Gov. Terry Branstad is expected to arrive on an antique John Deere bike to help "AMP It Up" for a fundraising drive for the proposed $1.5 million Ankeny Market and Pavilion (AMP), located near the head of the High Trestle Trail at First and Southwest Third streets in the city's historic uptown section. AMP will host the city's weekly farmers market and community and cultural events. "There hasn't been anything like this (in Ankeny) since the band shell. It's the first real facelift for uptown Ankeny in 140 years," Terry Peters, an organizer of the project, said in a news release. About $500,000 has been committed. Deere & Co. contributed $200,000. Other contributors of more than $10,000 include Don and Char Lamberti, Classic Builders, Hy-Vee Inc., Valley Bank, Northwest Bank and the Ankeny Rotary Club. The project has also received a grant from Bravo Greater Des Moines. The event is 7 p.m. Wednesday at Parkview Middle School.