8am-5pm Thu. Jan. 16

Sub Pop Record Retrospective

The one time only exhibit of unconventional artifacts from the iconic independent record producers that helped popularize grunge music is open in MSU’s Helen E. Copeland Gallery.

Helen E Copeland Gallery Montana State University, Bozeman

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

1-3pm Thu. Jan. 16

Sewing Drop-In

There will be sewing machines set up to learn some tips and tricks to help you become a better sewer.

Bozeman Public Library 626 East Main Street, Bozeman

Cost: FREE

5:30-8:30pm Thu. Jan. 16

Extreme Learning for Teachers (3 OPI Renewal Credits)

Museum of the Rockies, the Extreme History Project, and the Yellowstone Writing Project have partnered to offer educators a unique opportunity to earn 3 OPI renewal units.

Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy Boulevard, Bozeman

Cost: $35 per teacher

Age: All Ages

6-7:30pm Thu. Jan. 16

Backcountry Skiing Basics

Journey away from the lifts and into the backcountry with REI's in-store class.

REI 2220 Tschache Lane, Bozeman

Cost: FREE

7-8:30pm Thu. Jan. 16

Human Trafficking: Speaker Series

Join the HEART Initiative for this five-week speaker series on Human Trafficking.

MSU SUB (Strand Union Building) 280 Strand Union, Bozeman

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7-8:30pm Thu. Jan. 16

Wilderness and Human Nature

Local award-winning science writer Gary Ferguson and social-cultural psychologist Mary M Clare will show how we humans actually are here as wilderness ourselves.

Fireside Room, Hope Lutheran Church 2152 West Graf Street, Bozeman

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7:30-9:30pm Thu. Jan. 16

Musikanten Montana's Early Music Festival

Musikanten Montana’s 18th annual Early Music Festival presents “Viva Vivaldi” featuring the Venetian master’s popular “Gloria” and two Psalms for double choir and double orchestra.

Holy Rosary Church 220 West Main Street, Bozeman

Cost: $35 general

Age: All Ages