Events with the tag: Polson
Tuesday, February 25
Learn to crochet
POLSON — The popular Needle Arts Series has returned to the North Lake County Public Library. Crochet is back. The library is happy to provide four crochet sessions in February 2020 as part of our ongoing fiber arts series. The final date is Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. in the library meeting room. Please bring your crochet hook and yarn (cotton recommended). A limited number of hooks are also available for $5. There will also be yarn on hand.
Start enjoying your tablet
POLSON — Technology Tuesday begins with “Tablets: from starting up to playing games,” on Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 2 p.m. at the North Lake County Public Library. Are you stymied by what your tablet can do? Heather will show you the basics of playing games, reading electronic books and using applications. Start enjoying your tablet. You can bring your own or borrow one of ours.
Friday, February 28
Daines’ rep to speak at Pachyderm meeting
POLSON — The Lake County Pachyderms invite the community to hear the northwest field representative for Steve Daines, Ron Catlett, speak on the Montana Water Rights Protection Act bill S-3019. On Friday, Feb. 28, from noon to 1 p.m. Catlett will share on behalf of the Senator’s office reasons why Daines introduced the bill and why he believes it is in the best interest of Montanans to see it passed in Congress. The meeting takes place at the Polson Rural Fire Station off Regatta Road in Polson.
Sunday, March 1
Jam at Elks
POLSON — Classic Country Jammin’ will be held on March 1 in the Elks’ ballroom on Main Street from 1– 4 p.m. The time change is to allow for winter conditions and early sunset. This event takes place every first Sunday of the month. Bring your guitar, banjo, mandolin, autoharp, fiddle, drum, bass, sax, keyboard, etc., and join us for a few hours of fun. Bring your own amp or you may play acoustic. Everyone is welcome to play, sing, dance or just listen. We will have coffee and snacks for you. You do not have to be an Elk member to utilize the bar next door. The cover charge is $5 and there is no charge for singers or players. For general information call 406-883-3130 or call 406-260-6590 regarding music.
Wednesday, March 4
Polson Chamber meets for monthly luncheon
POLSON — The Polson Chamber’s monthly luncheon will be held at noon on Wednesday, March 4, at the KwaTaqNuk Resort. Representatives from the Salish Kootenai College Career Services and Internship Program will make a presentation on the wide variety of internship placement opportunities currently available to Polson area businesses. Reservations are not required. For more information please contact the Chamber office at 406-883- 5969 or email: chamber@ polsonchamber.com.
Polson community dance held at Elks
POLSON — Please join us for the community dance in the Elks Ballroom on Main Street from 7-10 p.m. This will be our birthday dance for this month as our March 18 dance has been preempted by another event. Music is by Ken’s Country Combo playing a variety of classic country and vintage rock and roll. Snacks are provided during the 8:30 p.m. No Elk membership is required. The cover charge is $5. If you want a good hamburger, come early as Elk members will be cooking from 5-7 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Come and check us out.
Thursday, March 5
New coloring experience offered
POLSON — Enjoy “Adult Coloring: Color Outside the Lines” on Thursday, March 5, from 2-3:30 p.m. in the North Lake County Public Library’s meeting room. The library has hosted a popular coloring program since 2016. We have always stayed inside the lines, but no more. This time we will doodle our own lines and mandalas. Please join us for this new experience. All supplies are provided and a spring snack. This program is free and open to the public.
Polson Flathead Lake Museum discussed at Kiwanis Club meeting
POLSON — The Polson Kiwanis Club meet the first and third Thursday of each month at the KwaTaqNuk Resort, Koostatah Room from noon-1 pm. Join us on March 5 when our speaker will be Karen Dunwell from the Polson Flathead Lake Museum. She will update us on the progress of the funding for the new roof as well as new exhibits planned for the coming season.