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Weekend Rundown

Friday the 6th

Tai Chi (free class) Free Tai Chi classes held at The Elks Lodge from 9:30 to 10:20 am.

Needle Felting Workshop Starts at 11 am at the Shovel and Spoon, Another "Felt So Fine" needle felting workshop! Call to reserve your place!! 682-3288.

Beaverhead County Mental Health Local Advisory Council Starts at 12 pm. The Beaverhead County Mental Health Local Advisory Council (LAC) seeks a consumer representative to serve on the council. Consumer representatives optimally have lived experiences with public mental health services either directly and/or in connection with family, friends, and/or their community. The LAC meets the second Friday of each month to address and advocate for more effective mental health services and their delivery in our county, region, and state. Meetings are open to the public and anyone interested in supporting community mental health is urged to attend. If interested in joining as a consumer representative or in need of more information, please contact LAC co-chairs Jerry Girard and/or Heidi Gjefle at (406) 683-7180.

Formal Friday at Beaverhead brewing Company starts at 3 pm. Come down dressed in your finest formal and enjoy a beer or three! More news to come.

Steve Rose live at RVB Steve Rose will be playing this Friday from 6-8pm!

Beaverhead Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet

  • Music: DJ Adam Hooten

  • (50/50, prizes, drawings and much more!)

  • Tickets: $35 per person, $240 table of eight

  • For Tickets: Contact Candi at 683-5511, email or stop by the Chamber, 10 W. Reeder St. (we accept credit cards, checks & cash)

  • 5 p.m. social hour

  • 6 p.m. dinner

  • 7:30 guest speaker

  • Presentation of awards

Guest Speaker is Steve Wahrlich of the Tourism Advisory Council and owner of Stella's and the Clocktower in Billings. The Chamber will also present its awards to area business leaders. For information, call 683-5511 or email

Live Music with Left For Dead at Willies Distillery music starts at 5:30 pm. We will be back playing at Willies on Friday March 6th from 5:30 to 7:30. Hope to see you there. Come on out, order up some Honey Moonshine, grab hold of the saddle horn and hang on for some great fun.. Of course we don't want you to miss our show but if you get a chance, drop by Willie's anytime. Willie's has great décor and of course it's always fun to sample their moonshine and other spirits!

Saturday the 7th

2020 RMSHA SNOWMOBILE HILLCLIMB Starts at 10 am. Qualifying Saturday march 7th, Finals Sunday, March 8th $10 one day pass or $15 two day pass, Lost Trail Ski area.

March Homebuyers Education Class in Sheridan starts at 9 am. In partnership with NeighborWorks Montana, Wells Fargo, and Berkshire Hathaway, Headwaters RC&D offers in-depth information on all aspects of home ownership through a series of classes held throughout Headwaters economic development region. The first step to creating successful homeowners is education. Educated homeowners stay in their homes longer, take pride in their properties, and have one-third less foreclosures. Headwaters offers Homebuyer Education Classes, an 8 hour course covering all aspects of the home buying process. Headwaters depends on an array of experts from several areas of home ownership, to give presentations throughout the class covering the following home purchase areas: Down payment and closing cost assistance, Self-help housing opportunities, Budgeting and credit, Working with a realtor,The mortgage process, Home inspections and maintenance, Insurance (homeowners and life), Title insurance and closing process. Cost of the class is $25 per individual or $35 per household. Pre-registration is required. Attendance is required for both dates in order to complete the course. March 7th 9:00am - 4:00pm Sheridan Senior Center 210 E. Crofoot Sheridan Please note: Our classrooms are not suitable for children. Please arrange for child care during the class. Register by emailing Courtney at or by calling 406-533-6781

Beaverhead SnoRiders Fun Run Registrations at High Country Lodge 10 am, Polaris, MT, all hands in by 3 PM Kids up to 13 $1, Youth 14-17 $3, Adults $5 per a hand. more info call 406-925-0947 or 406-925-0501

Artists & Photographers Open House starts at 5 pm. Artists and photographers interested in donating their work for display at the Ruby Valley Medical Center are invited to an Open House on Saturday, March 7th at 5pm in the Ruby Valley Medical Center lobby. We will explain our plans, answer your questions and enjoy refreshments. The Art Committee of the Ruby Valley Medical Center is very grateful to the artists who have expressed interest in donating their artwork for display at the hospital!

Jackson Volunteer Fire Dept Firemans Ball Dinner served 5 to 7 pm, $20/person and

12 and under free. Live and silent auction for more info call Kateland at 406-360-6798 or Kyle at 406-925-0943

Sunday the 8th

Daylight Savings time Spring Ahead

As always, there are plenty of other activities to do in and around Dillon. The Big Sky Cinema has Onward and Call of the Wild playing for the whole family. The weather is warm and it would be a great time to stop by Bannack before the summer crowds show up. Stop by Rocky Mountain Supply for gas and everything you would need for a great spring picnic.

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