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Upcoming Films and Events
Come in out of the heat to enjoy films from Montana’s past in our air-conditioned auditorium.
Saturday, August 18, every hour on the hour starting at 10:00 a.m.
- Kootenai (1976, 14:08): Provides a history of the region surrounding the Kootenai (or Kootenay) River, a major tributary of the Columbia River that flows through British Columbia, Montana and Idaho.
- Old West Trail Country: Your Land and Mine (1977, 28:10): A travelogue that highlights the natural beauty of the five states that comprise the "Old West Trail Country": Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska.
Saturday, August 25, every hour on the hour starting at 10:00 a.m.
- Interesting People in Montana: Jean Sullivan (ca. 1958,16:05): Celebrated Montana radio and television executive Ed Craney interviews Jean Sullivan, Glacier National Park employee and avalanche survivor.
- Montana and Its Aircraft (1969, 44:29): A program that discusses the importance of aviation in Montana, including medical flights, the spraying of crops, forestry and firefighting, ranching, rodeos, mail service, commerce, business commuting, and recreational activities are all portrayed as beneficiaries of improved aviation.