Events

Backroads Blitz–Poker Ride, Run or Walk

Who: Bike Walk Montana
What: Poker Ride
Where: Ennis, MT
When: Sat, Sep 20, 2014

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Master Skier Training

Who: LCNSC Master Skiers
What: Training
Where: Centennial Park
When: Sun, Sep 21, 2014
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Hope everyone had a good summer.  Time to get some fall training going.  I have had a very busy summer and fall but the cooler weather should be getting everyone excited about some roller skiing.  It’s supposed to be nice this weekend, so lets meet at centennial park at 8am.  Plan on 60-90 min easy skate or classical roller ski.  We can talk about fall training during our ski.  See ya there!


Phillip M. Steele, MD
Performance Injury Care & Sports Medicine
406-422-5817

Helena Education Foundation Carnival Classic

Who: Helena Education Foundation
What: Carnival Classic
Where: Memorial Park
When: Sun, Sep 21, 2014

Carnival Classic Flyer 2014

Ales for Trails in Billings

Who: BikeNet
What: Ales for Trails Fundraiser
Where: Dehler Park
When: Fri, Sep 26, 2014

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Harvest Moon Ball

Who: Prickly Pear Land Trust
What: Harvest Moon Ball
Where: Helena Civic Center
When: Sat, Sep 27, 2014

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Intro to Wilderness Survival

Who: Helena College
What: Wilderness Survival Class
Where: Helena, Montana
When: Sat, Oct 18, 2014

Intro to Wilderness Survival   NEW!

Ever wonder what you would do in a survival situation? How to avoid them altogether? Gain the skills and address the psychological issues that a survivor could face, as well as how to avoid common mistakes that lead to a life-threatening scenario.

Learn hands-on skills like fire making, use of the bush knife, emergency shelter construction and survival kits, as well as the “survivor’s mind” and how to keep it working for you!

Prepare for your autumn backcountry adventures by learning time-tested wilderness skills with expert David Cronenwett.

You’ll need a high-quality, non-folding knife. If you do not currently own one, a Mora knife can be purchased from the instructor for $20, payable at class.

9:00am-4:00pm

Call (406) 447 – 6945 to signup today!

 

Avalanche Awareness Seminar Billings

Who: Gallatin Avalanche Information Center and The Base Camp
What: Avalanche Awareness Seminar
Where: The Base Camp Billings
When: Thu, Nov 06, 2014
Audience: Everyone

 

Avalanche Awareness Workshop

 Thursday, November 6, 2014

 6:00 p.m.

 The Base Camp

1730 Grand Ave, Billings, Montana

www.thebasecamp.com

The Base Camp will host a basic avalanche awareness workshop conducted by the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center(GNFAC).

Topics covered will include: avalanche terrain recognition, the impact of weather on avalanche hazard, the development of mountain snowpack, backcountry decision-making skills, and the benefit of beacons, probes, and shovels in basic search and rescue procedures.  Admission is free.

During the event, we will conduct a raffle with Great Prizes.  All proceeds from the raffle will go directly to the Friends of the GNFAC.

The Friends of the GNFAC is a non-profit organization that accepts tax-deductible donations to support avalanche education and information.  Contributions support the GNFAC in several ways, including funding equipment purchases and educational materials as well as contributing to operating costs involved in providing avalanche education.

Join us for an informal gathering to acquire important safety information and to support an invaluable winter safety resource.  If you have questions, please contact The Base Camp at 406-248-4555.

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Reservations: FREE!

Avalanche Awareness Seminar Helena

Who: Gallatin Avalanche Information Center and The Base Camp
What: Avalanche Awareness Seminar
Where: The Base Camp/Downtown Helena
When: Tue, Nov 11, 2014
Audience: Everyone!

Avalanche Awareness Workshop

 Tuesday, November 11, 2014

 6:30 p.m.

 The Base Camp

5 W. Broadway, Helena, Montana

www.thebasecamp.com

The Base Camp will host a basic avalanche awareness workshop conducted by the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center(GNFAC).

Topics covered will include: avalanche terrain recognition, the impact of weather on avalanche hazard, the development of mountain snowpack, backcountry decision-making skills, and the benefit of beacons, probes, and shovels in basic search and rescue procedures.  Admission is free.

During the event, we will conduct a raffle with Great Prizes.  All proceeds from the raffle will go directly to the Friends of the GNFAC.

The Friends of the GNFAC is a non-profit organization that accepts tax-deductible donations to support avalanche education and information.  Contributions support the GNFAC in several ways, including funding equipment purchases and educational materials as well as contributing to operating costs involved in providing avalanche education.

Join us for an informal gathering to acquire important safety information and to support an invaluable winter safety resource.  If you have questions, please contact The Base Camp at 406-443-5360.

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Reservations: FREE!