All the fun begins each year in June at the Lewistown Municipal Airport's Annual Fly-In. Hosted by the Central Montana Pilot's Association, the fly-in is held from 7 am to 12 noon and if free and open to the public.
Planes fly-in from around the state and are on display for the morning. A community pancake, sausage and egg breakfast is served from 7 to 11 am with a cost of $8 per person ($4 for kids 12 and under).
The Young Eagles program for children ages 8-18, provides free airplane flights for the youth, and is dependent on weather.
A drawing for a free helicopter ride for three people is offered by Central Air Services - anyone can register.
Other activities and displays may include restored vintage planes by Montana Antique Airplane Association, Border Patrol Helicopter, Experimental Planes, Smokey Bear, and much more! A Flag Ceremony and National Anthem begin the show, with an awards presentation to follow.
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Metis Celebration and PowWow
Immerse yourself in the cultural enchantment of the annual Metis Celebration and PowWow on Labor Day weekend. Celebrate the Native American cultures of Central Montana with native fiddlers, dancers, singers, and crafters throughout the United States and Canada. All converge at the Fergus County Fairgrounds; everyone is welcome.