Last year, Travelers' Rest State Park in Lolo filled the weekends with the Salish tradition of sharing history through storytelling during the cold winter months.
They're doing it again this year. The one-hour Saturday programs start Jan 14th at the park on US Highway 12, a half mile from the intersection with US 93.
Each program starts at 11am at the Holt Museum and Visitors Center. Admission is $4 for adults. However, there's free admission for children under 18 years of age and members of the Travelers Rest Preservation and Heritage Association.

  • Jan 14 - Salish Tribal History and Culture with Tribal Elder Louis Adams.
  • Jan 21 - Kootenai Stories for All Ages with Vernon Finley
  • Jan 28 - Origin of Place Names with Jack Puckett, retired Forest Service ranger
  • For a complete lineup, check the Travelers Rest State Park website. The series is sponsored by First Security Bank, Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast, Humanities Montana, and Montana State Parks.