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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
DOING BUSINESS HERE

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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ACCOUNTING/BOOKKEEPING

Junkermier, Clark, Campanella, Stevens PC
400 West Main Ste 101 - Hamilton

ART
Art Focus - 363-4112
215 West Main St, Hamilton

Montana Bliss Artworks -
406-351-0073
101 South 7th, Hamilton

AUTOMOTIVE
Jerry Wessels Tire Center -
363-3884
211 N 1st - Hamilton

Tire Rama - 363-2995
500 N 1st - Hamilton

BREWERIES/WINERIES
Bitter Root Brewing - 363-7468
102 Marcus - Hamilton

Higherground Brewing -
375-5204
518 North 1st Street

The Wine Cave - 375-5903
305 West Main - Hamilton

CHIROPRACTOR
Bitterroot Chiropractic - 375-5290
514 North First St. - Hamilton

CLOTHING
Fords Department Store -
363-2251
136 W Main - Hamilton

COMMUNICATION SERVICES
Wireless Connection - 363-2330
410 North 1st St #D - Hamilton

DRY CLEANING
Bitter Root Laundry - 363-1231
113 Foxfield St - Hamilton

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
A2Z Personnel
842 South 1st St - Hamilton -
3
63-0723
115 3rd St. #106 - Stevensville - 777-1662

FARM & RANCH SUPPLIES
Lakeland Feed & Supply -
363-2334
110 Mill Street - Hamilton

Murdoch’s - 363-7644
1189 South First St - Hamilton

FURNITURE
Bitterroot Furniture - 363-1943
223 Pinckney - Hamilton

GOLF
Hamilton Golf Course - Hamilton
1004 Golf Course Rd - 363-4251

GAS
Riverside - 375-0536
1987 North 1st Street - Hamilton

Lone Pine - 375-0554
504 Hwy 93 South - Hamilton

GROCERY STORES
Albertson’s - 363-4555
1313 N 1st St - Hamilton

Gary & Leo’s Fresh Food -
273-2791
5537 Hwy 93 North - Florence

Super One
Hamilton 1131 N 1st - 363-6200

Super One
Stevensville 39 Stevensville Cutoff Rd West - 777-7300


HARDWARE STORES
Evans Ace Hardware - 363-3351
714 N 1st - Hamilton
 

HEALTH FOODS
Rainbow’s End Natural Foods - 363-1626
910 N 1st - Hamilton

LANDSCAPING
Empire Landscaping - Victor
2259 Meridian Rd - 642-6500

LODGING
Quality Inn - 363-6600
1113 North 1st St - Hamilton

MOTOR SPORTS
Al’s Cycle - 363-3433
619 Hwy 93 N - Hamilton

OFFICE EQUIPMENT
Paper Clip - 363-5480
228 W Main - Hamilton

OPTOMETRISTS/
OPTICAL CARE

Big Sky Eye Care - 363-2020
820 W Main - Hamilton

PHARMACEUTICAL
Bitterroot Drug - 363-3611
211 W Main - Hamilton

Valley Drug & Variety- 777-5591
301 Main St - Stevensville

RESTAURANTS
Bouilla - 361-0223
111 South Third St - Hamilton

BJ’s Restaurant - 363-4650
900 N 1st - Hamilton

Caffe Firenze - 273-2923
281 Rodeo Dr - Florence

Coffee Cup - 363-3822
500 South First - Hamilton

Naps Grill - 363-0136
220 North Second St - Hamilton

2nd Street Sushi - 363-0600
322 Second St - Hamilton

The Catered Table
205 Main Street - Stevensville

The Banque Club - 363-5205
225 West Main - Hamilton

The Edge - 375-0007
140 Bitterroot Plaza Dr - Hamilton

RETAIL
Bob Ward’s Sports & Outdoors - 363-6204
1120 North 1st St - Hamilton

Hamilton Gifts - 363-2300
135 West Main - Hamilton

Kmart - 363-2922
1235 North 1st St - Hamilton

Robbins Hallmark - 363-1733
209 West Main St - Hamilton

THRIFT STORE
Ravalli Services Thrift Store - 363-3573
950 North 1st Street - Hamilton

TOYS
Main Street Toys - 375-5155
213 West Main St - Hamilton

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2017 CALENDAR
 
Join Corvallis and surrounding communities as we bring awareness and usable items to the Linda Massa Youth Home. Together we can make a big difference! For more information visit www.ourcommunityunited.org or call 406-381-4307.
 
