Skeeters the Clown was in town on Monday, June 17, to announce the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus is coming to Browning on Monday, June 24.

Skeeters the Clown, accompanied by Matt Harrington from the Native American Community Development Corp., has announced two shows of the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus will be performed under the old-fashioned Big Top at the North American Indian Days Campground on Monday, June 24. Show times are at 5 and 7:30 p.m. with a 100-minute run time for each show. Additionally, folks can watch the Big Top go up for free Monday morning between 9:30 and 10 a.m. The event is sponsored by NACDC Financial Services. 

Tickets can be purchased at a discounted price ($12 for adults and $7 for children and seniors) before circus day from Hometown Dollar Store, Glacier Peaks Hotel, Glacier Electric Cooperative, Glacier Way C Store, Nation’s Burger Station and Native Cash, or go online to er-circus. You can also call 1-866-BIGTOP-6 during regular business hours for discounted will-call tickets. On circus day, tickets can be purchased at the box office and will be $15 for adults and $8 for children 2-12 and seniors 65 and up. No charge for children under the age of two. Buy your tickets early and save! 

A portion of the proceeds will go to support our sponsor, NACDC Financial Services. Our 100-minute family-friendly show features big cats, unicyclists, dogs, trapeze, horses, sword balancing, the wheel of destiny, Russian swing (back by popular demand), contortion and so much more! 

Visit to see photos and find out more information on this year’s show.

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