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July 2018 • A special publication by the Havre Daily News

Welcome Welcome our Canadian neighbors and friends … to Havre.

Our area is rich in history of the American West. Havre was settled more than 100 years ago, after James J. Hill forged the Great Northern Railroad, now Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, across the Great Plains. Havre quickly became the transportation hub of the area,

providing goods and supplies to the area trappers, miners and military stationed at Fort Assinniboine. Area museums and attractions set the stage for a visit, showcasing and re-creating local history. The Havre Daily News is pleased to bring this community tourism information guide for visitors to the area. Recreation can be found in town at city parks, the golf courses, historical attractions and art venues.

Western hospitality is no catchpenny phrase in Havre. Hospitality and friendliness are a charming part of the town’s personality, as genuine and as real as the surrounding hills. Havre is a town where visitors are warmly welcomed whether the stay is an hour, a day or a week. Outstanding outdoor recreation opportunities beckon with camping and fishing in Beaver Creek Park located in the Bear Paw Mountains and at Fresno Reser-

voir. Beaver Creek Park, 10,000 acres in size, provides a beautiful natural recreation area. Historical and archeological sites await visitors, including the bison kill site, on the western edge of Havre, and Fort Assinniboine, one of the largest forts in the nation built at the end of the Indian Wars just south of Havre. The arts also embrace Havre, from art shows to theater productions performed by local actors and concerts and shows by

nationally recognized talent. A variety of attractions also exist in surrounding communities. Numerous museums, historical sites and other attractions are all awaiting within a few hour drive of Havre. A smiling welcome awaits visitors, who can use this guide to find activities, accommodations, shopping, restaurants, taverns and services while they enjoy Havre and the Hi-Line.


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Know Before You Go A little preparation will help simplify the process of entering the United States. Customs and Border Protection reminds travelers:

The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative requires U.S. and Canadian citizens, age 16 and older, to present a valid acceptable travel document that denotes both identity and citizenship when entering the U.S. by land or sea. U.S. and Canadian citizens under age 16 may present a birth certificate or alternative proof of citizenship when entering by land or sea. WHTI - compliant documents for entry into the United States at land and sea ports include: o U.S. or Canadian passports; o Trusted traveler card (NEXUS, SENTRI or FAST/EXPRES); o U.S. passport card; o State- or province-issued and enhanced driver’s licenses (when and where available). For more information, visit the WHTI website at GetYouHome.gov. A radio frequency identification-enabled travel document, such as a U.S. passport card, enhanced driver’s license/enhanced identification card or trusted traveler program card, expedites entry and makes crossing the border more efficient. Other programs that facilitate the entry process for international travelers coming into the country to visit, study or conduct legitimate business include trusted traveler programs, such as SENTRI, NEXUS and Global Entry. For more information about these programs, visit www.cbp.gov. The • • •

hours at the ports near Wild Horse are: Sweetgrass, MT: open 24 hours per day all year Wild Horse, MT: open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. during winter hours Willow Creek, MT: open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. all year

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BORDER-CROSSING ACCESS POINTS

1. Rykerts - Porthill: BC 21/SH 1 2. Kingsgate - Eastport: BC 95/US-95 3. Roosville: BC 93/US 93 4. Chief Mtn: Hwy 6/MT 17 5. Carway - Piegan: Hwy 2/US 89

6. Del Bonita: Hwy 62/MT 213 7. Coutts - Sweetgrass: Hwy 4/1-15 8. Aden - Whitlash: Hwy 880/MT 409 9. Wild Horse: Hwy 41/MT 232 10. Willow Creek: Hwy 21/MT 233 11. Climax - Turner: Hwy 37/MT 241

Calendar of Events Saturday, July 14

Lights Out at the Dome Homecoming, 6 p.m., Havre Ice Dome. Northern Alumni Foundation’s Mixed Martial Arts fight night, with local fighters and at least one pro fight will include a cash bar and concessions. Gussy up the Fairgrounds, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., Great Northern Fairgrounds. The fair foundation asks that people bring lawn and cleanup equipment and spend some time helping spruce up the fairgrounds before fair. For info call Christy, 265-0059, or Chelby, 399-1420. Saturday Market, 8 a.m. - noon, Town Square.