Bitterroot Valley Kiwanis purchased about $14,000 in food and household items and distributed it to 300 local families in need. They are once again working to fulfill that need here in the valley. Please consider the following sponsorship opportunities:
Silver Sponsorship (1 family) $60; Gold Sponsorship (2 families) $120; Platinum Sponsorship (3 or more families) $180 or more.
Make checks payable to Bitterroot Valley Kiwanis and send to Bitterroot Valley Kiwanis, 610 N. First St., Ste #5, PMB 417, Hamilton, MT 59840. If you have questions, please via email to Christina92786@gmail.com.
 
SEE'S CANDY - until sold out! See’s Candy. Soroptimist Christmas Sea’s trailer open Monday through Saturday at the First Security Bank, corner of Hwy 93 and Main. Shop early for stocking stuffers, friends, clients, family and co-workers. Chocolate and Christmas – a great combination!
 
ISO Holiday vendors and shoppers – looking for a warm spot to sell your holiday items? Wanting to shop locally this Christmas Season? Hidden Treasures at 206 Main Street in Darby has expanded and will feature 4 different vendors each Saturday from Nov. 18th to Dec. 23rd. Call 406-360-9086 for more information.
 
Valley Veterans Service Center is looking Veteran Owned Businesses.
Please go to DIRECTORY: http://www.veteranownedbusiness.
com/mt/ravalli

to register your business. For further information call Tim at (406) 363-9838
 
The Bitterroot Valley Leads Group meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. We are always looking for new members. If you are interested in networking your business, please give Pat a call at 363-2400 today.

The Bitterroot Public Library has events happenings. Call 363-1670 for a complete listing.
The North Valley Library has events happening. Call 777-5061 for a complete listing.

Bitterroot Women's Newcomers' Club
     Are you new to the Bitterroot Valley?  Have you recently retired? Have you been here for awhile and would just like to meet new people?  If so, the Bitterroot Women's Newcomers Club welcomes you to join us at our next meeting, Thursday, November 9, 2017, from 10:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. at the First Christian Church, 328 Fairgrounds Road in Hamilton.  Our speaker this month will be from the Soroptimists International club.  After the meeting, for members who are interested, we will be traveling to Triple Creek Ranch for lunch.  For more information call Deb Tennant at 503-871-9249.
 
OCTOBER 4 TO DECEMBER 6
Stevensville Playhouse presents After School Program, ages 8- 18, every Wednesday … Cost is $75. Call Susan McCawley 777-2722

 
NOVEMBER 28
2018 Spring Academy Soccer Registration Night. 5 – 7 pm at First Interstate Center. For more information regarding this program go to www.valleyelitefc.com or call 360-5068.
 
DECEMBER 1
Special Christmas Event at Ravalli County Museum from 6pm to 9pm
A Cowboy Christmas:
Join us for a unique program with music, poetry and yodeling from some of the finest cowboys and cowgirls in the valley.  The evening includes a Christmas Tree silent auction and a fabulous gift shop sale.  Refreshments will be available for purchase.  Tickets are on sale now at Ravalli County Museum and Chapter One Book Store.  Call 406.363.3338 for more information.
 
DECEMBER 1, 2, 3
Stevensville’s Country Christmas begins with a ‘Parade of Lights’, caroling, open houses. Decorations and beautiful lights throughout the town. Horse and wagon rides and Santa. 777-3773 for more information.
 
