Keeley Perkins and the Blue Cat Bar and Grill helped us put on an amazing event.
Loraine Marsh and her talented models started the afternoon with a wonderful show. The Old Time Fiddlers kept us entertained until Derby time.
Always a hit the interactive demonstration of soldier and civilian life during the Civil War had a sold out cast iron cooking class. Autthor and Historian Ken Robison was at the museum for a book signing of his 4 books about Montana's relationship with the Civil War.
Daughters of the American Revelation were a tremendous help with our 110 year anniversary. Dorwin Schreuder delghted us with stories from the Huntley Project.
The Moss Mansion was so gracious in helping us bring to life the relationships that started our communities in our area.
The Lions and Lioness Club keep the tradition of communities coming together going strong with their yearly celebration.
The Antique Tractor Club has built a strong tradion of putting on an incedible Threshing Bee at the Museum bringing together people from all over the US.