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Dates Pending for Summer 2012, Montana Shakespeare in the Park
Since 1973, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks has been playing Montana, Wyoming and southern Idaho parks during the summer months. The company has made significant progress in the growth of our educational outreach program, which mounted its first tour in 1993. Also, since 1992, Montana Shakespeare in the Schools (SIS), has been active as an educational outreach program during the winter months. SIS is a Montana State University (MSU) program.

June 2012 through September 2012, Bogert Farmer’s Market 
Bozeman, Montana  406-539-0216
Join us every Tuesday from 5-8pm, from June through the 2nd week in September. Vendors from around the area bring vegetables, arts, crafts, music, food and much more! Shop and gather in support of a fun-filled family environment! The Market is run by The Friends of Bogert Park. Proceeds go to rejuvenate Bogert Park! Promote, Preserve, and Play together at Bogert Farmers’ Market!

June 2012 through September 2012, Bozeman Art Walk- Art Gallery Walk - Artwalk
Bozeman, Montana  406-586-4008
Bozeman Art Walks occur on the second Friday of the months June through September, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at art galleries and businesses displaying artwork located along Main Street, Bozeman and at the Emerson Center for Arts and Culture. The galleries feature artists' openings and receptions and often provide refreshments and hors doeuvres. A great place to meet Bozemanites, socialize, and view great Montana art.

June 2012 through September 2012, Farmer's Market, Gallatin County Fairgrounds 
Bozeman, Montana  406-388-6701   Sponsored by Career Transitions 
The Gallatin Valley Farmer’s Market is every Saturday from the 3rd week in June through the 2nd week in September and runs from 9-noon. Every thing sold at the market is homemade or homegrown. We have local growers, artists, crafters, frozen meats and prepared foods. We also accept the Bozeman Senior Center Produce Vouchers.
 

July 2012: Every Friday, July 1 through August 19, Bozeman Music on Main
Bozeman, Montana  Scheduled Bands are TBD. Every Thursday evening in July and August from 6:30pm – 8:30PM enjoy live music in downtown Bozeman. Bring the kids from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM for planned activities like Kenyon Noble’s Junior Carpenter program and educational games with the Museum of the Rockies and Children’s Museum. Grab a bite to eat from food vendors that will be on site or step into a few of the downtown stores that stay open late!

May 2012 through September 2012, Lewis and Clark Challenge Course
Bozeman    406-994-2251
This interactive series of stations offers visitors a chance for a hands-on experience of the Lewis & Clark adventure. Climb a board a keelboat, out run a grizzly bear, and see if you can lift a cradleboard like Sacajawea carried. These activities plus geography, botany, Native American culture, a much more.

July 2012 through August 2012 on Wednesdays, Bozeman Lunch on the Lawn
Bozeman   406-597-9797
Scheduled
Bands are TBD. Located at 111 South Grand Avenue, The Emerson Center for Arts and Culture’s summer Lunch on the Lawn series returns for its 7th year. This year’s LOL will be better than ever with a great lineup of local and regional musical acts to entertain during your lunch hour. Also enjoy a new noon-time Farmers Market; joining the traditional food vendors, will be local farmers, Emerson artists, shop owners, crafters and gardeners. Join us for live music and fun for 7 Wednesdays in July and August at Lunch on the Lawn, a FREE local event.

December 3th through 22rd 2012, The Ellen Theatre 2012 Production TBD. Bozeman   406-570-6199
Montana
Theatre Works, Main Street
Ellen Theatre Information and Showtimes. The Ellen Theatre opened for the first time on December 1, 1919, and has played many parts, including movie house, strip tease venue, vaudeville house, wedding place, high school playhouse, and now it has re-opened as Montana Theatre Works' playhouse.

Short Bozeman Events 2012

April 2012, MSU Bozeman Spring Rodeo
Bozeman, MT  406-994-2403
The MSU Spring Rodeo, hosted by MSU, is held inside the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse. Cowboys and cowgirls from the Big Sky Region will be competing for the honor of going to the college finals in Casper, Wyoming. Seven schools will be on hand for the event.

