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Midwest Old Thresher's Reunion
Sparked from a discussion that took place in September of 1949, the Midwest Old Thresher’s Reunion at Mount Pleasant was born. Midwest Old Settlers & Threshers Association (MOSTA) was founded in 1950 with the first reunion taking place and drawing large crowds in late September of 1950, to this day having grown to be the largest event of its kind.
The aim of the Reunion is to take a journey back in time to preserve and appreciate the agricultural past of the Midwestern region of the United States. Visitors are also encouraged to tour the Heritage Museums to fully immerse themselves in the history and cultural past of the state of Iowa.
The Midwest Old Thresher’s Reunion is a five-day event ending on Labor Day, and includes exhibits for steam engines, automobiles, a printer’s hall, log village, food and trading posts among many others.
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