Shop Small Saturday - November 28th
The biggest shopping day of the year in the US is coming right up. Where will you be on November 28th, the Saturday after Thanksgiving? We hope that you will be in the Tobacco Valley spending your money at local businesses. Mountain Gift, My Sister's Apparel and The Front Porch are just some of the many shops that have the ideal item on your shopping list. And the Chamber of Commerce is helping small home businesses set up tables in the community room of Glacier Bank that day as well.
Does Crime Pay?
Nov. 12th and 13th at 7:00 pm. in the historic Majestic Theater.
The Eureka Community Players present an evening of one-act comedies which address the question “Does Crime Pay?” Don't miss what is certain to be great fun as hilarity ensues in the pursuit of the answer!
The evenings begins with “Blind Woman’s Bluff” written by Janet S. Tiger and directed by Sandy Oertli. A blind woman (Shelly Moen) has placed an ad to sell her old rocking chair. John, (Brian Dinsmore) a friendly thief, responds to the ad.
Musician Spotlight - Sally Beal
Sally Beal is a song writer. There is no denying that. In the last fifteen years, she's written close to a hundred songs ranging from "Lincoln County Girl" to "Larch Ridge." Everyone who hears her songs has a favorite. "February Moon"? "Red Dog"? Sally's songs do an incredible job of capturing the land, the seasons and the people in the Tobacco Valley.
The Splendor of Lake Koocanusa
There are times in winter when driving along the reservoir between Eureka and Libby on Highway 37 can be absolutely daunting. And there are times in the spring, summer and fall when there isn't a more beautiful sight.
The ninety-mile long Lake Koocanusa reservoir is held back by Libby Dam (which at over four hundred feet tall is impressive and yes, you can arrange to take tours). The dam is located sixteen miles upstream from Libby providing flood protection and hydroelectric power to the region. If you are the kind of individual who enjoys learning new things, you might consider visiting the Libby Dam Visitor Center and taking a tour.