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Weekend Rundown

Its the last weekend of July seems like summer just barely started. But don't worry we have found a ton of fun things to keep you entertained this weekend. As always if you have an upcoming event feel free to send us an email to so we can ad it to our events page as well as the Weekend Rundown.

Thursday, July 27

Classic Car and Motorcycle Cruise-In The Sheridan Cruise-In is back!

CLASSIC CARS AND MOTORCYCLE - MUSIC - FOOD - FARMERS MARKET AND LOTS OF FAMILY FUN! Come show off your classic cars or motorcycles every Thursday and enjoy an evening in our beautiful town of Sheridan, MT. Whether you are interested in cars or just a passer-by, come hang with us! This is a free event to all. Please pass on the good word and we look forward to lining Main Street with some old time classics!

In case of inclement weather, we will post any changes on FaceBook. Or you can call in at the brewery for update...(406)842-5977.

Music on Main Music on Main is back for another season on the original block between Park and Broadway!! Check out the 2023 schedule! We will be doing $5 in food coupons for the first 60 kids ages 12 and under, sponsored by TDS Telecom. Bring a towel for the kids and bring a lawn chair for yourself! PLEASE, NO pets, NO coolers, and NO backpacks.

Butte Silver Bow County Fair CATCH THE FAIR BUG! - Join us July 27, 28, and 29 at the Butte Silver Bow County Fair!

Animal shows, Magician Jeff Martin - Slightly Amazing - Seriously Funny, 4-H dance, Levi Renz & 406 FMX Freestyle Motocross , Priscilla Block , kids day , cornhole, pie eating contest , cake auction , market animal sale, and HIGH ORE ROAD!

3 days of fun for the entire family!

Priscilla Block concert tickets available at:

PM or comment with any questions!

We hope to see you there!


Friday, July 28

Tai Chi - free classes Tai Chi (tie chee) meets on Tuesdays and Fridays at 9:30 a.m. It is a gentle form of ancient Chinese exercise that was originally developed for self-defense (with rapid moves), but has evolved into what some call "meditation in motion." If you want to reduce stress and anxiety, while increasing flexibility and balance, come join this class. No charge.

Trail Stewardship: Trail Fork Bear Creek Trail Maintenance Join Montana BHA for a weekend of stewardship work as we improve the Trail Fork Bear Creek trail for hunters, anglers, and hikers on the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest near Ennis. Volunteers should expect to join us from 9am on Friday, July 28th to midafternoon Sunday, July 30th. Exact meeting location and weekend details will be sent out to all RSVPs one week in advance. A limited carpool from Missoula and Bozeman will be available.

Volunteers must be in good physical condition as we'll be hiking and covering some elevation to get to the project sites. The trails are used both by recreationists and hunters as the area boasts beautiful views and healthy populations of elk, mule deer, black bears and mountain goats. This is also grizzly country, meaning we'll be working in groups and taking the necessary precautions.

All work tools will be provided, but volunteers should bring and expect to carry their own camping/backpacking gear, work clothing, a water bottle, and personal necessities. Some meals will be provided including a dehydrated meal from our partners at Gastrognome!

There will be free time in the evenings to explore the surrounding area, and we encourage you to bring a fishing rod, binoculars, and anything else you need to enjoy a weekend in the backcountry! Better yet, come a day early or stay longer to float and fish the Madison river, some of the best trout fishing waters in Montana!

We are looking for 10-12 volunteers to complete this work, so please RSVP only if you are confident in your availability here:

2023 Howling At The Moon Ruck 12 hour overnight endurance event. Participants can stop at any time they wish. Beginners can walk 10 min or a 5K and still compete in this race. Ultra athletes can compete for a full 12 hours. Awards for age groups and categories. All ages invited. Great outdoor family race! But also punishing enough for the hard-core outdoor enthusiasts! Ruck with us to prepare for the fast approaching archery season! Ruck with us to enjoy a beautiful Montana evening! Let's HOWL!!

For more information please email Sponsored by 747 General Contracting and AAROGYA Holistic and Functional Medicine

Frontier Days Chicken Wrangling Well, howdy there, cowpokes and chicken wranglers alike! Saddle up and get ready for the cluckiest, feather-flappin' good time this side of the Mississippi! We've got a high-falutin' chicken wrangling challenge at the Whitehall Rodeo Grounds on Friday the 28th at 6pm that'll have you hootin' and hollerin' with delight!

