MISSOULA, Mont. — The 5th annual Rattlesnake Fall Festival: Water, Wildlife and Weeds celebrates community and shared ideas for the Rattlesnake watershed.
The event takes place on Oct. 2 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ten Spoon Winery.
Organizers released the following information:
Come celebrate and help protect the Rattlesnake watershed at the upcoming Fall Festival: Water, Wildlife & Weeds, organized by the Rattlesnake Creek Watershed Group. This community event will be held on Sunday, October 2, from 12-4 pm at Ten Spoon Winery (4175 Rattlesnake). For those who can contribute to help the nonprofit RCWG, there is a suggested donation of $5/adult, children free.
Come enjoy socializing with neighbors and hands-on learning and games for the whole family. Activities include bear safety demonstrations. Discover and share ideas to help care for the Rattlesnake watershed. Local community groups and agencies working in the Rattlesnake—including the Great Bear Foundation, Weed District, Missoula Conservation District, MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Trout Unlimited, Mountain Bluebird Trails, and others—will be there to share information about their resources and projects.
Food and drinks will be available from local food trucks and Ten Spoon Winery.
Music by Beth Youngblood, KD Dickinson, and special guests.
Raffle tickets for prizes both fun and practical.
To use the apples and pears that draw bears into the valley, the Great Bear Foundation will press fresh cider, so bring your fruit for on-the-spot pressing and sipping!