DECEMBER 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16
Stevensville Playhouse presents “Annie”. “Annie”  is a musical based upon the popular Harold Gray comic strip Little Orphan Annie, with music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Martin Charnin, and book by Thomas Meehan. The original Broadway production opened in 1977 and ran for nearly six years, setting a record for the Alvin Theatre (now the Neil Simon Theatre).[1] It spawned numerous productions in many countries, as well as national tours, and won the Tony Award for Best Musical. The musical's songs "Tomorrow" and "It's the Hard Knock Life" are among its most popular musical numbers. In 1933, eleven-year-old Annie is in the Municipal Girls Orphanage, along with 7 other girls manage to successfully change their future by sheer determination. “Annie” runs Fri. Sat. Sun. Dec.1 – 17 at the Stevensville Playhouse for tickets visit www.stevensvilleplayhouse.org

DECEMBER 1
Hamilton Wine and Liquor presents Colter’s Creek Winery Complimentary Tasting from 5 – 7 pm. Seven different wines: Riesling, Chardonnay, Arrow Rim Red, Kooos Kia Red, Syrah and 2 new wines, A Tempranillo and a Cabernet Franc.Join them and meet John, one of the winemakers.
 
DECEMBER 1
Hamilton Tonight presents Merry Grinch-mas! Call 360-9124 or www.hamiltondowntown
association.org

 
DECEMBER 1
Stevensville Playhouse presents ‘Annie’. Call 777-2722 for more information.
 
DECEMBER 2
FREE Children’s Activity at Ravalli County Museum from 10 am to 12pm
Tradition Book:
Explore storytelling, illustration, and traditions. Construct your own picture book that displays what traditions your family practices during the holiday season. Using paper, crayons, and yarn, tell the story of your family’s Christmas fun.  Call 406.363.3338 for more information.
 
DECEMBER 2
Daly Mansion presents Christmas Tea & Tour at the Daly Mansion, located at 251 Eastside Hwy in Hamilton. Call 363-6004 #2 for more information.
 
DECEMBER 2
Hart to Heart, The Place in Hamilton presents Clothing and Housewares Giveaway from 9 am to noon at City Hall (Bedford Room). All items are free.  Call 350-2360 for more information
 
DECEMBER 2
Clay Works Holiday Open House and Pottery Sale from 5-8 pm. Holiday treats and beverages and see demonstrations. There will be a raffle for pieces made during the demonstration. 808 S First St., Suite B in Hamilton.
 
DECEMBER 2
St. Philip Benizi Christmas Bazaar at Darby Clubhouse in Darby from 9 am to 3 pm. For more information call Karen 240-9046.
 
DECEMBER 2
Christmas Craft Show at Sapphire Lutheran Home from 9 am to 2 pm, 501 N 10th St in Hamilton. Admission $1 or can of food. $5 Chili Lunch, $5 Photo with Sana from noon to 2 pm.
 
DECEMBER 3
Join Bitter Root Brewing and enjoy Pint Night! A portion of every pint sold during the event will be combined with others across the state to provide our seniors, children, veterans and families across Montana that are in need of a holiday meal.  For full details go to www.mfbn.org/swpn
 
DECEMBER 4
Join Wildwood Brewing and enjoy Pint Night! A portion of every pint sold during the event will be combined with others across the state to provide our seniors, children, veterans and families across Montana that are in need of a holiday meal.  For full details go to www.mfbn.org/swpn
 
DECEMBER 4
The Victor Heritage Museum in Victor, MT is hosting the Chocolate Tasting Party with Silent Auction Monday, December 4, 2017 from 3pm to 9pm. All you can eat Homemade, by citizens of Victor and the surrounding areas, CHOCOLATE and Wassail. Come and enjoy the camaraderie with your friends and neighbors and bid on the great items in the Silent Auction to help to support the Museum. This is the only fund raising effort held for the Museum each year. There is a $5.00 charge at the door with no charge for ages 3 and younger. The Museum is on the corner of Victor's Main Street and Blake Street (3 blocks W. of Hwy. 93) The phone # of the Museum is 642-3997 or call Suzanne @ 363-3165.
 
DECEMBER 6
Corvallis Christmas Tree Lighting at 6:00 pm in front of the high school. For more information call Carol Peterson 381-8564.
 
DECEMBER 7
MDMHospice staff and volunteers are hosting their 26th annual Tree of Lights ceremony on Dec.7 from 5 to 7 pm at MDMH in the Blodgett and Canyon View Conference Rooms. At 5 family and friends are invited for homemade soup, bread and holiday treats followed by a ceremony of music and reflection. Then at 7 the lighting of the Hospice Center Holiday Tree. Various donations are available. Call 363-6503 for more information.
 
