Posts Tagged “food”

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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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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Inlander Restaurant Week

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Inlander Restaurant Week

For ten days at the end of February and the first week of March, nearly 100 restaurants in the Inland Northwest area will feature three-course meals at affordable prices in conjunction with Inlander Restaurant Week. This annual event grows every year and will include 21 Coeur d’Alene restaurants. Their cuisine ranges from Thai to American…

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Boise’s Treefort Music Festival Features Up and Coming Artists

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Boise’s Treefort Music Festival Features Up and Coming Artists

by Mike Christie Set for March 23-27, the Boise Treefort Music Festival features bands like Youth Lagoon, Bryan John Appleby, and Deep Sea Diver. The festival received the City of Boise’s Cultural Ambassador award in 2015 for reflecting the culture and energy of the city. It is also a big proponent in showing off what…

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From childhood adventures to fine dining: Exploring Mill Creek Town Center

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From childhood adventures to fine dining: Exploring Mill Creek Town Center

By Whitney Carter   I remember the first time I was allowed to walk to Mill Creek Town Center with my friends. I was in the sixth grade. The Town Center is about a block from the middle school, and my friends and I were so excited. We were on our own in our big…

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