Bringing Life to History &|
History to Our Lives
Phone: (406) 756-8381
Our Book, Looking Back;
School Alums; and
Our Lecture Series
Monday - Friday, 10-5
Adults $5.00 Seniors $4.00
Members & Children Free
Western Indian Culture
This authentic collection of rare and diverse Native American artifacts reveals much about the life and culture of the Indians of the Northwest. This is an Indian-based exhibit of unusual authenticity not to be missed by anyone interested in Native American culture.
Frank Bird Linderman
Artifacts and art from the heirs of this famous Montana writer, pioneer, educator, and humanitarian.
Sand Monkeys, Tie Hacks,
and River Pigs
The logging industry in northwest Montana
History of the Flathead Valley
NEW . . . and Nearly Complete
Taste of Kalispell
Saturday, September 6th - 5:00 to 10:00
Come and enjoy with your family and friends an evening of great food, drinks, and music on a lovely summer night. Right here on our lawn at The Museum at Central School.
More details on our Facebook Page.
Traditional Quilt & Needlework Exhibit
Now Through October 2014
Featured are more than a dozen hand-sewn quilts by local artists, some with tops from the late 1800s through the 1930s. Many of the quilt designs are based on traditional quilt patterns. Also on display are knitted dresses and a variety of period needlework.
Local quilters, whose work is on display, include Shirley Barrett, Bonnie Coston, Lois Dawson, Vivian Eby, Judy Elwood, Katherine Johnson, Pat Linder, and Betty Jo Malone.
Montana History Book Club
Second Thursday of every month, 6:30 PM
September 11 “The Oatman Massacre”
by Brian McGinty (2005)
All are welcome. Books are available at the Museum's School Bell Gift Shop at a discount for Society members. If you wish to receive monthly reminders about the Book Club, please send us an email to give us your email address.