Our Communities


Over the years, as the community has grown, we’ve remained a constant presence, serving our employees, our friends and neighbors with the same friendly, helpful service. As a local family owned business, we understand the importance of community. Of caring for one another and making a positive impact by taking the time to appreciate those people who have made our success possible.

For more than 20 years we’ve hosted community events, inviting the general public to the store to participate and create something together, to experience, learn and meet new people. Our Junior Carpenter program brings families together to create projects that have that “handmade with love” feeling to them. They have always been and will remain free of cost, so that everyone can participate. We love seeing generation after generation of families bringing their kids and sharing with them the same joy they experienced with their parents and grandparents.

"An organization succeeds not because it is big or because it is long established but because there are people in it who live it, sleep it, dream it and build future plans for it."

Our other events like the Montana Pitmaster Classic State BBQ Championship, Barbecue Classes, Tool Sales and the Home & Hardware Show may occasionally require admission charge, but we always keep the cost to a minimum and over-reward for attendance. We want these events to be entertaining and valuable to the attendees, so they look forward to future classes and events. We are never afraid to go above and beyond to take care of our customers & future customers and the events reflect that truth. The events are an organic part of our business, stemming from the ideas, creativity and feedback from our employees and customers. We listen to what they are interested in or where they have questions and try to meet their needs through thoughtfully executed, fun events.

Events and community engagement are our way of saying thank you. To all who have supported our family-owned, local business over the years. From vendors and customers, to employees and friends; without the support of the community Kenyon Noble wouldn’t be what it is today. We hope our commitment helps strengthen our wonderful community, bringing people together and spreading some simple joy and human connection.