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First Friday September 6

September 6, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm

First Friday September 6

Join the fun downtown beginning late afternoon until about 9:00 pm.

River’s Mist Gallery and Gifts           317 Main                        777-0520
“Silk Glorious Silk” a visual presentation by Loey Knapp will be at River’s Mist Gallery on First Friday at 7:00.  Come learn about the Eastern Indian artisans who weave, block print and tie/dye the silk scarves and yarn she brings from India.  You will be amazed by what it takes to get from design to finished product. There is limited seating, so come early and enjoy nibbles while perusing the artwork.  In our front room, we will have a retrospective of Heidi Zielinski’s “Fiber into Art”. Heidi is a nationally known fiber artist featured in numerous fine quilting and fiber arts magazines. Bring your friends and join us for an evening of Glorious Silk.  Libations, light refreshments and good conversation will highlight your evening. Open First Friday from 11 am to 9 pm.

Lutzenhiser & Primoris Jewelry Gallery   116 Main               777-3394
Lutzenhiser Jewelry will be open late! Arthur Kostuk will be at the piano!
New jewelry pieces are happening every day! The “Courtyard” will be open! Starts 6:00-ish! Serving light refreshments.

Mama’s a Hot Mess!                           116 Main                        381-1921
Fulfill your need for pillows! Giant pillow sale this weekend! Come see!

Valley Drug and Variety                     301 Main                        777-5591
Come enjoy our soda fountain with premium Wilcoxon ice cream until 7pm.

Tin Can Bar and Draft Room            207 Main                        625-2627
Just as on every Friday, Tin Can celebrates Jacked-up Friday, with special prices on drinks featuring Jack Daniels. (Single Barrel excluded!)

BUCKLE UP! The Message from the Ladies of America’s SUPER Pageant You will see the contestants up and down Main Street with their message of “Buckle Up”, promoting the concept that bucking up saves lives. The pageant will be held Sunday Sept 8, 7pm in the HHS Performing Arts Center (free admission), to crown this year’s winning contestants. The pageant was founded by pageant trainer, Janet Bierer, whose daughter, Allanya DaRay Thorning, lost her life on July 18, 2010 in an accident. Statistics show many Montana traffic victims chose not to buckle up. Ms. Bierer’s purpose is to remind everyone that the choice to buckle up is a choice to live. The contestants of this and every year’s pageant encourage you, therefore, to Buckle Up! They will be keeping track of your seatbelt use, collecting data for MDOT, so don’t forget–Buckle Up!

Lydia Rae & Tiffany Photography    306 Main                254-760-4641
Meet and greet the folks! See the new merchandise!  Angela’s Creations will be visiting at 306 Main Street, the home of Tiffany Photography, Lydia Rae, and The Messy Apron. Angela creates custom homemade sweets for every occasion. She will be raising money for the Palmer and Blanchard families after both fathers were severely injured in the shooting in March. Sample some tasty treats and be a good neighbor!

Burnt Fork Market                              601 Main                        777-4663
Plan an impromptu family picnic at First Friday events: 8 piece dark meat deli chicken for $6.99 and drink and a 30 oz. Core water for 99 cents.

Bitterroot Model Railroad Club trains are running in Valley Drug basement, 5-8pm. Come and enjoy them with us, kids!
Valley Drug Soda Fountain, 301 Main St., Serving ice cream until 7pm.

High Country Club                             209 Main                        777-9910
Live poker starting at 7pm.

Blacksmith Brewery                            114 Main                        777-0680
Come enjoy our seasonal beers! Pint Night benefits Camp Mak-A-Dream.

Farmers Market season is going strong, from 10am to 2pm, until Scarecrow Festival weekend, October 5.—something for everyone! Grab that  last taste of summer in Montana! For more information: SteviHVFM@gmail.com or 406-381-6145.

COMING SOON Scarecrow Festival and Brewfest!  Oct 4 & 5
Scarecrow Festival is growing—new categories, new prizes and on Saturday, a Brewfest! Save the dates—October 4 & 5, then enjoy the displays the whole next week. New kid category, entries displayed at Stevensville Hotel. Pumpkins, bouncy house, straw maze, and loads of scarecrows, bike path through a variety of local beers, cider, wine, and food trucks! Two days of craziness plus food and fun! Don’t miss it!


September 6, 2019
4:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Stevensville Main Street Association


Downtown Stevensville
300 Main Street
Stevensville, MT 59870 United States
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