(406) 285-4753

PO Box 1103, Three Forks, MT 59752 


  • 07/24/2014 3:17 PM | Anonymous

    Farmers Market Tonight! 4-7 pm, Kids activity starting at 5 pm! At Veterans Memorial Park (E Neal & Main)
    Activity Schedule:
    7/24 Youth Task Force Activity
    7/31 Little Fiddlers and Three Forks
    Historical Society
    8/1 Boy Scout Activity
    8/14 6 Women World Rythum
    8/21 Taekwon-do exhibition
    8/28 Chamber carnival
    9/1 Kiwanas Activity

  • 07/14/2014 7:58 PM | Anonymous

    July 18

    Three Forks Rodeo, AG night! Gates open at 5pm. www.threeforksrodeo.com

    Sacajawea Hotel: Street Dance....Dirty Shame Band
    Burgers on the Porch in the evening

    Stageline Pizza: Open 4 pm-2:30 am

    July 19
    Three Forks Rodeo Parade: 11 am, line up 9-10 am. Businesses are encouraged to enter! Registration is free. 2014_Three_Forks_Rodeo_Parade_registration_form (1).pdf
    10 am- 2 pm Free On Main Street:
    Live DJ
    Blow-up Pony races
    Inflated Basketball Hoops Game
    50/50 tickets on sale, winner announced at DJ booth at 2 pm
    Cool off with misting fans

    Three Rivers Defense: Join us for Ninja games after the parade on Saturday, July 19, 2014.

    Stageline Pizza: Open 4 pm-2:30 am

    Three Forks Rodeo, gates open at 5 pm

    Sacajawea HotelLive parade music: Sugar Daddies
    Street Dance...10 Foot Tall & 80 Proof
    Burgers on Porch during the parade and in the evening.

    Montana Tactical Firearm Instruction: CONCEALED FIREARMS PERMIT COURSE
    . www.mtfi.org 

    Headwaters Heritage Museum
    Visiting relatives and friends here for the rodeo weekend would enjoy a nostalgic walk through the Headwaters Heritage Museum.  Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.  Admission is free!  The gift shop has lots of surprises with a great selection of books, nice gifts, hand crafted jewelry, Made in Montana candies, greeting cards and the best collection of post cards in town, including stamps!  Can't make it during the regular hours?  Call 209-0952 to make an appointment. 

  • 07/14/2014 7:49 PM | Anonymous

    Dog & Grog 2014

    The eleventh annual Dog and Grog is scheduled for July 18th and 19th, 2014. The Bale of Hay Saloon in Historic Virginia City, Montana hosts this Montana Micro-brew festival featuring the best micros made in Montana. Friday night starts with the Wee Dog pint night. Draught Works from Missoula is making their first visit to the Bale and bringing some of the best brews made in Montana starting at 5pm and the Sugar Daddies are playing from 9pm to midnight. Saturday we feature ten breweries including: Lewis and Clark Brewing, Bitterroot Brewing, Bayern Brewing, Neptune’s Brewery, Madison River Brewing, Bozeman Brewing, Quarry Brewing, Blackfoot Brewing and of course Draught Works from Missoula. Don’t miss Uberbrew of Billings this will be their first appearance at the Dog. We are very excited to showcase these two new breweries at this year’s event. Beer and music flow under the big tent next to the Bale of Hay Saloon in Virginia City, Montana. Festivities start at high noon and end at 7pm with No Cover charge! Comstock Lode is playing the best classic rock and roll this side of the Mississippi!  Make sure to get there early to get our package deal, you get 8 tasters of beer, polish dog and limited edition commemorative glass. Individual beers and polish dogs are also for sale. Join us later in the bar for more music by Comstock Lode at 9pm.

    Bale of Hay Saloon www.baleofhaysaloon.com

    Virginia City Chamber www.virginiacity.com

    Call for Hotels 800-829-2969

    Bale Beer Fest 2014

    The second annual Bale Beer Fest is scheduled for August 9, 2014. The Bale of Hay Saloon in Historic Virginia City, Montana hosts this Montana Micro-brew festival featuring two Montana Brewers.

    Saturday we feature Lone Peak Brewing from Big Sky and Beaverhead brewing from Dillon. The Bale Beer Fest is Beaverhead’s first beer fest. We are happy to welcome them!

    Beer and music flow under the big tent next to the Bale of Hay Saloon in Virginia City, Montana. Festivities start at high noon and end at 7pm with No Cover charge! Tom Susanj is playing a little folk, some lite country and pop hits from the baby boomer era.

    Combo price for a pint of beer and polish sausage is $7 or you can buy them separate for $4 each.

    Bale of Hay Saloon www.baleofhaysaloon.com

    Lodging, Live theatre information and other business info:

    Virginia City Chamber www.virginiacity.com

    Growling Old Men Poster 2014.pdf

    Daylight Creek Poster v3.5 with content bldg.pdf

  • 06/23/2014 4:32 PM | Anonymous

    6/23 - Making music - we will build drums, and xylophones

    6/24 - Lip Synching -the kids will bring their favorite music and perform for us

    6/25 - Field trip to Headwaters State Park - full

    6/26 - Dance Party - We will end our week of music with a Rockin' Party!

  • 06/23/2014 4:00 PM | Anonymous

    Kids have fun at the Headwaters Heritage Museum on the "Journey of Discovery."  This year is the 150th anniversary (1864-2014) of the Territory of Montana, and the children (and parents) learn about Indians, Explorers, Trappers, Settlers, Cowboys, Railroaders and Critters.  These are groups of people and animals that have lived in the Headwaters area many years ago, some even before Montana became a territory.  The goal is to search the museum for the "people" and the objects that they may have used, and also for the "critters."  When they find all (or most) that are on the list, they will receive a certificate designating them as being a Treasure Hunter.  The museum is open Monday-Saturday from 9 to 5 and Sunday from 11 to 3.  Admission is free. 

