Events Calendar - June 2023

events june 2023
Posted at 10:59 AM, Jun 06, 2023

Do you have an upcoming event you want people to know about - a fundraiser, a holiday party for the community, etc? Let us know by clicking here. We will update this list as we get submissions.

JUNE 9: Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art presents a celebratory exhibition of Il Maestro! Works by Morton Levin: A Centennial Celebration, June 9, 2023 through December 13, 2023. This unique exhibition features the work of Morton Levin (1923-2020), a master artist whose passion and unbending desire for art making and mastery led him on an intriguing life journey touched by the effects of war, love, family, life and teaching. Exhibition Reception and Film Screening on June 9, 2023 at 5:30pm. For more information, call Nicole at 406.727.8255, or click here.

JUNE 9-11: Montana ExpoPark will host the Electric City Crystal, Rock, and Bead Show in the Mercantile Building. Hours are Saturday, June 10th from10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Sunday, June 11th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. "Sneak Peek Early Bird" hours are Friday, June 9th from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Admission is only $5 a day; children 12 and under get in free (with adult supervision). For more information, click here.

JUNE 10: Women's Disc Golf League is a friendly group of women who meet every Sunday during June and July to play disc golf and enjoy casual competition. 1st and 2nd place cash prizes for best average. A great place to learn the sport, develop skills, and make new friends! Come join us from 10am until noon at Warden Park Disc Golf Course. For more information, call Maggie at 406.239.1469, or click here.

Warden Park

JUNE 10: Montana ExpoPark will host a Summer Solstice Art and Craft Show from 10am until 5pm. Featuring Artisans and Crafters from around the State along with Made in MT Vendors. Shop for all of your Father's Day Gift needs and more. Come check out some amazing Vendors and enjoy the live Stage entertainment throughout the day. Fun for all ages! Free Admission. For more information, call 406-750-5566.

JUNE 10: The Great Falls Mustang Club will host its annual "Fords Forever Car Show" at Bison Ford. Registration is from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM and the show is from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM with awards presented at 2:30 PM. Click here for more information.

JUNE 10: Gibson Park will host Music In The Park from noon until 9pm. Live music, dancing, and activities for the whole family! This is a free, public, family-friendly event. Bring the whole family down for a day of music and community! We will feature artists and bands from around the state, including rock, country, and electronic music! Band announcements coming soon! This will be a double headliner event! Music starts at 1pm! For more information, call Jonah at 406-468-5596 or click here.

JUNE 14: Annual Flag Day Ceremony at Overlook Park (Flag Hill) starts at 8am. Speakers, raising the Flag, patriotic music, Student Essay contest winners, National Anthem and a C-130 Flyover. Free and open to all. Some chairs will be provided but you may bring your own. Dress up in your red, white & blue and show your spirit of this country! For more information, call the Great Falls Association of Realtors at 406-453-2752.

Overlook Park (Flag Hill)

JUNE 15: Fundraiser for Peace Place Respite Care. A vocal contest welcoming individuals or groups ages 18+ to perform for judges. Purchase tickets online by clicking here. Singers & Sponsors needed! Winning prize is $500! There will be a 50/50 drawing, silent auction, food trucks and more starting at 6pm at the Black Eagle Community Center. For more information, call 406-453-1411 or email

JUNE 16-17: Montana ExpoPark will host the Treasure State Truck Show. Show starts at 3:30 pm on Friday, and 9 am on Saturday. There will be semi trucks, fire trucks, vendors, and more! Live music from The Sightliners on Friday at 7 pm. Admission on Friday is $15/adult, $12/child, free for kids 5 and under. Admission on Saturday is $10/adult, $5/child, free for kids 5 and under. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Childrens' Museum of Montana. Click here for more information or call 406-231-9816.

JUNE 16: The first of three "Downtown Night Markets" in Great Falls this summer will be alive with craft & art vendors, art demonstrations, food vendors, live music and more! Bring your friends and family down to the 300-400 blocks of Central Avenue and enjoy a night Downtown. Vendor spots available, contact for more information. The other two Night Markets will be on July 14 and August 11.

JUNE 24: Uptown Optimist Club will host a Youth Safety Event from noon until 4 pm. It will be at Paris Gibson Square Education Center (2400 Central Avenue). Bike Safety Inspection, Bike Rodeo, Cyber Safety, Car Seat Safety Checks, Free Lunch for 12 and under, $1.00 lunch for others, chance to win Free Bike and other fun activities. There is no charge to attend. For more information, contact Sue Peterson at

JUNE 24: Join us for the Great Falls Pride Festival from noon until 6pm at Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art. We will have live music from Castle Reefers, food trucks (Wholesome Hal, Spices n Spurs, and True Brew EspressGo), craft vendors, and a beer garden. There will also be a poetry slam and an adult spelling bee. For the kids, the festival will feature a bouncy house, face painting, and arts & crafts. For more info, contact the Great Falls LGBTQ Center on Facebook by clicking here.

