Bigfork Whitewater Festival

Bigfork Whitewater Festival

The 47th Annual Bigfork Whitewater Festival will be happening this Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29, 2022. Whether you are a competitor or a spectator, you are invited to have a wonderful holiday weekend in Downtown Bigfork, Montana.

The Bigfork Whitewater Festival is celebrating 47 years of extreme whitewater action and community-oriented fun! This is the longest running event in Bigfork and is one that the entire Flathead Valley looks forward to each year. Participants come from around the world to race. Spectators are also a huge part of this festival and come to enjoy the races and other events held in town. ~ Website

Bigfork Whitewater Festival

Bigfork Whitewater Festival Details

Race Descriptions

KAYAKING:
Lower/Beginner Slalom:

$20 Entry Fee for Lower Slalom ONLY

Type of Boat: Kayaks, Canoes, SUP Boards. This race is held on class 2-3 whitewater with 8-10 gates . It is a timed race. If a racer hits a gate they will receive a 5 second penalty. If a racer misses a gate they will receive a 50 second penalty. Competitors will get two runs, with the better time used for their score. This is a great opportunity for advanced beginner to intermediate whitewater kayakers and canoers to try paddling gates. This race will start by the power plant and end at the bridge on Electric Avenue in downtown Bigfork.

Upper/Lower Slalom, Down River, Giant Slalom

$50 Entry Fee

Upper Slalom:

Type of Boat: Kayaks and Decked Canoes. NO GLASS OR COMPOSITE BOATS This is an International Canoe Federation style slalom race with 15-20 gates set over 250 yards of continuous class IV whitewater. It is a timed race. If a racer hits a gate they will receive a 5 second penalty. If a racer misses a gate they will receive a 50 second penalty. Competitors will get two runs, the fastest run will count toward overall time. The Upper Slalom begins below the dam on river right and ends at the last gate in “Staircase” rapid.

Down River:

Type of Boat: Kayaks, Decked Canoes. The downriver race is held on a mile of continuous class IV whitewater known as the Wild Mile. This is an all-out sprint, there are no penalties, fastest time wins. This race will be the time trial for the Giant Slalom Race. Paddlers will start 1 at a time in 2 minute intervals on river left below the dam and paddle to the finish line, the bridge on Electric Avenue in downtown Bigfork.

Giant Slalom:

Type of Boat: Kayaks, Decked Canoes. The Giant Slalom is judged exactly as the Upper Slalom Race with 5 second hit and 50 second miss penalties. The GS has 10-15 gates set over the same stretch of class IV water as the downriver race. Racers start on river right below the dam in 2 minute intervals. The finish line is the downtown Bigfork bridge. Competitors will get one run, fastest time wins.

45 & Older/18 & Under Categories:

We have added two divisions this year to accommodate boaters that would like to compete in the upper slalom, downriver and giant slalom. These boaters will be timed as normal, but will not be in the running for the grand prize money. There will be separate prizes for these athletes. Age is determined by date of festival.

Whitewater Festival Champion & Overall Scores:

The Event Champion will be the individual with the fastest combined time from the Upper Slalom, Down River and Giant Slalom races. Times are recorded by Competitive Timing Inc. *Athletes competing for Event Champion MUST USE THE SAME BOAT for all races – NO GLASS OR COMPOSITE BOATS. Standings from this race will be entered as part of the Western Point Series and the Western Whitewater Championship Series.

STAND UP PADDLEBOARD FLAT WATER RACE
Presented by Base Camp Bigfork, we are excited to announce the fourth annual Bigfork Bay Paddleboard Race!

This year the race will offer three divisions with coordinating courses – beginner – intermediate – advanced

Courses TBD

All racers must supply their own SUP and PFD. $20 entry fee.

Cash prizes for first place in each division! Every paddler is entered to win from the raffle.

Registration 8:30-10:00 a.m. Downtown Bigfork

Safety Meeting 10:30 a.m. Bigfork Bay Public Dock

Races Start 11:00 a.m. Bigfork Bay Public Dock

WHITEWATER RAFTING RACES

Boats consisting of 4-man teams will compete in two events: down river race which will serve as the seeding for the head-to-head. Heats will be determined by number of entrants. $150 per team, 4 members + 1 alternate. Payout is dependent upon number of entries. All registration money goes directly to pot.

