Individual membership = ( you get 2 years free)

$150.00 for 5 years of couple membership = ( you get 1 year free)

$300.00 for 10 years of/couple membership = ( you get 2 years free)

Membership Committee Chaiman, Marcia Oney. reported that as of November 20, 2017 we have 886 voting Members and 17 Junior Members.

When the new Membership rates go into effect, on Jan 1, 2018, the 20 year Membership will be discontinued.

At that time only the one, five and ten year Memberships will be offered.

OPTION STIPULATIONS:

1. No refunds.

2. Payable in one payment - effective when you renew your current membersh

3.After the 5 or 10 year option has expired you can re-up or continue paying on a yearly basis

4. Available to individual voting members only.


Mission Statement

Museum Trustees

Museum Evolution

Concept Map

NEWS - Updates - Meetings

September - October - Newsletter - ^ -

Annual Elections, 2/4/18, New Board of Trustees. SEE BOX TO LEFT.

Updates, Buildings, Equine Pavilion, the latest -scroll down

Early event Pictures

Spring Exhibition 2014

Fall Exhibition 2014

Other Related Local Shows and Activities

Sawmills Thresher and Haypress Tractors - Pull Results EQUIPMENT COLLECTION -- Farm tools, vehicles, sleighs, wagons, engines and MORE

BUILDINGS ==== SATELLITE ORGANIZATIONS

There are 3, + or -, Building descriptions under construction.


=== ANNUAL EXHIBITIONS ===

The 35th Annual Spring Antique Gas and Steam Engine Exhibition will be held JUNE 9 -10, 2018

This Exhibition is held annually at the Museum's Goolden - Mann Farm on State Hwy. 345 in Madrid, NY. FEATURING: Old-time spring planting and plowing, antique engines,Kids' pedal tractor races, machines, tractor parade, horse parade, autos, trucks, and tractors, working saw mill, farm tour. Saturday: antique auction, farm animals, Draft horse pull, Miniature horse pull,great food, and live music.

=== SPRING 2017 SHOW REPORT === As Reported By Roger Austin

Great Weather, Great Crowd, Great Show

The June Exhibition was enjoyed by over 2,000 visitors, exhibitors, volunteers, vendors and competitors. a near record crowd generating near record revenue for the Museum.Great weather, new attractions, yummy food and accommodating volunteers made it a great success. The new Equine Pavilion was a hit. Restored printing presses made souvenir cards for visitors at the Collection Building. More tractors than ever were on display. Mannequins in period dress added “life” to the Carriage Barn. The sawmill and shingle mills fascinated everyone. Chicks hatched in the chicken house. The new pull track had a few wet spots, but all enjoyed the new concession stand nearby. Maple sugar, burgers and fries, pie ala mode, and BBQ chicken fed the multitudes. The school bell rang. Model T’s oogald, tractors plowed, the steamer whistled, and the diesel blew smoke rings. Wagon rides for kids, lots of engines, pigs and bunnies. Who needs more?

SPRING RAFFLE and 50:50 WINNERS == The raffle of the glider from Tractor Supply Company in Massena and the Efco weed trimmer from Evans Farm Repair in Lisbon raised $869. They were won respectively by Sandy Russell and Kelly Lustyik. The 50:50 winners were Allen Chester and Aavik Felt each taking home $211.


Our 27th Annual Old Fashioned Harvest Days Exhibition was held September 2nd - 3rd, 2017

This Exhibition is held annually, on Labor Day weekend, at the Museum's Goolden - Mann Farm on State Hwy. 345 in Madrid, NY. FEATURING: Old-time fall harvesting, Kids pedal tractor pull and races, free horse and tractor wagon rides, antique tractor,draft horse and garden tractor pulls, Antique engines, machines, autos, trucks, tractors and tractor parade, working saw mill, farm tour, farm animals, great food, and live music. AND MUCH MORE! !

=== Fall 2017 SHOW REPORT === As Reported By Roger Austin

Sunny Rainy Old Fashioned Harvests Days

The June Exhibition was enjoyed by over 2,000 visitors, exhibitors, volun-teers, vendors and competitors - a near record crowd generating near-record revenue for the Museum (page 2). Great weather, new attractions, yummy food and accommodating volunteers made it a great success. The new Equine Pavilion (below) was a hit. Restored printing presses made souvenir cards for visitors at the Collection Building. More tractors than ever were on display. Mannequins in period dress added “life” to the Carriage Barn. The sawmill and shingle mills fascinated everyone. Chicks hatched in the chicken house. The new pull track had a few wet spots, but all enjoyed the new con-cession stand nearby. Maple sugar, burgers and fries, pie ala mode, and BBQ chicken fed the multitudes. The school bell rang, Model T’s ooga’d, tractors plowed, the steamer whistled, and the diesel blew smoke rings. Wagon rides for kids, pigs and bunnies, and lots of engines - who needs more?



MUSEUM - OWNED 40 HP A.B. FARQUHAR PORTABLE STEAM ENGINE

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MUSEUM - OWNED 100 HP ANDERSON DIESEL



Best links I have found for old iron !!!

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Harrys Old Iron Site Ads and Message Boards. The undisputed home site for old engine collectors. And Harry hails from New York State originally !

Oldengine.org == WOW Check this out !

Finding Old Iron

THE small engine site. Lots and Lots of data.

Hit N Miss Enterprises Antique Gas Engines. New and used gas engine parts.

Out of Canada comes Leo Wiesers site . Beautiful restoration storys and pics. Great tips under "education".

Miller Tire, Antique Tires


Email us at === info@slpowermuseum.com

Mailing address ..... SLPEM, PO Box 400, Madrid, NY 13660 - 0400

Web Meister, Gary Hargrave. COPYRIGHT 2005 - 2018, Holder St. Lawrence Power and Equipment Museum.