DECEMBER 8
Hamilton Tonight presents Hamilton Tonight – Sheep Trial! Call 360-9124 or www.hamiltondowntown
association.org

 
DECEMBER 8
Open House/Ribbon Cutting at Literacy Bitterroot … Open house from 3:00 – 5:30 with Ribbon Cutting at 5:15. Celebrating 30 years of providing literacy services to the Bitterroot Valley. Located at 303 North Third in Hamilton.
 
DECEMBER 8
Bitterroot College Holiday Open House from 4:30 to 6:30. Located at 103 South 9th St in Hamilton. Program exhibits, holiday refreshments and explore the Bitterroot FabLab.
 
DECEMBER 9
"COOKIE WALK" & Bake Sale You won't want to miss this event...this is not your ordinary bake sale! Do yourself a favor this holiday season and skip all the fuss of baking those holiday sweet treats by attending this unique "Cookie Walk" and Bake Sale on Saturday, December 9th, hosted by the Bitter Root Humane Association.
Talented area bakers have been busy whipping up their favorite holiday cookies in every flavor, shape and size.  Shoppers can tour the cookie tables and choose their favorites in any quantity (sold by the pound) and stock up on all the other individually priced sweet treats of pies, cakes, breads & candies...some of which are County Fair Ribbon winners. And, rumor has it there will also be goodies for our four legged furry friends!  To round out the event, some great gift items, including wonderful unusual cookie jars & tins, handmade holiday stockings & whimsical pet items will also be on the sale tables to treat yourself or all those lucky folks on your holiday shopping list!
 
The event is being held on Saturday, December 9th at the Bitterroot Valley Board of Realtors Building located at 224 N. 4th Street in Hamilton;  the doors will be open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Plan to come early for the best selection since this event has sold out in the past!
 
All proceeds from sale will be used by BRHA to assist animals in need throughout the coming year.  For more information or to pre-order premade cookie gift platters contact Mary at 642-3785 or email at dogmommary@aol.com
 
DECEMBER 9
FREE Children’s Activity at Ravalli County Museum from 10 am to 12pm
Snowflake Craft:
Learn about the uniqueness of snowflakes on a cold Winter’s day. Using paper, scissors, and glitter, create a snowflake banner  to take home with you!  Call 406.363.3338 for more information.
 
DECEMBER 15
Hamilton Tonight presents Celebration of Light! Call 360-9124 or www.hamiltondowntown
association.org

 
DECEMBER 16
Hamilton Eagle’s Holiday Bazaar, 125 North 2nd St in Hamilton. Call 363-1113 for more information.
 
DECEMBER 16
Daly Mansion presents Community Christmas Party at the Daly Mansion, located at 251 Eastside Hwy in Hamilton. 11 am to 3 pm. Call 363-6004 #2 for more info.
 
DECEMBER 16
Montana A Cappella Society will have a Montana Christmas Concert at 7:30 at the PAC. Show will feature John Floridis. 217 Daly Ave in Hamilton. Call 363-5778 for more information.
 
DECEMBER 16
Children’s Christmas Activity from 10 am to 12pm at Ravalli County Museum
Candy Houses:
Expand your imagination, celebrate creativity, and decorate a festive holiday house that gets you in the jolly spirit. Using a menagerie of colorful candy, choose how to adorn your own tasty house. This activity costs $5.00 per house to cover materials.  Call 406.363.3338 for more information.
 
 
DECEMBER 14 OR 23 . Date to be announced
Montana A Cappella Society is hosting a Holiday Concert for the community. Call 363-5778 for more information.
 
DECEMBER 22
Hamilton Tonight presents Countdown to Christmas! Call 360-9124 or www.hamiltondowntown
association.org

 
DECEMBER 23
FREE Children’s Activity at Ravalli County Museum from 10 am to 12pm
Gift Making:
Craft a handmade gift for a friend or family member. Make your own Christmas tree ornament using paper, glitter, coloring supplies, and your imagination!  Call 406.363.3338 for more information.
 
DECEMBER 30
FREE Children’s Activity at Ravalli County Museum from 10 am to 12pm
A Postcard from 2017:
It’s almost 2018! Reflect on your favorite memories and accomplishments when you create a postcard that represents what you did in 2017.   Call 406.363.3338 for more information.
 
 
 


 
 

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