Sunday, May 2nd is the 12th anniversary of the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Great Falls. Located along the Missouri River overlooking Black Eagle falls, the Center is a great place for families and history seekers.
Theme for this year’s anniversary celebration is the grizzly bear. Bear stories will be told in the Lewis & Clark Honor Guard encampment, children can make a bear mask, presentations in the theater include bear research and management, bear safety and food storage in bear country.
The event runs from noon to 5pm Sunday and there is free admission to the Center and all events. Of course, you can expect free ice cream and cookies too!
Call the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center for more details 406-727-8733.