Monday, July 16

Pepin Park program, games 10 a.m. noon, crafts and special events 1 - 3 p.m., M-F, through July 27, for elementary-age children.

Tuesday, July 17

Summer Matinee "Rock Dog,” 3 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Kids can earn an extra Summer Reading raffle ticket just for showing up. Kicks@6, 6 p.m., Pepin Park, featuring this week's theme, a '60s music tribute. Free and open to the public. Pepin Park program, games 10 a.m. noon, crafts and special events 1 - 3 p.m., M-F, through July 27, for elementary-age children.

Wednesday, July 18

The Kilted Man performs, noon to 1 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library, featuring the Celtic musical styling of Matthew Gurnsey. Kids can earn a Summer Reading raffle ticket just for showing up. Recycle Hi-Line, 7 p.m., Hill County Annex Building, 302 4th Ave., through the alley door. Books and Babies, 10:15 a.m., HavreHill County Library. Free, and public is welcome. Kids earn a Summer Reading Raffle ticket just for showing up. Story Time, 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and public is welcome. Kids earn a Summer Reading Raffle ticket just for showing up. Sounds on the Square summer music series, 6 p.m., Town Square, with ROC Band playing. Pepin Park program, games 10 a.m. noon, crafts and special events 1 - 3 p.m., M-F, through July 27, for elementary-age children.

Thursday, July 19

Summer Reading Program deadline, 5 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library, in person and by phone. Lego Time and Robotics, 3:30 - 5 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and open to the public. For info, call 265-2123. Kids earn a Summer Reading Raffle ticket just for showing up. Pepin Park program, games 10 a.m. noon, crafts and special events 1 - 3 p.m., M-F, through July 27, for elementary-age children.

Friday, July 20

Summer Reading Program Wrap

OFFICE

Day, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Havre-Hill County Library. Kids can pick up reading prizes, make an instrument and jam with fellow readers. The Block Party will resume Friday, July 27, until the end of Summer. Pepin Park program, games 10 a.m. noon, crafts and special events 1 - 3 p.m., M-F, through July 27, for elementary-age children. Snakes, Snakes and more Snakes! 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., the Upper Missouri River Interpretive Center, Fort Benton. Montana Reptile Rescue and the Interpretive Center will be sharing some favorite native snakes and information about them. To RSVP or get info contact Kristina Smith, 406-622-4000.

Saturday, July 21

Saturday Market, 8 a.m. - noon, Town Square.

Sunday, July 22

Community Hymn Sing, 2 p.m., Grace Chapel, Northern Montana Care Center. Everyone is welcome to come sing old-favorite hymns.

Monday, July 23

Pepin Park program, games 10 a.m. noon, crafts and special events 1 - 3 p.m., M-F, through July 27, for elementary-age children.

Tuesday, July 24

Summer Matinee “Bed Knobs and Broomsticks,” 3 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Kicks@6, 6 p.m., Pepin Park, featuring this week's theme, a hot Blues show. Free and open to the public. Pepin Park program, games 10 a.m. noon, crafts and special events 1 - 3 p.m., M-F, through July 27, for elementary-age children. Junior Explorer Series, ll - noon, the Upper Missouri River Breaks Interpretive Center, Fort Benton, with a story covering geology and an activity. For info or to RSVP, call Kristina Smith, 406-622-4000.

Wednesday, July 25

Books and Babies, 10:15 a.m., HavreHill County Library. Free, and public is welcome. Story Time, 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and public is welcome. Sounds on the Square summer music series, 6 p.m., Town Square, with Milk River Band playing. Pepin Park program, games 10 a.m. noon, crafts and special events 1 - 3 p.m., M-F, through July 27, for elementary-age children.