April 2012, Circle of Friends Montana Shop Hop
Bozeman, MT  406-439-2930
Get ready for the most exciting quilt shop hop you've ever experienced; over 40 stores waiting to fulfill your quilting adventure! This spring marks the sixth year for the Circle of Friends Montana Shop Hop, the largest quilting shop hop in the United States. Each year we strive to bring you the latest in quilts.
 
May 2012,
American Indian Council of MSU Pow-Wow
Bozeman, MT  406-994-3751
Pow-wows are an important contemporary expression of American Indian heritage. A pow-wow is a Native American festival featuring traditional dancing, drumming and singing and traditional foods and arts and crafts. Various kinds of honor ceremonies and other spiritual ceremonies also form a part of this festival.

May 2012, Bozeman Watershed Festival
Bozeman, MT  406-582-0526
The Montana Outdoor Science School will be hosting the 10th Annual Watershed Festival, The Year of the Trout, at the Bozeman Fish Technology Center. Offered free to the public, the Community Watershed Festival is made possible by business sponsors, volunteers, and other private donations.

July 1, 2012, 7pm, Kelly Ash Band, live music (jazz-folk-pop-soul) Bozeman's Ellen Theatre - 406.585.5885

July 2012, Bozeman Celebration 2012 Fireworks
Bozeman, MT  406-586-5421
Fourth of July Celebration is one of Montana's largest fireworks display beginning at dusk. Admission with button. Buttons can be purchased from local merchants in Bozeman, or at the gate.

July 2012, Tour de Bozeman Bicycle Race July date TBD Bozeman, MT -  

  • Saturday, July 7, morning: Bridger Canyon Road Bike Race (Battle for Battle Ridge) on an unrelenting 70 mile course with long, steep climbs and petrifying descents through the Bridger and Bangtail Mountains.
  • Saturday, July 7, afternoon: Time Trial, Gallatin Gateway, Montana. 
  • Sunday, July 8, morning: Beal Park Criterium, Downtown Bozeman, MT.
  • Sunday, July 8, afternoon Tour de Bozeman bike racing awards.

July 2012, Bozeman Trail Gun Show
Bozeman, MT  406-586-6179
Over 300 booths of firearms and related items, cowboy and Indian memorabilia, bits, spurs and saddles, six shooters and old rifles, western and wildlife art, furniture, vintage clothing and jewelry, knives, books, prints and photos. This show is smoke free and family orientated.
 
July 2012, 
Bozeman Wine Classic
Bozeman, MT  406-994-1998
The Wine Classic is an event that blends the sophistication of wine tasting with the approachable, casual, adventure of the West. The Museum of the Rockies will be hosting its annual Wine Classic from 7:00pm to 11:00pm. Guests will enjoy exquisite food and wine on the museum grounds as they celebrate local cuisine.
 
July 2012,
Gallatin County Fair, Bozeman, Montana
Bozeman, MT  406-582-3270
We would love to have you come and join us for a great time at the 2008 Gallatin County Fair! Enjoy the carnival and the Open Class or 4-H exhibits which include arts and crafts, gardening, floral, foods, needlework, photography, poultry and other livestock. Have fun shopping at the indoor and outdoor markets.
 
July 2012,
Headwaters Relay - A Run to the Source
Bozeman, MT  406-539-0368
The Headwaters Relay is a 3-day, 232 mile team relay race through the mountains and valleys of Southwest Montana. The route is 98% on dirt and two-track roads revisiting Lewis and Clark's trek from Three Forks to Beaverhead Rock. The Relay ends at Hellroaring Creek, the ultimate source of the Mississippi River.
 
July 2012,
Bite Of Bozeman, MT
Bozeman, MT  406-586-4003
The annual Bite Of Bozeman is the ultimate outdoor dining experience. Stroll along the entire length of Bozeman's historic Main Street and celebrate the culinary arts of its local restaurants by sampling foods from a number of different vendors.

August 2012, Little Bear School House Museum Antique Show
Bozeman, MT  406-388-1873
This annual event includes three buildings with over 75 dealers setting up booths of merchandise ranging from furniture, glassware, linens, to collectibles. Our admission fee is $4.00 and covers all three days. This antique show is a fund raiser for the support of Little Bear School House Museum.
 
