Just wanted to let you know that Star Gazing at Jim Rittenburg’s is still scheduled for Saturday, May 30th at 9pm. Telescope will be provided, but bring binoculars if you want. Sky tour, view stars, constellations, star clusters, galaxies, and nebula. Bring your own drink and snack if you want. Everything will be outside (easy to maintain social distancing), so… Read more →
The Forest Service archeologist has let us know that they will be delaying this year’s work on the Ford Schoolhouse. They still plan to do the roofing work this summer, but it won’t be during the first week in June. They will definitely welcome volunteer participation when the time comes. Stay tuned.
The last two dance classes of the season will be on Friday, January 31 at 6:00pm and Sunday, February 9 at 6:00pm. Invite anyone else who might be interested. If your spouse/partner can’t come, come anyway! The first hour of the class is geared for total beginners. The second hour is dance moves beyond the basic steps. We are learning… Read more →
From Steve Kelly . . .
The first weekly winter dance class was held last weekend with more than 20 people in attendance!! The next dance class will be on Sunday, December 8 at 6:00pm. Invite anyone else who might be interested. If your spouse/partner can’t come, come anyway! The first hour of the class is geared for total beginners. The second hour is dance moves… Read more →
Passed along by Karina Pettey… Greetings Forest Stewards The 2020 Forest Stewardship Workshop registration is now open for workshops in Frenchtown, Bozeman, Columbia Falls, and Clancy (just south of Helena). Please share this information and the attached informational brochure/registration form with your family, friends, and neighbors who might be interested in attending. For online registration: http://forestry.msuextension.org/calendar.html#mfsp Save the date: MSU… Read more →
Join us for a presentation by Author John Fraley on the true adventures of people who earned their livings in the wild mountains and rivers of the Bob Marshall Wilderness and Glacier Park during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Fraley is the author of “Rangers, Trappers, and Trailblazers”, “Wild River Pioneers”, and “A Woman’s Way West”, and is retired… Read more →
Join us at Sondreson Community Hall on June 28 for a forestry field day sponsored by Montana Tree Farm, hosted by Allen Chrisman and Mark Boardman. 2019 MT TF Flathead Field Day.PDF After an hour PowerPoint presentation by Allen and Mark, we’ll drive up to the Chrisman/Wiley Family Forest to view recent timber harvest, discuss management objectives, logging systems, and… Read more →
A fairly new North Fork tradition is the Winter Ball in February. For the third year in a row, the culmination of weekly winter dance lessons is the glamorous Winter Ball at the Hall. For all of its glitz and glitter, the Winter Ball is funky and in keeping with North Fork lifestyles. Ladies comb through ball gowns in local… Read more →
The Winter 2019 Interlocal Meeting will be hosted by Flathead County. It is scheduled to be held from 10:00 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Wednesday, February 20 at the Flathead Forest headquarters building, 650 Wolfpack Way, Kalispell, MT 59901. (The Forest Service volunteered to supply meeting space.) The meeting will be in the 3-Forks Conference Room. David Prunty, Flathead County Public Works… Read more →