This event was originally scheduled for Wednesday 9/13, but has been rescheduled to Monday 9/18 due to increased activity of the Sprague Creek Fire.
Montana House is hosting guest author, George Bristol, for an evening reading and book signing on Saturday, August 26th, at 6:30 PM. Please join us to hear this noted conservationist and parks advocate read from his new book, Glacier National Park: A Culmination of Giants. George will be available to sign copies of his book […]
Steve Thompson, Chairman of Climate Smart Glacier Country, will talk about the new non-profit partnership, which is focused on creating local solutions to the challenges of a warming climate. He also will share the latest research about climate trends and future projections in Glacier National Park and the Crown of the Continent region.
Nicholas Oberling is a charismatic speaker who will demonstrate his technique by painting a Glacier landscape in oil from start to finish while simultaneously answering audience questions! Oberling will give the viewer a highly original and entertaining experience of one artists creative process. His presentation is geared to both the artist and non artist alike. […]
TWO NIGHTS – AUGUST 18 & 19 – Enjoy Celtic tunes in Apgar! Two voices with Mtn Dulcimer, Celtic Harp, Accordion, Irish Bouzouki, Bodhran, Bagpipes, and Guitars. $5 at the door, music starts at 7pm. SEATING IS LIMITED, CLICK “CONTACT US” FOR RESERVATIONS
“Folk Rewind”, An Evening of Group Singing Led By Guitar Instructor Steve Eckels at the Montana House on Friday, August 11th, 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 […]
Rachel Potter, former Glacier National Park botanist, recently published and co-edited Montana’s Pioneer Botanists: Exploring the Mountains and Prairies. Rachel’s book is an historical account of early plant hunters in Montana. She will give a power-point presentation about the process of collecting the varied stories included in the book and also illuminate colorful vignettes from […]
1885. Emancipated slave, Mary Fields, rushes to the Montana wilderness, saves her friend’s life and remains, surviving inclement weather, peril and plots against her while she helps Ursuline nuns and Native American girls to survive.
On Saturday, May 27th at 11:00 am Montana House will host a presentation by renowned local photographer/videographer Sumio Harada in another “Look, Listen and Learn” program series. Sumio will present extensive video footage of mountain goats of Glacier National Park in the recently completed room (named “Kintla Camp”) on the 2nd floor of Montana House. […]
Gail Jokerst, The Author of Hungry Bear Kitchen Cookbook, will be signing her book , on September 3rd from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. She will have samples of some of her recipes from her Cookbook.
George Grant was the National Park Service official photographer at the time the Going-to-the-Sun Road was being constructed in the early 1930’s. In honor of the 100th anniversary of the creation of the National Park Service in 1916, Ren and Helen Davis created this collection of Grant’s historic photos.
Ren and Helen Davis are authors of the new book, Landscapes for the People: George Alexander Grant, First Chief Photographer of the National Park Service. This book provides a biography of Grant and features more than 170 of the iconic black and white images made during his 25+ year career with the National Park Service. […]
Global warming, human population growth, economic recessions, and scientific advances . . . How can we move forward with endangered species recovery in our rapidly changing world?
Join us for a Look Listen and Learn presentation by Sumio Harada and the release of his newest book “Wild Harmony”. Sumio will share his thoughts and observations about changes that happen for Glacier Park’s wildlife over time and see his images depicting the true life of wildlife of Glacier National Park. Wild Harmony […]
For the 100th anniversary of Mary Roberts Rinehart’s trip through Glacier, Chris Peterson retraced her journey and wrote his third book “A Trip Through Glacier Park” which he will present for our first Look Listen and Learn program of the 2016 summer season. Seating is limited, so reservations are recommended – call (406) 888-5393 or […]
Cristina’s talk will focus on large carnivores, their survival and adaptation to the changes in climate and what their future may hold. A reception will follow. The event is open to the public without charge, but seating is limited, so reservations are needed.
Join Glacier Institute Director of Education Justin Barth for a journey though time chronicling the development and transformation of the fire lookout system throughout the United States and Glacier National Park. A reception will follow Barth’s presentation. There is a suggested donation of $5 per person to The Glacier Institute for this event. Space is […]
Tom Ulrich will create a ‘retrospective ‘of the 40 years he has been a professional photographer. Thousands of his photos have been published in periodicals familiar to all, from National Geographic, Smithsonian and Ranger Rick to Woman’s World. A reception will follow Ulrich’s presentation. This event is free and open to the public, but space […]
He will share his images of Bald Eagles and describe their natural history and show the varying types of places they nest in the Flathead Valley and Glacier National Park. Sumio will also tell the history of Bald Eagles that once congregated by the hundreds at McDonald Creek back in the 1970’s and 1980’s and […]
This presentation covers an overview of avalanche forecasting for the opening of the Going to the Sun Road as well as avalanche research conducted in Glacier National Park. Erich will describe and show visually how Glacier National Park provides a phenomenal natural laboratory to study avalanches.
With Co-authors Jennifer Bottomly-O’Looney and Kirby Lambert of Montana Historical Society.
What would it be like to live in a a world with no predators roaming our landscapes? Would their elimination bring about a pastoral, peaceful human civilization? Eisenberg argues compellingly for the necessity of top predators in large, undisturbed landscapes and how a continent-long corridor – a “carnivore way” – provides the room they need […]
Images and stories spanning wildlife around the globe
Two voices with Mtn Dulcimer, Celtic Harp, Accordion, Irish Bouzouki, Bodhran, Bagpipes, and Guitars $5 per person requested
Author of The Best of Glacier National Park, Glacier Day Hikes, and Going to Glacier National Park
Author Christopher White tracks two ecologists, Dan Fagre and Clint Muhlfeld and their U.S. Geological Survey team into the high peaks as they take the pulse of Glacier Park