A fun week ahead that includes …
- Monday, July 2 is the Wernick’s Farmer’s Market starting at noon. Take note, it’s Monday this week and not Wednesday because of the 4th of July. It will return to Wednesday on the 18th. Here’s a note from Chris Heitz about that… Jerry says that RASPBERRIES are “strong” – hope that means enough for all of us! He also has fresh greens: lettuce, spinach, kale. Also a few summer quash, cukes, GREEN BEANS, and green onions. If your geraniums are looking a little “washed out” from all the rain, Jerry’s are vibrant and very healthy – and you absolutely can not beat the price. Cheryl Watts will also have an array of spices, rubs, honey, and jams – perfect for a little “hostess gift”, or adding a little zip to your summer BBQ.
- Wednesday, July 4 at 11:30AM: For the 6th year in a row… a reading of the US Constitution. They are asking for any veterans that wish to read to show up at the speakers stand (out front of the Merc) around 11:15- 11:30 AM to sign up and get their paper copy to read. For questions, contact Ray Brown.
- Wednesday, July 4, the annual 4th of July Parade in Polebridge will begin at noon.
- Sunday, July 8 at 10:30AM, join your neighbors at the church services at Sondreson Hall.
- Sunday, July 8 at 7:00PM, is the NFLA July business meeting. This starts with a presentation by Colter Pence “History of how the 3 Forks of the Flathead became a designated Wild and Scenic River” followed by the general meeting at 8PM. Bring a snack to share with your neighbors and friends.
And here’s a special note from Lois Walker… Following the parade folks are invited to visit the yard sale at John Frederick’s house, 25 Beaver Drive in Polebridge. John’s sister Bonnie is sponsoring this sale of household items, camping and sports equipment, books, a few antiques, some tools, artwork, and much, much more. All proceeds will be donated to four local organizations that were close to John’s heart: North Fork Preservation Association, North Fork Trails Association, North Fork Landowners Association, and Headwaters Montana.