GREAT FALLS — King's Arena, located about a mile east of Great Falls along Highway 89, hosted a Harvest Festival on Sunday, where people enjoyed free food, fun festivities, and fellowship with their community.
Children carved pumpkins, helped themselves to candy, and even got to saddle up for indoor horseback riding while adults were treated to live music and an assortment of fall dishes.
Sheba George, owner of The King's Arena, is passionate about serving her community through events like this one.
George said, “King's Village (arena) was started to establish a community partnership. and we are here for the community. and the community is here for us to enjoy along with us, I believe...we are just another hand, another helping hand here to work alongside the people of Montana.”
George explained she partners up with community organizations, like The Sober Life, a guest at the festival, to help better serve her city.
“We work alongside the communities and those who are already operating wonderful things, wonderful ministries in this place,” George said.
You can head to their website for more information about upcoming events.