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Upcoming Events


  • 4th – First Presbyterian Church Bazaar – 11am-1:30pm

  • 4th - Friends of Beaver Creek Park 3rd Annual Fundraiser – Eagles Club – 4pm

  • 6th – St. Jude Harvest Dinner – 11am-3pm

  • 9th-12th – 14th Annual Legends for Lights Pheasant Jamboree

  • 13th – Columbus Day – Chamber Office Closed

  • 16th – National Boss Day

  • 16th-17th – MEA Convention – No School

  • 17th-18th, 23rd-25th, 30th & Nov. 1st – Montana Actors Theatre presents “On Borrowed Time” – 8pm – MSU-Northern Theatre

  • 18th – Recycle Drive & E-Waste Collection – 8am-Noon – Pacific Steel & Recycling

  • 19th – Van Orsdel United Methodist Church Harvest Dinner – Noon-3pm

  • 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

Fort Assinniboine
Montana's grandest military post.

Montana's grandest military post. The fort was the pioneer outpost of north central Montana, the frontier home of regiments of American infantry and cavalry, and the site of 1st Lt. John J. Pershing's (later General) early field assignment. Its surviving buildings stand today as a monument to our state's exciting past -- to the opening of the frontier.

The fort was designed to house ten companies of infantry and cavalry. The troops were charged with monitoring the activities of the region's many Indian groups, patrolling Montana's border with Canada, stopping bootleggers and gunrunners and protecting the state's settlers. In its heyday, nearly 750 officers, enlisted men, and civilians called Assinniboine home.

Daily Tours at 9 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday.  Noon to 5:00 p.m. Saturday -Sunday Originating from the H. Earl Clack Museum (Holiday Village Shopping Center).
Special Tours available upon request For more information call (406) 265-4000, (406)265-8336 or (406) 265-6233.
Adults $6.00, Seniors $5.00, Students $4.00, under 6 free.  Group rates of 10 or more.
Six miles southwest of Havre on Hwy 87.
The military fort was one of the largest built in the US with over 100 buildings. Formally established in May 1879, it housed over 500 men at any given time. Many of the officers were accompanied by their wives and children. Fort Assinniboine was a center for such cultural events as theatricals and dances, in addition to daily military duties. 

http://www.havremt.com/attractions/images/scan03b.gifThe official state historic trail commemorates the main transportation and supply route that existed in the 1870’s - 1890’s. It begins at the OLD FORT PARK in Fort Benton, to Fort Assinniboine near Havre, into Saskatchewan, Canada to Fort Walsh in the Cypress Hills and
Fort Battleford in Northern Saskatchewan.
Pamphlets and information available at the Havre Area Chamber of Commerce,
265-4383, or the Fort Benton Chamber of Commerce (406) 622-5523.

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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