Second Annual Roadshow of
Antiques & History Sept. 22-23


September 13, 2001
Seeley Swan Pathfinder
Seeley Lake, Montana


Preparations for the second annual Seeley Lake Roadshow of Antiques and History are now complete. This special event will take place Saturday and Sunday, September 22-23 at the Montana Pines Hideaway Resort.

Three certified appraisers will be available each day from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. An additional certified gun appraiser will be present on Sunday during the same hours. A $5.00 fee will be charged for each item appraised. Appraisers and specialties are as follows: John Kimble, Seeley Lake, general; Donald Baughman, Bigfork, fine art, furntiure, American Indian, Western items, photography and Montana history; Tim Gordon, Missoula, general and art; Alan Rogers, Oriental, jewelry, ceramics and oil painting; Louis Yearout, Great Falls, guns.

Living History presentations will take place at 1:00 PM each day. On Saturday afternoon, Ron Ukrainetz and others from Great Falls will appear in character of Lewis & Clark Personalities. On Sunday afternoon, Curley Bear from Browning will present "Native American Impact." These presentations are included in the gate charge of $3.00 for adults (under 12 free) which covers access to appraisers, display collections, and the Saturday night old time music fest.

A nine member group from Big Fork, called "Bending the Strings with Friends," will play music for listening and dancing from 7:00-9:00 PM Saturday.

The Roadshow is sponsored by the Seeley Lake Historical Society, the Lewis and Clark Foundation, the Montana Community Foundation, and the Montana Community for Humanities. It is a fund raiser for the local Historical Society, a not-for-profit organization seeking to establish a museum in the historical old barn located south of Seeley Lake on Highway #83.