Sunburst Community Service Foundation

The Tobacco Valley in northwest Montana is a gem of a small town to visit during any season of the year. Winter offers outdoor sports as well as the renowned Sunburst Performing Arts Series which for over twenty years has brought in five concerts from October through April. Two live drama performances are also offered during winter months including the Missoula Children's Theater and the lovely "A Montana Christmas Carol" every December 24.  Summer offers the weekly Eureka Farmers Market, Shakespeare in the Park, as well as access to the Kootenai Rails-to Trail and other outdoor adventures.

Eureka and the smaller towns in this valley may seem remote from larger tourist destinations but spending time here is worth the drive. The valley has many artists and artisans as well as an amazing number of musicians. There are frequent jams that are open to the public as well as live music at the weekly farmers market in the summer. Sunburst Community Service Foundation partners with musicians and artists to provide shows and concerts featuring the sounds and images that make this part of the Montana unique.

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Latitude: 48.904206 Longitude: -115.050205 Elevation: 2638 ft
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Community Highlights

Many cultural events can be found on the Sunburst Community Service Foundation web page under Eureka.  More community events are listed on the calendar of VisitNWMontana.  Winter concerts, the spring Rendezvous, summer's fairs and rodeo, Shakespeare in the Parks, and more!  Any season is a good one in the Tobacco Valley. 

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