Sat. Apr. 17

KGLT Fund Drive

We invite our listeners to call in during this time for some great incentive gifts from local businesses - in addition to our 2021 Apparel Line including t-shirts, hats, totes, hoodies and hand-made coffee mugs from Mountain Arts Pottery!


Sat. Apr. 17

2040 - the film

Award-winning director Damon Gameau embarks on a journey to explore what the future could look like by 2040 if we simply embrace the best solutions that exist today. Film on demand April 11-18 for FREE.


Cost: FREE


8am-5pm Sat. Apr. 17

17 to ZERO: Communities Engaging to End Veteran Suicide

In the U.S., we lose 17 veterans to suicide every day. To raise awareness, reduce stigma, and fundraise, this virtual event will encourage people to get out on April 17th to move their body and/or mind in the name of veteran mental health.


Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Food & Drink

9am-noon Sat. Apr. 17

Bozeman Winter Farmers’ Market

Each market has over thirty vendors selling an array of food and farm-based products. Exhibit Building 1

Gallatin County Fairgrounds 901 N. Black, Bozeman


9am-4pm Sat. Apr. 17

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.


10-11am Sat. Apr. 17

2021 Virtual Girls for a Change Summit

The Girls for a Change Summit is going virtual this year. Join us for the first of four sessions on February 20th. This session is movement-based and the activities are yoga and a beginner dance class. Register online at


Cost: $10

Age: 7th - 12th grade girls


10am-1pm Sat. Apr. 17

Gallatin Valley Earth Day Festival

Get your Earth Day Passport at any in-person Earth Day event (or download a copy at Earn stamps in your passport, then submit your passport ticket for a drawing to win a prize.

Bozeman Public Library 626 East Main Street, Bozeman

Cost: FREE


11am-1pm Sat. Apr. 17

Shelly Besler Kersbergen - Brunch

Live original music in the main restaurant dining room from Shelly Besler Kersbergen.

Pine Creek Lodge 2496 E. River Road, Livingston

Cost: no cover


noon-5pm Sat. Apr. 17

Period and the Arts

The Menstrual Movement; Celebrating periods through art and music. Exhibit Building 3

Gallatin County Fairgrounds 901 N. Black, Bozeman

Cost: FREE


1pm-1am Sat. Apr. 17

Live Poker

1-2 No Limit Hold'em. Buyin: $20 min, no max. FREE $20 with buyin before 4pm, players receive $10 towards food between 5-9. *Drink Specials while playing. Join us for a unique wild west Montana experience!

Cat's Paw 721 N 7th Ave, Bozeman

Cost: $$

Age: 21+


2-3:30pm Sat. Apr. 17

Adult Class: Intro to Improv

If you’ve been curious about Improv or needing something lighthearted and fun in your life, this is the class for you!


Cost: $125 or what you can afford (even nothing)


7-8pm Sat. Apr. 17

Safe Place Ecstatic Dance

On April 15, 16, and 17, we will stream Bryant Sterczala’s Safe Space dance classes at 7 PM (MST). each day. Tickets are $15, 25% of which goes to local nonprofits. Join Bryant for moving, shaking, letting loose, and being you!

Bozeman Arts—Live!

Cost: $15


7:30-9pm Sat. Apr. 17

Montgomery, Mendelssohn & Bach

The Bozeman Symphony's final free livestream concert of the season features its very own principal flute Sue Makeever, sharing her interpretation of J.S. Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 2. Opening this program is a contemporary work, Strum, by composer Jessie Montgomery, and ends with exploring the genius of a young Felix Mendelssohn who wrote twelve string symphonies between 1821-1822.

Willson Auditorium 404 W. Main St., Bozeman

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages