70th Annual Harlem Seed Show Kicks Off Next Thursday

HARLEM, Mont. (NMB) – The 70th annual Montana Seed Show kicks off next Thursday morning at the Harlem High School. Chairman for the Montana Seed Show, Paul Rasmussen says that what started as a seed and potato show decades ago has grown into a larger event, featuring an quilt show, a health fair and agricultural speakers.

“The trade show will open Friday at 8 in the gym there. And then they’ll have the art show, and the quilt show will be getting set up Friday morning, also. We’ve got some speakers. One day they’re going to be livestock related and the next day they’re going to be crop related.”

During the yearly banquet Saturday evening, Rasmussen says they will have some great entertainment.

“Entertainment we got this year for the banquet, they’re called Party Rock Project and, I guess, don’t let the name fool you. I mean, it kind of sounds like they’re a boy band or something, but they’re really not. Being as we’re 70 years, we were trying to find somebody that could kind of play seven decades worth of music and they seemed to fit the bill.”

The Seed Show starts Thursday morning with the entries for the exhibits and booths. Friday and Saturday kick off with breakfast and the health fair at 6:30AM.

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