The sizzle of summer is just around the corner, and what better way to kick off the season than with the annual Steak Feed at Ardean Aafedt Stadium?

Head down to the ballpark today, because the excitement is building, and you won't want to miss out on this delicious event!


What's on the Menu?

Perfectly grilled steaks, tender and juicy, with all of the fixings!. Thanks to the generosity of  amazing sponsors, Sorenson Ranch is providing the star of the show—the steaks!

But that's not all; Walt’s Market is stepping up to supply the potatoes, butter, and sour cream to accompany your mouthwatering meal.

And to keep your beverages nice and frosty, C&D Water Services has you covered with all the ice you'll need.

Plus, Mountrail-Williams Electric Cooperative is ensuring everyone stays hydrated by providing water for the event.

Score Your Tickets!

Gates open at 5 pm, so make sure you've secured your tickets in advance. For just $15, you can indulge in a steak dinner that's sure to satisfy your cravings.

Tickets are available from Legion Baseball Players, the ARC District office, or you can shoot an email to to reserve yours today.

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Game On!

As if the Steak Feed wasn't exciting enough, get ready to cheer on our home teams—the Williston Keybirds and the Williston Oilers—as they kick off their seasons with back-to-back home games at Aafedt Stadium. The Oilers take on Froid, MT, while the Keybirds will face off against Middle River, MN.

It's a double dose of hometown pride and baseball action that you won't want to miss!

So, mark your calendars, grab your tickets, and get ready for an evening filled with food, fun, and festivities at the annual steak feed at Aafedt Stadium.

With delicious steaks, fantastic sponsors, and exciting baseball games, it's sure to be a night to remember. And remember, let's be considerate of parking availability due to the Summer Reading Bash happening simultaneously.

And if, by chance, you can't make it down to join in on the fun, you can listen to both games on 660.

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