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THE MISSOULA CITY-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT has moved their Covid-19 vaccine clinic into the main Health Department building at 301 West Alder Street in Missoula.Covid-19 vaccines will be available during normal business hours by appointment only. Walk-ins will be taken Monday, Wednesday and Saturdays but patients will need to fill out paperwork ahead of time. For more information call 406-258-4770 or at missoulainfo.com.

Our station webpages have the “Vaccine Info” page, for the latest information. Webpage  http://covid19.missoula.co/   OR  258-INFO (4636) number is staffed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

THE RAVALLI COUNTY 2022 BURNING SEASON BEGINS IS UNDERWAY. Burn permits are free and if you have questions or need to obtain, renew or activate your Burn Permit, go to the Ravalli County webpage….Ravalli.US and click on the burn permit section. You can also use the Ravalli County Sheriff smart phone app. Residents are reminded to have water, tools and enough people on hand to keep your fire under control.


It’s a musical compilation of Brothers Grimm fairy tales, on stage at MCT THRU MARCH 20TH. For more information on show times and tickets, go to MCTinc.org, call 406-728-7529, or stop by the MCT Box Office.

THE WINGS PROGRAM EQUINE RESCUE AND SANCTUARY IN CORVALLIS is looking for volunteers. If you love horses, you can help with rehabilitating and transitioning horses and donkeys to new homes. The next volunteer orientation is this Saturday March 19th from 10am to 11:30am. Find out more at wingsprograms@live.com or call 406-363-3346.

FOOTLOOSE MONTANA presents a trap and release workshop at the North Valley Public Library in Stevensville on Saturday March 19th from 2-4pm.


THE HISTORICAL MUSEUM AT FORT MISSOULA has a new exhibit exploring the 67 year history of the Missoula Symphony Orchestra. The “First Movement” includes many items from performance photos, concert programs and more. The exhibit is open Tuesday thru Saturday from Noon to 5pm thru May. For more information call 406-728-3479 or at fortmissoulamuseum.org.

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FOR MONTANA’S FIRST EVER IN-PERSON ANGELMAN WALK is underway. Angelman Syndrome affects 1 in every 15,000 children. Funds raised will benefit families thru parental resources, counseling, educational webinars and more.

The Angelman Walk is on SATURDAY MAY 21ST AT THE MEADOWLARK SHELTER at Fort Missoula Regional Park. (by the baseball fields).

For more information follow ASF Walk Montana on Facebook.

THE SEELEY LAKE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION offers free help with your technical devices. Learn how to use your computer or smartphone more efficiently, protect yourself online and discover more about social media. Personal Tech Support Groups are scheduled on the last Thursday of each month. For information call 406-677-3506.

Missoula Movers Coffee Walks are on Mondays, for active adults. Enjoy the company of new friends on guided walks through Missoula’s conservation lands, parks, and trails. After the walk, enjoy a hot drink with fellow hikers! Meets Mondays at Currents, 9 am-12 pm. Registration is $7 per walk. 406-721-7275


The blood crisis is affecting hospitals and patients across the Treasure State and nationwide. Donations have dropped 10% over the past few years and the current supply is dangerously low. Blood donations in Montana will stay in Montana, if you would like to donate, go to redcross.org, enter your zip code and make an appointment.

MISSOULA AGING SERVICES is providing The Money Management Program. It’s available to all adults aged 60 and older, and is designed to help residents with personal financial affairs. Paying monthly bills, developing a budget and more is offered. For more information call 406-728-7682 or visit missoulaagingservices.org.

The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s Helpline is open seven days a week to answer questions about caregiving during the Coronavirus outbreak, ways to keep your loved one safe, what to do at home and more. Call 866-232-8484 or visit www.alzfdn.org to connect with a licensed social worker. 

A Missoula County dog license is your furry friend’s ticket home. the Missoula County Animal Control Shelter responds to over 3,500 calls and investigate nearly 150 animal bites each year and provides the best care possible at the shelter for Missoula’s animals in need. To license your dog, contact Missoula County Animal Control at 406-541-7387 or license them online.

CHILDCARE RESOURCES reminds you that the USDA Child and Adult Food Program is available to all child care facilities throughout the nation. The program also helps to keep parent tuition at a lower rate. Find out more about the program and contact CHILDCARE RESOURCES at 406-728-6446.

If you are 55+ and unemployed Easterseals-Goodwill can help; providing transitional employment services through the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) Finding a job after temporarily leaving the work force can be difficult. Participants may also receive help updating resumes and learning interview skills. For details call 406-836-0670.

Boys & Girls Club of Missoula County is looking for a motivated, energetic individual to join their Board of Directors. If you are interested in becoming a leader of a youth-serving nonprofit organization in the Missoula community, reach out to BGCM’s CEO, Katie Holman, at katie@bgcmissoulacounty.org.

MISSOULA AGING SERVICES is expanding a program that connects older adults with online resources. Lifelong Connections purchases tablets, trains volunteers and teaches older adults to use email, Facetime and Zoom. FOR INFORMATION VISIT MissoulaAgingServices.org, or Call 406-728-7682.

Missoula County’s Election Center online can provide voter and election services Elections Center staff can help with all voter services, including registration, requesting an absentee ballot, address changes, retrieving undeliverable ballots and issuing replacement ballots. Voters can check their ward, registration status and polling place location at www.missoulavotes.com.

The Poverello Center serves some of our most at-risk neighbors. And they are seeking Donations of Food & Cleaning Supplies: Just call (406) 529-5643 and a staff person will come outside and meet you. You can donate online and ask volunteer questions at https://www.thepoverellocenter.org/donate/

The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s Helpline is open seven days a week to answer questions about caregiving during the Coronavirus outbreak, ways to keep your loved one safe, what to do at home and more. Call 866-232-8484 or visit www.alzfdn.org to connect with a licensed social worker. 

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