Wait until you see the bags and goods within them! Here’s just a taste of what you could win this year:
Montana-designed bags by: 2nd Story Studio, Goertzen Adventure Equipment, Mystery Ranch, and Fannagain
Bags filled with themed items such as: fly fishing, hunting, day trips, alignment/oil change, motorcycle/dirt bike riding, skateboarding, date night, mom’s day, father’s day, running, self-care, and more! Get your tickets for $25 before time runs out at the door and prices go up to $30!
Go here to purchase tickets now!
Highlander Brewery Pavilion, Missoula MT
Elevate our community with a night to remember! Ticket sales support the Alberton park renovation project.
Event highlights: Dancing, door prizes, silent auction items, and mingling
Cocktail party attire. Masks & thematic dress welcome, but not required.
April 7 and 14, 1 PM
Alberton Community Center
Get creative and make a mask, whether for PEAK’s 3rd annual Charity Masquerade Ball, for Halloween, or just for fun! PEAK will supply all the materials to make your own mask. Volunteers will be available to help littles make masks while the adults create their own. Start creating on April 7 or April 14 and take supplies home at the end of the day to decorate on your own or start on April 7 and come back to finish on April 14. Free for the whole family!
Get ready to move your body and learn some dances! Alberton School Principal
and dance instructor for Downtown Dance Collective (DDC) has signed on to
teach the community some fun dances!
This event is free and open to anyone who likes to dance. PLUS, we guarantee
that the songs and dances Mica teaches us will be featured at this year’s Charity
The greatest, most inexpensive opportunity to stock your bookshelves is here
again! We’ve purchased many new-release and popular books for all ages!
If you have books you want to donate, drop boxes are in the high school lobby
and at Alberton Feed and Supply.
This event is free, thanks to funding from Headwaters Foundation, but
donations are welcome to purchase books for next year!
We're looking for volunteers for setup! If you're willing and available, please
meet us in the cafeteria at 2 PM.
Come out to Alberton Elementary for some Ghoulish Fun!
In the cafeteria, enjoy and participate in the free:
and much much more from 4-8 pm.
For a nominal fee, you can try your luck at the Cake Walk. All funds raised for the cake walk go toward future family-friendly events.
In the gym, the Alberton Student Council will be running their annual fundraiser with an epic Haunted House from 6-10 PM.
Come on down to the Alberton Gymnasium Sunday the 25th of March.
Dodgeball is the game.
Dodging is the task.
Let's do this!
Games start at 1 PM and could go as late as 6 PM
Concessions will be available
Fundraiser benefits the Mineral County School Fun Run T-shirt Fund
Contact us at PEAK or Bethany Shaske
email@example.com or 406-493-5916
Do you know how to play bingo? Great!
Do you really like Magbag's purses? Awesome!
We have the event for you!
Bring your friends, sisters, mothers, or whoever would enjoy an afternoon of playing bingo for awesome bags with them filled with really neat things.
Alberton Elementry School
Doors open at 1 PM
Bingo starts at 2 PM
Food and baked goods will be for sale.
Raffle tickets will be available for purchase along with 2 special games.
Where: Alberton Elementary School Cafeteria
Have you seen the 1950 version of Father of the Bride? Well, this 1951 sequel is sure to make you chuckle with its all-star cast featuring Elizabeth Taylor, Spencer Tracy, and Joan Bennett.
Watch the shenanigans unfold of one family welcoming their first grandson into the world.
Popcorn and refreshments for purchase will be available through concessions.
Join us for our 5th annual tree lighting as we celebrate and honor our community, life, and loved ones.
As with the four previous tree lightings, this event will be a potluck feast, so please bring a potluck dish to share with your friends and neighbors. You can drop off your dish in the community center, and then proceed outside, where we’ll light the tree shortly after 6.
The community is encouraged to bring a candle to light and place under the tree in remembrance of a loved one or to honor someone that has had a significant impact on his or her life.
After the tree lighting and remembrance ceremony, we’ll return to the potluck feast and play some fun family games. Everyone is invited to bring their favorite game. PEAK will also have several board games on hand.
And don’t forget we’ll be drawing the winner of the quilt, handmade by Katie Vesel! Raffle tickets are available for purchase now at Alberton Feed & Supply.
We hope to provide some music and other surprises for the gathering this year. We look forward to seeing you there!
Artists needed for the PEAK Foundation's 2018 Thank you card!
