Here we are already into the second week of July and the Belmont Senior Center in Butte is bustling with activity.  Let's take a look at the events, services and fun that are happening this month.


  • Hearing aid cleaning with Robin is set for this Wednesday, July 10th at 10:30am.
  • Tech Tips will be held on July 16th for help with laptops, ipads, cellphones and the like.
  • Craft Circle with Lorisa will be taking place Tuesday, July 9th and again on Thursday, July 25th, both dates at 10:30am.
  • Photo: Tommy O/Townsquare Media
    Belmont Mine headframe.  Photo: Tommy O/Townsquare Media



    • BINGO - played every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 1pm.
    • PINOCHLE - played every Tuesday and Wednesday at 1pm.  $1.00 + .25 per set.
    • SNEAKERS EXERCISE CLASS - every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am to 11am.  Cost is $1.50 per class.
    • FOOT CLINIC - by appointment.  $15 per session, payable to Peggy Dean.  For appointments or further details please call (406) 782-8448.
    • RIDES TO MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS - available by appointment by calling (406) 723-7773.  Please call at least 24 hours in advance.  The cost is $3 one way and $5 round-trip.  Rides are also available for shopping excursions for $10 per trip.
    • FRESH CINNAMON ROLL AND COFFEE FOR $1 - Tuesdays from 8am - 10:30am
    • JULY BIRTHDAY LUNCH - July 18th at noon.

    Lunch is served Monday thru Friday from 12pm to 1pm for $6.  Here is a look at the July menu.

    The Belmont reminds you that they will be closed this Friday, July 12th for the Montana Folk Festival.

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