Thursday, July 26

"The Princess Bride," Outdoor Movie Night, 9 p.m., MSU-Northern Pershing Hall courtyard. Open to the public and free, with popcorn and beverages included. People should bring their own seating. Lego Time and Robotics, 3:30 - 5 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and open to the public. For info, call 265-2123. Saturday, July 28 O-Mok-See, speed games on horseback, 10 a.m., Big Sandy Saddle Club, west off U.S.

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12. Monchy - Morgan: Hwy 4/US 191 13. West Poplar River - Opheim: Hwy 2/MT 24 14. Coronach - Scobey: Hwy 36/MT 13 15. Big Beaver - Whitetail: Hwy 34/MT 511 16. Regway - Raymond: Hwy 6/MT 16

U.S. // CANADA

BORDER CROSSING BASICS What to Bring Americans visiting Canada and Canadians returning home from the south can make the crossing smooth by knowing the regulations they will encounter at the border. Keep receipts from all purchases handy. All plant, animal and food items must be be declared, as well as alcohol, firearms, tobacco and new vehicles. BE SURE TO BRING: Identification: Passports are best for both Canadians and Americans. Canadian citizens are required to present one of the following documents when entering the United States by land or water: • a passport; • a NEXUS card; • a FREE and Secure Trade (FAST) card; • an enhanced driver's license (EDL) or enhanced identification card (EIC) from a province where a U.S. approved EDL/EIC program has been implemented; or • a Secure Certificate of Indian Status. Vaccination records for pets: A certificate from a veterinarian must verify that animals older than three months are free of diseases communicable to humans and has been vaccinated for rabies. Consent to transport children with adults who are, and are not, parents or guardians. A letter of consent should be dated and include the children's names, ages, bordercrossing dates and destination. The consent letter should include addresses and telephone numbers where the parents or guardian can be reached. With married couples, when one parent is traveling alone with the children, the signed consent letter should include a copy of the absent parent's driver's license or passport. Parents with custody orders (joint, shared or sole custody) should travel with copies of the legal custody documents as well as the consent letter form the other parent. DO NOT BRING: • Obscene, treasonable or seditious materials, hate propaganda or child pornography • Certain birds and feathers • Debased or counterfeit currency • Used mattresses • Items made by prisoners • Reprints of copyrighted Canadian works • Matches made with white phosphorus

GENERAL LIMITS PERSONAL EXEMPTION: • Canadian residents who spend more than 24 hours in the U.S. may return with up to $200 per person (Canadian) in goods without paying any duty. Items include food, furnishings and luxury items such as jewelry and perfume. An exemption is allowable for young children as long as the materials are for their use. Exemptions may not be combined with or transferred to other people. Alcohol and tobacco purchases are excluded from the personal exemption, with specific limits governing their purchase. Exceeding the $200 requires duties and taxes to be paid on the amount over and above the limit.

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Try a traditional taste and a new nibble Fair food brings wellknown dishes and brand-new snacks Kristen Takeuchi Ktakeuchi@havredailynews.com The 2018 Great Northern Fair food booths will include old favorites that have been around for as long as some people can remember, a few some-what new kids on the block and two brandnew vendors. A beer garden has been hosted by Havre Youth Baseball since 1972, said organizer Kelly Compton, and it is open to ages 21 and older, serving beer and alcohol. Fr i d ay a n d S a t u rd ay t h e B e e r Garden will also have live music by the Crawford Brothers Band, sponsored by Lodestar Land and Home, she added. There is also one bleacher designated for ages 21 and older in the arena so people can drink their beer at events, Compton said. Havre Lions Club has had a booth s i n c e a b o u t 1 9 7 6 , m e m b e r S t eve Jamruszka said. The group’s booth will include cheese fries, beverages and their well-known Pronto Pups — “not to be confused with corn dogs,” he added. The Havre Rotary Club, another long-time food vendor at the fair, used to have a mobile booth but now has a permanent stand, member Kaydee Ruiz said. Their booth includes barbecue corn, onions and fresh-made lemonade, she added. Montana State University-Northern will have their representation in the form of food booths organized by the fo o t b a l l t e a m a n d t h e B u s i n e s s Professionals Association. The Northern football team will be serving up their Vikings, fried Swedish

