The Frontier Culture Museum is hosting the Good Times, Tastes & Traditions this weekend.
The celebration begins Saturday at 11 a.m., with history, music, food and drink from all over the world.
But a new feature this year is farming in the valley, meaning that while you can sample a variety of cultures, you can also experience what's homegrown.
"The Frontier Culture Museum was the perfect fit. We wanted to have it in a farming environment to actually kind of play on all five senses. You know, you're at a farm - it's touch it, feel it. You'll be able to see produce and locally made products," said event planner Melissa Martin.
The event has activities for families as well, including a kids' tractor pedal pull and a sheep herding demonstration.