Some people in Franklin County hope to educate others about life on the farm.
In order to do that, members of the Antique Farm Days Club are holding the Tenth Annual Southwest Virginia Antique Farm Days event.
On Saturday there was a quilting demonstration, container gardening seminar, and a flea market of antiques, engines, tractors and farm related items.
Other activities included: working demonstrations of sawmilling, operating antique diesel engines, blacksmithing, and a tractor parade for kids.
"It's a lot of old antique garden tractors and old machinery that people like to collect and bring down here to show everybody else," said Jim Cooper.
The event started friday and will conclude Sunday.
It's $5 a person.
Children 12 and under are free.