This past weekend saw the return of Fall Harvest Days at the St. Clair County Farm Museum in Goodells where fans of agriculture's past, antique tractors and other memorabilia of farming history were on display. Area resident Suzanne Srodawa and her husband, John, run a small farm in Merlin Township and brought their children and extended family to the museum. Srodawa told us she learned lots at the event including what might be done if the area lost electricity for an extended time. Farmers of course back at the turn of the century had no electricity. Families like the Srodawas participated in the 3 day event that saw demonstrations on wood carving, saw mill threshing as well as spinning and weaving. Live music was featured along with a watermelon seed spitting contest, barrel train rides and horse drawn wagon rides through the old fashioned village. The St. Clair County Farm Museum looks to provide the public with an understanding of the agricultural heritage of St. Clair County. Fall Harvest Days is presented each year in August.