The return of pro rodeo to the High River Ag Grounds this June isn't the only attraction worth taking in.

The president of the Ag Society, Darren Hunter says they're hoping to draw a lot of families out.

"The whole idea is to have a family weekend for a very limited amount of cost, for the kids and the parents to come out, to see what rodeo is, to see what chuckwagons is and what the Ag Society is all about," he says.

This year they'll have the Eamon's gas station and the local car club is planning to put some older model vehicles around it and the tractor museum.

"Hopefully we're pouring the footings for the garage here when it warms up in the next month, but by the end of June we should have everything completed, having a few cars around there, which is kind of neat for the Ag Society with the museum the tractor guys are really excited to have another building beside them to bring in some more tourists," says Hunter.

Guy Weadick days goes June 23 to 26, 2016.