The bride wore a short beige dress and heels with a Batman motif, and the groom donned a faux-tux T-shirt and camo shorts.
On a sunny and warm Friday morning in a field at Oscar’s Park just west of Billings, Sharon Wetsch looked over seven pallets loaded with pots of ready-to-plant vegetables and herbs.
As she watched her husband and a crew of workers push, pull and guide four antique tractors onto the back of a 48-foot-long flatbed trailer, Marcie Cooke Limpp stood nearby, watching and smiling.
Bright orange flames could be seen by Jason Ives and his three children, who chased fire trucks from their home at West 58th Street and Grand Avenue to a blaze that burned in the general store of Oscar’s Park at 3740 Wise Lane.
Fairy Tale Festival is June 8-9 at Oscar’s Park. It will feature bluegrass, indie rock, hip-hop, reggae, acoustic and electronica music. The top-billed act is Pinky and the Floyd, a Pink Floyd cover band from Bozeman.
Calamity Entertainment steps out of the trailer with their Hillbilly Dinner Theatre and White Trash Revue, set to play Sept. 17 at Oscar’s Park. The troupe’s members are Karen Jackson, Allen Peters, Julie Omvig and Todd Yeager.
Calamity Entertainment is presenting The Hillbilly Dinner Theatre and The White Trash Revue on Saturday, Sept. 17 at Oscar’s Park on the depot porch.