Great Falls Pride Festival
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JUNE 25: Highland Cemetery will host the annual “Waking the Dead” tours held on Sunday, June 25, at 1:00 or 3:00 p.m. On a tour you will have an opportunity to listen to Montana pioneers—such as Paris Gibson, founder of Great Falls—who are portrayed by re-enactors dressed in early-day regalia. They are stationed near the pioneer’s grave and when “awakened,” they tell their story, giving participants a view of early day life in north central Montana. Tour visitors can either walk or ride hay wagons on the designated route. Tour tickets are available at Kaufman’s Menswear at 411 Central Avenue in Great Falls. Tickets are $15 to walk along with the wagons or $20 to ride. For more information, contact Susie at

JULY 1: City Chevrolet will host a Corvette Only show at 3900 10th Avenue South from 10am until 3pm! Come see these amazing cars featuring new and old models. Hot dogs, chips and soda will be for sale. We will have raffle items. Visitors can vote for their favorite car. For more information, call Adam at 406-781-2694, or email

JULY 10: The Act Normal Theatre Youth Troupe will host a Summer Camp from July 10 through July 21. Monday through Friday 10AM – 2PM. Showcase your hard work with performances. Friday 21st & Saturday 22nd (total 3 performances). $225 for two-week camp includes: theatre basic skills class, rehearsals culminating in three live performances, lunch each day of camp, t-shirt, & tickets to performances (6 tickets per student). Deadline to enroll is June 26th. Payment due at time of enrollment. Please email for more information and to enroll. Ages 8 – 13. Enroll Now – limited number of spots available.

JULY 17: A 5-day camp for grades Pre-K through 6th grade - Bethel Lutheran Church VBS Day Camp. Our lead counselors are from Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp. Each day is themed with age appropriate bible study, small group games, crafts and large group games. We have a special evening event during our week, Thursday we have a Summer Fun Fest open to the public with food vendors, face painting, games. For more information, call 406-761-1543, email, or click here.

JULY 13-16: The CMR Class of 1973 Reunion will be held, with several events planned. For more information, visit the Facebook page, or contact Melanie at 408-425-1579 or

JULY 20-22: The CMR High School Class of 1978 Reunion. July 20 - all-class gathering at 6pm at the Halftime Sports Bar. July 21 - Class of '78 gathering at 5pm at The Do Bar. July 22 - dinner at Elk's Lodge - 5pm cocktail hour, 6pm dinner. For more information, contact Sherri Carl at 406-781-3283.

CMR High School

AUGUST 5: Summer fun at Centene Stadium! This Heisey Baseball Camp features skills taught by your favorite local team, the Great Falls Voyagers. Your child will receive a camp t-shirt, lunch and a ticket for that night's game. Following the game, there will be a movie night out on the field. Baseball gloves will NOT be provided. Each participant must bring their own. Camp Start Times: Ages 6-10 start at 9am and finish at 11am; Ages 11-15 start at 11am and finish at 1pm. For more information, call Russ Bates at 406-453-1211.

AUGUST 12: The Great Falls Americans are having their a Cornhole Extravaganza on Saturday, August 12, 2023, beginning at 11:00 AM at the Beacon Icehouse (located at 1349 13th Avenue SW, Phone: 406-727-1477) in Great Falls. There will be a $100.00 entry fee per each two-member team that will play at least three games (plus playoffs). The top FOUR finishers will receive awards at the conclusion of the tournament. The Melissa Lynn Band will provide the live music starting at 7:00PM with food, drinks, and prizes throughout the day. All Proceeds from the Corn Hole Tournament will go towards new dressing rooms for the Great Falls Americans. For more information, contact Matt Leaf at, or click here.

AUGUST 17: Join us for the second annual Montana Multi Cultural Fair from 5PM-8PM on the 400 and 500 block on Central Avenue in downtown Great Falls! Mark your calendars now to attend and get ready for this years’ event to be BIGGER, BETTER, and EVEN MORE AMAZING! We anticipate more than 3,000 attendees, with over 15+ countries being represented and counting, and will have live performances, ethnic food samples, food trucks, entertainment, and SO MUCH MORE! For more information, click here to visit the website, or email Karyn at

Montana Multi Cultural Fair

AUGUST 26: The Great Falls Tenacious Dames Riding Club is again doing a TNT Motorcycle Poker Run and Raffle where all of the proceeds of the poker run and half of the raffle proceeds will be donated to the Grace Veterans Home for a future Womens' Center; the event is co-hosted by Tuffy's Sunset Inn (48 Sun Prairie Road). For more information call Jenette at 406-868-4043 or click here.

SEPTEMBER 9: Save the date and mark your calendars for Arts on Fire at Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art. Join us for art activities for all ages; an art and craft vendor market; musical, dance, and theatre performances; root beer floats; and more! Click here for more information, or call the Square at 406-727-8255.

Do you have an upcoming event you want people to know about - a fundraiser, a holiday party for the community, etc? Let us know by clicking here. We will update this list as we get submissions.