(Craig) — When discussing one-cylinder engines, and the machines responsible for the industrial revolution during the turn of the century, Zach Northway of Craig, can’t help but have a twinkle in his eye and broad smile. You can easily see his interest and passion while talking about the engines of a past
era. That is probably the reason why Northway organized the “Power of the Past” show scheduled for Thursday through Saturday at Craig. Northway says people will be able to go back in history and witness the operation of the engines. He says attendees of the show will be educated and entertained.
Northway says the featured attraction is the array of stationary one-cylinder engines that were used for nearly every purpose during the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Northway says his company will offer tours of the manufacturing production, and people will want to visit the museum.
Northway says “The Browns” will provide musical entertainment Saturday evening.
A car show was held Thursday evening during the “Power of the Past” show, and s’mores will be made Friday evening. Northway says a parade is scheduled for Friday and Saturday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. and all events are free admission.
Food vendors are also on hand during the three-day show. Many people may not have realized the town of Craig has a small manufacturing company.
Northway explains the products his company, Fly-wheel Supply, creates and that are shipped around the world.
Northway says Fly-wheel Supply has been in business for more than 15 years.
He says his company manufactures those special one-of-a-kind parts that can’t be found from any other manufacturing company, including all sizes of brass fittings.
The Power of the Past show goes through Saturday evening, with the hours of 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. with free admission.