Five people maximum per team with only four persons on the raft during races. No fixed oar rafts. Racers must launch from designated launch area or team will be disqualified. Official IRF rules for the competition can be found HERE. Not open to amateur levels.

About Bigfork

Bigfork, Montana is located on the north end of Flathead Lake, where the Swan River spills into Bigfork Bay. The last mile of the Swan River, known as the “Wild Mile”, is a class IV section of whitewater.  It is the perfect whitewater venue with a scenic nature trail paralleling the north side, giving spectators front row seats for some of the best whitewater action in the area. The Wild Mile also flows through downtown Bigfork, which offers an eclectic variety of restaurants, shops and galleries.  Please check out the Bigfork Chamber website for more visitor information!

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2022 NW Montana Fair and Rodeo

NW Montana Fair & Rodeo

For over 119 years, the NW Montana Fair and Rodeo has continued to bring one of the best rodeo traditions to Montana. Each year in August, the NW Montana Fair and Rodeo arrives featuring three days of PRCA rodeo action, a huge concert, fun carnival rides, and of course great fair food. The NW Montana Fair and Rodeo will take place August 17-21, 2022, and features amazing local talents, the Livestock Show and Sale, and shopping from more than 100 commercial exhibitors. The heart of the Fair is over 8,000 hand-crafted exhibits showcasing the interest, talent, and passion of our regional residents. From quilts to mini-horses, flowers to rabbits, you’re sure to experience blue-ribbon displays throughout the fair. Learn more – HERE.

NW Montana Fair and Rodeo

The Northwest Montana Fair has undergone a lot of change over the past 100+ years. The attractions, events, live entertainment and virtually every detail of the fair has changed to appeal to the desires of people in the Flathead. In other words, the fair has adapted and delivers what people want to experience. These photos are a small sampling of people, events and daily scenes from recent years. Enjoy!

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Flathead Cherry Festival

flathead cherry festival

The Annual Flathead Cherry Festival is coming to Polson, Montana, July 30 through July 31, 2022. This festivals is all about cherries and they promise to be at their peak ripeness for this festival. It is the perfect opportunity to shop artists, vendors and freshly backed treats while discovering the history of cherries all down Polson Main Street.

flathead cherry festival 2022

Flathead Cherry Festival Details

SATURDAY, July 30
Sidewalk Chalk Art Contest In front of Cove Celi in Cherry Alley
Get ready and be creative on your block of the sidewalk—an all-ages contest with prizes for winners in different categories. Pick up chalk beginning at noon. The contest will be judged at 5 PM.

SATURDAY, July 30 & SUNDAY, July 31
Pancake Breakfast 7 AM-11 am ELKS LODGE
Enjoy a full pancake breakfast for $5 and start your morning right. Organized by the Polson Chamber of Commerce.  

Exhibits and Montana Made Items: Come see, eat, purchase, or sell an amazing assortment of everything from art, photos, and crafts to foods and treats. Visit our fine vendors and local businesses Saturday, July 30  from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday, July 31 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The purpose of The Polson Business Community (PBC) is to promote the interests of retail and service businesses in downtown Polson, and to enhance goodwill between our downtown and the residents of our community.

If you would like to rent an exhibit space to sell your creations check out our Vendor’s Page. More questions? Send us an email: polsonbusinesscommunity@gmail.com

The Polson Business Community invites you to participate in the 23rd annual Polson Main Street Flathead Cherry Festival. We are proud to note that this two-day event has been recognized among the top five MUST SEE tourism attractions in the state.

This year’s event will be held Saturday & Sunday from July 30-31 You are encouraged to book hotel rooms early, as July is always a busy month.

THIS IS A TWO-DAY EVENT AND VENDORS MUST ATTEND BOTH DAYS.  Except for emergencies, failure to attend both days forfeits participation the following year.

Advance set-up:  Friday – after 7 p.m.

Set-up: Saturday – 6:30 a.m. – All vehicles must be off the streets by 9 a.m.
Saturday Hours: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Streets will remain closed that night with security.
Sunday Hours: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. All vendors must agree to be present during these hours.

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Whitefish Arts Festival

43rd Annual Whitefish Arts Festvial 2022

Are you ready for the 43rd Annual Whitefish Arts Festival? If you are tired of shopping on Amazon and other big box stores, mark your calendar for the best Whitefish Arts Festival during the 4th of July weekend. 

“An annual favorite throughout the Northwest, the Whitefish Arts Festival maintains a long tradition of high quality arts and fine crafts. Whitefish is a picturesque village nestled in the Flathead Valley of Montana featuring beautiful lakes, majestic mountains, and friendly folks strolling the streets during the 4th of July weekend.”

 WHITEFISH ARTS FESTIVAL

Whitefish Arts Festival Details

The Whitefish Arts Festival has a long history of drawing top artists and craftspeople from all over the country who work across the mediums from stellar canvas art pieces to top quality jewelry to unique sculpture and metal arts and everything in between. Want to get a jump on your Christmas shopping? This is the perfect opportunity to find those perfect gifts while supporting local businesses. Guests can expect over 100 different vendors that range from painters and jewelers to food vendors and services. The festival is located at Whitefish’s Depot Park on the corner of Central Avenue and Railway Street in the heart of scenic downtown Whitefish. Learn more – HERE

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Hockaday ARTS IN THE PARK

Arts in the Park

There is nothing like a weekend filled with arts, crafts, music, food and fun. The Hockaday Arts in the Park festival is certainly a local favorite. This festival is one of the longest running arts festivals in Montana. The festival is held in the Kalispell Depot Park in the center of Downtown Kalispell Friday through Saturday, July 15 to 17, 2022. Guests will expect to enjoy juried art and craft booths, food and specialty booths, live music and entertainment, premium wine and beer garden and lots of fun children’s activities.

Hockaday Museum of Art Logo & ARTS IN THE PARK

Hockaday ARTS IN THE PARK Details

Arts in the Park is a benefit event for the Hockaday Museum of Art. All admission proceeds support the Museum in its mission and programs.
For your safety, Arts in the Park will be following all CDC and health department requirements regarding COVID-19 health requirements including masking, social distancing and increased sanitization measures.

Admission is $5 for a 3-day unlimited pass (which also grants you admission to the Museum during or after the festival), and children under 12 are free. Buy your pass button in advance at the museum! Learn more about the Hockaday Arts in the Park – HERE.

Hours:
Fri July 15: 10-6
Sat July 16: 10-6
Sun July 17: 10-4
Fun volunteer opportunities for this summer event! Email: communications@hockadaymuseum.org

Hockaday Museum of Art

The cultural history of the Flathead Valley and Glacier National Park
The Hockaday Museum of Art itself is housed in a stunning classical-revival-style building, originally erected as the town library in 1901. In addition to rotating exhibits, it has a permanent “Crown of the Continent” exhibition that features 15 historic Glacier National Park murals, as well as work from some of the best-known Western artists, including Charles M. Russell and O.C. Seltzer. Learn more – HERE

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Cloverfest

COVERFEST

It is time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Columbia Falls at the Annual Cloverfest 2022. The Columbia Falls Area Chamber of Commerce invites everyone to wear green and celebrate at this family-friendly event. The Cloverfest will feature live music, multiple bands, performance by local musicians playing bagpipe and instruments, a 5k run, 1 mile fun run, food trucks, beer and distillery garden, themed competitions, kids carnival and so much more.

Cloverfest 2022

Cloverfest 2022 Details

Schedule of Events:

  • 11:00am-2:00pm: Kids Carnival, FREE facepainting, and live music from the Montana Bagpiper
  • 11:00am: Cloverfest 5k
  • 12:00pm: Cloverfest Fun Run
  • 1:00 Live Music, Sylvie and Nina Trio
  • 2:30pm: St Patrick’s Day Activities and Games, including split the pot bingo
  • 4:00pm: Live Music, Swiftcurrent Trio
  • 5:30pm: St Patrick’s Day Activities and Games
  • 7:00pm-9:00PM: Live Music, The Montana Shamrockers

Location: Super 1 Foods Parking Lot. 2100 9th Street West, Columbia Falls. The 5k, Fun Run and kids carnival will be outside, but the live music, competitions and other fun will be inside a heated, enclosed party tent!

Featured Breweries: Sacred Waters Brewing and Backslope Brewing

Featured Distillery: Glacier Distilling Company

Featured Food Trucks: Piroshki Palace, Montana Mountain Dawgs, 406 BBQ

Cost: The price to enter the big tent, listen to the live music and have the opportunity to participate in the themed competitions is $10.00/person, kids 12 and under are free. ID check required by all attendees upon entrance to the tent.

