|April 29, 2018||April 30, 2018||May 1, 2018||May 2, 2018||May 3, 2018||May 4, 2018
Wernick’s Garden Market
12:00 pm -
Noon. Beginning today & continuing every other Wednesday thru Sept 26th. Travel to the bottom of East Red Meadow Rd, go thru log arch/gate on right. This 1st Market will feature mainly starts from the Wernicks; feel free to bring plants you would like to sell. Jerry & Linda Wernick, hosts
|May 5, 2018|
|May 6, 2018||May 7, 2018||May 8, 2018||May 9, 2018||May 10, 2018||May 11, 2018||May 12, 2018
Annual Hall Cleanup
10:00 am -
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - Join us on Sat. May 12th at 10 AM at Sondreson Hall for the annual hall cleanup. Please bring cleaning supplies and outdoor tools and help ready your hall for our summer activities. A light lunch will be served. Questions can be directed to Rachel Peura @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
|May 13, 2018||May 14, 2018||May 15, 2018||May 16, 2018
Flathead Wild and Scenic River Meeting
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Flathead National Forest, in coordination and partnership with Glacier National Park, is in the process of preparing a comprehensive river management plan (CRMP) for the 3-forks of the Flathead River.
A series of resource-focused public meetings will be held over the next six months, beginning on May 16th. This meeting will focus on water quality conditions, management, and concerns as part of the efforts to develop the CRMP. The meeting will be held at the Heaven’s Peak room in the Cedar Creek Lodge, Columbia Falls, Montana. The meeting will be from 6 pm to 8 pm and include presentations on current water quality information and facilitated discussion on how water quality should be addressed in the CRMP. For those new to the comprehensive river management plan process, an introductory presentation on the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act will begin at 5:45 pm. Future meeting topics and a preliminary schedule will be posted on the Flathead National Forest website.
The CRMP will address the current status of the river and the surrounding resources, outline goals and desired conditions, determine user capacity and create a monitoring plan for the next 15 to 20 years. In order to reflect the diverse users of the river and surrounding lands, the public is encouraged to help craft the future management of this designated wild and scenic river to ensure the river and its outstanding resources are maintained and protected.
For more information, please call Flathead National Forest Recreation Program Manager, Chris Prew at 406-758-3538.
Updates on the CRMP can be found at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/detailfull/flathead/home/?cid=fseprd573051&width=full
|May 17, 2018||May 18, 2018||May 19, 2018
John Fredrick Memorial
1:00 pm -
North Fork Hostel 1pm. Share stories, & pictures of this world-famous preser-vationist & Polebridge “Mayor.” Burgers/hotdogs provided, bring a side dish & chairs. Oliver Meister, host.
|May 20, 2018||May 21, 2018||May 22, 2018||May 23, 2018
10:00 am -
10:00 am Wernick’s Gazebo at the bottom of East Red Meadow Rd. Share ideas and knowledge with other North Fork gardeners. Wernicks will have plants for sale; anyone who has starts, plants, or bulbs to share or sell can bring them. Jerry & Linda Wernick, hosts.
|May 24, 2018||May 25, 2018||May 26, 2018|
|May 27, 2018||May 28, 2018||May 29, 2018
First Aid/CPR/AED Class
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The following note is from Bill Walker ... I'd like to remind everyone that Bob Lee is giving his very popular and extremely useful First Aid/CPR/AED class at Sondreson Hall on Tuesday, May 29. It starts at 9:00am and should wrap up around 3:30 or 4:00pm. Bring your own lunch and drinks.
Class size is limited to 10 people. Contact Bill Walker, email@example.com 406-407-2764, to reserve a place.
Cost is $45 (the $35 listed in the newsletter is an error). Bob accepts cash or checks.
The course includes American Heart Association certification in basic first aid, CPR and use of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs). Also, Bob throws in helpful advice on the sort of supplies to keep on hand in remote areas like the North Fork.
We're holding this first course fairly early in the season (there's another in August) because many folks have summer jobs with the Forest Service, Park Service or other outdoor-related organizations. Most of these outfits require basic first aid certification every two years. Bob's course fulfills this requirement.
**NOTE: If you already made reservations and did not hear back from me, try again. There was an email outage a few days ago that caused some messages to go astray.**
Repeat class scheduled for Aug 14th.
|May 30, 2018||May 31, 2018||June 1, 2018||June 2, 2018|
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