Upper Swan Valley Historical Society
  • May 4, 6pm
    First Friday Program: Wildlife Encounters
    At Swan Valley Community Hall

  • May 17 - Highway 83 cleanup

  • May 26 - Museum Opens for the season

  • July 4 - July 4th Celebration
    100th Anniversary of schools in Upper Swan 

  • August 4 - Tour of Swan Valley Schools

  • August 11​ - USVHS booth at Huckleberry Festival in Swan Lake

  • September 3 - Museum Closes for the season 

  • September 8 - Volunteer Appreciation Program 

  • September/October - School Tours

  • October 13 and 14 - Tour of the Arts 

  • October 18 at 1 PM - Annual Business Meeting

  • December 1 - Frostbite Festival

Stories of wildlife encounters from the past and recent times will be featured at the Upper Swan Valley Historical Society’s First Friday Wildlife Encounters event May 4, 6 p.m. at the Swan Valley Community Hall, Highway 83, milemarker 42.

Lions may land at our feet, wolverines can fly through trees, and bears might lay for us in the bushes, according to stories told in the Upper Swan Valley Historical Society’s oral history collection. At this storytelling event, excerpts of oral histories will be mixed with stories of wildlife encounters told live by the people who experienced them.

The Wildlife Encounters storytelling event is free; everyone is welcome. Participants are encouraged to share their recollections. Tea, coffee and cookies will be served.

The event is funded by memberships and donations, and by Blackfoot. A Montana Cultural Trust Grant also supports the USVHS.
For more information, call 406-754-2745 or 754-2538, or email lamar@blackoot.net.

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