Phone directory being updated

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

The Clyde Park/Wilsall (Upper Shields Valley) Telephone Directory is currently being updated for 2020. 

If your name is not in the current Dex or Bozeman Local Book, or if you want your cell phone listed, call Cindy Block so it can be added. 

If you are interested in advertising, contact Cindy as well at 223-9544 or e-mail


Farmers Market

The Shields Valley Farmers Market is from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, July 29, at Veterans Park, just west of Highway 89 in Wilsall.

Dinner will be sloppy joe’s from locally sourced beef plus sides from the Clyde Park Tavern.

There will be music by Linda Hauslerhost’s Open Mic Monday. Vendors include Park Electric with fantastic giveaways, Root to Rise produce, Home Maiden, North Bridger Bison and more.

Celebrate the good ole summer days with the Corn Hole Tournament and prizes. 


Dinner and a Movie

Dinner and a Movie Wilsall Style is coming soon, Friday, Aug. 2, at the Wilsall Rodeo Grounds. Be watching for more information next week.


Church news

• Shields River Lutheran Church will celebrate their 100th Anniversary starting with worship at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 4. Next week there will be more information on the events of the day.

• David Barnhart of Bozeman will be the guest speaker at the 10:45 morning worship service Sunday, July 28, at the Wilsall Community Church.


Birthday celebration

An early 80th birthday celebration for Jean Skillman is planned for Sunday, July 28, at the Shields Valley Senior Center, 208 Elliot Street N. (U.S. Highway 89) in Wilsall. Lunch is at noon and cake at 2 p.m. No gifts, please.



• The Clyde Park Bridge Club met July 17 at Clyde Park Tavern and Cafe. with Bob Eyman as host. Prize winners were David DePuy, high; and Shirley DePuy, bingo.

• Wilsall Women’s Pinochle Club met Monday afternoon at the Shields Valley Senior Center. Prize winners were Mary Sarver, high; Jean Landers, low; and  Valerie Chapel, traveling.  

• Winners of the July 23 Senior Citizens card party were Marie Smith, first; Jean Landers, second; Marge Briggs, low; and Georgia Hogenson, traveling.