About Montana Winter Fair
The Montana Winter Fair, with roots of origin going back to 1946, is a celebration of Montana’s world-class agricultural production and enviable “western way of life”.
The Montana Winter Fair, was hosted every January in Bozeman from 1946 through 2002, when it re-located to Lewistown. The Montana Winter Fair continues to grow each year with participants, young and old, from Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota and beyond.
Over 20 events will be hosted at several venues throughout Lewistown at this year’s fair. At the Fergus County Fairgrounds north of town, the Trade Center, Pavilion Sale Barn (north end of the Pavilion), Pavilion Arena and Draft Horse Barn will be utilized. On Main Street, The Eagles, The Lewistown Art Center and Celebration Fellowship Church (at the top of the hill) will all host Winter Fair happenings.
Montana Winter Fair is a non-profit endeavor, organized and produced by hundreds of enthusiastic volunteers throughout the Central Montana Community. Local sponsors generously underwrite every facet of the Montana Winter Fair.
A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL WHO VOLUNTEER AND SPONSOR this unique and relevant observance of Montana as one of the greatest agricultural producers in the world!