Envision Montana Under-35 Summer Colloquium

Sat. Apr. 23rd, 2011

Aug. 16-22 seeking 25 participants – The Burton K. Wheeler Center for Public Policy is launching a summer colloquium for young professional leaders under 35 years of age with a five-day river expedition where participants will…

Peaks and Potentials: grades 5-7

Sat. Apr. 23rd, 2011

Registration is now open for Montana State University’s Peaks and Potentials program, a week-long enrichment camp offered June 19-24 on the MSU campus. Peaks and Potentials is designed to give high-ability/high-potential students entering…

Youth Leadership Program Application

Tue. Apr. 19th, 2011

Hopa Mountain’s Youth Leadership Program is now accepting applications for 2011 ‘Stepping Up’ Summer Camps for Gallatin and Park County Teens 13-17.  The camp for Park County teens will be held June 20-24, and the Gallatin County teen…

New Veterans Ceremonies Web site

Tue. Apr. 19th, 2011

A Montana State University Native American Studies professor has launched a new Web site that he hopes will help veterans cope with post-traumatic stress disorder through forums that discuss ceremonies. “Strong evidence exists in…

Inaugural 2011 Bogert Farmers’ Market Button

Tue. Apr. 19th, 2011

Start your collection this year with the Inaugural 2011 Bogert Farmers’ Market Button! This is a button that you can purchase for $10 and it gets you 10% off your purchase at participating Vendor Booths…Pre-sale Buttons will be…

Trail Maintenance: HELP

Fri. Apr. 8th, 2011

Mud season is upon us and our community trail system is emerging from the icy grip of winter. We need everyone’s help in assessing any hazards, safety issues, or maintenance needs that may be emerging with the spring thaw. Here are some…

Call for Local Artists

Fri. Apr. 8th, 2011

The Bozeman Public Library Foundation requests submissions from solo and group artists to exhibit in the Atrium Gallery for 2012. The Atrium Gallery will showcase both traditional and innovative contemporary art forms, with each exhibit on…

Annual Recycled Art Show At The Co-op

Fri. Apr. 8th, 2011

Why throw it away when you can “upcyle” it? In honor of Earth Day, the Community Food Co-op presents their annual Recycled Art Show, showcasing 31 creative, beautiful and eccentric pieces handcrafted from scrounged and recycled materials.…

Summer ArtCamps

Fri. Apr. 8th, 2011

Summer ArtCamps @ the Emerson For Grades 3- 5 The Emerson is pleased to present a fun season of Summer ArtCamps for children grades 3-5. The educational one-week camps will be held June 20-24, July 18-22 and August 15-19 and run from 9 am to…

Downtown Parking Study Released

Thu. Apr. 7th, 2011

The City of Bozeman’s downtown district possesses a number of parking resources. These include on-street parking, off-street parking lots, a parking garage, private (business) parking lots and alley parking. The City previously did not have…

Open For Business: Bozeman’s American Legion Post 14

Sat. Apr. 2nd, 2011

Bozeman’s American Legion Post 14 has been in Bozeman nearly a century. Two years ago on March 5th, the Legions building was destroyed in the natural gas explosion on Main Street, but that was not the end of the organization. Meetings…

The Science of Medical Cannabis

Sat. Apr. 2nd, 2011

I could engage readers in my robust Medical Cannabis policy rhetoric for thousands of words, but all I have for you this month is science…The effects produced by Cannabis are reported to have the same quality despite route of…

Medical Marijuana: A Conservative Take

Sat. Apr. 2nd, 2011

Back in 2004, Montana voters were given a choice by Citizens Initiative I-148 to legalize the use of medical marijuana by those suffering from the side effects of chemotherapy, glaucoma, and chronic pain. This was the same election that…

Music On the Move

Sat. Apr. 2nd, 2011

Watch out world, Bozeman High School’s musicians are going places-literally. The music department at Bozeman High School, arguably the best in the state, caters to around 32 percent of Bozeman High students, providing them with a unique and…

Triathlon 101

Sat. Apr. 2nd, 2011

If you have never been involved in the sport of triathlon, you are in for an amazing experience. No matter what distance you choose to start with, you should be exhilarated . . . and exhausted. Preparing for a triathlon race is a fantastic…

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…