Posts Tagged “Montana”

Montana Vintage Floatplane Adventure

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Montana Vintage Floatplane Adventure

By Phoebe Droz Western Montana has so much beauty to see, and the prospect of seeing it all may seem impossible. However, with the help of Peter Gross you can soar high over Flathead Lake with a stop at Wildhorse Island, fly over Hungry Horse Reservoir, and Seeley Lake, in which you cross over the…

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Pond Hockey

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Pond Hockey

by Phoebe Droz Traditionally, hockey was played on frozen over ponds in the winter time, though it has since been expanded to ice rinks, any time of the year. However, for the third year in a row Kalispell Montana bringing hockey back to its traditional rink, Flathead Lake. From February 19-21, Kalispell will host the…

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Winter Chautauqua

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Winter Chautauqua

by Michaela Mulligan Once called the “most American thing in America” by Teddy Roosevelt, Chautauquas are still held at the Elling House in Virgina City, Montana, near Butte. A Chautauqua was first popularized in the 19th and 20th centuries as a sharing of entrainment and intellectual knowledge. The tradition is carried on today the the…

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“My Fair Lady” in Bozeman

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“My Fair Lady” in Bozeman

by Michaela Mulligan George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion is brought to the stage in the musical “My Fair Lady” and tells the tale of Eliza Doolittle, a Cockney flower girl who is trained to speak and act like a high-bred English lady. The Intermountain Opera Bozeman is collaborating with Montana Shakespeare in the Parks to bring “My Fair…

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Winter BrewFest in Missoula

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Winter BrewFest in Missoula

by, Kelly Logie   Want to shake off those winter blues? Come to downtown Missoula’s Winter BrewFest and enjoy some local beer. At its sixth annual event, be able to taste beer from over a dozen of different breweries. Some of the festivities include sampling over forty local Montana taps, and eating food from vendors…

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Chocolate Wandering in Kalispell

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Chocolate Wandering in Kalispell

Kalispell, Montana, generally known for its beautiful outdoor scenery, is calling all chocolate enthusiasts indoors on Friday, February 5th. From 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Kalispell will be hosting an event known as “A chocolat affaire,” in which participants can wander up and down Main Street in search of their favorite chocolates. Local businesses are opening…

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A Different Way to Play in Kalispell’s Snow: Dog Sledding

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A Different Way to Play in Kalispell’s Snow: Dog Sledding

by Phoebe Droz   As December turns into January, and January threatens to turn into the cold month of February, the frigid temperatures and snowy flurries begin to loose their appeal. Combat this end of winter loathing by making a trip to Kalispell, Montana. The city offers outdoor winter favorites like snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling,…

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Bozeman Winter Farmer’s Market

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Bozeman Winter Farmer’s Market

By Michaela Mulligan Developed eight years ago to meet the demand for direct producer-to-consumer products year-round, the Bozeman Winter Farmers’ Market provides local produce and foods in the winter months. The market was created by farmers who recognized that there were an abundance of local farmers who had products to sell outside of the traditional…

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“Cold Plunge” Art Exhibit

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“Cold Plunge” Art Exhibit

by Michaela Mulligan Walk into the Turman Larison Contemporary in Helena, Montana to see “Cold Plunge,” an exhibit by artists Kristen Martincic and Joseph Pintz. The exhibition consists of minimalistic prints and ceramics as well as some collaborative pieces from the two artists. Martincic’s “leisure pool” prints consisting of six aerial views of backyard pools…

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Explore Cretaceous Exhibit

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Explore Cretaceous Exhibit

by Michaela Mulligan Travel back into the prehistoric era by visiting the Montana Natural History Center in Missoula, Montana to see the “Explore Cretaceous” exhibit. The exhibit features a replica of a Tyrannosaurus Rex skull on loan from Two Medicine Dinosaur Center. In addition to the skull, visitors can see the collection of Cretaceous flora…

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