Each fall the Lemhi County Historical Society and Museum begins their programming with a monthly lunch and local history presentation. The program topics range widely but are always interesting and entertaining. The delicious lunch fare is prepared by Society members and the crowd (and there is often quite a crowd) is friendly and welcoming. If you are new to Salmon, just passing through, or looking for a winter activity to get you out of the house, consider joining us once a month at the Salmon Grange (just behind the Museum). Lunch is by donation. The program begins at 12 noon and folks are encouraged to dish up your plate and be seated by the time the presentation starts.

You can find more information about each program here: Lemhi County Historical Society Program and Luncheon

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