Pioneer Power Days
Old fashioned power is the focus of the Pioneer Power Days, held annually in June near the Lewistown Airport and hosted by the Central Montana Flywheelers. The event offers the chance to experience history as it was in an early 1900's town.
Highlights of the event include a "slow race" featuring a parade of early model tractors and steam engines, a full blacksmith shop, an early 1900's shingle mill, old time hay balers and rock crushers and other various demonstrations.
Many other things from "the good old days" are featured, including foods ranging from burgers and sausages, to homemade ice cream and fresh baked bread slathered in fresh butter!
Members of The Central Montana Flywheelers and Antique Association, branch No. 51 of the National Early Gas Engine and Tractor Association, sponsor the event.
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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.