Celebrate Montana history with us! Your interest and love of Montana’s past energizes our work. With your help, more real stories of the past can be shared and more history is preserved for future generations. We invite you to enjoy, engage, explore, know, visit, and preserve Montana history by joining and supporting the Montana Historical Society.
August Public Programs
You are invited to a reception honoring 128 years of dedicated service to the Montana Historical Society and the people of Montana Thursday, August 17, 5:00–7:00 p.m. 225 North Roberts Helena, Montana. Please join us in saying “Thank You” to: Susan R. Near, Development and Marketing Officer; Lea Solberg, Library Technician; Dallas Miller, Tour Guide; Steve Palmer, Tour Guide; Rebecca Baumann, Membership Coordinator; Darrell Beckstrom, Tour Guide; Pat Branson, Security Officer; Theresa Cardiello, Tour Guide; and Melissa Gardner, Tour Guide. Light refreshments will be served. For more information phone (406)444-1799.
Thursday, August 24, 12:00 noon. George Bristol author talk and book signing. Glacier National Park: A Culmination of Giants. Bristol takes readers on a journey through the history of Glacier National Park, beginning over a billion years ago from the formation of the Belt Sea, to the present day climate-changing extinction of the very glaciers that sculpted most of the wonders of its landscapes. He delves into the ways in which this area of Montana seemed to have been preparing itself for the coming of humankind through a series of landmass adjustments like the Lewis Overthrust and the ice ages that came and went.
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