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By Jack H. Smith
Three Forks Voice 

Sacajawea Hotel hosting variety of events during Stroll

 

December 4, 2019

The Sacajawea Hotel is hosting events for all ages during the stroll.

The Sacajawea Hotel will once again be hosting a variety of activities during Friday's Three Forks Christmas Stroll.

Events in 2019 include music in the lobby, a hot chocolate bar, and an ugly sweater party and drink specials at the Sac Bar.

According to General Manager Kay French, the hotel is always looking for ways to participate in community events.

"We continuously seek to support, encourage, and facilitate endeavors of the town of Three Forks and surrounding areas. Community oneness is vitally important to us and we feel privileged and eager to participate in such events. For the Hotel to be utilized as a gathering place for our community, it is such a rewarding opportunity and an enriching experience," French said. "The Christmas Stroll is just one of our several events that we host throughout the year, but we consider the Stroll to be one of our most favorite occasions. We look forward to everyone coming out to participate - whether it's just stopping in to warm up with a cup full of hot cocoa or spending the entire evening celebrating the season with us."

The hotel is also happy to provide events catered to the entire family.

"Our focus with hosting events such as the Christmas Stroll is to bring families together for an evening full of sharing, laughter, and fun," she said. "So, come hungry, practice up on that singing voice, and don't forget to wear that hideous sweater that's been tucked away in the back of the closet for years. Come on out and enjoy the Stroll - you are bound to have an extraordinary time with us."

The Sacajawea Hotel has been hosting events during the Three Forks Christmas Stroll for a decade and French is looking forward to continued growth with each passing season.

"We consider it a privilege to participate and look forward to it each and every December. Turnout has been steadily growing with each passing year as the event is becoming more and more popular with not only the locals but also the out-of-towners," she said.

 

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