Building a Better Community Since 2007

Classes

Every Monday until Dec. 18, 6-7:15pm;

Aerial Yoga Class

Restore. Energize. Fly. Join Bozeman Aerial Fitness for classes that will strengthen and rejuvenate your body and mind.

Bozeman Aerial Fitness 2413 W. Main St STE#2, Bozeman

Cost: dropin

Education

Mon. Oct. 20 7-9pm

Movie Night: Watch “Understanding (Child) Brain Development”

Developed for parents of children with disabilities, this lecture-format educational film is easy to follow and also valuable for adults who want to better understand how their own brain developed and functions. Part 2 of the evening is a 15…

Bozeman City Library 626 East Main, Bozeman

Cost: FREE!

Age: 18+

Movies

Tue. Oct. 21 7pm

Film: Vessel

Rebecca Gomperts sails a ship around the world, providing abortions at sea for women with no legal alternative.

Emerson's Crawford Theatre 111 S. Grand Ave., Bozeman

Cost: Free

Music

Tue. Oct. 21 8:30pm

Singer/Songwriter Mary Scholz

Mary Scholz’s music has often been compared to NorahJones, Indigo Girls, & Alison Krauss, yet remains in a category of its own.

The Murray Bar 201 W Park St, Livingston

Cost: no cover

Age: 21+

Food & Drink

Wed. Oct. 22 11am-9pm

Tip-A-Cop Event

The Law Enforcement Torch Run and MacKenzie River Pizza are hosting a Tip-A-Cop Event in honor of Special Olympics Montana. Local Law Enforcement Officers will be volunteering as "Celebrity Servers" in efforts to earn "tips" with our local…

MacKenzie River Pizza Co. 409 West Main Street, Belgrade

Education

Wed. Oct. 22 noon-1pm

Sack Lunch Seminar: Careers for Women in Law

This panel discussion, co-sponsored by MSU's Pre-Law club, will feature attorneys and judges who will help you explore finding a career in various law fields.

Montana State University SUB 168, Bozeman

Cost: Free

Age: all

Music

Wed. Oct. 22 5-7pm

Montana Woman’s Chorus

Performing live upstairs at the Flying C.

Community Food Co-Op Main & 9th 908 W. Main St., Bozeman

Cost: Free

Leisure

Wed. Oct. 22 5:30-7:30pm

Bozeman Professional Women Celebration Event

The Business and Professional Women's Celebration, during National Business Women’s Week, is an annual event for the Bozeman community to recognize the efforts and successes of local women.

Baxter Hotel 105 W Main St, Bozeman

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Music

Wed. Oct. 22 7pm

Glenn Miller Orchestra

The world famous Glenn Miller Orchestra will put you In the Mood with a night of jump, jive and great music.

The Ellen Theatre 17 W. Main St., Bozeman

Cost: $22.75

Movies

Wed. Oct. 22 7:30pm

REEL ROCK 9: Valley Uprising Film

Uprising is the riveting, unforgettable tale of the bold tradition of Yosemite climbing: half a century of struggle against the laws of gravity and the laws of the land.

Emerson's Crawford Theatre 111 S. Grand Ave., Bozeman

Cost: $15

Education

Every Day from Oct. 23 to Oct. 31;

National Red Ribbon Week

The Red Ribbon serves as a catalyst to mobilize communities to educate youth and encourage participation in drug prevention activities.

Kids

Every Day from Oct. 23 to Oct. 25, 7-9pm;

Kaleidoscope Players' Fall Production "By the Sea"

The Kaleidoscope Players present "By the Sea" for one weekend only.

Kaleidoscope Playhouse 1602 West Beall, Bozeman

Cost: $12.00 for Adults $10.00 for Students and Seniors, Children under 5 - FREE!

Age: all ages

Music

Thu. Oct. 23 8:30pm

Polecat + Flatt Cheddar

ChickenJam West Productions and Mellow Mood Pipe and Tobacco present: Polecat and Flatt Cheddar.

The Filling Station 2005 N. Rouse Ave, Bozeman

Cost: $8 Advance/ $10 at the Door

Age: 21+

Education

Fri. Oct. 24 8am-5pm

MSU Friday

The university's campus visitation program.

MSU Bozeman 168 Strand Union Bldg., Bozeman

Cost: Free

Food & Drink

Fri. Oct. 24 2pm

Montana Crunch Time

Individuals across Montana are invited to participate in Montana Crunch Time, a celebration of Food Day and National Farm to School Month, set for 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24. “Montana Crunch Time” encourages people to eat locally…