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Every year the Friends of Pompeys Pillar, along with the BLM, host Clark Days. Clark Days is a great opportunity to come out and enjoy a day of learning about Montana history, playing games, watching historical reenactments, and listening to music. Below is the tentative list of events. Clark Days is admission free but donations will be happily accepted. There will be food vendors for purchase. Times are subject to change so please keep an eye on our Facebook page as well as check back for changes. http://
Friday, July 29th, 2016
-Free camping (tent and R.V) at the Pillar. (Set up 4 – 7 P.M.)
– 8:30 P.M. Star Gazing lead by MSUB astronomer
– 10:00 P.M. Black Powder Musket Night firing by the Elk River Brigade
Saturday, July 30th, 2016
-7:00 A.M: Pancake Breakfast
-7:00 A.M. Nature and Bird Walk
-9:00 A.M: Flag Raising Ceremony
-10:00 A.M: Performance by Traditional Native American Dancers: The Runs Above Family
-11:00 A.M: Almeda Bradshaw- Cowboy Poet and Musician
-12:00 P.M: Bob Peterman- Cowboy Poet and Musician
-1:00 P.M: Almeda Bradshaw-Cowboy Poet and Musician
-2:00 P.M: Performance by Traditional Native American Dancers: The Runs Above Family
-3:00 P.M: Bob Peterman- Cowboy Poet and Musician
*These are just the events that are happening at the Amphitheater during Clark Days. Through out the day there will educational booths, vendors, tours of the Pillar, and smaller programs and performances occurring. There will also be a 50 for 50 raffle and food vendors Baskin-Robbins, Bayou City Catfish, and Cowboys (for purchase) and a pancake breakfast hosted by the Friends of Pompeys Pillar.
*Camping is also free and available on Saturday night!
Clark Days is hosted jointly by the Bureau of Land Management and the Friends of Pompeys Pillar.
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