Canceled Events


March 18, 2020

As of press time, the following events have been canceled or postponed:

Fort Peck Senior Citizens Sixth-Annual Slam The Dam - POSTPONED

19th Annual Chinese Auction - POSTPONED

JJMT Tournament - CANCELED

Prairie Ridge Dance – CANCELED

Community Heartsaver CPR/AED/First Aid Class at FMDH – CANCELED

The State Walleye’s Unlimited Banquet & the Spring Fling Bazaar – CANCELED

Cub Scout Pinewood Derby – POSTPONED UNTIL APRIL

March Cub Scout Pack Meeting – CANCELED

Guns and Hoses Skate For The Cure – CANCELED

Nashua Lions Club Roller Skating – CANCELED for remainder of season

Justin Douziech Book Signing At Glasgow City-County Library – CANCELED

Irle School Living History Museum – POSTPONED

Last Production Of Northeastern Arts Network Season - CANCELED

Wine Flight and Charcuterie Night presented by Valley County Community Pool Campaign – POSTPONED

Glasgow Girls Softball Association Second Chance Sign-Ups – CANCELED

The Valley County Pioneer Museum will be closed due to the virus till further notice.

Nashua Senior Citizens will not have gatherings of any kind at the Nashua Senior Citizens Center until after Easter. Take out meals are available by calling the Center at 746-3370. Leave a message if there is no answer. They can be picked up right at the door of the Senior Citizens Center.

The Glasgow City-County Library is canceling all public events/programming for two weeks, starting March 16. This includes story time and senior outreach programs.

Glasgow Rec. Department is closed until further notice.

In order to prevent the spread of illness, the Valley County Health Department will no longer be open to the public without an appointment made beforehand. Limited availability so please call 228-6261 to make an appointment.

Until further notice, the Valley County Food Bank is closed.

The Children’s Museum of Northeast Montana is closed while schools are closed.

The Valley County Senior Citizen’s will have NO activities, Bingo etc., or meals in-house for the next two weeks.

Nashua Senior Citizens will continue to have noon meals Monday, Wednesday & Friday, but on a to-go basis only. There will be no meal this Friday, due to a funeral.

Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks is postponing all hunter and bowhunter education classes that are scheduled through March 30, at which point FWP will reassess the situation.


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