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Upcoming Events

October

  • October 23rd-31st – Jaycees Haunted House – 7pm-9pm – Eagles Club (upstairs)

  • 25th – MSU-Northern Alumni Chinese Scholarship Auction – 6pm – MSU-Northern SUB

  • 26th-31st – Red Ribbon Week

  • 26th – H. Earl Clack Museum Foundation Annual Meeting & Dinner – 4pm – Duck Inn Vineyard

  • 31st – Halloween

  •          Trick or Treating – 5pm-7pm – Holiday Village Mall; 6:30pm-7pm – Northern Montana Care Center

  •          North Central Senior Citizens Bazaar, Rummage Sale & Indian Tacos – 1pm-7pm

November

  •  1st-Dec. 8th – Jaycees Toys for Tots & Koats for Kids

    • Drop off locations:  Kmart, IGA, Walmart and Holiday Village Mall

    • Koats for Kids:  Havre Laundry & Dry Cleaning

  •  1st – North Central Senior Citizens Bazaar, Rummage Sale & Indian Tacos – 8am-1:30pm

  • 1st – Messiah Lutheran Bazaar – 11am-1pm

  • 1st – Clack Museum Celebration Centennial for Women’s Suffrage – 1pm-3pm – Museum (HV Mall)

  • 1st-2nd – Havre Art Association Annual Show & Sale – Van Orsdel United Methodist Church

  • 1st – 9am-5pm; 2nd – Noon-5pm

  • 2nd – Daylight Savings Time Ends

  • 3rd – Christmas Cash Loans Start

  • 4th – Election Day

  • 8th – Montana Birthday

  • 8th –SubZero SuperHero Polar Plunge – 4pm – Blue Pony Stadium

  • 8th –Havre Youth Hockey Banquet – 6:30pm – Havre Eagles Club

  • 11th – Veterans Day

  • 11th – Canadian Remembrance Day

  • 12th-13th – Elf Food Drive (Havre Fire Department) – 6pm-9pm

  • 15th – Recycle Drive and E-Waste Collection – 8:30am-11:30am – Pacific Steel & Recycle

 

Badlands along the Milk River

Badlands is a type of dry terrain where softer sedimentary rocks and clay-rich soils have been extensively eroded by wind and water. It can resemble a terrain of volcanic rock. Canyons, ravines, gullies, hoodoos and other such geological forms are common in badlands. They are often difficult to navigate by foot.

The eroded “badlands” exposed along the Milk River road just North of Havre combine geology, paleontology and scenery in a short 5-mile drive.  The road follows the channel of the ancient Missouri River to the site of the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Rookery park and river access.

Fossils found in these “badlands” prove the existence of marine animals, dinosaurs and other reptiles and even tropical plants in this area millions of years ago.  Much of the area is under private ownership requiring permission to explore.  The easy, short drive is interesting and rewarding.

Up Badlands Bear Paw Battlefield Bear Paw Nature Trail Bears Paw Mountains Bear Paw Ski Bowl Beaver Creek Park Beneath the Streets Buffalo Jump Campgrounds Dino Trail Hunting/Fishing Fort Assinniboine H. Earl Clack Museum Railroad Museum

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Havre Chamber of Commerce
putting Havre first since 1909
Box 308 ~ 130 5th Ave
406-265-4383
chamber@havremt.net
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