For the first time in our 33-year history, Habitat for Humanity of Flathead Valley is having a major fundraiser event – to enable us to do more, do it better, and differently!

A Blue Jean and Rhinestone Event
Thursday, September 22, 2022
Snowline Acres | 3315 US Highway 93 South, Kalispell

5:30 – 6:00pm | Champagne Art Preview
6:00 – 8:00pm | The Event
Live Auction and Silent Auction

Tickets: $100 per person or $700 for a table of 8


Get your tickets today! Your entry ticket includes an appetizer spread; two drink tickets good for one beer, wine, coffee or soft drink; a bid paddle/number; and five raffle tickets – additional tickets can be purchased. A cash bar will also be available. 

Enjoy exceptional cuisine from the valley’s top culinary artists, The Chef Guys. Hot and cold appetizers, a charcuterie ‘experience’, and bite-sized, delectable, sweet treats will be served. 

Fun and lively entertainment will be provided by Sundae + Mr. Goessl, who curate a “Fun & Fancy” show featuring timeless classics and vaudevillian style comedy. Dressed to impress, this husband-and-wife act has delighted audiences all over the US for the past decade and has earned the title “Acoustic Ensemble of the Year” (2020) and “Vocalist of the Year” (2017) from Earshot Magazine. 

With their signature vintage flair, Sundae + Mr. Goessl have a stylish way of entertaining music lovers with songs spanning over the last 100 years. From their arsenal of instruments (guitar, bass, ukulele, Melodica, vocals, looping and sometimes kazoo) to their on-stage banter, Sundae + Mr. Goessl provide a charming and truly unique theatrical experience. 

And, Kalispell native Leah Lindsay will be your evening host. While her resume includes radio host, realtor, playwright and actress, she devotes time and energy to her community and making a difference in her world. 

Tickets are limited and on sale now, and an art catalog will be available soon!

Lighting the Way Home on the Foundation of Art was made possible by the donation to Habitat of the personal art collection of Joe and Julie Cassetta of Bigfork, Montana and Tulsa, Arizona. To them, we are grateful for embracing the impactful work, the results Habitat creates. 

Over 90 pieces of artwork: original and watercolor paintings, prints; bronze, wood, antler, bone and carved stone sculptures; signed lithographs, batiks, blown glass, clay pottery, south African sculptures and beaded ceremonial pieces, and so much more! 

Live and Silent Auction – 20 items will be part of a spirited Live Auction by Tracy Finn and Shelby Nash Hunter. 

Artists include: Jeanette Rehahn, Salvador Dahli, Dean Peterson, Leonard Lopp, Mark Daniels, Ken Bjorge, Rob Akey, Brent Cotton, Tony Whitney, Paul Baliker, A.M. Mallett, and many others. 

Watch the video to hear from one of our Habitat families

For more information/interviews:
Bob Helder – Executive Director | 406-257-8800 
2535 Hwy 93 South, Kalispell, Montana 59911

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