Experience the Eureka Riverwalk
The Eureka Riverwalk is a special place in our valley. Meandering along the Tobacco River and easily accessible from the Historical Village, it is a great place to experience nature while still very convenient to town. The Riverwalk started off as a dream by Andy Ivy, long time local physician in the area, and gradually gained momentum as numerous individuals, organizations, the County Commissioners, the town and the two Co-ops worked together to make it a reality.
Montana Film Festival
features film by Tobacco Valley artists
The festival's schedule presents a lineup of new and acclaimed independent films, recent festival hits and includes four made-in-Montana movie premieres. It's an exciting, diverse schedule and we're especially looking forward to ”Love Like Gold” by Kier Atherton and Skye Bennett, both who hail from our Tobacco Valley.
Understanding the Tobacco Valley Board of History
The Tobacco Valley Board of History is a nonprofit that raises funds to cover the costs – and there are many – for maintaining the Historical Village in Eureka. The volunteers make sure the buildings are in good repair with sound roofs and are all nicely painted. They arrange for lawn maintenance each summer so the grounds look beautiful for events such as the Quilt Show and Shakespeare in the Park. They keep the exhibits organized and the archives up to date.
Sunburst Celebrates 20 Years
Summer is over. The fires are mostly out. The geese make that lovely sound as they fly south in their V's. Kids are back in school. But life really isn't slowing down in the Tobacco Valley. We might not be camping as much or spending time at the lake, but there are football games to go to and getting those last loads of wood in. And this September has some very special events as well. Sunburst Community Service Foundation will celebrate its 20th anniversary on September 27th in Riverside Park from 2-4pm. And you are invited!