This program will start with viewing a recently donated rare seashell and coral collection of over 3oo pieces. These were collected by a naval officer who served as chaplain aboard the USS Missouri and the USS New Jersey as he cruised around the world. Time permitting, we may show the documentary, “Smoke on the Waters”, the history of steamboating on Flathead Lake. Treats and donations always welcome
1926 silent film partially filmed in Hardin, MT., Rex “The Devil Horse” started out as a young colt abused by marauding Indians who destroyed a wagon train. Lots of action as Rex, now a beautiful full grown stallion gets revenge. Enough captions to follow the story line. 90 min.
Sunday, the 11th of November marks the anniversary of the signing of the Armistice to end World War I. That day, the Miracle of America Museum, is offering free admission to all Veterans as well as giving out free pocket constitutions. Museum is open 9 to 5 daily. The WWI exhibit is just one of the many and diversified exhibits that has been enlarged and improved recently.
Bring your leftover treats from Thanksgiving dinner and watch “Kelly’s Heroes” in memory of Veterans Day. Power packed action mixed with tongue-in-cheek attitude make this one of the most entertaining movies that Clint Eastwood, Donald Sutherland, Telly Savalas, and Don Rickles have starred together.
Singer Amy Grant and Dennis Weaver in “Headin’ Home for the Holidays” filmed in Glacier Park and the Scriver Art Gallery in Browning, MT. Since this Christmas movie is only an hour long, it will be preceded by a 30 min special with Jimmy Stewart in “Mr. Krueger’s Christmas.”