The Dillon Montana Community Foundation kicked off the first part of Dillon History Days with the June Jubilee. Held at the Depot Park the event includes many family friendly events like a pie eating contest, touch a truck with the local first responders, a car show, and the duck race.
A good old fashioned pie eating contest kicked off today's events as those participating dug into some chocolate cream pies donated by Town & Country Foods of Dillon. Smokey the Bear was on hand to judge the contest as well as lend a hand at the duck race.
kids got to look at police cars, fire trucks, an ambulance and more as first responders were on hand to give kids and even some curious adults tours of the vehicles they use.
A number of vehicles for the 26th annual Auto festival and Cruise were on the lawn. Shined up and ready to impress those walking by was a wide variety of cars, trucks, and other automobiles. This event was sponsored by the White Hat Coalition and Performance Truck & Auto.
At 2 P.M. participants lined the banks of Blacktail Creek to cheer on the plastic ducks in hope that their duck would cross the finish line first and bring them home the $200 prize. This event is a great way to bring the community together and it gets you excited for Dillon History Days.