Cloverfest 5k: $30.00/person

The Cloverfest 5k is a timed 5k starting at11:00am on Saturday, March 12th 2022. The race will start and end at Super 1 Foods in Columbia Falls, Montana.  Entry fee is $30/racer, which includes an official time, standings and a race shirt. 5K is open to runners and walkers. Register by February 28th, 2022 to be guaranteed a race shirt.

Top Male and Female Medals Given Out in the Following Categories: 14 and Under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+

Packet Pick Up: Friday, March 11th, 6-8pm, Orthorehab Physical Therapy – Columbia Falls. (500 12th Ave W, Suite 2F, Inside Cedar Palace Medical Center)

Cloverfest Fun Run : $15.00/person

The Cloverfest Fun Run is a mile long run/walk starting at 12:00pm on Saturday, March 12th 2022. The fun run is open to adults and children of all ages, infant strollers welcomed!  $15/person to participate, which includes a race shirt and swag bag from Hammer Nutrition. Dress in green as there will be a costume contest at the end of the race as well as other themed awards! Register by February 28th, 2022 to be guaranteed a race shirt.

Themed Awards include Most “Cloverly” Dressed, Better Luck Next Year, In Pursuit of the Gold, Ready to Shamrock, Golden Achiever, & Youngest Leprechaun.

Packet Pick Up: Friday, March 11th, 6-8pm, Orthorehab Physical Therapy – Columbia Falls. (500 12th Ave W, Suite 2F, Inside Cedar Palace Medical Center)

Kids Carnival: 11:00am-2:00pm

Bring the whole family for an exciting St. Patrick’s themed kids carnival! FREE face painting by Ladybug face painting, sponsored by Schellinger Construction, carnival games, live music, food trucks and more during the carnival! Tickets to play the games are $1.00/ticket or an arms length for only $10.00. Wear your green and have some good old family fun!

All games are 1 ticket. Tickets sold at the carnival, 1 for $1.00 or $10.00 for an arms length.

Kids Carnival Volunteers: Boys and Girls Club of Glacier Country, Gateway to Glacier Trails, Montana Sky Insurance and Whitefish Credit Union

K-5 Students: Enter the Cloverfest coloring contest by Friday, March 4th. Prizes for each grade are as follows: 1st Place: 10 free carnival tickets, 2nd Place: 5 free carnival tickets, 3rd Place: 3 free carnival tickets. Return your page to your classroom teacher or mail completed page to Columbia Falls Area Chamber, Box 312, Columbia Falls 59912.

We will feature three different bands throughout the day. Check out the line up below! Cost is $10.00/person. ID check required prior to entering.

Live Music Schedule:

10:30-12:30: Montana Bagpiper

1:00-2:30pm: Sylvie and Nina

4:00-5:30pm: Swiftcurrent Trio

7:00-9:00pm: The Montana Shamrockers

Competitions throughout the Day!

Throughout the day we will have themed competitions for participants of all ages. Brush up on your Irish trivia and dancing. This will be a day you won’t want to miss out on!

More Information: 406-892-2072, director@columbiafallschamber.org

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St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Kalispell St. Patricks Day Parade

The Kalispell Chapter of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Flathead Celtic Festival are back and ready to spread Irish cheer again by hosting the St. Patrick’s Day parade on Main Street Kalispell. On Thursday, March 17, 2022, starting at 4pm, head on over to Main Street in Kalispell for a wonderful St. Patrick’s Day Parade celebration. Parade Goers will get to experience a lot of fun that will include treats for the kids, beautiful floats, music from bag pipes, great costumes and so much more.

Kalispell Chapter of Ancient Order of Hibernians Logo & St. Patrick's Day Parade

About the Kalispell Chapter of Ancient Order of Hibernians

The Ancient Order of Hibernians is America’s oldest Irish Catholic Fraternal Organization. Active across the United States, The Order seeks to aid the newly arrived Irish, both socially and economically. The Kalispell Ancient Order of Hibernians is working with their team on a grand float for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Learn more – HERE.

Flathead Valley Festival & Games Logo

About Flathead Valley Celtic Festival

The Flathead Celtic Festival is an organization dedicated to promoting, preserving, and exposing our community to Celtic culture for the educational benefit of the people in this region and its visitors. We provide education by providing locals and visitors to music, dance, history, ancestry, language, food, crafts, and traditional athletic events in public venues as well as utilizing the corporation’s website to provide facts, statistics, and other related data on Celtic Nations. Learn more – HERE.

