For 9 months during 2007, MRBA members, Peter and Lori Silcher were host to, Fernando, from Brazil.Â Fernando is a horse trainer and worked with the Silchers and their Marchador horses, a special breed from Brazil.Â When he arrived, he mentioned to Lori that he loved the old country and bluegrass music.Â During his stay in Montana, Fernando, became a part of our Bluegrass family and was a fine picker.Â Here are some videos he took at the MRBA Spring Festival 2007.
MRBA Spring Festival
April 18, 2009
Noon – 10:30pm
Stevensville High School
There are a couple of ways that you can help out.Â Either bring a dessert dish or call Mike & Tari Conroy to volunteer to help at the festival.Â (406) 821-3777.
FollowingÂ the show will head over to the American Legion toÂ jamg late into the night and whereÂ overnight parking will be available.Â Sunday morning, at 10am, there’sÂ free biscuits and gravy for everyone before they head home.Â As in years past, people who would like to help by bringing food to the festival should bring desserts.
DIRECTIONS to the American Legion (also called the Burnt Fork School)
Drive south from the front of the Stevensville High School
At the FIRST stop sign
Follow that road up Burnt Fork 3 MILES
The American Legion is on the LEFT