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Big crowds welcome back the CVAA

Antique cars at a antique festival
PHOTO Yvonne Lewis Langlois

Antique cars from different eras shone in the sunshine at the Chateauguay Valley Antique Association’s (CVAA) annual antique tractor pull and exhibition, which returned to Rennie’s Farm in Hinchinbrooke on August 26 and 27. Crowds enjoyed the traditional tractor pulls and consignment auction, as well as the flea market and historical displays of cars, tractors, and machinery. For the first time, the event also included an evening live music show featuring Hemmingford’s Emily Triggs and special guests the Co-Conspirators.

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