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Bob would have had a ball

SEELEY LAKE - The Bob Marshall Music Festival is coming June 27-28. For some people it is ironic that this festival name conjures feeling of the wilderness next door. The festive genre and activities experienced by the participants exhibit few of...

 

"Timberjack" showing at the Barn

SEELEY LAKE – Everyone is invited to join the Seeley Lake Historical Society for the movie "Timberjack" at the Seeley Lake Historical Museum and Visitor's Center June 1 at 7 p.m. This is another in...

 

"West Side Story" Historical Walk

SEELEY LAKE – The Seeley Lake Historical Society will be presenting a “West Side Story” walk in the snow Saturday, Feb. 16. The trek will begin at the River Point Campground beach, 3600 Boy Scout Road, about 2.6 miles from Highway 83, at 1...

 

Seeley Lake Historical Society turns 20

SEELEY LAKE – The Seeley Lake Historical Society turned 20 years old Oct. 20. If corporations have personhood it must be a birthday or is it an organizational anniversary? The Seeley Lake Historical Society is a non-profit corporation of...

 

1917 Fires. Sound Familiar?

Our thanks to Seeley Lake Historical Society member Jean Lafriniere for sharing the following information. On Aug. 28, 1917 a Seeley Lake related article appeared in the Spokesman-Review newspaper: ...

 

Double Arrow Trolls at Work

SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Historical Society sends a special thank you to the Double Arrow Ranch "Trolls" for covering the wagons at the Seeley Lake Historical Museum and Visitor Center. The...

 

Seeley Lake Museum Visitation Similar to Last Year

SEELEY LAKE - After being open daily from Memorial Day, the Seeley Lake Historical Museum and Visitor Center closed for the season on Labor Day. Visitors often commented that the little visitor center provides an impressive amount of information...

 

Everlasting Fire Fighting Danger

We've recently lamented the tragedy of Justin Beebe, a wildland firefighter member of the Lolo Hotshot Crew who died while fighting a fire in Nevada. A falling tree killed Beebe, 26, who had been...

 

Tribute to Rod Kvamme

We’ve missed him for a few years and were saddened to hear of the passing of long time Seeley Lake resident and Seeley Lake Historical Society supporter, Pastor Rod Kvamme. Rod was instrumental in forming the Seeley Lake Writers Club and acted as... Full story

 

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