Thu Jul. 28
Thu Jul. 28
Thu Jul. 28
Thu Jul. 28
** Special Press Release 07-25-2016 ** The Ravalli County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind our community that open burning within Ravalli County continues to be prohibited. Read on...
Hamilton, Montana (July 21, 2016) – Fire danger on the Bitterroot National Forest will move back to High starting tomorrow. To date, fire crews have responded to 9 human-caused fires and 10 lightning-caused fires. Read on...
The Ravalli County Commissioners enacted Resolution 3413, which closed open burning as of 0001 hours on Friday (7/1/16). All burn permits are on hold until further notice. Recreational fires and fireworks are NOT banned, but Read on...
At the primary election on June 7, 2016, the voters of Ravalli County voted to reduce the number of Commissioners from five to three. The Local Government Study Commission has approved the Transition Plan for reducing the number of seats. Read on...
The Local Gov't Study Commission will meet on Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. in the Commissioners' meeting room on the 3rd floor of the Administrative Center.
2016 Farmers Market
Starts Saturday May 07, 2016
2016 Farmers Market Flyer
11th Annual Senior Ladies Tea
Saturday July 30, 2016 at 2:00 PM
Sapphire Lutheran Homes - 501 N. 10th Street
Senior Ladies Tea - INVITE/FLYER
Ravalli County Fairgrounds Foundation - Invite
The Ravalli County Fairgrounds Foundation Invites you to join them in their latest endeavor...
The Memorial Garden
Please see attached for more information
Memorial Paver Request form
World Breastfeeding Week + Event
Wednesday August 3, 2016
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Hamilton Library lawn
Ravalli County Relay for Life is this Saturday July 30, 2016
at the Fairgrounds from 4 p.m. to Midnight
Here’s the website link: http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/RelayForLife/RFLCY16GW?pg=entry&fr_id=75307
4:00 - Opening ceremony / Survivor group picture
Followed immediately by the Survivor & Caregiver laps and then Team laps, then everyone can join in
4:00-9:30 - Silent Auction, with staggered closing times of 7:30, 8:30 & 9:30 of different sections
4:30-9:00 - Dinner catered by Moose Creek Barbecue for $8 per person (Survivors will eat free – they can pick up their ticket at the Survivor dinner the prior night or at registration when they get to Relay)
5:00-9:00 - Fun laps (including Superhero lap, Poker laps, and others)
5:00-10:00 - Haircuts to benefit Beautiful Lengths wig program for cancer patients (see donation guidelines below*)
5:00-10:00 - Chair massages for a donation by a licensed massage therapist
5:00-10:00 - Shaved ice treats available for purchase
6:00-8:00 - Bingo
9:00 - Raffle drawing / Survivor quilt drawing / Team “campsite” prizes
10:30 - Luminaria ceremony
11:00 - Frozen t-shirt game
11:45 - Final words / Closing ceremony
Midnight – Event ends / Clean up (all willing and available help appreciated)
*For those interested in donating, please pass on the following information: they should have washed their hair within the past 24-36 hours and have not used any hair products since washing. Unfortunately, folks with bleached hair (or hair that was bleached and has since been colored) or who are more than 5% gray are not eligible to donate (knocks me out of the running these days L ) because when they combine the hair for the wigs they dye it to give it a more natural appearance and bleached and gray hair take color differently (yeah, tell me about it…).