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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

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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The Outpost at 296 Marcus Street in Hamilton, offering Kids Summer Lunch Program for kids 18 and under from 12 to 1 pm. Tues., Wed., & Thurs., Starting June 6th through Aug. 17. Call Grace Lutheran 363-1924 for more information.

Riverstone School Summer Camps - $99/week June thru August. More information on these camps 361-0433 or www.myriverstone.org

Darby Rodeo Association presents ‘Chip n Buck’ event Call Cal Ruark at 544-5536

Hart to Heart, The Place in Hamilton presents Archery Tag from 1 to 3 pm Eastside Hwy and Christofferson Road in Corvallis. Free family event with prizes. Ages 8 and up. Call 350-2360 for more information

Join us at the Daly Mansion to have spring fun, dance to the music of the Salamanders, and learn about pollinators and more! 10 am to 5 pm - Tickets are $5 per person 4 yrs and younger free. For more information please call 406-363-6004 ext. 2#.

JUNE 2-4, JUNE 9-11 AND
NOV. 3-5

Artists Along the Bitterroot Studio Tours and Sales from 10:30 am to 6 pm. The tours are an opportunity for the public to view and purchase art work directly from the artists.  www.artistsalongthebitterroot.com  381-7898

Pasty Night from 4 to 8 pm at MineShaft Pasty Co. The first Tuesday of each month is Pasty Night. A portion of all proceeds are donated to Hamilton Players.

Hamilton Tonight presents Outdoor Recreation. Call 360-9124 or hamiltondowntownassociation.org

JUNE 9-11
Mt. Professional Artist Assoc. Annual Art Show and Sale at the Bitterroot River Inn. Reception June 9 at 6 pm. Event is always 2nd week of June. Contact Mary Bolen 961-3887

Bitter Root Day at the Ravalli County Museum from 9 am to 3 pm. Call 363-3338 for more information.

Saturday June 10th from 9am-2pm | 37th Annual Bitter Root Day. Bitter Root Day event is a cultural heritage celebration of both the Salish (the original inhabitants of the Bitter Root Valley) and the community that currently resides here. This festival includes two competitions, arts, crafts, food & produce from local and out of area vendors, potted Bitter Root plants and seeds for sale, plus live music. Compete in our 5th Annual Jerky contest and show off your Jerky making abilities. Join us for our 4th Annual “Create a Difference” Recycled Craft Competition & Exhibit! Show off your ability to create something new and beautiful out of something that might normally end up in the land fill!  Recycled Craft and Jerky forms will be available in Spring, 2016. Ravalli County Museum | 406.363.3338 | 205 Bedford St, Hamilton, MT 59840

Hamilton Farmers Market opens – RC Museum’s Bitter Root Day Hours from 9 am to 3 pm. Call 961-0004 for more information.

Florence Civic Club’s Old Pick up Show at the Florence Carlton School parking lot. Food provided by Polka Dot Patties Food Truck. Special activities for the kids. 9 am to 1 pm Call 544-5157 for more information.

JUNE 9–11
Big Sky Fiber Arts Festival at the First Interstate Center in Hamilton. Workshops, vendors, and lots and lots of crafts. Call 642-3119 for more information.

JUNE 9-11
Mt. Professional Artists Assoc. presents MPAA Events ’17. Reception Fri., June 9 at the BR River Inn in Hamilton. Show 9, 10 and 11th. montanaprofessionalartistsassoc.com for more information.

Daly Mansion presents Mansion Music Series: ‘Romancing the West’ at 7 pm at the Daly Mansion, located at 251 Eastside Hwy in Hamilton. Call 363-6004 #2 for more information.

JUNE 16-18, 23-25 & 30, JULY 1-20
Hamilton Players presents She Loves Me. Friday and Saturdays performance at 8 pm Sundays at 2 pm. Call 375-9050 for more information.

Hart to Heart, The Place in Hamilton presents Christian Paintball from 1 to 3 pm Eastside Hwy and Christofferson Road in Corvallis. $15 per person, includes 400 paintballs, co2 and all equipment needed to play. Ages 10 and up. Call 350-2360 for more information.

Hamilton Farmers Market – theme “Market’s Father’s Day Gift Bag Drawing, SAFE’s Father’s Day Scavenger Hunt”. Hours from 9 am to 1 pm. Call 961-0004 for more information.

JUNE 16-17
Western Heritage Days in Stevensville. Chuck Wagon load of fun for the whole family. Activities, food, parade and beer garden are just a few of the activities that you will enjoy. Call 777-3773 or www.mainstreetstevensville.com

TnT Dinner and Auction at Teller Wildlife Refuge beginning at 5 pm. RSVP to 961-3507 or www.tellerwildlife.org

BR Humane Assoc. is having their “Previously Appreciated Art Sale” on Sat., June 17 from 10 am to 2 pm at the Bedford Building, 223 S 2nd St., in Hamilton. Call 363-0117 for more information regarding this event.

JUNE 20-21
NSPRA Rodeo in Darby. Contestants from the US and Canada travel to Montana to compete in all standard rodeo events. Rodeo event kicks off at 6 pm each evening. Call 544-5436, Cal Ruark.

JUNE 23-24
3rd Annual Bitterroot Valley 50 Mile Garage Sale. Over 250 Vendors, refreshments along the way. Shop or sell, from Lolo to Darby. bitterroot50milegaragesale.com.

Bitterroot Therapeutic Riding will hold its Annual BBQ On June 24 at Sky High Arena at 6 pm. Call (406) 880-6599 for more information regarding this event.

Hart to Heart, The Place in Hamilton presents Youth Arise (archery, dance, crafts and jumping castle) 10 am to noon. Free family event with free prizes and hot dogs. Call 350-2360 for more information. Located at 273 Fairgrounds Road (Barnabas Ministries)

Mark Saturday June 24 on your calendar for the best FREE Air Show, Fly-In and Car Show in Montana. The Wings and Wheels Air Show, Fly-In and Car Show features over 100 of the coolest Hot Rods and Classic Cars in Montana, Planes and Pilots from all over the West, and the most amazing Air Show you’ll see all summer. Featuring the Brad Wurzen Power Addiction Air Show and the Legacy Air Museum Vintage Warbirds, this is the one event you’ll talk about all year. Admission to the airshow is FREE! Pancake breakfast and fly-in starts at 7am. Air Show at 11am. Hot Rods all day long. Only at the Ravalli County Airport in Hamilton Montana. wingsandwheelsairshow.com or call Eric 381-2273

BR Community Band Performance at the Bandshell in Hamilton at 8 pm. Call 363-8962 for more information.

Thursday June 29th from 6pm-8 | American Indian Music: Even More Than Drums & Flutes with Scott Prinzing. Join us for a Free lecture where Prinzing illustrates how Indians have contributed to American music in virtually every genre, including traditions often associated with distinctly non-Indian ethnic groups. Sponsored by Humanities Montana Ravalli County Museum | 406.363.3338 | 205 Bedford St, Hamilton, MT 59840

Sapphire Summer Concert Series Tin Cup. Call 363-2800 for more information or www.sapphirelutheran.org

Montana A Cappella Society are having Open Auditions for new singers, all welcome. Call 363-5778 for more information.

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