An area show gives people in Northeast Kansas a chance to step back in time.
The 37th annual Meriden Threshers Show started today and runs through Sunday.
The show gives visitors a chance to see how wheat was harvested back in the day.
There are also all kinds of other vintage farm equipment, blacksmithing and tractor pulls.
There are concerts tonight and tomorrow night starting at 8, and a parade on Sunday at 1:30 in the afternoon.
The show is located just east of Meriden on Highway 4.
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