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    "Folk Rewind", An Evening of Group Singing Led By Guitar Instructor Steve Eckels
    at the Montana House on Friday, July 13th,  7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    Montana House is hosting an evening sing-a-long on Friday, August 11th - 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. in the new Kintla Camp event room. All are welcome to join guitar instructor Steve Eckels who will lead group singing of great songs of the folk revival of the 1950s and 1960s. Selected music include songs made popular by Peter, Paul & Mary, The Kingston Trio, The Weavers, Pete Seeger, John Denver, Bob Dylan, The Carter Family, Lead Belly, Harry Belafonte, Woody Guthrie and many others.  Song sheets will be provided. Steve invites participants to bring their stringed instruments for an old-fashioned hootenanny.  In addition, he will perform several solo guitar selections from his albums American Sampler and Cowboy Classics.

    The sing-a-long is open to the public with a $10.00 admission fee. CD's available for purchase. For reservations phone: (406) 888-5393 or email: 1960mthouse@qwestoffice.net

    Since the year 2000, Steve Eckels has taught high school guitar classes for the Kalispell, Montana school district. He is also the guitar instructor for Flathead Valley Community College. His formal training includes a Bachelor's degree from Berklee College of Music, a Master's degree from New England Conservatory, and a Music Education Certification from Northland College. He is active as a solo guitar performer as well as the leader of a 1950s rock and roll band, Zino & the Bel Aires. His numerous recordings, including his popular holiday album Comfort & Joy are available at the Montana House or on his website: www.guitarmusicman.com

  • Author Blake Passmore speaks about “Many Glacier; The Stories Behind the Names”. Where are McDermott Lake or Jealous Woman Lake in Many Glacier? What was Angel Wing called before its name was changed? Who was Natakhi Lake named for and how does she fit into the history of Many Glacier? Who named the Garden Wall?

    There is a lot of history in Many Glacier that you might not know. Join Author, Blake Passmore, for an evening focused on the story behind more names of Glacier National Park.

    This event is free and open to the public, but reservations are required! Please call 406-888-5393 to reserve your seat. Reception and book signing to follow the presentation for Blake's latest book.

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MontanaHouseImage Welcome to the Montana House in beautiful Apgar Village,

at the foot of Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park.

We feature hundreds of Montana artisans, Glacier National Park literature, souvenirs and informative events.

Winter Hours:  10:00 AM – 5:00 PM.-beginning 10/16/2017

Summer Hours: 9 AM- 7:30 PM

Shipping will resume June , 2018 , for the summer

Montana House will be closed Christmas Day & New Years Day


Our Next Look, Listen & Learn Speaker Program Presents:

Steve Eckels

Folk Rewind