Join us for All In Stitches’ annual quilt show “Quilt Walk Around Polson!” Quilts will hang in businesses on Main Street from Saturday, February 9th through Saturday, February 23rd. Plan some time to pick up a ballot at All In Stitches and stroll down Main Street to vote on your favorite quilts by February 20th. Ribbons will be hung February 21st. Feel free to call All In Stitches at 883-3643 to talk with any of us if you have any questions.
This wide-ranging class will provide you with a firm foundation for taking your food business from concept to consumer. Topics covered will include:
- Target market development
- Cottage food law
- The Food Safety Modernization Act
- Food product development
- Processing options
Instructor Jan Tusick has a strong background in agriculture, finance and capitalization, networking, and marketing. She networks with economic development organizations and state agencies to develop and maintain a robust food and ag economy. Join us for this free workshop in the location that’s most convenient for you.
Tuesday, March 26: LCCDC office, 407 Main St SW, Ronan
All workshops are 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Bring a brown bag lunch or plan for lunch on your own. These classes fill up quickly, so reserve your seat today.
Come enjoy a night of food, live music, and some awesome sales. This is our official opening of our greenhouse for the season and our kick off to spring! Get your spring flowers, hanging baskets, shrubs, trees and much more. See you in the Garden!
Businesses are invited to participate in this exciting, effective and unique marketing opportunity. The festive environment and tradition of the TRADES FAIR makes it convenient and fun for potential customers to experience your product or service. We are proud to have a history of a tremendous variety of exhibitors, with virtually all aspects of commerce represented.
Managing cash flow in your business is a balancing act between making sure all obligations are paid on time, doing everything you can to collect cash as quickly as possible, and not holding excessive cash balances. Learn how to identify and measure cash cycle times for inventories, receivables and payables.