2019 Glacier-Two Medicine Alliance Fall Gathering
September 20 - 22, East Glacier Park, Montana
The Fall Gathering celebrates 10 years this September!!! Don’t miss this awesome weekend in East Glacier. The Gathering includes renown speakers, lunch and dinner on Saturday, a live and silent auction, live music, and GTMA-led hikes into the Badger. Come celebrate the Badger, connect with the GTMA community, and be inspired to help achieve a permanently protected, oil and gas free Badger-Two Medicine! Always a fun event at the most beautiful time of the year!
Keynote Address by Doug Chadwick, author and scientist
Music by John Floridis and Ed Stalling
NEW THIS YEAR: kick-off the weekend Friday night with a presentation by famed-wolverine biologist Rick Yates and a social hour at the Glacier Park Lodge. Presentation begins at 7 p.m.
The main event is Saturday, Sept. 21 at Summit Mountain Lodge and Steakhouse.
Suggested donation of $40 (students and children $25), which helps cover the cost of two meals (meat and vegetarian options offered) and all activities. Reduced price cabin rentals available.
This year’s auction has some fabulous items in it, including a mule pack trip into the Badger with Frank Vitale, a two-day horse ride and fishing trip with Bill Beck and Tyson Running Wolf, an original Larry Janoff painting, other original artwork and photography by various local artists, autographed books by Doug and Andrea Peacock, outdoor gear from Patagonia and the Base Camp in Helena, and, of course, some scrumptious pies! Thank you to all our generous donors! We’re still accepting items, so if you would like to contribute to the auction, please contact us ATTN: Gina Rink.
If you want to donate to the auction, contact us!
All proceeds benefit Glacier-Two Medicine Alliance our efforts to protect the Badger!
The Weekend’s Event Calendar
Friday - Glacier Park Lodge, East Glacier
7:00 p.m. - Rick Yates, retired wildlife biologist, will present
Saturday - Summit Mountain Lodge, Marias Pass
9:00 - Registration opens. Coffee and conversation.
10:00 - Welcome
10:15 - Blackfeet Cultural Speaker - Virgil Bull Shoe
11:15 - State of the Badger Address
12:00 - Lunch
1:00 - “Iniskim” - a dramatic film about a young Blackfeet woman’s journey of healing. Inspired by a true story.
2:00 - Keynote address - Doug Chadwick, author, wildlife biologist and National Geographic contributor
3:00 - Social Hour
4:00 - Live Auction
5:30 - Dinner followed by live music from John Floridis and
Sunday - Organized hikes into the Badger!
Lengths and difficulties for all abilities.
All hikes begin at 9:00