Sat. Jul. 25

Gallatin County A Community Memoir

The Gallatin History Museum is creating a Community Memoir by the people, and for the people of Gallatin County and Southwest Montana as they endure through the Corvid-19 virus.

Gallatin History Museum 317 West Main Street, Bozeman

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Visual Art

Sat. Jul. 25

19th & 20th Century Influential American Artists Exhibit

Exhibit of artwork from the 19th & 20th Century of American art. Examples from the Hudson River School, Taos Society of Artists, giants of the Western art movement and more.

Bozeman Art Museum 2612 W Main St Ste B, Bozeman

Cost: FREE

Age: All ages

Food & Drink

9am-noon Sat. Jul. 25

Gallatin Valley Farmer's Market

Shop small; shop local, every Saturday at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds from 9 am to noon.

Gallatin County Fairgrounds 901 N. Black, Bozeman

Age: all ages


9am-4pm Sat. Jul. 25

Reptiles: The Beautiful & the Deadly

Come eye to eye with 19 living species from around the world. A face mask or face-covering is required while at the museum. Please make a reservation to ensure access.

Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy Boulevard, Bozeman

Cost: Included with admission

Age: All Ages

Food & Drink

11am-1pm Sat. Jul. 25

Josh Moore Brunch

Live original music on the outdoor Beer Garden stage from Josh Moore. Josh is the lead guitarist in Laney Lou & The Bird Dogs.

Pine Creek Lodge 2496 E. River Road, Livingston


noon-4pm Sat. Jul. 25

Living History Farm

In 1989, the Tinsley House was relocated to Museum of the Rockies, and the history of Montana’s homesteading era was recreated at MOR’s Living History Farm.

Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy Boulevard, Bozeman

Cost: with admission

Food & Drink

7-9pm Sat. Jul. 25

Vibe Quartet

Live local music while you dine.

Red Tractor Pizza 1007 W Main St, Bozeman

Cost: no cover

Age: all ages


8pm Sat. Jul. 25

Lecture: Super Symbiosis

Join Park Ranger Julia Smit for a talk about “Super Symbiosis.”

Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park 25 Lewis and Clark Caverns Rd., Whitehall


9pm Sat. Jul. 25

Eagle Mount Movie Night: The Peanut Butter Falcon

Our beautiful amphitheater with a backdrop of south Bozeman's mountains, and neighboring playground and Eagle Mountain play area, will welcome groups of up to 50 to enjoy three family-friendly movies.

Eagle Mount 6901 Goldenstein Lane, Bozman

Cost: $8 per person

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