Collectors and bargain hunters stopped by Pioneer Power’s showgrounds east of Le Sueur for the 42nd Annual Le Sueur County Pioneer Power swap meet and flea market that began today and runs through Sunday, April 29. Vendors from around the country met with pickers and those just passing through to swap and sell goods as large as tractors and as small as cereal box cars. From old farm equipment, engine parts, household appliances, fruits, vegetables, lawn furniture you can find it at the annual spring swap meet.

Threshers Kitchen will be serving fool all three days along with food vendors. The showgrounds are located six miles east of Le Sueur on County Road 26. Admission to the showgrounds is free for the three-day event from 6 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day.

Here's just a few moments from this weekend's event. 

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