August 2012,
Bozeman Sweet Pea Festival
Bozeman, MT  406-586-4003
Bozeman's Sweet Pea is a festival of the arts featuring a costume ball, dining on Main Street and entertainment in Bozeman's Lindley Park, which includes music, dance, theatre and children's activities.
Family entertainment featuring the arts.

August 2012, The Ridge Run 
Survive
Bozeman's Bridger Ridge Run, a brutal 20 Mile Mountain Trail Run, possibly the most rugged, technical 20 mile trail race in existence, across Bozeman's Bridger Mountains south from Fairy Lake to "The M."

August 2012, A Day in the Country
Bozeman, MT  406-587-8216
Our Annual Day in the Country features mini-classes, country picnic lunch and evening lecture. Pre-registration required. 

August 2012, Montana Cowboy Mounted Shooting Competition
Bozeman, MT  406-763-4456
Part exhibition, part Wild West show, part competition. Authentic cowboys and cowgirls dressed in 1800s period clothing compete on horseback in a timed shooting event with 45-caliber single-action pistols for real Old West entertainment. Concessions, seating and parking is available.

September 2012, Vintage Bobcat Gala and Auction 
Bozeman, MT  406-994-3741 for more information
The Montana State University-Bobcat Club Vintage Bobcat Gala and Auction will hold a live auction of twenty hard-to-get items and a silent auction of 50-60 items. The evening event begins with a wine tasting and hor d'oeuvres and includes a bar, dinner, and other events.

September 2012, John Colter Run
Bozeman, MT  800-332-4574 for more information
The John Colter Cross Country Run is held at the Missouri Headwater State Park in Three Forks, Montana, commemorating John Colter's escape from the Blackfeet Indians. Please join this group run for a unique and enjoyable outdoor experience.

September 2012, Lewis and Clark Marathon
Bozeman, MT  406-587-1135 for more information
Following the Lewis & Clark Trail, the Lewis and Clark Marathon (26.2 miles) 1/2 Marathon, Marathon Relay (4 entrants each run 1/4 of the marathon), 5K run/walk, and Kids' Runs are held to commemorate the Bicentennial of Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery. Begins at 8:00 am at the Malmborg School on Jackson Creek Road, Bozeman. Exit I-90 at Jackson Creek Road.

October 2012, Bozeman's HATCHfest
Bozeman Hatchfest Website  
The mission of HATCH is to provide mentorship, education, inspiration, and recognition to the next generation of creative innovators. HATCHfest is a 501 (c)3 non-profit. The 4 day event takes place on the first weekend in October and during the week they showcase world premier films, music and art with featured panel discussions and workshops in film, music, design, writing and architecture. 

October 2012, Bozeman's Bridger Raptor Festival
Bozeman   406-582-0526
The Bridger Raptor Festival is an annual event held in and around Bozeman Montana. The festival, which is free to the public, centers around an annual count each Fall of the largest known golden eagle migration in the United States. The Bridger Raptor Festival takes place at the Bridger Bowl ski area.

October 2012, Family Promise of Gallatin Valley's 4th Annual Cardboard Box City
Bozeman  Event is designed to raise awareness of our local homeless families and to raise funds for Family Promise of Gallatin Valley. Set-up 5 - 7 p.m. at Bozeman's Bogert Park. Free pizza for all registered participants. Parade of Boxes open to public, 7 - 8 p.m. Prizes for most creative design, most money raised (individual and group), oldest and youngest participants, etc. Live rock and soul music, 8 - 10 p.m. Bring musical instruments and jam with the pros! Also, personal stories from 2 formerly homeless guests of Family Promise. Come and learn more about homelessness and how everyone can make a difference. Light breakfast served Saturday, 6 - 8 a.m. Event concludes 8 a.m., Saturday. Everyone invited!

