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The Bozeman Pedal Project Providing Female Cyclists a Summer of Fun

Get On Your Bikes And Ride!

Sun. Jul. 1st, 2018

Patrick Greeley

Female readers who have sought a group of women bicyclists to accompany them on rides must look no further, for the Bozeman Pedal Project fits the criteria of an extravagant summer filled with adventure, trails, and camaraderie. Since the…

Bozeman Dog Parks

Places to take your dog in Bozeman

Sun. Jul. 1st, 2018

With what feels like more dogs than people and an abundance of wild places, visitors to Bozeman and residents alike have plenty of choices when it comes to taking your furry friend out!  Here at Bozeman Magazine, we’ve compiled a…

Wuzzy Fuzzy?

Sun. Jul. 1st, 2018

by Jerry Schuster

Guess what’s about to happen in the beautiful Gallatin Valley? Yes, it’s time for the grandkids to visit “Nana Tree and Papa S” in Bozeman! Of course, I would not want to reveal their identities, ages or places of…

Top 10 Montana Summer Roadtrips from Bozeman

Sun. Jul. 1st, 2018

by Sarah Cairoli

I know we live in the most beautiful place on Earth, but let’s face it, sometimes you just have to get away. You don’t need a week to make an escape; there are several fun places to go that are less than a day’s drive…

50 Cents a Bucket

Thu. May. 31st, 2018

Montana Grant

Dandelions can be found in everyone’s yard or pasture. Ironically, dandelions were brought from Europe with the first immigrants. The name is French for “Lion’s Tooth,” which refers to the edges of the leaves. This…

Water Park Road Tripping

Thu. May. 31st, 2018

by Brian Ripple

Bozeman has tons of amazing activities for those willing to get outdoors and have fun. Fishing, biking, skiing, hunting, camping, horseback riding, rafting and kayaking to name a few. But one thing we are still lacking is a quality waterpark.…

Top 10 BZN Places for People Watching

Thu. May. 31st, 2018

by Sarah Cairoli

Watching other people is human nature. We can’t help it; we’re fascinated by each other. We learn a lot about each other through body language and visual cues, often inventing entire stories about people we have never met. Bozeman…

10 Things Well Learned

Tue. May. 1st, 2018

Montana Grant

Taking risks and trying new things are how we learn. We will never get our limit of knowledge in our lifetime. The best lessons are learned through trial and error. Big mistakes mean big opportunities to grow. To become a successful…

The Tween Season

Tue. May. 1st, 2018

by Jerry Schuster, photos by Zach Hoffman

Seems to be that time of year again in Bozeman. Outdoor winter sports and events are pretty well finished, and it’s much too early to get out for the area’s summer activities.What is one to do? You can’t go downhill or cross…

Let’s Help Save Gallatin Valley’s Open Lands Vote June 5

Tue. May. 1st, 2018

My wife and I moved to Bozeman in 1974. We were expecting our first child as we criss-crossed the U.S. looking for a place to call home, raise our growing family and start our business. Access to the great outdoors and quality of life were…

Winter Fly Fish Wish

Sun. Apr. 1st, 2018

Montana Grant

Fishing is a year around sport. Each season presents different challenges and techniques, but the opportunity to enjoy the sport is always available. No matter how cold it is, fish have to eat. They may move less and feed on more marginal…

Recreation Events

Swing Dance

Every Day until Aug. 25, 7-10pm; Every Day until Sep. 1, 7-10pm; Every Day until Sep. 15, 7-10pm; Every Day until Oct. 20, 7-10pm; Every Day until Nov. 3, 7-10pm; Every Day until Nov. 17, 7-10pm;

Romney Gym MSU Campus, Bozeman

Free vintage swing dance lesson 7-8pm, DJ'd music 8-10pm. No partner or prior experience required. Everyone is welcome, including non-students!

Books & Babies on Saturday

Every Saturday, 10am;

Bozeman Public Library 626 East Main Street, Bozeman

Enjoy rhymes, songs, and play in a relaxed setting.

Kids Chess Club

Every Saturday, 10am;

Bozeman Public Library 626 East Main Street, Bozeman

Sharpen your skills or learn a new one!

Minecraft Meetup

Every Wednesday, 3:45-5pm;

Bozeman Public Library 626 East Main Street, Bozeman

Play Minecraft with other kids - bring your own device, or use one of ours!

LEGO Club

Every Monday, 3:45-5pm;

Bozeman Public Library 626 East Main Street, Bozeman

We provide the Legos, you provide the imagination and engineering skills!

Beginner Fencing Class for Kids

Every Saturday until Dec. 1, 10-11am;

Bozeman Fencing Association 15 Tai Lane, Bozeman

Fencing Classes for Ages 6-9. All instruction and equipment provided. Fencing fun, fitness, agility, and confidence.

Regional Campgrounds

Loch Leven Campground

9 miles S of Livingston of US 89 to mile post 44, 2 miles E, 4 miles S Rt 540

Loch Leven Fishing Access Site is located on the Yellowstone River 514 miles from the mouth on the right hand side as you face downstream.

Montana Ski Resorts

Lost Trail Powder Mountain

Conner

Offers affordable family skiing in the Rocky Mountains. Located at the top of Lost Trail Pass, at the head of Montana's Bitterroot Valley.

Moonlight Basin

101 Madison Rd., Big Sky

Moonlight Basin was a ski resort in southwestern Montana, located in the Madison Range of…

Blacktail Ski Area

Lakeside

Blacktail Mountain Ski Area is a family-friendly, affordable snow sports facility in Lakeside, Montana. The ski area looks over beautiful Flathead Lake.

MT Smokehouse

50 Big Sky Resort Road, Big Sky

A walk-up shack with picnic tables for outside eating that serves Montana-made Burgers, Chicken sandwiches, pulled pork and BBQ brisket and kid friendly foods. Open during ski season.