Weekends are made for fun! Here's a list of fun things going on in the area this weekend. Get out and enjoy time with friends and family.

Culbertson Saddle Club-Frontier Days Rodeo. Friday, June 9 start time is 6:30 pm with dance to follow at the Montana Bar. Saturday Rodeo start time is 7:00 pm with dance to follow at the barn.

Williston Downtowner's Association invites you to shop CRAZY DAYS!
Friday June 9th: 10:00am-6:00pm.. Downtown businesses and pop-up shops will start the party with sidewalk sales, food trucks and kids activities.
Saturday June 10th: 10:00am-2:00pm. The fun continues! Kids activities and pop-up shops in Heddericks Lot with plenty of Downtown businesses outside doing sidewalk sales too.

38th annual TruWealth Financial Baseball Tournament at Aafedt Stadiium in Williston. Games through Sunday, June 11. Featuring the Williston Keybirds and Williston Oilers, plus teams from Regina, Bottineau, Saskatoon, Miles City, Great Falls, and Billings. Games start at 9:00am each day. Tuesday, June 13 the Williston Oilers have their home opener!

Miss ND & Miss ND Outstanding Teen Scholarship Competitions at the Bakken Auditorium in Williston. Friday, June 9 and Saturday, June 10 from 7:00pm-10:00pm both nights.

Accelerators Club Car Show is Saturday, June 10 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Roadhouse in Battleview, North Dakota. Fun for the whole family. Spectators free. Free Car Show registration. People's Choice Awards at 3:30pm.

Sassy Lady's Sassy Summer Bash and Chow Down Fest is Saturday, June 10 at the Raymond Family Community Center in Williston. Activities on the Main level and outdoors from 10:00am - 5:00pm. 90 spaces filled with bakers, crafters, vendors, boutiques and more. Food Trucks, plus Jump N Fun water slides and bounce houses.

Do you like games? Stop in to the James Memorial Art Center in Williston Saturday, June 10th from 7:00pm-midnight for Game Night! Join in a game, learn about new games, or bring your favorite game to share! Free and open to the public. Hosted in the main gallery so please use the front door. Game Nights are the second Saturday every month.

Hot Rods and Harleys Summer Kickoff in Sidney at the Richland County Fairgrounds and Event Center. Friday, June 9, Gates open at 6:00pm for the free movie, Sonic 2.  Saturday, June 10 10:00am to 3:00pm Mountain time, car show, food vendors and commercial vendors. The car show is free to the Public. Live music Saturday, June 10 featuring Montana’s very own OverTime & Austin Martin along with hometown favorites Stone Yellow & Judd Burman Live.  General admission is $25, with beer gardens available. Gates open at 6:00pm Mountain Time and music starts at 7:00pm. Bar will be hosted by the CATTLE-AC. ID is required.

Tickets are available at the gate or online at:

The 3rd Annual Doug Johnsrud Baseball Invitational Tournament is June 8-11 in Watford City. Teams competing this year are from Billings, MT, Froid, MT, Glasgow, MT, Glendive, MT, Williston, ND, Watford City, ND, Surrey, ND and Gillette, WY.

The Food Truck Rodeo is June 9-11 at the Rough Rider Center in Watford City. There will be 10 mobile food vendors, non-food vendors, inflatables, cornhole tournament, cash bar and good family fun. The Food Truck Rodeo will be from 10:00AM to 5:00 PM each day.

Does your child have a love for trucks and large vehicles? Then check out the Touch-A-Truck on Friday, June 9. Free, fun, family-friendly event where the young and young at heart will love to climb, sit in and even honk the horns of trucks and large vehicles seen throughout the county.  Touch-A-Truck is from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
* A special no horns time is scheduled from 1:00-2:00pm for sensory-sensitive children.*
Location: Watford City High School Parking Lot
FREE Admission sponsored by Watford City Police Foundation

Williston Parks and Recreation holding Open SK8 Sunday, June 11 at the Raymond Family Community Center from 12:00-2:00pm and 5:00-7:00pm. $3 for Kids, $4 for Adults. Roller Skate rentals for $5.

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