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April(details)

  • 5th-6th & 12th-13th – Easter Bunny Pictures at Holiday Village Mall

  • 12th & 19th – Easter Bunny Pictures at Atrium Mall

  • 2nd – 1st Annual MSU-Northern All Sports Banquet – 6pm – MSU-Northern Gym

  • 4th – NLASF Spring Fling Dinner & Auction – 5:30pm – MSU-Northern Gym

  • 5th – Children’s Carnival – 11am-2pm – Holiday Village Mall

  • 5thMen Who Cook for Women Who “Wine” – 6pm – Hingham

  • 8th – Soup, Soap and Salvation sponsored by Salvation Army – 6pm-8pm – Holiday Village Mall Meeting Room

  • 9th – Elvis Impersonator Ryan Pelton – 7:30pm – HHS Auditorium

  • 11th – Artist Reception for Tom Marinkovich – 6pm-8pm – Atrium Mall

  • 12th – Hands on History – 11am-3pm – Holiday Village Mall

  • 12th –Walleyes Unlimited Banquet – 7pm – Havre Ice Dome

  • 12th-13th – Women’s Expo – MSU-Northern SUB

  • 13th – Bear Paw Bowmen Annual Spring Shoot – Eagles Campground

  • 15th – “Josh Vietti” (hip hop violinist) – 7pm – MSU-Northern SUB

  • 16th – HPPA presents “Pam Tillis” – 7:30pm – MSU-Northern Gym

  • 18th – Good Friday

  • 19th – Kids Day at the Atrium Mall – 1pm-4pm

  • 20th – Easter

  • 23rd – Administrative Professionals Day

  • 25th-26th – MAT presents “Chicago” – 8pm – MSU-Northern Theatre

  • 25th Sweetgrass Society Powwow – MSU-Northern Gym

  • 26th – Havre PRIDE

  • 26th Recycle Drive & E-Waste Collection – 8am-Noon – Pacific Steel & Recycle

  • 30th – Special Olympics – 9am – Havre Middle School

 

 

Rocky Boy Pow Wow
an event of Indian Heritage and tradition

Rocky Boy is home to members of the Chippewa- Cree Tribe.   The Bear Paw Mountains provides a dramatic back drop for the reservation.

The name Rocky Boy was derived from the name of a leader of a band of Chippewa Indians.   It actually meant “Stone Child” but it was not translated correctly from Chippewa into English and “Rocky Boy” evolved.

The reservations have special social and cultural events and activities.  Tribal Pow Wows  and rodeos are social events usually open to the public.  When visiting these events and public places such as museums, churches, and tribal facilities, it is important that guests show respect and courtesy. Experience the Rocky Boy Pow Wow, August 1-3.

Pow Wows are social gatherings featuring generations- old drumming and dancing, and traditional dress and food. Visitors are welcome to Pow Wows.  Participants should bring lawn chairs or blankets, since seating is limited at most Pow Wows.  Guests may dance during the “Round Dance” (everyone dances in a circle) or when invited by the emcee.  It should always be kept in mind that the dance area is sacred.  Visitors may also participate by invitation in a “Giveaway”, a ceremony in which a family gives gifts to others to honor a deserving family member.

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putting Havre first since 1909
Box 308 ~ 130 5th Ave
406-265-4383
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