– Van Orsdel United Methodist Church Harvest Dinner – Noon-3pm
– MSU-Northern Alumni Chinese Scholarship Auction – 6pm – MSU-Northern SUB
– Red Ribbon Week
– H. Earl Clack Museum Foundation Annual Meeting & Dinner – 4pm – Duck Inn
Trick or Treating – 5pm-7pm – Holiday Village Mall; 6:30pm-7pm –
Northern Montana Care Center
North Central Senior Citizens Bazaar, Rummage Sale & Indian Tacos –
Shopping Discover and
The true flavor of
Havre can be found in the historic downtown, where visitors and
residents alike come together. Downtown is still the hub for government
and many professional services.
downtown core provides a quaint setting for specialty stores,
restaurants, taverns and galleries. Downtown is a reflection of Havre’s
rich history and its uniqueness that attracts shoppers from many of the
surrounding communities. It is the place where people come together to
celebrate and enjoy many community events.
The Atrium, once home to the famous FA
Buttery Department Store is now the collective location for several
unique businesses from a candy store to a bakery and much in between.
Visit the Holiday Village Shopping Mall
thatis located on Highway 2 West. The Holiday Village Mall experience
features 45 businesses that include national chains, regional retail
stores, a fitness center, the Clack Museum, personal services and a
casual food court area.
Business can also be found on 1st
Street. As the downtown area
developed and the mall came to be in the 1970’s business store fronts
sprang up along 1st Street east and west of the central
business district. Many of the area’s service businesses from car
dealers to lumber yards can be found in this business district. Also,
Kmart and Walmart have located in this district west of town.
Not to be forgotten are the many businesses
scattered throughout Havre , you will find other retail stores, craft
shops and restaurants along 5th Avenue.
“Havre ranks 11th for best
business climate of Montana’s top 25 municipalities and has the best
business friendly attitude for a city of its size”, according to a 2012
study completed by Montana’s Policy Institute