The wheels at the MAC went round 'n' round

Visitors to the Museum and Art's Center's second Field Day saw a former president, some classic cars and fiddlers at the festivities Saturday, Aug. 15.

Ron Browning, of Port Angeles, greeted participants as Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt, which he often does for special events around the area.

MAC volunteer Emily Westcott, who dressed in early 20th-century formal garb, gave tours inside the museum's collection space.

Members of the Sequim Valley Car Club brought antique cars and other locals brought logging equipment, bicycles, horse-drawn wagons and more.

Members of the Washington Old-Time Fiddlers played as visitors walked through the museum's grass lot where a new building will be sited.

For next year's third MAC Field Day, organizers request historical, local farm equipment.

Those interested in participating can call the museum at 683-8110 or 681-2557.

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