From Rivers to Beer (and Back Again)

Sat. Apr. 2nd, 2011

When people think of Montana, they think about fishing, big skies and beautiful winding rivers. What most people don’t realize is that there are over 4,000 miles of dewatered streams in Montana. Those streams are representative of tens of…

A Metaphysical Moment … With Planet Natural’s Eric Vinje

Sat. Apr. 2nd, 2011

Bozeman is well known for its love of all things green. Beautiful gardens, parks and organic farms dot the city in the summer bringing a palpable balance to the beautiful valley. Perhaps it’s the short growing season that life in Zone 4…

Celebrate the Earth

Sat. Apr. 2nd, 2011

Earth Day is here once again giving us the opportunity to start (or renew) our commitments to healthier, cleaner, more sustainable living. These days there are literally hundreds of things that can be done to “go green”, but a handful of…

The Bay Bar & Grille

Sat. Apr. 2nd, 2011

Favorable impressions of The Bay began on the phone; friendly and accommodating to a reservation request for a “nice booth” on a busy night, the brief conversation was a tip-off to a high level of hospitality. This is one bustling harbor,…

Fondue Stube

Sat. Apr. 2nd, 2011

WHEN YOU SIT down to a meal at the Fondue Stube, there are fon-do’s and fon-don’ts. I know this because Jogi, a flamboyant young man wearing lederhosen, announced it to me in his thick Eastern European accent as I unceremoniously…

Kirsten Kainz

Sat. Apr. 2nd, 2011

Kirsten Kainz moved to the Bozeman area about six years ago from Vermont where she created sculptures from recycled metal as well. Before that she earned her BFA in Metal smithing from SIU. This current style of work evolved out of sculptural…

Youth After School Opportunities

Sat. Mar. 26th, 2011

The Bozeman Recreation Department has scheduled an after school Outdoor Adventure Skills class for ages 12 to 14 on Thursdays, April 7th to 28th from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at Lindley Center. This active class is a perfect way to get ready for…

Preschool Classes for April

Sat. Mar. 26th, 2011

Morning Preschool Classes for April – The Bozeman Recreation Department is offering a Blast Off! – Exploring Space preschool class on Monday & Wednesday, April 4 to 27 from 10:00 to 10:45 a.m. for ages 3 to 5 and from 11:00 to…

Exit Gallery call for submissions

Fri. Mar. 25th, 2011

The ASMSU Exit Gallery is now accepting applications for exhibitions during the fall 2011 semester. If accepted you will be given the opportunity to show your artwork in a two week solo show with paid advertising and reception. This…

Bobcat Stadium End Zone Project

Thu. Mar. 24th, 2011

Construction of a new end zone at Montana State University’s Bobcat Stadium is on schedule and the first of the concrete risers have been poured, according to university officials. MSU’s $10 million Bobcat Stadium End Zone Project…

Comedy Improv Classes for Kids

Thu. Mar. 24th, 2011

Saturday morning classes for grades 1-7 start THIS Saturday, March 26th. Nine week session. Musical Theatre: Students work on a fully staged Broadway or Disney Musical number! Grades 1-3 10-11 am Grades 4-7 11am-12pm Comedy Improvisation:…

GVLT is Now Hiring

Tue. Mar. 8th, 2011

Stewardship Manager Gallatin Valley Land Trust is currently hiring a Stewardship Manager. This full-time position is responsible for our conservation easement stewardship program, including annual monitoring of 85 conservation easements,…

Spring Education Program at the Emerson

Tue. Mar. 8th, 2011

The Emerson’s spring session of art education for all ages continues in March-May with classes in ceramics and painting. In addition, our Summer ArtCamps for children grades 3-5 is now open for registration. Further information is now…

Looking for artists: Bozeman Public Library Atrium Gallery

Thu. Mar. 3rd, 2011

The Bozeman Public Library will choose the solo and group art exhibits for 2012 in the Atrium Gallery. Each exhibit will be on display for one to three months. The Atrium Gallery will showcase both traditional and innovative contemporary art…

Targhee Music Festival Battle of the Bands

Thu. Mar. 3rd, 2011

Based on the success of the first Targhee Music Festival Battle of the Bands Competition last summer, Grand Targhee Resort again invites local and regional bands to compete for an opportunity to play the main stage at the 7th Annual Targhee…

MT Political Analysis Blog

Thu. Mar. 3rd, 2011

Members of the faculty of Montana State University’s Department of Political Science are providing analysis of state, local and national politics in a blog, http://bigskypolitics.blogspot.com. “We hope the blog will help Montanans…

Big Sky’s Twin Zipline

Wed. Mar. 2nd, 2011

click here to see our video:Big Sky’s Twin Zipline Big Sky resort is excited to announce the opening of a fourth and a fifth zipline for the 2010-2011 winter season.  The new lines are in the form of a Twin Zip, meaning two people…

Big Sky Reduced Season Pass Prices

Wed. Mar. 2nd, 2011

Reduced Season Pass Prices for 2nd Year Running Big Sky Resort offers $789 Gold Unlimited Season Pass Big Sky Resort is excited to announce early season pass prices, including an Adult Unlimited Gold Season Pass for $789 plus tax and a…

Grand Targhee Resort

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

Nestled in a quiet corner of paradise, Grand Targhee Resort is located in the Teton Mountain Range, in Alta Wyoming. The drive from Bozeman to Alta is a relatively quick and easy one. About three and a half hours of beautiful mountain…

A DREAM Come True: March is National Down Syndrome Month

Tue. Mar. 1st, 2011

In many ways Hayes is a typical three year old boy. He loves to dance, play ball and chase his older brother around the house. Hayes also has Down syndrome. Like many children born with Down syndrome, Hayes has had several medical…