Columbia Falls 3 on 3 Basketball

09 Jul

New Date, New Location, New Name, Same Integrity

 The Columbia Falls 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament will be held  Saturday, July 31st 2021 on 4th Ave West in Columbia Falls. (On street in front of Glacier Gateway Elementary and Boys and Girls Club of Glacier Country)

One important change is the tournament is going to be hosted the Saturday AFTER Heritage Days. While we may have a new date and new location, the integrity, structure, and organizers of this event have remained the same.  We look forward to watching you play again this year! As in previous years, the Columbia Falls Area Chamber and the 3 on 3 sub committee are working to create a tournament that grows in professionalism, size and enjoyment each year.

Team brackets range from 5th grade to adult. Registrations are due by July 21st, 2021. Only $100/team which includes a two-game minimum and a tournament shirt.   Visit https://www.columbiafallschamber.org/3-3-basketball-tournament/ to sign your team up online.

If you would like more information about the Columbia Falls 3 on 3 Tournament, please contact Laura Gadwa, Executive Director at 406-892-2072 or director@columbiafallschamber.org.

Thank you to our main tournament sponsors:

Weyerhaeuser Logo

Thank you to our event sponsors:

  • Whitefish Credit Union
  • Schellinger Construction
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Freedom Bank
  • Outlaw Diner
  • Buffington Dental
  • Nite Owl/Back Room Restaurants
  • Flathead Electric Company
  • Glacier Bank
  • Flathead Electric Company
  • Montana Creative
  • LHC Inc
  • Montana Sky Insurance
  • Mountain Physical Therapy and Fitness Center
  • Professional Therapy Associates
  • North Valley Physical Therapy
  • Lyle Mitchell State Farm Insurance
  • F.H. Stoltze Land & Lumber
  • Backslope Brewing
  • Boys and Girls Club of Glacier Country

The Columbia Falls Area Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to foster and promote the prosperity and growth of its members and the civic, commercial, industrial and agricultural interests of the community in a way which maintains a small town, family oriented character.