Our Purpose as an Non-Profit Association

We are a club full of rich history in preserving farming practices of the past for public enjoyment. We seek to educate ourselves and others interested in the rural way of life of years gone by. We do this through restoration, demonstration, and exhibition of machines that helped in the production of goods.

In an effort to further our purpose we gather together as a club to discuss events and our annual show. Our show is put together so we may display our equipment for those who may not have the chance to see antique machinery. We hope you will find our cause a worthy one.

Our association membership is open to anyone of good character who is interested in preserving a past way of life, by restoring or showing bygone tractors, steam engines, equipment or animals.

Important Notices

Attention: 2014 Show has been Cancelled

Sorry for the inconvenience and late notice, however, we have had to cancel the 2014 Tractor Show at the Butler Co Fairgrounds.


S.O.A.T.P.A. is still an active organization, we are just rebuilding our organization. We will have a tractor drive and dinner in October. We will have more information after plans are finalized. Members are welcome to display their tractors at the Isaak Walton Leagues "Day in the Country" on Saturday, August 16th starting at 10am. They are located on 450 Beissinger Rd, Hamilton, Ohio 45013. We are welcome to join the League for a fun day of fishing, black smith demonstrations, hay rides, spaghetti dinner and music.

Memberships will be available at our August meeting (8-12-14) at Ron's Pizza in Camden Ohio 7pm, also during the "Day in the Country" on the 16th, and on the day of the Tractor Drive in October. Remember only members in good standing will be able to join us on the tractor drive, vote in the November Elections (11-18-14) and continue to receive mail/email notifications.

Thank you for the support in the past and we look forward to many more years of sharing our common interest in tractors, farm, and family.