"Hay! What Was That" celebration in Montana

"Hay! What Was That"

The longest celebration in the state is organized by some of the smallest towns in the state. The exhibits stretch for twenty-five miles and the population along that route is about one person per mile. Utica days has been celebrated for quite a few years and now Hobson is helping out. The main attraction is the competition involving sculptures made of bails of hay and not a whole lot more, but a whole lot of hay! The creativity will astound and amuse you! Competition has grown quite fierce and “grows” every year, even involving other neighboring communities. There is even a bazaar and various vendors, including the local church and others. To find out when the festival is held or more information, call (406) 423-5248.