Go on a Dinosaur DigMay 24, 2017
- Visit Choteau and experience Americana at its finest!
- Shop local artisans at the Choteau Soroptimist Summer Festival in City Park, and while you’re there, race duckies down Spring Creek!
- On the 3rd, grab an ice-cold Montana craft beer and enjoy some music at the Choteau Pavilion.
- On the 4th, find a seat on Main Street at about 10 am and brace yourself for the sweetest parade you’ll ever experience.
- Experience pitchfork fondue and let us cook you a Montana steak.
- Grab a spot in the Choteau American Legion Rodeo Grounds and watch broncs, barrels, bulls, and roping in one of the oldest National Rodeo Association rodeos on the circuit.
- After sunset, head to Airport Hill and prepare to be blown away by a magnificent fireworks display put on by our hometown volunteer fire department.
Go on a Dinosaur Dig
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Snow Goose Migration
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