With official details announced this week, Juno's Joyride will be taking over Eastern Montana in July.

What Is Juno's Joyride?

Juno's Joyride is a benefit for Juno Knutson. Juno is the daughter of Ryan and Kareen Knutson, and Juno's bestest friend ever is Eliza. Juno was born with Kabuki Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that affects multiple parts of the body.

Learn more about Kabuki Syndrome by clicking the button below:

Starting on Friday, July 12th with pre-registration from 5 to 7 PM at the Miles City, Montana VFW, and officially kicking off Saturday, July 13th.

What is the "Juno's Joyride" schedule?

  • Pre-Registration
    • Friday, July 12th from 5 to 7 PM
      • Miles City, Montana VFW
  • Registration
    • Saturday, July 13th from 8:30 AM to 10:15 AM
      • Miles City, Montana VFW
    • Biscuits & Gravy Breakfast Served
      • Free Will Donations to the VFW for Breakfast
  • Kickstands Up
    • 10:30 AM
  • 1st Stop
    • The Legion
      • Terry, Montana
  • 2nd Stop
    • Brockway Supper Club
      • Brockway, Montana
      • Lunch & Fun Games for All
  • 3rd Stop
    • Shorty's Bar
      • Richey, Montana
  • 4th Stop
    • Beer Jug
      • Glendive, Montana
  • Last Stop
    • Uncle Mike's Bucking Horse Saloon
      • Miles City, Montana
    • Return by 6 PM
    • Food by Boog's BBQ (It's REALLY good. Love ya buddy!)
      • 6 to 7 PM
    • Cornhole & Fun Games
    • Gun Raffle Drawing at 7 PM
    • Poker Chip Winners Announcement
    • 50/50 Drawing Winners Announcement
    • Splat Winner
    • Live Music by Stone Yellow from 8 PM to Midnight

Juno's Joyride welcomes ALL to the event, but kids get to go home by 9 PM. All vehicles are welcome.

103.7 The Hawk logo
Get our free mobile app

For more information on this and other memorial runs in the Eastern Montana area, check out the Hardy/Kuper Memorial Run on Facebook.

9 Activities Police in MT Consider Distracted Driving

April is Distracted Driver Awareness Month in Montana, part of the National Highway Transportation Safety Board's 'UDrive. UText. UPay.' campaign. But being 'distracted' is so much more than just texting while driving.

Gallery Credit: Heather DeLuca

More From 103.7 The Hawk