The Catholic Church in Superior will host Lenten lunches on Tuesdays until Holy Week (April 14-20). The first lunch was March 12 and then held on Tuesdays until April 9. Lunch is noon to 1 p.m. The Methodist, Assembly of God, LDS, Catholic and Community Churches will be responsible for each lunch. Donations will be accepted with proceeds supporting a local charity. Contact Nancy Wilson at 406-822-4548 for details.
The PEAK Foundation in Alberton will be holding a Charity Masquerade Ball, “Under the Sea” on Saturday, April 20 from 7 to 11 p.m. at the White Raven Event Center in Alberton. Tickets available at the Alberton Feed and Supply store or visit their FB or website. Funds raised will be used to improve the Alberton town park.
In conjunction with this event is a Mask Making class at the Alberton Community Center on April 7. Another PEAK fundraiser will be Purse Bingo on May 19 from 1 to 3 p.m. They will also be participating in the Missoula Gives Day.
Learn to Dance
There will be free dance lessons on March 29 in the Alberton School Cafeteria. Learn classic, party dances, basic hip-hop and more with Mica Clarkson (Alberton School principal). Held from 5 to 8 p.m.
Rocky Mountain Boy is offering free Homesteading classes at the St. Regis Community Center. On March 30 is Bee Keeping: Healthy Hives, Honey and Pollination, from noon to 2 p.m.
Superior Senior Center serves free dinners to residents who are 90 years old and older. Dinner is every Wednesday starting at 4:30 p.m.
St. Regis Senior Center serves meals every Thursday at 5:30 p.m. and on the last Monday of the month at 5:30 p.m. March 25, Spaghetti and Meatballs; and March 28, Shephard’s Pie.
The Alberton Senior Center serves lunches each Tuesday and Thursday at noon.
Trapper Ed Class
A trapper education class is planned for Missoula on Saturday, April 6 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 2 Office (3201 Spurgin Road).
The class is free and open to anyone. Students must register by calling FWP at 406-542-5500 or Montana Trappers Association (MTA) member, Bob Sheppard, at 406-793-5885. An adult must accompany students under 10 years of age.
Topics will include trapping equipment, trap setting, ethics, regulations, furbearer identification, and fur handling. Participants will receive a student handbook and a certificate of completion upon passing the class. Students should bring a notebook and a lunch.
This class does not certify students for Montana’s wolf trapping season. New wolf trappers in Montana must complete a wolf trapper education course, offered later this year in Missoula and other several locations throughout Montana. Dates for those classes have not been set, but prospective wolf trapper education students can find out more on at fwp.mt.gov/education/hunter.