The Jewell Lions Club will host its 33rd annual Central Iowa Toy Show on Sunday, March 30.
Exhibitors from Iowa and throughout the Midwest annually attend this large show. Over 700 spectators surveyed treasures shared by 55 collectors last year. People may buy, trade, sell or just look at the large variety of farm toys and collectibles.
Agricultural displays, a model railroad, handcrafted items, works by a local artist, NASCAR racing items, cast iron and die-cast farm toys, Hot Wheels cars, Beanie Babies, trains and dolls will be available for perusal.
Several 1/64th scale diorama displays depicting past, present and future farming methods will highlight the show.
Doors will be open from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the South Hamilton High School gymnasium, Jewell. Admission is $5, high school and under youngsters are admitted free. Net proceeds from the event help the Lions Club fund many local, State and International projects. Lunch, complete with homemade pie, will be served all day.