The 29th annual Old-Time Harvest Days took place on Friday and Saturday at the Livingston County Fairgrounds. This event is sponsored by the Livingston County Steam and Gas Association and is focused on preserving the past for the future. Many large garden tractors were displayed, along with dain equipment. Friday was Kid’s Day and about 400 children from Chillicothe and surrounding area schools visited the Old-Time Harvest Days. Students learned about the “old days” through the numerous demonstrations given and got to participate in fun kid’s games and a hay ride. The demonstrations given to the children included: rope making, cider making and corn shelling. Saturday the event hosted the apron show, pedal pull, quilt show, parade of power, tractor rodeo, draft horse pull, entertainment from the peppy promenaders square dance club, entertainment from the Phil Watson Country Band and more. President of the Steam and Gas Association, Mike Williams, said he thought the event went very well and the weather was nice. Williams also said a large section of the bleachers was full for the draft horse pull on Saturday night.