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Montana Folk Festival

The National Folk Festival is a three day celebration of traditional performances, art and foods from around the world. It travels around the country, changing location every three years. Four years ago, organizers in Butte invited the National Folk Festival to Montana. Tens of thousands of visitors poured into Butte. The talent and wide range […]

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Red Rock Lakes

Majestic Trumpeter Swans faced extinction in the 1930s.  These massive birds weigh between 20 and 30 pounds with wingspans up to 8 feet and have an appetite to match their size.  Swans need 20 pounds of aquatic plants a day.  Ideal swan habitat can support a large population (they are very social in the spring), […]

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Tips for Traveling with Pets

For many of us, a trip through stunning Montana would not be complete without our animal best friend at our side. The abundance of outdoor adventures makes Gold West Country a canine paradise. Cats might enjoy the car trips, too. Although pets will love the destination, traveling can be stressful. Here are a few things […]

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Come to Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park

The Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park is now open for tours and the summer program schedule has been made! Cave tours are offered daily and Park naturalist, Tom Forwood, will lead the Thursday evening campground programs and Saturday wildflower walks. Friday evening programs are given by guest presenters, usually in the campground amphitheater. For […]

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Farmer’s Markets Beginning Soon

Get ready to enjoy some fresh, locally grown foods! Farmer’s markets in some communities of Gold West Country will soon be selling their Montana-made products. The Helena Farmer’s Market is the first to begin this Saturday, April 30th. You will typically find locally grown bedding plants, herbs, flowers and farm grown seasonal fruits and vegetables, […]

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Railroad Fair in Helena April 17

Here’s what Dan Stinson had to say in the Clark Fork Chronicle about the upcoming Helena Railroad Fair: It’s springtime in the Northern Rockies, and once again a youth’s fancy turns to . . . Trains! Once again, as they have for 31 years, men and women of all ages will gather April 17 at […]

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Helena’s Remarkable YWCA

The Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) movement began in London in 1855 and by 1900, it had spread across the United States. It was an interdenominational Christian organization whose purpose was, and still is, “to draw together women and girls of diverse experience and faiths to open their lives to new understanding and deeper relationships.” […]

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