Approximately 700 people turned out to enjoy a family fun-filled day sponsored by La Porte City FFA Historical & Ag Museum’s Fall Festival. They were treated to a wide variety of entertainment and vendors offering anything from jewelry to pottery to pumpkins and fall décor. Nostalgia reigned supreme as old Oliver, John Deere and Allis Chalmers tractors lined the 500 block of Main. Kids had a busy day with long lines for the pony rides, balloon man, hay-fort, face painting and artist’s easels, as well as petting and feeding animals at Hovick’s Farm Zoo. Contests were offered for pedal tractor pull, nail pounding and chore relays. Those attending also had a chance to tour the new Herb Hake exhibit at the main Museum, watch the Spinners and Weaver’s Guild as they demonstrated how pioneers made fabric, and of course see the new exhibits at the Fire Station and Jail House. All proceeds from the day will go toward the renovation of the 1861 log cabin.