Thursday, March 21
POLSON — Karen Dunwell, president of Polson-Flathead Historical Museum, will speak to the Polson Kiwanis Club on Thursday, March 21, downstairs at the KwaTaqNuk at noon. She will talk about the history of the museum, new developments and upcoming events, including a Flathead Monster Fishing Tournament slated for 2020. The public is welcome. The Lewings from the Port Polson Players had to cancel their March 7 presentation due to the weather but will be at the April 4 meeting. We look forward to hearing from them at that time.
Register for kindergarten in Mission
ST. IGNATIUS — St. Ignatius School District No. 28 is having their kindergarten registration on Thursday, March 21, from 8:30 a.m.- noon and from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Student must be age 5 by Sept. 10, 2019. Please bring with you: the student, the student’s birth certificate, the student’s immunization record, proof of residency (copy of electric bill), any tribal enrollment information, and any applicable custody papers. The student will be given a short assessment test. Paperwork will need to be filled out by the student’s legal guardian. For more information you can call 406-745-3811 X 3.
Friday, March 22
Come watch family-friendly movie
POLSON — It’s Friday and that means ”Fun Movie Day” at the Polson North Lake County Library. Get there early because beginning at 6 p.m. we will show a family-friendly movie (PG or PG-13) about a funny little bear and his friends reuniting with their now adult friend. You must be in the library before 6 p.m. to attend, as the doors lock at 6 p.m.
Pachyderms to hear climate specialist speak
POLSON — On March 22 at 7 p.m., the Polson Pachyderm Club is sponsoring a talk on climate by Ed Berry, PhD, at the Performing Arts Center, Boys and Girls Club, Ronan, Montana. The public is invited to attend at no cost. Ed is a professional climate physicist with degrees from Caltech, Dartmouth, and Nevada. Dr. Ed will focus on how much human CO2 emissions change atmospheric CO2. All government reports assume human emissions are responsible for all the increase in atmospheric CO2. However, no reports back up that assumption with valid scientific data. Attend this presentation to learn what no one has told you before about climate change. See the website: edberry.com, for more information.
Sunday, March 24
Author to give lecture, book signing at Lakeside library
LAKESIDE — A lecture and book signing with Carol Buchanan talking about vigilantes of Montana will take place at the West Shore Community Library on Sunday, March 24 at 2 p.m. Carol is the author of four historical books, “God’s Thunderbolt,” “The Devil in the Bottle,” “Gold Under Ice,” and “The Ghost of Beaverhead Rock.”
Tuesday, March 26
Free workshop on food business offered
RONAN — On Tuesday, March 26, at Lake County CDC, 407 Main Street, a free workshop about building a food business will take place from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. This wide-ranging class will provide you with a firm foundation for starting your food business. Topics covered will include: target market development, cottage food law, the Food Safety Modernization Act, food product development, and processing options. Register online at lccdc. ecenterdirect.com/events or call 406-676-5914.
Join computer class at library
POLSON — From 2-3 p.m. the North Lake County Library will conduct a “Computer Basics Class Part 4- ‘E-Mail’”. Please call the library or stop by the circulation desk to reserve your spot. You can bring your own device or borrow one of ours. This class is open and free to the public.
Wednesday, March 27
Construct hand drum
PABLO — The People’s Center will hold traditional arts classes and activities in March. On March 27 from 5:30–8 p.m. there will be a hand drum construction ($10 per drum) class held. All classes and activities are open to everyone. A light meal will be provided. Call 406-675-0160 for more information.
Learn family yoga
RONAN — The Parents as Teachers Home Visiting Program invites you to attend our group connection at the Ronan Library on Wednesday, March 27, at 11 a.m. Mary Ann Ewert will lead us all in family yoga. Anyone with young children may participate in this free activity. No experience is necessary and you will not need a yoga mat. Snacks will be provided, and those who attend will receive a children’s yoga book, courtesy of Lake County Public Health. Call 406-883-7288 for more information.
Receive help figuring out Medicare
POLSON — The Medicare 101 class is for anyone turning 65 this year. There are many decisions to make, deadlines to meet and penalties to avoid. The Area VI Agency on Aging is offering a class on Wednesday, March 27, from noon-1 p.m. at Providence St. Joseph. The fee for the class is $20 or less, determined on a sliding scale. Call 406-883-7284 or 1-800-266-4188 for information or to register.
Stations of the Cross recited
ARLEE — Fr. Hightower will lead the Stations of the Cross at 7 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church in Arlee.
Friday, March 29
Fifth Friday dinner served
POLSON – Polson Community Church, 1814 First Street E, will have their Fifth Friday night dinner on March 29 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. We will be serving chicken Parmesan, fancy green beans, tossed salad, dinner rolls and a wonderful array of desserts. No offering is expected or accepted. Please come and join us for a wonderful night of food and friendship.