October 2012, Montana State University - MSU Parent’s Weekend
Bozeman  Jodie DeLay 406-994-4571,
Email, or Website
Each year, around the 3rd weekend in October, the Parent-Family  Association of MSU sponsors a weekend event for the parents and families of MSU students. Over 800 people attend this popular event, which gives parents and families a chance to explore MSU and the greater Bozeman community. The 2008 activities include the Rendezvous dinner on campus, a rafting trip, a Museum of the Rockies tour, a Bobcat football game, and a scavenger hunt in downtown Bozeman.

August 2012 through October 2012, Bozeman's Bridger Mountains Raptor Migration 
Bozeman  800-726-4295  Hawk Watch
Hawk Watch International began full-season, fall migration raptor counts at this site in southwestern Montana's Bridger mountain Range in 1991. At this time in 1992, Hawk Watch began standardized, single-site counts. Come see presentations on raptor research, ecology, and conservation at local venues, as well as live-bird programs, ID seminars, raffles, and field trips from the Bridger Bowl Lodge to the migration site.

October 2012 through November 2012, Bozeman's Halloween Week 2012 October 22, 2012 around the city of Bozeman, MT:

  1. 2:00-5:00pm - Museum of the Rockies Family Halloween Party family-friendly party, guaranteed to put everyone in that creepy, crawly Halloween spirit.

   Halloween Day 2012

  1. 9:00am - Halloween Costume Run, Distances: 1.1, 3.0 and 5.4 mile. Begins at Grant and 11th and circles the Montana State University campus. Prizes for best costumes.
  2. No specific time - Trick Or Treating at Bozeman's Gallatin Valley Mall (586-4565)
    3:00-6:00pm - Trick or Treating in Downtown Bozeman, Downtown Bozeman More Information (586-4008)
  3. 3:00-6:00pm Leaf and Bean Children's Halloween Party at Bozeman's Downtown Leaf & Bean (587-1580)
  4. 5:00-7:00pm - Halloween Open House, Bozeman's Emerson Cultural Center (587-9797)
  5. 4:00-7:00pm - Halloween Spook House, Bozeman's Gallatin Pioneer Museum (522-8122)

Late October 2012 through early November 2012 Little Bear School House Museum Antique Show
Bozeman, Montana  406-388-1873
This annual event includes three buildings with over 78 dealers setting up booths of merchandise ranging from furniture, glassware, linens and collectibles. Our admission fee is $4.00 which will cover all three days. This antique show is a fund raiser for Little Bear School House Museum.

First Weekend November, 2012, Bridger Ski Foundation Annual Bozeman Ski Swap
Bozeman, Montana, Gallatin County Fairgrounds  406-587-2445
• Bring your Consignments on Friday, November 4 between 10am and 7pm. There is a cost for each item consigned.
• Opens to Club Members Only for first hour, Saturday, Nov 5, 9am-10am.
• Opens to General Public, Saturday, Nov 5, 10am-5pm - Open to Everyone. Admission $2.00 for non-BSF members.
• Open to General Public, Sunday, Nov 6, 10am-2pm - Open for and Free Admission for everyone.
Bozeman, Montana  Call: 406-587-2445

December 2012, First Saturday, 4:30pm - 7:30pm, Bozeman Christmas Stroll
Downtown Bozeman’s greatest holiday tradition is its Christmas Stroll, always on the first Saturday of December. Strolling from the Emerson Cultural Center, at 4:30pm, Santa Claus works his way down Main Street with thousands in tow, singing Christmas carols and lighting the downtown holiday lights as Bozeman's annual Christmas Stroll gets people into Bozeman's Christmas spirit. Have your photo snapped with Santa Claus. Enjoy entertainment, holiday treats, and horse drawn wagon rides. Call: 406.586.4008

December 2012 Bozeman Ice Festival 2012 - Bozeman, Montana and Hyalite Canyon - Email for more information
The Bozeman Ice Festival is a regional/national Montana ice climbing event, promoting the sport to people of all ages and abilities. Learn the neccessary ice climbing skills and safe climbing techniques to enjoy this amazing winter sport! Hone those mixed-rock and ice climbing abilities! This Bozeman ice climbing festival will introduce new and old climbers to cutting edge clothing, equipment, and Montana ice climbing! Occurs both in and around Bozeman and in the Hyalite Mountains, 30-minutes south of Bozeman, Montana.

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