Looking for a taste of small town Montana culture? Sugarbeet Festival is this weekend in Chinook. The festival is a celebration of Chinook’s agricultural heritage based on sugarbeet farming and honoring other aspects of agriculture and the area’s business industry.
Many events are planned for the Sugarbeet Festival in Chinook. Starting Friday the vendors will be displaying their wares. Saturday will be a big day on Main Street. Plans are to kick off the day with a 3-mile and 1-mile fun run/walk.
Other activities will consist of kid’s games, car show, local musicians in the parks, sugarbeet growing contest, a parade with a barbecue and dance.
Starting in 2004, the Sugarbeet Festival has grown to become a staple in the community of Chinook and is now in its 9th year of operation.
For more information about the Festival or its organizers, contact Rita Surber at 406-357-3459, or click here.
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