New Weekly Event!
Chips ‘n Critters of the Red Barn are hosting a Wine and Movie night at the Majestic Theatre every Tuesday at 7:00pm. To reserve a spot call the Red Barn 406-297-3162. Tickets are $20
Lincoln County Fair: August 22nd-25th
Want a fair book? We have them at the office, stop on by!
Vacation Bible School @ Valley Baptist Church August 5th-9th
Starting May 15th – Sept. 18th at Memorial Park, Downtown Eureka
We wish to send a BIG Thank You to our Sponsors for your support for another Great Eureka Rendezvous Days. Please visit our list of Sponsors Here.
Check out these upcoming featured events:
The Eureka Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to present The Eureka Farmer’s Market for 2019: May 15th through Sept 18th. Montana-grown produce, sample homemade jams, check out handcrafted gifts, and test sweet-smelling skin care products.
Scheduled for the second Saturday of June, This HUGE auction features Amish made items including quilts, furniture, tools and much more!
Celebrate 4th of July with lots of fun out at Indian Springs Ranch! For more info, go to our event page here!
4th Friday and Saturday:
Lincoln County Fairgrounds
Cowboys and cowgirls, kids on sheep, cattle wrestling and expert horsemanship….everything you expect in a western Rodeo.
Hundreds of colorful quilts are hung along the main street, in the Historical Village and in Memorial Park. More than 500 quilts will be on display.
Three action-packed days of exhibits, competitions, races, food, music, activities for children, and so much more.
Thousands of spectators come to Eureka from all over the country to see 40 PBR bull riders, and a total of 50 bull rides.
Help bring attention to the importance of supporting small businesses by shopping in Eureka on November 23. There will be special promos across town, and home-based businesses will be set up. Register your business today by clicking on the title, above.
Get out and around!
The Eureka area has trails for hiking and biking, groomed fields for golfing, lakes for fishing, swimming, and boating.
In the winter, these turn into trails for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing, lakes for ice fishing and skating, and nearby areas for downhill skiing.
Click on the Activities tab above for extensive information on sites, providers, contacts, details, and so much more.
Also consult our Calendar for what’s happening about town.
And don’t forget our Directory, which lists just about every business around.
The Eureka Area Chamber of Commerce is a tax-deductible nonprofit whose mission is to promote the health and well-being of this area’s businesses and community.
We have an active Facebook presence at Eureka Montana Chamber of Commerce.
The Town of Eureka is a government entity representing and serving the people of Eureka, and it has its own website: http://www.eureka-mt.gov/.
It also has an active Facebook presence at Town of Eureka, Montana.
Please consult both sites frequently for current information about our community!
What’s a Chamber Buck?
It’s the same as U.S. dollars except that it can only be used to pay for goods or services provided by businesses in the Tobacco Valley (Eureka, Rexford, Trego, and Fortine).
Chamber Bucks come from the Eureka Area Chamber of Commerce. You might get Chamber Bucks if, for example, you win a prize or raffle sponsored by the Chamber.
Chamber Bucks come in denominations of $5 and $20. There are no chamber coins.
If you have a Chamber Buck, you can use it anywhere in the Tobacco Valley to pay for goods and services.
Chamber Bucks are worth the same as U.S. dollars. So if you pay for a $1 item with a $5 Chamber Buck, you should receive four U.S. dollar bills in change.
If you want to change your Chamber Bucks for U.S. dollars, go to First Interstate Bank of Glacier Bank in Eureka. Chamber Bucks are recognized by the U.S. Treasury as having the same face value as U.S. dollars.
However, you may not deposit Chamber Bucks in your bank account. We want you to spend them.
Watch for Chamber Bucks prizes from the Eureka Area Chamber of Commerce! They’re as good as … U.S. dollars!
Still confused? Contact us!