1st, 7th-8th, 14th-15th,
21st-22nd – Pictures with Santa – Holiday Village Mall
7th – Cowboy Christmas – 5pm – MSU-Northern
8th – Piano & Pipes Concert -2pm –
First Lutheran Church
27th-28th – MAT presents “Still Life with Iris” – 8pm
– MSU-Northern Theatre
14th – Lunch with Santa – Noon –
Holiday Village Mall
H. Earl Clack Museum “A
Special Children’s Party with a Dino” – 1pm-3pm
Live Nativity Scene – 5pm-7pm
– Van Orsdel United Methodist Church
21st – Recycle Drive and Free E-Waste
Collection – 8am-Noon – Holiday Village Mall
22nd – Winter Begins
Eagles Kids Christmas Party –
25th – Merry Christmas!
Community Christmas Dinner –
11am-2pm – Havre Eagles Club
27th – HHS Alumni Holiday Hoops
Basketball Games – 6:30pm – Havre Middle School
31st – New Year’s Eve – Happy New
Planning a Visit?
a wonderful time visiting Havre."
While visiting Havre, whether for business or
pleasure, visitors find that recreation opportunities are many and
compliment the Montana style. Within a couple of miles of Havre, outdoor
enthusiasts can experience several recreational opportunities, from hiking
in Beaver Creek Park in the Bears Paw Mountains, to casting a line for a
favorite catch, all complimented by the 4 seasons.
Besides recreation, Havre is also rich in cultural
attractions ranging from concerts, live theater, museums, shops, galleries,
numerous sporting activities and events. Wander through the historic
shopping districts and explore the many fun shops, catch a tour of one of
our local attractions – Fort Assinniboine, Havre Beneath the Streets, the
Buffalo Jump – enjoy 3 historic district walking tours or just relax in one
of our many community parks.
While Havre enjoys four very distinct seasons,
spring may be the sweetest, with the rebirth of the wildflowers dotting the
hillsides and the sounds of chirping birds break the dawn of a new day.
Average summer temperatures are around 70 degrees. Summer months are full
of activities including the farmer’s market, and the summer concert series
at the Town Square, to the County Fair to camping, boating and all the
summer recreation one could do. The fall brings a warm and colorful glow to
the horizons and the harvest skies glow with spectacular sunsets and awesome
harvest moons. Fall mornings and evenings may require a sweater but the mid
day temperatures are warm. Winter gives way to a full event calendar,
hockey, ice skating, skiing and ice fishing.
Spring is the time to enjoy the
activities that surround Havre, from a walk along a trail in
Beaver Creek, camping and boating at Fresno, to fishing in
one of the many reservoirs, to a round of golf.
Summer brings a new found energy
to be active and take in all the area has to offer. Summer
is a time to enjoy the company of friends and family at
reunions and picnics. And, a time to enjoy and experience
all the outdoor activities that one can enjoy.
The outdoors are awesome at this
time of year as well – warm days fade to cool evenings
silhouetted by the spectacular fall sunsets.
Activities abound including a trail walk, to cheering on
your favorite football team.
Don’t let winter keep you indoors.
There are many activities outside that warm your insides during the winter:
cross country skiing, downhill skiing, ice skating and hockey along with ice
fishing. Winter is also a time to enjoy local sports, explore the
museums, and take in a concert or theatre production.