  • 06/23/2014 3:27 PM | Anonymous

    Farmer’s Market Stick Horse Derby – July 17 The Farmers Market will hold a stick horse derby at 5:00 p.m., July 17 (Thursday before rodeo).  We will have three age divisions:  2-3, 4-5, and 6-8.  The derby track will be on the Sacajawea lawn next to the Farmer’s Market.  There will be prizes and it will be fun for the entire family. Local businesses will sponsor the derby.  Businesses please call Diane Phillips at 539-5817 or call the Chamber Office at 285-4753 if you would like to sponsor a stick horse for $20.  For the sponsorship we will give your business advertising in the local papers, radio stations, and announce the day of the event.  We need at least 10 more sponsors.

    Thanks to the following businesses that have already notified the Chamber that they will be a 2014 Stick Horse Derby sponsor- Montana Insurance Inc. (2), Wild Flower Designs & Gifts (1), Hollowtop Consulting Inc. (1), Imerys Talc, Industrial Automation Consulting (1), Stageline Pizza (1), Three Forks Video Shop (1), and Kanta Products Inc. (1).

  • 06/20/2014 10:10 AM | Anonymous

    -May through September 2014-

    (Three Forks, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) invites the public to participate in the Missouri Headwaters State Park GeoCache Challenge May through September 2014.

    The Missouri Headwaters State Park GeoCache Challenge is a self-guided park tour offered May through September, 2014. Using GPS units, visitors navigate throughout the park searching for answers to trivia questions. The GeoCache Challenge is a fun way to get outdoors, learn park history, and see various areas of the Missouri headwaters.

    For those without GPS units, a letterbox version is also available.

    To play, pick up GeoCache Challenge or letterbox cards at the park office or contact station each week.

    What: Missouri Headwaters State Park GeoCache Challenge

    When: Anytime, sunrise to sunset, May through September, 2014.

    WhereMissouri Headwaters State Park, 1585 Trident Road, Three Forks, MT 59752. The park is located four miles north of Three Forks, just off of interstate 90. http://stateparks.mt.gov/missouri-headwaters/

    Enjoy the Missouri Headwaters State Park GeoCache this summer! Bring your family and friends to the park, and have fun.The park is open sunrise to sunset and offers hiking trails, interpretive signs, picnic tables, and access to the Headwaters Trail System to Three Forks.

    Join us in celebrating Montana State Parks 75th Anniversary in 2014! Visit Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) and enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, swimming, boating and more and discover some of the greatest natural and cultural treasures on earth.

  • 06/17/2014 2:03 PM | Anonymous

    Executive Director of Three Forks Chamber, permanent part-time position

    Approximately 80 hours/month – potential for increased hours.

    Successful candidate will be possess strong computer and organizational skills, be self-motivated and have an out-going personality who likes to work with the public.

    Duties include, but not limited to all aspects of bookkeeping and payroll duties, growing membership, sending welcome packets, answering phones, managing all internal and external communications, and development of monthly newsletter.

    This person will be responsible for management of Visitor Information Center, and will assist with the organization of Chamber related activities.

    This position provides a fun opportunity to be an active and key member of the community and to assist the Chamber in increasing our positive impact in the greater Three Forks area.

    Email resume to tfchamber@gmail.com or mail PO Box 1370, Three Forks 59752.  If you have questions please call Val @ 599.3342 or Regi @ 599.3985.

  • 06/16/2014 4:07 PM | Anonymous

    Monday - Rocket Day - explore different ways to make rockets, and shoot them up in the sky.
    Tuesday - Exploding Paint - It's paint, it's explosive, it's fun!
    Wednesday - Field Trip to Three Forks Airport - Bring walking shoes, sunscreen, and a water bottle.
    Thursday - Paper and Cardboard Airplanes - Let's fly!  

  • 06/16/2014 4:05 PM | Anonymous

    Big Brothers Big Sisters wants to let you know how to sign up your kids for our mentoring program.  Our program is free and available to any child between the ages of 5-15.  BBBSGC carefully matches children “Littles” with volunteer mentors “Bigs” in one-to-one staff-guided long-term mentoring relationships meeting once a week for an hour or two. We provide ongoing support to the parents, volunteers, mentees and mentors throughout the course of each match to keep the mentoring friendship going strong.   Children enrolled in our programs are more likely to stay away from drugs and alcohol, have higher self-confidence, and get along better with their peers and parents.  Call our office at 587-1216 or visit us online at www.bbbs-gc.org.  Please let us know if you have any questions or would like more information. 

    How to become a volunteer:

    By becoming a Big Brother, Big Sister, Big Couple or Big Family you can truly influence the life of a child, and you will both be forever changed by the experience. Discover how you can make a difference:

    o    Are you at least 18 years old?

    o    Do you have a couple extra hours a week, a valid drivers license and an insured vehicle?

    o    Can you make an 18 month commitment?

    o    Do you enjoy kids and having fun?

    For a few hours, a couple times a month, you can give a Little the invaluable gift of your friendship. By simply changing their perspective of what the world can offer, you can literally start changing their lives. And sometimes it’s as simple as playing video games, going to a museum, or just hanging out together.  Call our office at 587-1216 or visit us online at www.bbbs-gc.org.  Please let us know if you have any questions or would like more information. 


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