Tobacco Valley Bike Safety Rodeo
Every spring, Tobacco Valley's law enforcement makes sure every child in town on a bike has a helmet. Montana Highway Patrol Neil Duram heads up the effort, arranging a date for the event, ordering helmets and collecting donations from generous community businesses
Rendezvous Days 2016
Rendezvous weekend is barreling down upon us and as always there is going to be a lot to take in. From the Black Powder Shoot starting Friday at noon to the Mud Bog out at the fairgrounds on Sunday, there are enough activities to keep everyone hopping. The parade, the bed races, the Kimberly pipers playing at the VFW, the car show, the vendors at the Historical Village and fairgrounds, the arm wrestling and even the Eureka Community Players' musical melodrama - it doesn't leave much time if you want to fit it all in.
Eureka Community Players to Perform
The Tobacco Valley is fortunate to have the dynamic community theater group that began three years in Eureka and grows stronger play by play. Over Rendezvous weekend from April 28 through May 1, Eureka Community Players will perform its outrageous musical melodrama "Lurking on the Railroad (or Will She Give Him a Wide Berth?)" at the Majestic Theater.
Visit NW Montana Goes to the Governor's Conference
The Tobacco Valley was very well represented at the recent Montana Governor's Conference on Tourism. This annual event took place at the Kalispell Hilton Garden Inn in Kalispell from April 10 to 12 and was attended by many of our local businesses. VisitNWMontana and the Eureka Chamber of Commerce shared a spectacular booth, at which we gave away visors from Indian Springs Ranch and Golf Course, dog treats from Mountain Vista Veterinary Services, key rings from Cheeto's Garage and so much more. Numerous valley businesses — such as the Wilderness Club, Heaven's Peak, and Lancaster & Company — sent items along that we gave away to conference participants or added to a raffled basket of goodies.