North Fork Winter Dance Classes will resume this Friday, December 8 at 6:30 at the Community Hall. The classes are taught by dance instructor Debo Powers. Classes are free and open to the entire North Fork Community. Classes will be held every Friday night during the cold winter months when most people are looking for some excuse… Read More »
Everyone had a good time at Thanksgiving dinner yesterday. Here are some photos sent in by friends and neighbors. Here are some photos of John Frederick’s Hat, which is destined to rest on the Whitefish Divide, making the rounds yesterday. Read more about John and why the Hat is important at this post. And the… Read More »
This year’s Northern Rockies Snow and Avalanche Workshop in Whitefish has drawn another panel of experts to enlighten winter sports enthusiasts about safe backcountry travel. The Northern Rockies Snow and Avalanche Workshop (NRSAW) is a one-day winter safety conference dedicated to improving avalanche related decision making skills for winter backcountry professionals and enthusiasts. There will… Read More »
The Flathead Beacon reports that on the heels of the state’s first climate assessment, the Montana Institute on Ecosystems, Climate Smart Glacier Country and Flathead Valley Community College are partnering to host a Montana Climate Science Day in Kalispell. The Oct. 16 event will feature presentations from authors of the recently released 2017 Montana Climate Assessment,… Read More »
At this year’s New Year’s Eve party (hosted by Steve and Sandi Kelly and Dick and Janet Leigh at Sondreson Hall) we will be featuring a Parody Song Competition. Get together with your family and friends, or go solo and write a parody of a popular song, past or present, with a “North Fork” twist.… Read More »
Friends of Jerry DeSanto: Memorial at Karen’s. Sunday, September 17, 2PM. Keg beer. Food provided at 4PM. If you don’t know how to get there, you can contact Karen at email@example.com.
NFLA will meet this SUNDAY, September 10th, at 7 PM with a photo presentation about the history of the association presented by Lois Walker followed by a business meeting @ 8:00 PM. Please note the change in the DAY of the meeting now the 2nd. Sunday of the month from June through October. Bring a… Read More »
Students must be at least 10 years old to register for a hunter education class; there is no maximum age limit. Any person born after January 1, 1985, must show a certificate of completing a hunter education course to purchase a hunting license in Montana. Classes are free of charge. ALL Students must register online for all… Read More »
Good news from Chris Heitz – The Wernick’s summer market is on for Wednesday! There is still a limited amount of salad greens, but they are very close to the end. Lots of kale, chard, parsley, dill, and endive. Once again there will be some small green onion bunches, but also large onions, 4-5 melons, lots… Read More »
The summer is definitely winding down… Sunday, Aug. 27 – Church services at Sondreson Hall at 10:30AM. Wednesday, July 30 – Kintla Ranch History Tour with Larry Wilson. Meet at Larry’s at noon with lunch and a drink.