Gather your posse, whether you're a dynamite duo or a fabulous foursome, 'cause this ain't no ordinary chicken chase—it's a rootin' tootin' chicken roundup, and we're gonna see who's got the fastest hands in the West! Team buys is is $10 for teams of 2 and $20 for teams of 4.

Here's the lowdown, partner: when the clock strikes and the chicken coop opens, five feisty fowls will burst out like a shotgun blast at a frontier showdown. Now, ain't no time to be chicken-hearted, 'cause you and your whole team gotta wrangle them critters, holdin' 'em down like you're tamin' a wild bronco for a full-throttle thirty seconds!

If you're ridin' as a team of two, you'll need to snatch two squawkin' chickens each, while a quartet of wranglers will corral one cluckin' clucker per person. It's a showdown of skills and speed, so you better keep your eyes peeled and your lassos at the ready!

And what's a true cowboy competition without a shot at some sweet, shiny loot? We're talkin' cold hard cash, folks! The quickest chicken-wranglin' team will walk away with a heaping pile of greenbacks that'd make a gold rush look like a mere trickle!

Now, mark your calendars for Thursday night's hoedown at the Whitehall Chamber of Commerce BBQ, right at the legendary Legion Pavilion. It's gonna be a rip-roarin', finger-lickin' good time! And don't forget about the Calcutta auction at 7 PM—your chance to lay claim to the mightiest chicken-wranglin' teams in the land!

So, dust off them boots, polish up them spurs, and get ready to chase some chickens like you've never seen before. Join the wildest, cluckiest, most uproarious event of Frontier Days—Chicken Wrangling at its finest! Yeehaw!

Saturday, July 29

Dillon Farmers Market Join us every Saturday from June 24 through September 16 on Washington Street by Jaycee Park!

Annual Pancake Breakfast Whitehall Volunteer Fire Department Come out and support your local fire department!

Chloe Worl Memorial Scholarship ATV Fun Run 2023 This year is the Second Annual Chloe Worl Memorial Scholarship ATV Fun Run.

We will meet again at the Red Lion parking lot near Georgetown Lake at 10am for the ATV Fun Run. Afterward we will meet at the Club Moderne for dinner, 50/50 drawing and raffle ticket drawings.

No Run Fun Run Montana Running Company has partnered with the "Friends of the Library" (Dillon Public Library) to help with their capital campaign fundraiser. We will be facilitating all of the on-line registration for the "No Run Fun Run". No Run Fun Run is a start and finish, there is no distance. All money will be donated to the Friends of the Library, they trying to raise $300,000 for their capital campaign. Please register or donate to help raise funds to replace their furnace, windows, and elevator. Register at

No Run Fun Run- July 29, 2023, 10AM-2PM. Dillon, Montana at the Dillon Public Library.

Registration will get you a t-shirt, sticker, tickets for carnival games, and lunch (hotdogs,chips, soda).

Please help support the Dillon Public Library and the Friends of the Library.

Whitehall Ranch Rodeo Whitehall Frontier Days Ranch Rodeo!

Bring your Grandparents & bring your kids to watch Montana Cowboys & Cowgirls compete in ranch events to see what team comes out on top! Admission is $5- Children 5 & under get in for free! At 6pm we will Calcutta the teams- Rodeo action immediately to follow!

Summer Speaker Series - Billy Maxwell On Aug. 9, 1877 paqapataha-mkt (Five Fogs) was killed by attacking US troops in front of his home. paqapataha-mkt defended his home, family, and fellow tribal members with the best tool he had. A tool that he had used his whole life, an ash wood sinew backed bow and metal tipped arrows. The very weapon he used is on display at the Big Hole National Historic Battlefield Visitor’s Center. Join Billy Maxwell on July 29 and 30 at 11 AM and 1:30 PM ``for his review of construction and habits pertaining to this elegant and effective armament. Billy is a regular returning researcher and presenter at the Battlefield.

Sunday, July 30

Jacksons Garden Annual Brunch & Fundraiser Join us for a lovely ecumenical worship service in the gardens for those who would like to attend, followed by a delicious brunch in the garden with a silent auction. Brunch is by donation. Donation items will be listed on our website

All profits go toward garden operations, and helps us preserve the legacy of this lovely non-profit organization for the community to enjoy. We hope you can come down and enjoy a summer morning in the gardens with us.

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