Friday, May 17
Class offers help for caregivers through June 7
POLSON — Are you caring for a loved one? Providence St. Joseph Medical Center is hosting the Area VI Agency on Aging’s six-week series of classes designed to help caregivers with the many physical and emotional challenges they face. The classes begin May 3. For class times and more information visit: https://montana. providence.org/events or call the Area VI Agency on Aging at 406-883-7284.
Friday, May 17
Men’s Friday afternoon cancer club through May 24
POLSON — If you are a man with any cancer diagnosis this group is for you. Join others for six meetings to discuss the issues men with cancer are facing Friday afternoons from 5:15-6:30 p.m. at the Bickford Building (upstairs). This group is free of charge. Coy Theobalt has been facilitating groups for men with cancer for more than 18 years. Call 406-578- 8078 to reserve a seat.
Friday, May 17
Move for better balance through June
POLSON — The spring session of “Moving for Better Balance,” an adapted Tai Chi program, will begin on Tuesday, April 9. It will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10-11 a.m. at the Polson Senior Center. The class will run until the end of June. Call Jane at the Agency on Aging to sign up 406-883-7284.
Theatre on haunt alert through May 26
POLSON — We aren’t kidding folks; Polson’s live theatre on the lake is on haunt alert. Come see for yourselves May 17-26. “The Phantom of Singing Hills” may attack at any minute. Desiree Alexander and Megan Stevens and the rest of the cast will perform this musical mystery laced with comedy and a down-home western flair. Call 406-883-9212 or go to: PortPolsonPlayers.com for more information … before it’s too late!
Saturday, May 18
Cherry Blossom festival set for May 18
YELLOW BAY - The 16th annual Yellow Bay Cherry Blossom Festival will be held on Saturday, May 18, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Yellow Bay Community Clubhouse on Highway 35 at mile-marker 18. The festival is free and open to the public. Shoppers will enjoy a large selection of locally produced and hand-crafted items offered by talented local artisans. Booth space is still available; for information and to reserve a spot, call Shari at 406-982-3437.
Participate in ‘Family Pedal to Plate’ event
RONAN — The Mission Mountain Family Pedal to Plate can help with free general bike maintenance and bikes to give-away while supplies last. Sponsored by MMAPP, this family bike event on Saturday, May 18, held behind the new Boys and Girls Club in Ronan, includes a family one-or three-mile bike ride, a free meal and informational kid-friendly booths on biking, recycling, and healthy foods. We are looking for volunteers and for used bikes to refurbish and give away. If you have a bike to donate call 406-544-8890 or drop off bikes at the Boys and Girls club May 4 from 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. For more information, go to facebook.com/Pedal2Plate or contact Janet Sucha at 406-544-2613.
Sunday, May 19
Pastor, Rabbi provide presentation
POLSON — “ A Community’s Response to Hate,” a presentation by former pastor of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church David Rommereim, and Rabbi Allen Secher of Whitefish where the Jewish Community experienced a cyber attack. The community is invited for the May 19 presentation at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 409 Fourth Ave. E. The event begins at 10:15 a.m. after regular services.
Monday, May 20
RHS Art Club students hold show, raise funds
RONAN — The Ronan High School Art Show opening and art sale, the last show of the year, will take place in the high school art gallery on Monday and Tuesday, May 20 and 21, from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Art Club students will also host a bake sale and be selling reproduction artwork to raise funds for a trip to Seattle to experience the big city art community.
Tuesday, May 21
POLSON — The North Lake County Library continues its popular Needle Arts Series with embroidery classes every Tuesday in May from 2- 3 p.m. On May 21 learn the art of crewel.
Wednesday, May 22
Meet, greet at Polson Airport
POLSON — The Wednesday, May 22, EAA Chapter 1122 meet and greet/“Burger Burn,” is open to all interested in airplanes, learning to fly, or participating in local aviation events or fly-outs. Come join us at our meet and greet meeting with burgers. We meet at the Polson airport FBO at 6 p.m. for burgers. Meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.
Whitefish Credit Union details ‘Shred Day’
POLSON — The Polson Whitefish Credit Union, (110 Third Ave.), will hold their annual “Shred Day” on Wednesday, May 22, from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. Our Shred Day event is free to all Credit Union members and the public. Bring any unwanted paper documents, especially ones containing personal and confidential information, to one of our event locations to have your materials safely and securely destroyed on-site at no charge. Shredding is first come, first served. When the trucks are full, shredding will no longer be available. For more information go to our Facebook event page: https:// www.facebook.com/ events/305534380139863.
Thursday, May 23
Color with adults
POLSON — The North Lake County Library continues with adult coloring with “Travel Across America Color by Number,” Thursday, May 23, from 2-4 p.m.
Go to W4W event
PABLO — The 2019 Women 4 Wellness event will take place on Thursday, May 23, at SKC’s Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center. For more information call 406-275-4913.
