Thursday, January 25
Author to read from patriotic book
POLSON —The free “Night at the Museum” at the Miracle of America Museum, 36094 Memory Lane, is held on the fourth Thursday evening of each month. On Jan. 25 author Charles B. Lutz will read from his work of historical fiction, “Eyes in the Sky,” inspired by actual and incredibly memorable events. Mr. Lutz is a professional educator and ordained minister. He has taught courses in mathematics, science, history, and biblical studies. With the 100th anniversary of the Allied victory in World War I approaching, there’s no better time to read a high-flying, dramatic, inspirational story of real patriotism and virtue. Treats and donations are always welcome. For more information, call 406-883-6804.
Register for Grazing, Agriculture conference
MISSOULA — The Western Montana Grazing and Agriculture Conference is Jan. 25-26, at the Double Tree Inn. There will be 30 speakers, panel discussions and breakout sessions with ranchers, industry leaders, resource professionals, researchers and more. Register at: www.lakecountyconservationdistrict.org. Pre-registration is $50 and includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.