Come celebrate the town's western heritage. Activities include a black powder shoot and competitions and 1800's crafts. All weekend long, visitors can view Tepees and turn of the century artisan crafts at the popular Traders Row along with activities like the tomahawk throw. These activities will be held at Buckskinner Park on 6th Street just south of downtown.
In addition to the Buckskinner activities, various bounce houses of all shapes and sizes will be set up along Railroad Avenue turning it into a fun zone for kids of all ages to bounce their way into summer! Proceeds will benefit Williams Elementary-Middle School, Williams Headstart and Heritage School.
After you work up a hunger from watching the Memorial Day Parade that starts at 11am and can be seen all along Route 66, stop on by the Williams Rec. Center for a great meal! The Williams 4-H group will be cooking up their delicious BBQ lunch at the Williams Rec. Center from 11am to 1pm.
And if you love arts and crafts, the Spring Craft Show will be held from 9am to 5pm on Saturday May 29th at the Sultana Theatre where local artisans and crafters will gather to sell their work.