Education

Thu. Feb. 11

MSU Giving Day 2021

Mark your calendar to join us from noon on Thursday, February 11 through 5 p.m. on Friday, February 12 and let’s gear up for Montana State.

Montana State University - Alumni Foundation , Bozeman

Recreation

Thu. Feb. 11

Reach Inc. Snow Sculpture Competition

Join Reach, Inc., during February for the first ever Snow Sculpture Competition. Everyone is welcome to participate and have fun outdoors while raising important funding for the adults with developmental disabilities served by Reach. Sign up as an individual or team for exciting categories and prizes. Register today at RunSignUp.com.

Reach Inc. Work Center 322 Gallatin Park Drive, Bozeman

Cost: $10 per individual or $25 for a team

Age: All Ages

Visual Art

Thu. Feb. 11

Sweet Pea Ice Sculpture Display

The Ice Sculptures will be on display from January 30 for 2 weeks or until they melt, whichever comes first.

Soroptomist Park Rouse & Main St, Bozeman

Education

9am-4pm Thu. Feb. 11

Savage Ancient Seas Exhibit

Move over dinosaurs! Massive marine monsters have emerged in Museum of the Rockies'changing exhibit, Savage Ancient Seas.

Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy Boulevard, Bozeman

Cost: This special exhibit is included with admission.

Education

10-11am Thu. Feb. 11

Tours for Tots: Savage Ancient Seas

Look out! Sea monsters! We will get a chance to discover some wild non-dinosaur fossils like a giant Mosasaur, an enormous turtle, and the vicious 17-foot long X-fish with our changing exhibit Savage Ancient Seas.

Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy Boulevard, Bozeman

Cost: FREE for museum members

Age: ages 3 – 5

Words

10am-6pm Thu. Feb. 11

Friends Pop-Up "Blind Date with a Book" Book Sale

Shoppers can browse wrapped "blind date" books and make a donation to the Friends in exchange for the books they choose.

Bozeman Public Library 626 East Main Street, Bozeman

Cost: $2 per book

Music

11am-noon Thu. Feb. 11

Composers Forum: Turning Ideas into Music

Music Director Norman Huynh will moderate the Bozeman Symphony's virtual panel discussion, “Composers Forum: Turning Ideas into Music,” featuring our Composer-in-Residence Scott Lee and local composer Eric Funk. Together, they will discuss how composers take people, places, and ideas, and represent them through music.

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Education

3-6pm Thu. Feb. 11

Open Lab

Explore innovative and relative opportunities in our ever-growing world. We build circuits, learn how to 3D print, break open electronics to see how they work, and many more projects.

Montana Science Center 2744 W Main St, Bozeman

Cost: Included with Admission/Membership

Age: 6+, Drop-off from ages 9+

Education

4pm Thu. Feb. 11

Virtual Minecraft Open Lab

Join us on our private Minecraft server in the STEAMLab, or virtually in the comfort of your own home!

Montana Science Center 2744 W Main St, Bozeman

Cost: Included with Membership

Age: all ages

Words

6pm Thu. Feb. 11

Emerson MMIP Advocacy Panel Discussion

Join us for a live panel discussion and Q&A with legislators and advocates from around the country who’s work tirelessly supports Missing and Murdered Indigenous People efforts. Preregistration required.

Online

Education

6pm Thu. Feb. 11

Great Backyard Bird Count Zoom Talk

What the Great Backyard Bird Count is, the importance of citizen science projects, and tools like eBird from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

Online

Cost: FREE

Education

7pm Thu. Feb. 11

Bingo Night

Bingo is back! Every Thursday thru April 29th from 7-8pm.

Pine Creek Lodge 2496 E. River Road, Livingston

Cost: $5

Words

7:30pm Thu. Feb. 11

Books in Common NW: Annalee Newitz

Explore some of the most spectacular ancient cities in human history with author Annalee Newitz for their new book Four Lost Cities.

Online

Cost: FREE or $34 with book

US Foods

This calendar is made possible with support from US Foods.