OMG!! What the most INCREDIBLE evening in Sheridan.....weather was perfect, the crowd was the largest we have ever had...the wines and beers were perfect....the food was incredible...AND..what else can we say.... other than Jim Pearson and Valentina Davide asked to be invited back next year!!!! THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR SUPPORTING MSIT!!!- Macel Anderson, Head Chair MSIT
Main Street Improvement Team volunteers making the 2012 event a huge success!
It's almost like the entire town of Sheridan came out to support Main Street. Everyone is looking forward to the new old fashioned light posts that the team is raising funds for.
A Little something for everyone.
The hand painted barn quilt was auctioned off twice. Purchased once by a local family, the Mossleys and then donated back to raise an additional amount for the the MSIT group.
A smaller version of the barn quilt
was also a highly sought
after action item.
Mingling For Main Wine Tasting/Fundraiser is here again Saturday, September 9th! Sponsored by the Sheridan Main Street Improvement Team, it features many wonderful American wines and micro brews for your enjoyment. The appetizers, selected to compliment the offered wines, are prepared by local restaurants, lodges and caterers. A live and silent auction offers something for everyone, with beautiful Barn Quilts as the special live auction feature again this year. Please join us for a lovely evening to support a great cause! All proceeds go to fund period lighting for Sheridan's Main Street.
16 wines, 5 microbrews and lots of appetizers!! Silent and live auction on some incredible items! Held at the Main Street Park that the Main Street Improvement Team helped to build.
2009 UNVEILING OF THE "FISH OUT OF WATER" Artist Series for display on Main Street
Madison County, long known as a Mecca for fly fishing, will soon be home to 12 five-foot tall, 175 pound brightly painted trout sculptures. Fish Out Of Water, a community art project that commissioned 12 Montana artists to paint their vision of Montana’s history, heritage, and wildlife on the ‘canvas’ of a five-foot long trout, will be unveiled to the general public on Friday, August 29th at 6:00 PM at Peter T’s Park on Main Street in downtown Ennis, Montana and again at the Sheridan Wine Festival!
The event featured wines from different regions of the Northwestern States, appropriately pared with savory hors d'oeuvres and appetizers. The event will took place at the Moraine Room of the Philanthropy River Building, 120 N. Main Street in Sheridan from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Proceeds for the evening will help fund planned improvements to Sheridan Main Street.
A sampling of micro brews were also available for those that preferred their beverage with a little foam. A vast variety of silent auction items were donated