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Hello All,
Due to the recent increase in Covid19 cases, diagnosed & pending, the PBC Board regretfully must announce the cancellation of the Flathead Lake Cherry Festival 2020.
We understand the immense disappointment as we feel it as well, but the UNCONTROLLABLE circumstances leave no choice.
We WILL be back in 2021, bigger & better than ever.๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’

Please continue to SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BUSINESSES.

We ask for kindness & understanding when sharing comments, again we understand your disappointment.
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We are asking for community support in determining the decision on hosting the annual Polson Cherry Festival. Currently we are working on how we can effectively plan a SAFE, CLEAN, and FUN Cherry Festival, however, we know it will only be well attended if we have the support of our community. Please respond with a simple YES or๐Ÿ˜€if you are planning on attending if not please respond with a simple NO or a โ˜น๏ธ to let us know. We are working closely with Lake County Public Health, Lake County Commissioners, and CSKT Tribal Health Department to determine the status and hosting date. We will keep our community and the wonderful people of Polson, MT up to date with the decision we decide upon. ... See MoreSee Less

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Reminder to all our tourists and summer time residents. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Lake County Public Health directly.As the weather continues to warm up, more folks are naturally drawn to Montana. Unfortunately, weโ€™re continuing to see COVID-19 pop up in Montana, and several of the most recent cases in the state have been travel-related. Governor Bullock instituted a mandatory 14-day quarantine for anyone coming from out-of-state back in March to cut down the likelihood of COVID-19 being brought into Montana. That directive is still in effect. If you are traveling into Lake County for non-work purposes, please help us protect our community and observe the quarantine directive. You may call us at (406) 883-7288 for additional information and guidance for your quarantine. ... See MoreSee Less

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