Montana Democratic chair, Lindeen, to speak
RONAN — Lake County Democrats will hold their county convention at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 23, at the Ronan Senior Center on Main Street. Officers will be elected by the county committee and county precinct men and women for the two year period from June 2019 to May 2021. Monica Lindeen, chair of the Montana Democratic party, will discuss the recent 2019 Legislative session and plans for 2020 campaign cycle. Come early for a social at 6:30 p.m.
View ‘A Day To Remember’
RONAN — A free community screening of “A Day To Remember,” will take place at the Boys and Girls Club of the Flathead Reservation and Lake County, 62579 US Highway 93, on Thursday, May 23, at 6 p.m. This project is produced by the students of the MAPS – Lake County film class. For more information call 406-381-7230 or go to:mapsmediainstitute.com.
Friday, May 24
Family-friendly movie shown at library
POLSON — Bring your own non-alcoholic beverages and snacks to the North Lake County Library on May 24. The library will provide popcorn while you enjoy a family-friendly movie at 6 p.m. Don’t be late as the doors get locked. Check the library’s website for movie specifics at: http:// www.northlakecountylibrary.org/. Also, the North Lake County Public Library will be closed on Monday, May 27 for the Memorial Day holiday.
Share a dish at Big Arm potluck
BIG ARM — The Big Arm Association is hosting a potluck dinner at our historic Big Arm School on Friday, May 24, at 6 p.m. Please bring a dish to share with neighbors and friends. Our guest speaker will be Sheriff Don Bell.
Please come join us. For more information call 406- 849-5064.
Monday, May 27
Library closes for holiday
POLSON — The North Lake County Public Library will be closed in observance of Memorial Day.
Memorial parade on tap
POLSON — The Memorial Day Parade will assemble at the Elks Club on Main Street between 9-9:30 a.m. with step-off time at noon. The parade will go down Main Street and turn to end at First Citizens Bank. Polson Flathead Lake Museum on Main Street will offer free ice cream and a 20 percent discount on admission fees.
To play basketball in Plains, register by May 27
PLAINS — The Wildhorse Shootout will be held on June 1 at the Amundson Sports complex in Plains. The deadline for entries is May 27 and cost is $100 per team. Divisions include first grade through adult. Register online at: missionvalley3on3.com.
Tuesday, May 28
Elders/youth activities planned
BLUE BAY — Two Eagle River School begins three days of elder and youth activities on Tuesday, May 28, at Blue Bay from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. There will be student awards, bingo, cribbage, chess, a scavenger hunt, fishing, canoe races, a pop race, and a pie eating contest. The events promote the belief, “We learn best at the feet of our elders.” For more information call 406-675-0292. Breakfast and lunch served. Everyone is welcome.
POLSON — The North Lake County Library continues its popular Needle Arts Series with embroidery classes every Tuesday in May from 2-3 p.m. On May 28 the odds ‘n ends of needle arts will be covered.
Wednesday, May 29
Elder, youth Olympics on tap
PABLO — From 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. elders and youth activities continue with cut and dry meat, social time, photo booth/interview, bingo, games, a fry bread contest at 9:30 p.m., a fun run/ walk at 11 a.m., elder/youth Olympics at 1:30 p.m. and a tepee race, all at Two Eagle River School. The events promote the belief, “We learn best at the feet of our elders.” For more information call 406-675-0292. Breakfast and lunch served. Everyone is welcome.
Guatemala discussed during Wiggle Worms
POLSON — Guatemala is the subject of the 3:30 p.m. Wiggle Worms program at the North Lake County Public library.
Learn about the great, gray owl
POLSON — “The Great Gray Owl.” by Denver Holt, will be Mission Mountain Audubon Society’s educational program on Wednesday, May 29, at 7 p.m. in the North Lake County Public Library in the meeting room. Everyone is welcome.
Receive free lunch
POLSON —There is such a thing as a free lunch … at Soup’s On, 101 Seventh Ave. W, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Enjoy a delicious midday meal every Wednesday and Thursday. On Wednesday, May 29, the menu features Thai chicken noodle soup and chili, with the trimmings. See you there.
Thursday, May 30
Discuss what’s on your mind
POLSON — Come join our second monthly community discussion forum, “Polson Gather Round - Walk With the World,” on Thursday, May 30, from 4-5 p.m., at the Good Roasting Coffee Company, 201 Third Ave.-right behind Stutzman Furniture. We meet at the same location and time every last Thursday of the month. For more information call 406-214-2020. Come and discuss what’s on your mind and meet others to see what their concerns are.
Social powwow completes elder, youth activities
PABLO — Two Eagle River School continues with the third day of elder and youth activities including a stickgame at 3 p.m., dinner at 4:30 p.m., a silent auction from 3-7 p.m. and a social powwow starting at 6 p.m. First five drums registered for powwow are paid. The events promote the belief, “We learn best at the feet of our elders.” For more information call 406-675-0292. Dinner will be served; everyone is welcome.