Building a Better Community Since 2007

Classes

9am-3:30pm Thu. Apr. 20

Introduction to QuickBooks: Online Version

This is for people new to QuickBooks. Bring your own laptop. Lunch included.

Montana Manufacturing Extension Center 2310 University Way, Bldg. 2, Bozeman

Cost: $125 for Prospera members, $150 for non-members

Family

10-11am Thu. Apr. 20

Tours for Tots

Museum learning for 3-5 year olds.

Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy Boulevard, Bozeman

Cost: Included with admission

Age: 3-5

Family

11am-1pm Thu. Apr. 20

Baby Bistro

A free breastfeeding support group.

Bozeman Public Library 626 East Main Street, Bozeman

Cost: FREE

Education

11:15am-noon Thu. Apr. 20

Babies & Books

Bring your little one, ages birth to 36 months. Songs, rhymes, and finger plays. Each story time is followed by active play time and socialization.

Belgrade Community Library 106 N Broadway, Belgrade

Cost: FREE

Words

noon-1:10pm Thu. Apr. 20

Toast Masters

The mission of a Toastmaster Club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every member has the opportunity to develop communication and lead.

Owenhouse ACE Hardware (Downstairs) 8695 Huffine Lane, Bozeman

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Family

1:30-2:30pm Thu. Apr. 20

Public Skating

Come skate with us! Bozeman has TWO indoor ice rinks with (almost) daily public skating times. Skate rental available on-site.

Haynes Pavilion/Ressler Motors Ice Rink at the Ice Barn 901 N. Black, Bozeman

Cost: Pricing Varies

Age: All Ages

Recreation

4-8pm Thu. Apr. 20

Ales for Trails: Copper City Fundraiser

Party with the Southwest Montana Mountain Bike Association to kick off the trail-building season and raise funds for their next project, the Copper City trails near Three Forks.

MAP Brewing 510 Manley Rd., Bozeman

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages; 21+ to drink

Education

4:30-5:30pm Thu. Apr. 20

DIY (Do It Yourself) Club

This club is an extension of the diy.org website and app, where you can create projects, share then with other DIYers, and earn patches.

Bozeman Public Library 626 East Main Street, Bozeman

Cost: FREE

Age: ages 10-16

Words

6-7pm Thu. Apr. 20

On Using History

Join us for the lecture On Using History with artist David Ligare.

Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy Boulevard, Bozeman

Cost: Free to the public

Words

6:40pm Thu. Apr. 20

Pecha Kucha

An opportunity to share ideas with the community during a fast-paced, friendly social get-together.

The Ellen Theatre 17 W. Main St., Bozeman

Cost: $9/ $5.50 (students)

Music

7pm Thu. Apr. 20

Mac Mall

Live music.

Zebra Cocktail Lounge 321 E Main St, Bozeman

Cost: $16

Age: 21+

Music

7-10pm Thu. Apr. 20

Weston Lewis

Solo Acoustic Set

Bozeman Hot Springs & Fitness 81123 Gallatin Road, Four Corners

Cost: Pool Admission

Age: All Ages

Music

7:30-9:01pm Thu. Apr. 20

The Unanswerable Questions

A three day Bach festival of complete solo violin works of J.S. Bach including a preview lecture April 17 at 31 Hitching Post, with violinists Carrie Krause and Jesse MacDonald.

St James Episcopal 5 W Olive, Bozeman

Cost: $20 per concert or $45 for 3-concert package at door

Age: All Ages

Music

8pm Thu. Apr. 20

Head for the Hills

Fort Collins Bluegrass group Head for the Hills headlines a 4/20 party sponsored by Spark1. A portion of all ticket sales benefit KGLT.

The Molly Brown 703 W. Babcock, Bozeman

Cost: $10 advance, $12 door

Age: 21+