Wayfarers holds scavenger hunt
BIGFORK — Montana State Parks will host the Nature is Neat Spring Scavenger Hunt at Flathead Lake State Park – Wayfarers Unit, 8600 Mt. Hwy 35, Bigfork, on Friday, March 29, from noon- 5 p.m. Help your kids discover how neat nature is by bringing them to Wayfarers to grab a scavenger hunt and explore the park during springtime. There will be two hunts available - one with general objects for younger kids, and one with more specific finds for your older explorers. Choose your scavenger hunt based on your child and how much time you have to explore. Prizes for completed scavenger hunts will be available while supplies last.
This is a free, drop-in program. Get your scavenger hunt any time between noon and 5 p.m. at the Flathead Lake Ranger Station in Wayfarers. (http://stateparks. mt.gov/wayfarers/)
Saturday, March 30
Origami on tap at gallery
ARLEE — Join us at the Hangin' Art Gallery on Saturday, March 30, at 11 a.m. for “Winging It Together with Cranium: Creating Origami Folding Opportunities.” Folded paper cranes will be displayed. For updates follow us at: facebook.com/KilldeerArtisansGuild.
Sunday, March 31
Sacrament to take place at all Masses
St. Ignatius, Arlee, Jocko — The sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick will take place at all Sunday Masses in St. Ignatius, Sacred Heart and St. John Berchman/Jocko Mission on Sunday March 31.
Tuesday, April 2
Learn about Essiac tea and EFT, tapping
POLSON — Come join the “Glad To Be Here Project - One For The Kit Bag.” It’s the first of a handful of spring meetings for sharing some simple, inexpensive ways to help yourself and the ones you love. EFT will be taught by Anais Starr. She will introduce “Tapping” and how to do it along with giving Essiac tea information and samples. Come on Tuesday, April 2, from 6-8 p.m. at JourneyBe, 101 Seventh Ave. W. This event is sponsored by Blue Moon Herbs of Polson - Hot Springs – Missoula. Call 406-883-0110 or go to info@BlueMoonHerbs.com for more information.
Packing light, topic for horsemen
RONAN — Mission Valley Back Country Horsemen will hold their next monthly meeting on April 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the VFW in Ronan. This month’s program will be all about taking dried foods into the backcountry, recipes, preparing them, etc. Going light in the backcountry with food is the main objective for this program plus good tasting, quality food. Scott and Bonnie Kiser are very experienced hikers and horsemen and will present the program. Come to our April meeting and get some great ideas for yourself and as always the public is invited. Hope to see you there.
Quilters partake in potatoes
RONAN — The Mission Mountain Quilt Guild will hold their annual Potato Social on Tuesday, April 2, at 6 p.m. at the Terrace Lake Community Church. Feel free to invite a guest. Also remember your side dishes. The regular meeting will follow the meal. Remember your four fat quarters and any extra ribbon you have that can be used for the quilt show bookmarks.
Wednesday, April 3
Combo plays for community dance
POLSON — Please join us for the community dance at the Elks on Main Street on Wednesday, April 3, from 7-10 p.m. Music is by Ken’s Country Combo playing a variety of country and vintage rock and roll. Ken’s Combo consists of Ken Kenmille (guitar, vocalist); Richard Tobel (lead guitar); Liz Steele (accordion); and our southern singer from North Carolina, Betty Carter. No Elks membership is required. The cover charge is $5. Come check us out.
‘Lamb of God’ returns
ST. IGNATIUS — “Lamb of God” is a sacred work by soloists, choir and orchestra to benefit the St. Ignatius Mission fresco restoration. The performance is free but donations are welcomed. Performance begins at 7 p.m.
Enjoy breakfast at Boys and Girls Club event
RONAN — Celebrate 20 years of “Great Futures” at the annual Boys and Girls Club breakfast at 7:30 a.m. and program from 8-9 a.m. at the new Ronan clubhouse. Featured speakers will be Warrior Movement co-founder and Arlee Warriors basketball coach Zanen Pitts and 2019 Youth of the Year, Ayden Diaz.
Family yoga taught
RONAN — The Parents as Teachers Home Visiting Program invites you to attend our group connection at the Ronan Library on Wednesday, April 3, at 11 a.m. Mary Ann Ewert will lead us all in family yoga. Anyone with young children may participate in this free activity. No experience is necessary and you will not need a yoga mat. Snacks will be provided, and those who attend will receive a children’s yoga book, courtesy of Lake County Public Health. Call 406-883-7288 for more information.