On Thursday, February 23rd, HRDC’s Senior Programs will host a BINGO & Burgers fundraiser at the Baxter Hotel. This event will become an annual opportunity to raise critical funds needed to support the increasing number of vulnerable citizens in our community. Tickets are available at https://give.classy.org/bingo for $40. Admission includes gourmet burgers from Un-Knotted, four… Continue Reading
The 20th annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) will take place Friday through Tuesday, February 17th–21st. This is a joint project of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Bird Studies Canada, and the National Audubon Society, while Wild Birds Unlimited is a sponsor for the international event. Wild Birds Unlimited of Bozeman, a local backyard bird… Continue Reading
Southwest Montana is home to a new face and fresh talent in the budding acupuncture scene. Valerie Schwankl is an acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist licensed by the Montana Board of Medical Examiners. She is the owner of newly minted Vitality Acupuncture, an exciting addition to Bozeman. As a practitioner, her aim is to provide a… Continue Reading
The United States Forest Service and Montana Department of Environmental Quality are providing an opportunity for public review and comment on the Environmental Assessment for Stillwater Mining Company’s Iron Creek and West Fork Stillwater Plan of Operations for Mineral Exploration. This Plan of Operations proposes exploratory drilling at up to thirty-six drill sites over a… Continue Reading
The Community Café proudly welcomes Rick Hilles as the Café’s Head Chef and Kitchen Manager. Hilles joined the Café team in the fall of 2016 and made an immediate impact with his culinary talents and kitchen organization. The Community Café will be celebrating five years in the community this March and was established as a… Continue Reading
Subaru WinterFest comes to Big Sky Resort, Saturday and Sunday, February 18th and 19th. Subaru believes in embracing winter adventure because their passion for the outdoors doesn’t hibernate. That’s why Subaru WinterFest was created, a one-of-a-kind mountain destination and lifestyle tour where skiers and snowboarders can come together and share their passion for all things… Continue Reading
Following MSU’s public presentation and reception for Miguel Fraga, first secretary of the Cuban Embassy, a benefit concert with local African and Cuban Latin jazz group BoZambique will be presented at the Cikan Residence on Friday, February 24th at 7pm. Fraga will offer greetings to those in attendance. Doors open at 6:30pm and beverages will… Continue Reading
Four public libraries throughout Gallatin County are now outfitted with recycling education trunks that can be borrowed just like a regular book. The trunks are part of Gallatin Solid Waste Management District’s outreach and education program to teach county residents about recycling and waste diversion. A library card is all that is needed to take… Continue Reading
Gallatin Valley Circle of Compassion (GVCC) invites community members to participate in their annual Mountains of Courage conference, “When Someone Dies: Dialogues with the Living about Death and Dying,” on Saturday, February 25th from 8:45am–4pm at Montana State University’s Strand Union Building. The single day event is designed to explore the end of life journey… Continue Reading
Brews & the Big Sky: Montana Made, Montana Brewed Last Tuesday of every month* | $8 admission, includes beer tasting | 21 and older 6:00pm: Lecture begins 6:30 – 8pm: Beer tasting and museum exhibits open Space is limited. Tickets are available in advance for all events. *This program is not offered in December or… Continue Reading
Don’t just Say “I Love You,” let The Chord Rustlers sing it! This Valentine’s season, the local Barbershop Quartet is again offering up its melodic voices and harmonies to the area in the form of Singing Valentines. Each arrangement will include a two-song serenade, long-stemmed rose, and Valentine card. Leave your sweetheart speechless for just $45!… Continue Reading
Fermentana presents: http://bhastorytellingpintnight.bpt.me/ 2nd Annual Tales from the Backcountry: Celebrating Our Public Lands A live storytelling pint night sharing tales of hunting and angling on our public lands Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 Doors at 6PM. Event at 7PM. at the Emerson Center for Arts and Culture Tickets available online: http://bhastorytellingpintnight.bpt.me $10 advance / $12 door… Continue Reading
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