The Southern Door chapter of the FFA has more presents than Santa's sack this year when it hosts the 14th annual Toy Show on December 1st. Member Kathy Massart says vendors will be on hand to sell to men and women of all ages. Just don't expect trains.
For Massart, organizing the show is a labor of love. She and her husband have a large collection of Farmall toy tractors. Whether you favor red or green and yellow, you'll find what you're looking for at the show. On top of that there is a silent auction and bucket raffles throughout the event. The show runs from 9 AM to 2 PM and is expected to attract roughly 300 visitors.