meatballs, coach Andrew Rolin said. It is his first year as coach, Rolin added, so he is learning the ropes about the food booth and the well-known food they are serving, but he said he will definitely be there working it some of the nights. There might also be some football players working along with the coaches, he said. The Northern Business Professionals Association provides a scone booth, Northern professor Lanny Wilke said. “They have become some kind of an institution,” he added. “I don’t know why … but some people come just for the scones.” The booth is staffed by volunteers, Wilke said, adding that the organization is helped a lot by the Chi Alpha group at Northern and their supervisor Tyler Boyce. Solomon Shaved Ice has been serving their shaved ice for about 10 years at the fair, said Lori Solomon, who runs the business with her husband, Todd. It is a local business, Solomon said, which they started out by making shaved ice at the kid’s baseball games to support the youth baseball league. Half the money they make at the fair goes back to the fair, she said, and the rest of it goes to a charity or affiliation. This year, Solomon added, they are going to use the money to surprise a family with a front-load washer and dryer which they greatly need. Solomon said she would like to encourage the public to try their booth because their money stays in the community — they like to give back. Another shaved ice booth is Glacier Shaved Ice, which is based in the Flathead area and has been coming up to the fair for about 11 years. One of the owners, Sarah Nickel, said they started coming to the Great Northern Fair because she has family in the Havre area and it was a good excuse to visit.

She added that she has found that people at the Great Northern Fair seem to like the Rainbow sno-cones — maybe because of their vibrant colors, she said. The Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line runs a food booth that was donated to t h e m , E xe c u t i ve D i r e c t o r K r i s t a Solomon said. Steak on a Stick will be their featured food, as it was when the booth was donated. “We tried to change (the dish) but we brought it back by popular demand,” Solomon said, adding that along with that dish they will have Mason’s hot dogs and peanut butter-and-jelly sandwiches. The Boy Scouts, who took over the Knights of Columbus booth this year after helping work it for many years, w i l l h ave fo o d i n c l u d i n g Ro c k y Mountain hotdogs, nacho chips and cheese, corn on the cob, Gary & Leo’s bratwursts and lemonade, co-chair Jenn Thompson said. The booth will be staffed and run by Havre and Hi-Line area Scouts, she added. Another area group that has a long history serving food at the fair is the Havre Jaycees. “(We have had a booth) for a long t i m e, ” m e m b e r Ky l e G o o c h s a i d. “Longer than I have been a member.” The Jaycees’ booth will be serving old favorites like hot dogs, Pizza Hut pizza, root beer floats, and a new item for this year — onion rings, Gooch added. Another group that has had a booth at the fair over the years is The Optimist Club who often have new items on their menu Newer eats and brand-new treats The Rollin’ Donut, a food-truck based out of Billings, will be travelling to Havre for about their sixth year at the fair, said Nadine Nafts, who owns the truck with her husband, Nash. Nafts added that they like to come to the Great Northern Fair, because “we

just have fun … there are a lot of good people.” A more recent face at the fair is Citrus Cyclones, who will be coming up for their second year at the Great Northern Fair, said Jo Bingham. Citrus Cyclones is based in Bainville, Bingham said, adding that they provide a fruit-based drink that uses a press and presses the fruits to make it to a customer’s liking. A new booth that will be at this year’s fair is an ice-cream vendor comi n g a l l t h e way f r o m J e f f e r s o n , Missouri. Adobe Flats Warrior Ice Cream will be joining the Great Northern fair for the first time, owner Aaron Hauzer said, adding that they they wanted to come up north because they thought it would be a good idea to try a new event. The favorite ice cream people have at their business seems to be strawberry, Hauzer added. The second new vender of the 2018 fair is Little Em’s Kettlecorn out of Billings. The food truck, which is run by Emily Ehresman and and her husband, Shane Cervantez, is a brand-new venture. “ I t i s o u r f i rs t ye a r p o p p i n g , ” Ehresman said, adding that she is really enjoying it because they get to meet the most interesting people. Ehresman, who is a carpenter by trade, said her husband encouraged her to try something new since her job was hard on her body, and opening a food truck was a dream of his, she added, so they decided to go for it. They sell 11 different gourmet flavors, including a mix, which Ehresman said is popular, where they mix a bunch of the flavors together and call it “Skettle Corn.” They are looking forward to getting established, she added, and hope the Great Northern Fair is a venue they can keep coming back to year after year.

