- Spelling Bee
Spelling Bee for all Park County School
February 22nd at the Dulcie Theater
in Livingston at 1:00 p.m.
- MSU professor discusses being Muslim in America
Elk River Arts & Lectures presents a community discussion about Islam led by University of
Montana-Billings professor Ambrin Masood, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 9, at Elk River
As part of the Montana Conversations Program, Masood will discuss her experience of being an
American, a mother, a wife, a professor and a practicing Muslim. As one of ... Read More/Share
- Fablulous February is Filled with Fun
Tai Chi with Mighael
8 Tue’s & Thur’s, 7-8:30 pm, Feb 2-28, $40
The primary emphasis of the class will be on learning the classical long form of Tai Chi Ch’uan. In addition students will learn and practice Wu Chi meditation and Chi Kung. Wu Chi meditation is basic for centering, alignment and breath. Chi Kung helps ... Read More/Share
- Hey, Sweet Patootie! The sweet potato potluck is This Sunday!
Hope you can join us this Sunday
February 12, 4:30pm at the
*The Park County Senior Center*
206 South Main
The always optional theme:
Sweet Potato Chips
Sweet Sweet Potatoes!
It’s no surprise that sweet potatoes are at the top of everyone’s health foods list. These sweeties are packed with fiber, ... Read More/Share
- Jardine Ski Run
Mark your calendars for the 30th Annual Jardine Ski Run on Sunday, February 26! Registration begins at Noon, and Racing begins at 1:00. Whether your skiing or enjoying the snow and chili dogs with friends and new acquaintances, don’t miss the commeraderie of this annual community event!
- THE GRAND RESCUE – Update
THE GRAND RESCUE – Update
Feb 3 ONLY at Yellowstone Forever Headquarters
A True Story of the 1967 Jenny Lake / Teton Rangers
(film and Q&A with Teton Ranger Rick Reese)
The Grand Rescue (2016) humbles us to the majestic Grand Teton, exposes the tenuous relationship of man and the mountain, reveals the endurance of ... Read More/Share
- Plein Air 2017 REGISTRATION now OPEN ONLINE!
THINKING ABOUT …Summer 2017?
Plein Air on the Yellowstone online Registration now available.
Plein Air Painting on the Yellowstone
Park County, MT
August 5 to 11, 2017
We invite you to come and experience why so many are drawn to this inspiring area. During the Livingston Center for Art and Culture’s 9th annual Plein Air on the Yellowstone, ... Read More/Share
- Art Activities for kids and adults
Kids Art Class THIS Friday
morning and afternoon.
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The Snowman: Movie & Art
K-2: Friday, January 20th 10:00 am to 11:30 am
Cost – $20 ($15 members/siblings)
“A Snowman of My Own” – Young artists will watch the original version of “The Snowman” and then using the ... Read More/Share
- Find a class. Eight Greats Starting Soon.
For Beginners & Intermediates
4 Thursdays, 6-8 pm, Jan 19 – Feb 9, $40
Memos, resumes, brochures, form letters… Flyers, posters, post cards, newsletters… Microsoft Word and similar word-processing programs are how the business and professional worlds communicate. In this class, we will use Word to create neatly formatted and richly illustrated documents. This class will ... Read More/Share
- Newsletter January 2017
Boots N Buckles Ball
Tickets are selling fast!
Please call 406-222-3199 to get yours today!
Chamber Office for Rent!
Great parking, great price, great location!
Please call 406-222-0850 for more information!
The Blue Slipper Theatre
Winter Beach Party Fundraising Gala
January 21, 2017.
What is better than a beach on a cold ... Read More/Share
- Free Live Music this Friday, January 13 at 5:30 pm
Live Music with Laura Kehoe/Marius Michael-George and Sam Mascari
Join these three talented musicians this Friday evening, January 13th at 5:30 pm, at Breathing Room Yoga for a free live concert with Laura playing the harmonium and on vocals, Marius on the tabla and Sam on vocals, banjo and the jaw harp. Please come ... Read More/Share
- Yellowstone River Closure Economic Impact Survey
Yellowstone River Closure Economic Impact Survey
It just takes 2 minutes of your time and it will help our community & local businesses in the long run.
Dear Livingston area business owner,
If you have not responded to our ITRR survey sent to you in December regarding the impact of the river closure in August, 2016, please ... Read More/Share
- Events/Classes and Exhibits in the Winter Months
a celebration of Mardi Gras & New Orleans, January 31 – February 25
Start the year out with a celebration! Chris Hillegass has pulled together 7 local artists in this inspired exhibit honoring the season of Mardi Gras & art of New Orleans.
