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OnlyinWinifred.com is your online source for community, business and visitors'
information for this unique little Montana two-bar town.

This site is organized in several categories, and each category contains links to
further information on that topic. The Winifred
News section is the most complete list
of published press items relating to Winifred as well as additional news items
exclusive to this website.

For those interested in participating in the
economic development of Winifred, the
Winifred Club is an organization of people passionate about the success of the
Winifred community. Your participation can help us achieve these goals and assure
that Winifred will continue to be a thriving community for generations to come.
Through the unique skills and insights that each of us have from our own
experiences, we can help to bring additional diversity and growth to the Winifred
economy.

At
The Community page, we have compiled information about the various
institutions and features of Winifred that contribute to the culture and sense of
community that is pervasive in the area.

The
Endowment page provides information about the Winifred Endowment, a trust
established for the benefit of the Winifred community, and an ideal charitable
contribution recipient from anyone wishing to help build the future of Winifred.

The
History page examines those that came before us in northern Fergus County
who put things in place for Winifred to be the community it is today.

In our
Visit Winifred section we have compiled information that we hope is helpful
for visitors to the Winifred area. Information is provided for entertainment and
recreational opportunities, and this section hopes to skim the surface to give some
ideas to anyone planning to spend quality time enjoying themselves in the Winifred
and Missouri River Breaks area.

Currently, our
Missouri River Breaks page is light on written content, but heavy on
striking photos of the visually dynamic area. In the near future, we will complement
those photos with an expansive set of pages devoted to telling the story of The
Breaks from those who know it best.

The
Businesses section is an online yellow pages of sorts for businesses in the
Winifred area.  When traveling or living in the Winifred area, doing business with
local Winifred businesses is definitely the best way to go.  

The Winifred website has an interactive
Message Board designed for anyone
interested in anything related to Winifred to share their views and insights. We
encourage everyone to sign up and participate as often as they would like.

To keep track of the who, what, when and where, as well as trying to figure out how
warm or cold it will be when it happens, we have the
Calendar and Weather page.
As one would assume, this section includes a calendar for Winifred community
events.  This configuration also includes weather forecasts in real time so we can all
better plan our time in Winifred. We hope that it is useful for both visitors as well as
Winifred residents.

And finally, as a resource to go directly to pages in this website without navigating
the "tree" structure of the website, we have compiled a
Site Index for your
convenience.
Welcome to Winifred, Montana

Winifred is an agricultural community in the middle of Montana, just a few miles south
of the Missouri River and the Missouri River Breaks. It is the home to a robust
community that places a premium on mutual respect, hard work, and the constant
appreciation and enjoyment of life, friends and family.
One can't spend much time in Winifred without developing an appreciation for the
land and the environment that makes the scenery and wildlife around Winifred so
compelling. This culture is deeply ingrained in the Winifred community in the
farming, ranching and hunting activities that touch every person who has ever been
a part of the Winifred community.
Montana PBS
produced this  
segment on the
Winifred Museum's
Tonka toy
collection for their
Montana
Backroads series.
The Tonka
collection is
believed to be
among the largest
of its kind in the
world, and is the
delight of children
of all ages.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the Winifred Centennial
Celebration and made it such a wonderful weekend for everyone!