Jaycees rev up demo Calendar of Events derby for yet another fair Thursday, July 26

Derek Hann Dshann@havredailynews.com The Havre Jaycees Demolition Derby comes back to the Great Northern fair this year, Saturday, July 21, starting at 6:30 p.m. Trenton “T.J.” Daulton, who is in charge of this year’s Demolition Derby and has been a member of the Jaycees for 11 years, said this year will be a great year for the event with four main consolation heats and one championship heat. He added that, depending on turnout, the Jaycees plan to have 10 cars in the championship heat. Daulton said this year they will run three classes, with the main class being weld cars. There will also be a chain stock class, where cars have no welding or bracing. “Pull the interior out, drop a gas tank in and run it, chain the doors shut,” Daulton said. He added that this year there will also be a Herby Derby, compact cars with the same rules as the weld cars, but small vehicles such as the AMC Gremlin and Ford Festiva. Bump ’N’ Run races will fill some open time and keep the crowd entertained. The schedule is to run the modified heats and the stock heats, with a Bump ’N’ Run race in between, then the chain stock, followed by the consolidation heat, then the Herby Derby and lastly the championship. The championship will award five places with cash prizes: first place $3,000, second place $2,000, third place $900, fourth place $450 and fifth place $250. The chain stock class will also have cash prizes with first place being awarded $1,000 and second $500. The Herby Derby will have cash priz-

es which will be determined after registration based on the number of vehicles that enter. The Havre Jaycees run the entire event, a longstanding tradition for the service club. The Jaycees plan the event as well as get the arena ready with some outside help. In the past, Trevor Smith has helped the Jaycees with preparations, Daulton said. He said the Jaycees do the inspection of the vehicles as well as the line judging. Daulton added that you can see the Jaycees’ members around the arena with flags and with fire extinguishers. He said the club members check the safety of the events and make sure that everyone is out having a good time in a safe manner. “As safe as possible with cars running into each other — on purpose,” Daulton said, laughing. “We want to make sure that we are putting on a great event for the community to come out to during the Great Northern Fair,” he added. “We really appreciate all of the sponsorships we’ve got this year, that has helped us out. … We’ve had some awesome sponsors this year.” Daulton said he also wanted to thank the Great Northern Fair for letting the Jaycees have the event every year. People who are interested in registering for the demo derby can register at the event, but if people want to preregister they can call Daulton at 399-3084 or get in contact on the Jaycees Facebook p a g e h t t p s : / / w w w. f a c e b o o k . c o m / HavreJCs/, or they can contact Daulton directly on his Facebook page https:// www.facebook.com/trenton.daulton/.

O-Mok-See, speed games on horseback, 10 a.m., Big Sandy Saddle Club, west off U.S. Highway 87 in Big Sandy. Events and divisions for all ages. Setup at 8 a.m., signup at 9 and concessions open at 10:30. For info call Lorraine Bartlett, 360-556-4385. Saturday Market, 8 a.m. - noon, Town Square. Pepin Park program, games 10 a.m. noon, crafts and special events 1 - 3 p.m., M-F, through July 27, for elementary-age children. Friday, July 27 Pepin Park program, games 10 a.m. noon, crafts and special events 1 - 3 p.m., for elementary-age children.

Monday, July 30

British Soccer Camp with Hi-Line United Soccer starts, Havre High School soccer fields. Sessions available for all ages, register at Challengersports.com. For info call Melissa Cumings 616-613-3383.

Tuesday, July 31

Kicks@6, 6 p.m., Pepin Park, featuring this week's theme, an Eagles tribute. Free and open to the public.

