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  Visit the Bitterroot Valley in Montana WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT US
Nestled between two mountain ranges, the Bitterroots on the west side and the Sapphires on the east, the Bitterroot Valley has enticed people from all walks of life. Whether it be for finding that perfect vacation memory, that perfect spot to live and raise a family, retire or start a business the Bitterroot Valley is the jewel of Big Sky country. People keep coming back time after time to enjoy the variety of events, activities and recreational opportunities the valley has to offer. Authentic western lifestyle, quality of life, clean air, beautiful lakes and rivers, and communities that care.

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  Living in the Bitterroot Valley in Montana WHY YOU WOULD WANT TO LIVE HERE
If you are looking to create your own work and life balance, the Bitterroot Valley is the perfect location for you. We are beautifully tucked between………..

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  Doing Business in the Bitterroot Valley in Montana WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER
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The business opportunities are bountiful, the infrastructure is sound and the educated workforce is plentiful. There are a wide variety of businesses that choose to make the Bitterroot Valley their home because of the quality of life it provides.

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MAY 6
Tickets go on sale for Bitterroot Secret Garden Tour, which is July 8. There will be 5 gardens to tour between Stevensville, Corvallis and Hamilton. More information visit here

MAY 12
Culture Crawl downtown Hamilton from 4 to 7 pm. Stop in at all 5 galleries and be entered in a drawing for a $50 give card. The Gallery at Clay Works, 808 S 1st; Art City, 407 West Main St; Montana Bliss Artworks Gallery, 101 S 7th St; Art Focus, 215 Main St; and The O’Hara Commons, 111 South 4th St.

MAY 12
Boot, Scoot & Boggie - Annual SAFE Banquet at the First Interstate Center in Hamilton. 6 to 10 pm. Call 363-2793 for more information regarding this event.

MAY 12
Hamilton Tonight –Mother’s Day Celebration and Shopping. Call 360-9124 or visit here

MAY 12
Hamilton Christian Academy’s 18th Annual Spring Auction at 5:30 at Hamilton Assembly of God Church, 601 W Main in Hamilton. Benefit student programs and scholarships at HCA. Call 363-4534 for more information.

MAY 13
Daly Mansion presents Mother’s Day Tea from 11 to 2 pm at the Daly Mansion, located at 251 Eastside Hwy in Hamilton. Call 363-6004 #2 for more information.

MAY 13
Bitterroot Performing Arts Council presents Annual Spring for the Arts Event at St. Francis Community Center in Hamilton from 6 – 10 pm Call Staci 363-7946 for more information.

MAY 13
Hamilton Farmers Market opens – theme “SAFE’s Mother’s Day Cake Walk”. Hours from 9 am to 1 pm. Call 961-0004 for more information.

MAY 13
Youth Conservation & Education Expo at Red Slack Barn, Teller Wildlife Refuge, 1180 Chaffin Lane in Corvallis. 10 am to 4 pm. Shooting, hunting, ethics and education. Call Tom 531-4224, John 546-5995 or Lauren 961-3507.

MAY 14
Montana A Cappella Society is hosting a free Mother’s Day Concert at the Daly Mansion in Hamilton, located on Eastside Hwy. Call 363-5778 for more information.

MAY 19
Friday May 19th at 6pm | Nez Perce Trail: The Journey of the Resilient Nez Perce People. Join us to celebrate the opening of this very special exhibit which has been in the making for over four years and was developed with Nez Perce Tribal Elders and Members. Witness a Salish Tribal Member offering a traditional welcome and permission to pass through Salish Homeland; hear reflections from Nez Perce whose families were on the trail in 1877; sample traditional Nez Perce foods, enjoy special music; and take in the exhibit. After it makes its debut at Ravalli County Museum it will travel to other museums along the Nez Perce Trail.
Ravalli County Museum | 406.363.3338 | 205 Bedford St, Hamilton, MT 59840

MAY 19-21
79th Annual Show and 2017 NFMS Show - Dig This!; Bitterroot Gem and Mineralogical Society, First Interstate Center; Ravalli County Fairgrounds, 100 Old Corvallis Road; Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4; $3, under 12 free with adult; Dave Trexler, Paleontologist. Two medicine dinosaur center, Bynum MT, gems, minerals, displays, geodes, silent auction, dealers, presentations, fossils, field trips; contact Steve Vieth, (406)-381-7597; e-mail: viethsteve88@gmail.com

MAY 20
Evening of Chocolate Decadence by Hamilton Soroptimist .. 7 to 10 St. Francis Parish. A fundraiser for Soroptimist awards and scholarships for RC Women. 360-3902.

MAY 20
Appaloosa Horse Parade & Nez Perce Culture Presentations from 10 am to 12 pm. Come see the Nez Perce Appaloosa Horse parade then join Nez Perce Tribal members for FREE hands on kid’s activities at the RC Museum. Call 363-3338 for more information.

MAY 25
Thursday, May 25th from 6pm-8pm | Living with the Land, with Louise Ogenahgeshig Fischer
Free lecture
where Fischer describes the American Indian struggle for survival in often harsh conditions, triumph over hardships, and spiritual and creative achievements. Sponsored by Humanities Montana
Ravalli County Museum | 406.363.3338 | 205 Bedford St, Hamilton, MT 59840

MAY 27
Hart to Heart, The Place in Hamilton at City Hall (Bedford Room), presents ‘Centershot Archery’ from 10 am to noon. Free family event with prizes. Ages 8 and up. Call 350-2360 for more information

MAY 29
Memorial Day Parade in Corvallis. Biggest, little parade in Bitterroot Valley. Call Doug Mason 546-4244.

 

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