Thursday, October 12
Multiple genres shown at new exhibit through Oct. 13
POLSON — Sandpiper Art Gallery, 306 Main Street, Polson, presents “Making It Up as I Go.” This exhibit will definitely capture your imagination. It features artists Nancy Miler (painter), Donna Winn (3D mixed media), Nancy Zadra (impressionist/ abstract painter), Gerald Garcelone (woodwork), Susan Evans (3D mixed media), Carol Rae (jewelry), and Sue Ball (lino-prints). The exhibit will run from Sept. 4 until Oct. 13. Artists reception for this exhibit is on Sept. 8 from 5-7 p.m. at the Gallery.
Thursday, October 12
Gallery presents work of renowned artist through Nov. 11
POLSON — Takes Horse Gallery, 49487 US Highway 93, is proud to present “Art in Autumn,” an exhibition featuring the work of renowned artist John Gawne. A member of the CM Russell Museum’s elite Skull Society, John Gawne’s paintings of the western landscape and Native Americans are shown in some of the most prestigious galleries in the country. This is a unique opportunity see his work, as well as paintings by some of Montana’s and the Northwest’s best artists: John Gawne, David Dragonfly, DG House, Tabby Ivy, John Pepion, Rachel Warner and Shannon Webster. An opening reception will be held on Friday, Oct. 6, from 4-8 p.m. The exhibition will run from Oct. 6-Nov. 11.
Learn about water and microbes
POLSON — “Water and microbes: The tiny engines that keep the world habitable” by Dr. Matthew Church will be Mission Mountain Audubon’s next program on Thursday, Oct. 12, at 7 p.m. in the Polson Library meeting room. Everyone is welcome. Matt’s talk will explore how we study aquatic microbes and describe some of what we’ve learned about the roles of these tiny organisms in controlling ecosystem health. Dr. Matthew Church is a professor of aquatic microbial ecology at the University of Montana’s Flathead Lake Biological Station.
Transportation committee adjusts routes
POLSON — The Lake County School Transportation Committee will meet on Thursday, Oct. 12, at 10:30 a.m. in room #317 of the Lake County Courthouse. Adjustments needed in school bus routes will be discussed. Guests are welcome. For further information, call 406- 883-7262.