Wednesday, Aug. 1

Books and Babies, 10:15 a.m., HavreHill County Library. Free, and public is welcome. Story Time, 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and public is welcome. Sounds on the Square summer music series, 6 p.m., Town Square, with Dane MacRae & Friends playing.

Thursday, Aug. 2

Lego Time and Robotics, 3:30 - 5 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and open to the public. For info, call 265-2123.

Saturday, Aug. 4

O-Mok-See, speed games on horseback, 10 a.m., Big Sandy Saddle Club, west off U.S. Highway 87 in Big Sandy. Events and divisions for all ages. Setup at 8 a.m., signup at 9 and concessions open at 10:30. For info call Lorraine Bartlett, 360-556-4385. Saturday Market, 8 a.m. - noon, Town Square.

Tuesday, Aug. 7

Kicks@6, 6 p.m., Pepin Park, featuring this week's theme, hits of the '70s and '80s. Free and open to the public.

Wednesday, Aug. 8

Books and Babies, 10:15 a.m., HavreHill County Library. Free, and public is welcome. Story Time, 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and public is welcome. Sounds on the Square summer music series, 6 p.m., Town Square, with You Knew Me When playing.

Thursday, Aug. 9

Lego Time and Robotics, 3:30 - 5 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and open to the public. For info, call 265-2123.

Saturday, Aug. 11

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson. Drivers compete July 23 in the Havre Jaycees Demolition Derby at the 2017 Great Northern Fair.

Saturday Market, 8 a.m. - noon, Town Square.

Sunday, Aug. 12

NAMI, National Alliance on Mental Illness, 6:30 p.m., 921 3rd St. For info, call Crystal Laufer, 879-6646.

Monday, Aug. 13

The North Central Hangar of the Montana Pilots Association monthly meeting, 7:30 p.m., terminal, Havre City-County Airport. Friends of Beaver Creek Park monthly meeting, 7 p.m., Van Orsdel United Methodist Church.

Tuesday, Aug. 14

Kicks@6, 6 p.m., Pepin Park, featuring this week's theme, Salsa and latin music. Free and open to the public.

Wednesday, Aug. 15

Recycle Hi-Line, 7 p.m. Hill County Annex Building, 302 4th Ave., through the alley door. Books and Babies, 10:15 a.m., HavreHill County Library. Free, and public is welcome. Story Time, 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and public is welcome. Sounds on the Square summer music series, 6 p.m., Town Square, with Shovels & Shotguns playing.

Thursday, Aug. 16

Lego Time and Robotics, 3:30 - 5 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and open to the public. For info, call 265-2123.

Saturday, Aug. 18

Saturday Market, 8 a.m. - noon, Town Square.

Tuesday, Aug. 21

Kicks@6, 6 p.m., Pepin Park, featuring this week's theme, songs of the Beach Boys and '60s. Free and open to the public.

Wednesday, Aug. 22

Books and Babies, 10:15 a.m., HavreHill County Library. Free, and public is welcome. Story Time, 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and public is welcome.

Thursday, Aug. 23

"Jurassic Park," Outdoor Movie Night, 8:30 p.m., MSU-Northern Pershing Hall courtyard. Open to the public and free, with popcorn and beverages included. People should bring their own seating. Lego Time and Robotics, 3:30 - 5 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and open to the public. For info, call 265-2123.

Saturday, Aug. 25

The 2nd Annual Havre Trails Brewfest, 3 - 9 p.m., Pepin Park. More than three dozen Montana beers to sample, food trucks, and live music. All proceeds will benefit local trail projects. O-Mok-See, speed games on horseback, 10 a.m., Big Sandy Saddle Club, west off U.S. Highway 87 in Big Sandy. Events and divisions for all ages. Setup at 8 a.m., signup at 9 and concessions open at 10:30. For info call Lorraine Bartlett, 360-556-4385. Saturday Market, 8 a.m. - noon, Town Square.

Wednesday, Aug. 29

Books and Babies, 10:15 a.m., HavreHill County Library. Free, and public is welcome. Story Time, 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Havre-Hill County Library. Free, and public is

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