Included are paintings by Renee Evanoff and Carla Pagliaro, photography by Chris Hillegass, ... Read More/Share
- Beginner’s Series/Strength Series/Yoga for Every Body
Series Classes /Beginner’s Series
Wednesday, January 11 – Wednesday, February 15
4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
An opportunity to launch or refresh your practice.
Join Karen Stenseth, ND, RYT for this six week series. This class will be an opportunity to immerse yourself in the foundations of yoga so that you become familiar with basic poses ... Read More/Share
- Christmas Present from LivingstonACE
Whoa! I have a LOT of great classes starting in January. But before I get to that, I have a wonderful announcement (or Christmas present) for you all.
You can now PAY ONLINE for LivingstonACE classes. Yippee!
This long-awaited, much-requested feature is now available. And now to the classes.
Digital Safety in a Complex World
Tai Chi with Mighael ... Read More/Share
- Solstice Class next Wednesday, December 21 6-8 pm
Winter Solstice Wednesday, 12/21, 6-8 pm
108 Sun Salutations
Join Kim to honor the shortest day and longest night of the year. The Winter Solstice for us in the Northern Hemisphere is a time of rebirth, renewal and light. This is a donation based class and there will be restorative poses and stretches in ... Read More/Share
- Crock Pot Party at the Live and Let Livingston Potluck – this Sunday!
Hope you can join us this Sunday,
December 11th, 4:30pm at the
*The Park County Senior Center*
206 South Main
The always optional theme:
Slow Cooker Dahl
Crock Pots (or Slow Cookers).
Don’t have one?
Check any thrift shop, you’ll find a few!
Cooking with CrockPots is so simple: just fill it ... Read More/Share
- Nutcracker Ballet
Tickets to the Nutcracker Ballet Dec 10th and 11th 4PM at Sleeping Giant Middle School, Livingston
$15 – Livingston, MT (59047)
Purchase at door adds $2 to ticket.
- Events at Pine Creek Lodge
CREEK & RIVER WRITER’S NIGHT: MIKE DEVINE
Wednesday, November 23, 2016 7:00 pm
Mike Devine is a poet, musician and the author of the novel, Henry. He is the host of the long-running (30 years!) Livingston favorite, MainStreet Show, which has featured numerous local performers as well as special guests including Jeff Bridges, Bill ... Read More/Share
- Special Thanksgiving Class/November Series Class/January Special and gift idea
Start off you Thanksgiving right by attending a donation based yoga class with Kim from 9:00-10:30 am, Thursday, November 24th, Thanksgiving Day. All proceeds will go to the Livingston Food Resource Center (Livingston Food Bank) and will be matched by Breathing Room Yoga. Please bring one or two cans of food as ... Read More/Share
- Seven great classes before the year ends!
Flower Arrangements – Make your own Thanksgiving arrangement.
Excel Spreadsheets – Spaces available. Starts on Friday.
Kundalini Yoga: Transitioning from Fall to Winter
Tai Chi with Mighael & Joe – For Beginners & Experienced Practitioners alike.
Social Security: Your Questions Answered
Baking with Sourdough – One day only. Go home with goodies.
Trance Dance – It’s back for those who missed ... Read More/Share
- ASPEN Newsletter November 2016
International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
In 1991, the United Nation’s General Assembly designated November 25 as International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. For more information on this day, click here.
Violence against women is an international epidemic. According to the United Nations, up to 70 percent of ... Read More/Share
- December Elk River Events
Holiday Stroll book signings with Craig Lancaster and Elisa Lorello
Elk River Books joins the annual downtown Livingston Holiday Stroll with husband and wife book signings by Craig Lancaster and Elisa Lorello on Friday, Dec. 2, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Lancaster is the author of Edward Unspooled, the third installment of the best-selling trilogy that ... Read More/Share
- Holiday Market
On Saturday, December 3rd, Western Sustainability Exchange brings you this one-day holiday shopping event! Featuring local vendors with handmade jewelry, toys, apparel, baked goods, artwork, kids activities, and much more. Also coming this year, Santa Paws! Get photos taken with Santa, with proceeds benefiting Stafford Animal Shelter. The market takes place from 9am to 4pm ... Read More/Share