The Stevensville Creamery Picnic had something for every member of the family again this year, and the crowds came out to enjoy it.

After the grand parade at 11 a.m., the main events were at Lewis and Clark Park, which had an entire section near the city pool devoted to kids, including the "bounce houses" which had kids and their parents lining up. There were races (see photo), face painting and more.

The music during the day included such artists as Chip Jasmin and a performance of the Bitterroot Community Band.

The vendors included everything from books to cowboy boots. And of course, the barbeque contestants added their tasty goods to the variety of food.

This was the 101st Creamery Picnic and organizers are already planning for next year.