Hooligans play free outdoor concert on Library’s front plaza
Bozeman Public Library closes out its 2017 Summer Concert Series with a performance by The Hooligans on Sunday, September 17th from 4–7pm. So bring your friends, a blanket or low chair — and your dancing feet! Sponsored by the Library Foundation, this afternoon show is free to all.
Formed in 1990, The Hooligans are Bozeman’s longest running roots rock/Americana/blues/jam band. They are inspired by the improv-driven music of the San Francisco scene as well as early folk, blues, and great rock ‘n’ roll. Prepare to hear tunes from the likes of Bob Marley, Muddy Waters, John Hiatt, Grateful Dead, Traffic, Bob Dylan, Hot Tuna, Van Morrison, and The Band, as well as a handful of originals. The Hooligans’ album Beggars & Thieves is available now.
Yoga for All abilities returns to the Library, Tuesday, September 5th. This twice weekly event is held every Tuesday from 11–11:45am and 12–12:45pm in the Large Community Room. The morning class is taught by certified yoga instructor Brooke Russell, owner of You Are Here Yoga. The noon class continues to be taught by local mom and yoga instructor Jen DuCharme. The morning class tends to have more kids following Books & Babies, but all are welcome to either class. Open to all ages and abilities, instructors focus on the basics of yoga, breathing, and mind/body connections. Please bring your own mat and any props you choose to use, blocks or straps.
The Bozeman Public Library is located at 626 E. Main St. For more information on these and other events, please visit www.bozemanlibrary.org. •