The Biggest Little Weekend in Idaho starts Tomorrow!!

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Are you ready for the biggest small town celebration of all time? This weekend is packed with events including a rodeo, parades, music, dances, carnival rides, a quilt show, logging events and two big fireworks shows. It is also marks final celebration of the City of St. Maries centennial year.

Yes, Paul Bunyan Days in St. Maries is one of the highlights of the year for residents and visitors alike. Don’t miss out!

 

 

Friday, Aug. 30
Noon
– Community Booths and Blue Ox Tavern
5 p.m.
– Pet and Doll Parade Check-In at Grub Box parking lot
– Carnival Opens
5:30 p.m.
– Pet and Doll Parade from 7th Street and Main Avenue to 13th Street and Main Avenue.
6 p.m.
– Home Run Softball Derby at Milltown softball fields. $5 entry fee.
7 p.m.
– Rodeo Bull Riding at the fairgrounds.
– Karaoke on stage in the city park.
8 p.m. – 12 a.m.
– Four on the Floor at the Blue Ox.
Saturday, Aug. 31
8 a.m.
– Registration for the Karen Ebert Memorial 5K Fun Run/ Walk at St. Maries High School gym parking lot.
9 a.m.
– Fun Run/Walk begins
9:30 a.m.
– Junior Olympics Registration. Free and Fun for children 12 years and younger at the football field in city park.
10 a.m.
– Rodeo: open barrel racing at the fairgrounds
– Helicopter rides
– Blue Ox opens
– Junior Olympics begin
11 a.m.
– Register for water events at the city pool
All Day
– Carnival, food booths, Blue Ox, and shopping at city park
Noon
– Inland Northwest Antique Snowmobile show at the east end of the soccer field in city park
– Water events begin
– St. Maries Community Band & Choir on stage in the city park.
2 p.m.
– Civil War Reenactment Show (check at the information booth for current location)
– Rodeo. Open Team Roping at the fairgrounds.
– Inspirations School of Dance on stage in the city park
3 p.m.
– Kevin Gardner on stage at the city park
6 p.m.
– Weigh In for the Tug of War at city park football field
– Mainstream Square Dance at the Eagles Lodge
7 p.m.
– Tug of War at football field in city park
– Rodeo finals at the fairgrounds
– Doug Degone on stage in the city park.
8 p.m.
– Four on the Floor in the Blue Ox
9 p.m.
– Low Aerial Fireworks Rose’s Fireworks Show
– St. Joe Valley Car Club Dance at the Cormana Building in city park. Admission $5.
Sunday, Sept. 1
7 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
– Community breakfast. At the Eagles Lodge on Main Avenue.
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
– Valley Piecemakers Quilt Show at the Heyburn Elementary School gym located at 1404 Main Avenue, just one block from city park.
10 a.m.
– Blue Ox opens
– Helicopter Rides
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
– Holey Board Game. Come play at the Blue Ox.
Noon
– Paul Bunyan Auction. At the football field in city park
– Registration for kids pool events. Ages 6-12. Parents must be present.
– Registration for logging events at the football field in the city park
Noon to 4 p.m.
– Spare Parts on stage in the city park.
1 p.m.
– Kids Pool Events
2 p.m.
– Civil War Reenactment Show at Mullan Trail Park by the fairgrounds
5 p.m.
– Billy’s Stelle Cadillac on stage in the city park
9 p.m.
– Fireworks Display on the soccer field at city park
Monday, Sept. 2
8 to 9:30 a.m.
– Register for the parade at Ken’s Body Shop
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
– Valley Piecemakers Quilt Show at the Heyburn Elementary School gym
10 a.m.
– Here Comes the Parade on Main Avenue
– Helicopter rides
Noon to Close
– Carnival, Booths, Blue Ox
– Registration for logging events at the softball field in the city park.
Noon
– Kids events on main stage at city park for children 2 to 5 years old.
1 p.m.
– Logging events
2 p.m.
– Duck Races at the river

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