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Spring Brewfest 2022

Spring Brewfest 2022

Would you be interested in drinking beer for a great cause? On April 2, 2022, from 1pm until 4pm, you are invited to the S.N.O.W. Bus Fundraiser – Spring Brewfest 2022 at Whitefish Mountain Resort Village. The Spring Brewfest 2022 supports FREE public transportation between Whitefish and Whitefish Mountain Resort. 

Spring Brewfest 2022

Spring Brewfest 2022 Details

Tickets for the Spring Brewfest 2022 are $25 in advance, $30 at the Door and $5 under 21 and for Designated Drivers. Tickets can be purchased at the Whitefish Mountain Resort Guest and Info Center, Sportsman Ski Haus in Kalispell, and Bonsai Brewing Project in Whitefish. Learn more – HERE

About Big Mountain Commercial Association

The Big Mountain Commercial Association is a non-profit public trade association that raises funds to pay for common services and programs. These include funding for the SNOW bus, Big Mountain Road winter maintenance, the Big Mountain Summer & Spring Brewfest, and the Winter Winefest.

Our objective is to be a community forum for the development of new ideas and projects that will enhance Big Mountain, Whitefish and the Flathead valley.

What is the S.N.O.W. Bus?

The S.N.O.W. Bus, a free shuttle service between Whitefish and Whitefish Mountain Resort. The S.N.O.W. Bus has been a staple of our community for over 20 years. Learn more – HERE

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Home & Garden Showcase

Home and Garden

The Home & Garden Showcase is taking place March 5 – 6, 2022, at the Flathead County Fairgrounds located at 265 N. Meridian Road in Kalispell. The show will have over 50 vendors from roofing and cabinet companies to furniture and garden companies. There will also be a lot of great food vendors. If you are looking to update your home or even to find the best plants for your spring garden, you should stop by the Home & Garden Showcase 2022.

Home & Garden Showcase

Home & Garden Details

Tickets for the show are $5 for all adults and free for children 18 and under with ticketed adult and free for active military, veterans and their families. Tickets can be purchased online – HERE. There are over 50 vendors including food vendors.

Home & Garden Showcase Vendors

Escape Now Spas, Titan Roofing, Thermal Tech, ERA Lambros, Culligan, Larry’s Tractors, Flathead Deck, Artisan Roofing, Habitat for Humanity, Sliters Lumber & Building Supply, Glacier Roofing & Exterior, West Cabinetry, Renewal by Anderson, Wisner Tree Works, Flathead Conservation District, Big Sky Outdoor Living, Elite Rustic Designs, Builders First Source, Valley Bank, Big Sky Insultation, Summit Ice Melt, High Mountain Forestry, Direct Source Cabinets, Gran Central, Plant Land, Silver Creek Construction, Montana CAD, Glacier Steel Roofing, Rainbow Vacuum, Firestone Concrete Coa5tings, Gotcha Covered, Gran Central, The Blind Guy, and so many more. See all of the vendors – HERE.

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13th Annual Bigfork Brewfest 2022

13th Annual Bigfork Brewfest 20022

Are you ready for the 13th Annual Bigfork Brewfest 2022? This year promises over 30 Montana breweries from all over Montana, live music performances and great Brewfest merchandise. So, mark your calendars, because on Saturday, March 5, 2022, you need to head over to Main Street in Downtown Bigfork. 

13th Annual Bigfork Brewfest 20022

13th Annual Bigfork Brewfest 2022 Details

The 13th Annual Bigfork Brewfest 2022 is on Bigfork’s Main Street, Electric Avenue this year offering plenty of room to spread out and enjoy Montana beer. Guests will enjoy Luke Dowler & Kelly Garber who will be preforming in front of the Bigfork Center for the Performing Arts. There will be additional performance in front of the Garden Bar. Plus, Brew-Bus tickets are available for $10 round trip to ensure a safe fun time for everyone. Merchandise for Bigfork Brewfest will be available to buy early or day of in front of The Montana Scene in the Double Eagle courtyard. Featuring beanies, hoodies, women’s crew, & men’s 1/4 zip pullover.  Tickets for the 13th Annual Bigfork Brewfest 2022 are $35 per person. Learn more and get your tickets – HERE

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