Roy Open Rodeo
The Roy Rodeo is an annual open rodeo that takes place on Father's Day in Roy, Montana. Roy is located approximately 37 miles NE of Lewistown.
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C.M. Russell Stampede
If you are looking for Montana Entertainment at its best, then come to Stanford, Montana, located in the heart of Central Montana, in July for two full days of fun, sun, wild PRCA Rodeo & Street Dance Entertainment! Two days of western family fun comes from the center of Russell Country at the Fairgrounds located just off of Highway 87 in Stanford.
Lewistown Chokecherry Festival
The first Saturday after Labor Day, central Montana ushers in the return of fall with the annual Chokecherry Festival, held in Lewistown, the geographical center of the state. When the then Governor Stan Stephens came to Lewistown to witness the Festival in 1991, he enjoyed it so much he declared Lewistown the Chokecherry Capitol of Montana.
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.