We are running a contest for all Alberton area K-12 kids and we mean everyone homeschooled or public.
Submit your legal paper sized (8.5 x 11) design with the theme family to the Feed Store or the School by the 6th of December. The winner will be announced at the Winter Festival on the 8th of December.
Grand Prize of $25 awarded to the lucky winner.
We will post everyone's submissions on our facebook page for all to see.
Where: Alberton School Cafeteria
We had such a great selection of books at the last book bingo, with many left over and new books coming in regularly, we’re holding another event. Let’s get reading!
Come on down at 1PM to help us out setting up.
Book preview will be at 3PM games start at 3:30PM.
This will be a great chance to stock up on your winter reading or pick out gifts for all the other book lovers in your life. You’ll get loads of books for one low entry fee of $5/per family, $2/adult, or $1/child. Seriously, everyone goes home a winner!
Book bingo works just like regular bingo, but you win books instead of money. And because our goal is to encourage reading among all ages, people who share a similarity with the bingo winner—same table, color of shirt, age range, grade, etc.—get to choose a book along with the winner.
Where: Outside, east end of Community Center.
Have you ever seen the movie Little Shop of Horrors? No, not
the one with Rick Moranis as Seymour Krelboyne; the one with Jack Nicholson as Wilbur Force, the man who loves the dentist too much.
If you haven’t had the chance to watch a young Jack Nicholson in this campy 1960 movie, here’s your opportunity, free of charge in the great outdoors!
This movie is rated PG 13, so parents will need to ponder whether to let their kids watch it.
This event is weather dependent; if it’s raining, we’ll cancel it. If it’s just cold, bring extra blankets and parkas.
Popcorn and other goodies will be available for purchase.
Where: Practice field between football and baseball field on Parkway Drive
Can you believe it’s been 20 years since the first publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone? To celebrate this anniversary, PEAK is hosting a quidditch match, led by Coach Shane Rooney.
No prior knowledge of quidditch is necessary to play. Coach Shane will go
over all the rules when you get there.
What you will need to do is to preregister yourself (if you want us to place you on a team) or a coed team of at least seven people (1 seeker, 3 chasers, 2 beaters,
and 1 keeper). You can preregister by contacting us through our Facebook
page, via phone
(406-848-4252), or through our website (www.thepeakfoundation.org) by 5 PM on October 2. Include your name, age (just say “over 18” if that applies), and contact info, and we’ll get back to you to complete the registration.
For a sneak peak of what to expect, check out the video from our first quidditch match in 2014 on our Facebook event page
We’ll play rain or shine! If it’s cold, you can warm up with a bowl of hot chili served by a PEAK member.
Hooray, it's finally in sight: Book Bingo, where everyone goes home a winner!
All your contributions have added up to a great offering for all ages. We'll happily accept donations up to the day before the event, so feel free to drop off your gently used books at Alberton Feed & Supply or in the Alberton High School foyer.
You can preview the books beginning at 5:30, and then bingo begins promptly at 6:00.
- Students: $1
- Adults: $2
- Families: $5
Here's a great opportunity to listen to music (vocal and instrumental) and take in the artistic endeavors of our community's students.
You'll also have a chance to bid on a selection of art pieces!
The image at left is a sample from the 2015 student art auction, contributed by 2016 graduate Deveyn Dutt. This piece holds the record for the highest bid out of all the student art auctions we've done: $125!
Supaman is a member of the “Apsaalooke Nation,” with a home on the Crow reservation in Montana. He is a Native American dancer and hip hop artist who has dedicated his life to empowering youth and educating listeners with a message of hope through culture and music. A young energetic entrepreneur with tremendous leadership abilities, his presentation style and delivery are nothing short of captivating.
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The evening will feature door prizes, exciting silent auction items provided by popular destinations, adventures, and businesses and music spun by Missoula’s own Coach Shane.
Proceeds from this event will benefit the Hank Roat Community Park Renovation Project.
Click here for more information on the Park Renovation Project.
Need a kidless night to get some cleaning done? Want to eat dinner without having to share with your three year old? Just want some quiet time to yourself? PEAK has just the event for you!
Drop your kids off for an evening of games, crafts, and tasty food!
$20 for two kids or more from the same family
$15 for one child
Pre-register online & receive a $2 discount
Children 2 and under MUST pre-register.
Payment prompt will come up after above form is completed