Events – October & November 2014
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- Popcorn Friday/PTO Meeting
Popcorn Friday is 10/31/14 (that going to be a fun day for our kids!) We need a volunteer to run the popcorn machine! Please contact Wendy Cornell (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you can help out! The PTO meeting is 11/4 @ 6 pm in the Winans Library. I hope you have a fun and ... Read More/Share
- Elk River Books presents: The Fallow Season of Hugo Hunter, by Craig Lancaster
Best-selling Billings novelist Craig Lancaster will travel to Livingston on Thursday, November 13, to read from his latest book, The Fallow Season of Hunter Hugo, in which he follows the story of a former Olympic boxer who strays from success to lead a mediocre career and existence. “Hugo Hunter is a thirty-seven-year-old, broken-down boxer who ... Read More/Share
- FAMILY HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL
October 24 (this Friday)
FAMILY HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL
Every kid that attends gets a pumpkin to carve along with other goodies!
@ Civic Center
3 and under FREE
Preschoolers – 5th Graders
For more information check out the Livingston Recreation Department Facebook page
- Be in March Ski Condition by January
This six weeks series will prepare your knees, quads and hips to make your first turns as good as you remember your best day on the slopes.This series will focus on developing and supporting the skills that you need to increase your performance on the mountain, such as proper alignment, balance, flexibility, and core strength.
Yoga ... Read More/Share
- Register Now for Ranching for Profit Workshops
Healthy Land, Happy Families, and Profitable Businesses
With Dave Pratt of Ranch Management Consultants
Register Now for WSE’s Fall Workshop Series:
Dillon, MT – Thursday, October 30th 9:00am – 12:30pm*
National Guard Armory, 1070 Hwy 41
Livingston, MT – Friday, October 31st 9:00am – 12:30pm*
Shane Lalani Center, 415 East Lewis
Deer Lodge, MT – Saturday, November 1st ... Read More/Share
- Dilemma: Twentieth Century Art.
The Livingston Center is pleased to announce the opening of its next show: Dilemma: Twentieth Century Art. This exhibit features artists who have selected a movement and artist from the Twentieth Century about which they have little or no experience, but find tantalizing. There are 14 artists working from 22 different styles. ... Read More/Share
- Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Thurs October 23 at 11:45am
Join us at 123 South Main Street for this pre-lunch event as the former American Federal Savings Bank officially opens
its doors as Opportunity Bank of Montana. Come out for this mini-event to show your support and offer best wishes to the Staff! Coffee & Cookies served.
- Niki Kimball offering free assessments at Breathing Room Yoga
Do you have a nagging injury that just won’t go away? Do you feel stiff and tight after participating in activities? Do you have a question about something that just doesn’t seem right about your body? Well you are in luck, Niki Kimball, certified Physical Therapist and world class ranked runner will ... Read More/Share
- LIVINGSTON DEPOT FOUNDATION HOLDS TWELFTH ANNUAL WINE AND BEER FESTIVAL BENEFIT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 6-8 P.M.
The Livingston Depot Foundation has announced its twelfth annual Wine and Beer Tasting will be held Friday, November 7, 2014 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Livingston Depot Center. This year’s wine and beer tasting fundraiser will be something to look forward to. If you’ve attended past events, you know it’s non-stop activity, with ... Read More/Share
- Tri County Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence E-notes
Every October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, is observed to bring to light an issue that affects our community in a staggering way. In October 1987, the first Domestic Violence Awareness Month was observed, and in 1989, the first Domestic Violence Awareness Month Commemorative Legislation was passed by the U.S. Congress and has passed every ... Read More/Share
- Market Closed for season officially
Hi, sorry this may not find one or two of you still home, but since I only heard from a small number of you saying you would go if the weather was decent, and I now know of only 2 or 3 of you maybe setting up….., I am not hanging signs today. ... Read More/Share
- Happy National Pharmacy Day
Help us celebrate 6 years this Sunday! October 11th, at 4:30pm at the Livingston Center for Art & Culture, 119 Main Street. (Please note: we are NOT at the library – they are having a book sale!) October is National Pharmacist Month so our (optional) theme will be “Let Food Be Thy Medicine”
4:45 recipe ... Read More/Share
- Fall Yoga Events
Rachel Jones teaches Saturdays at 8 am
Join Rachel this Saturday as she begins teaching our Saturdays at 8 am. Rachel took her 200 yoga hours with Nancy Ruby in Bozeman, MT and has been teaching yoga at Adult Community Education for the past two years. We are lucky to have her be part ... Read More/Share
- 6th Annual Moose Chase Kid’s Race
Come chase the Moose around Sacajawea Park at the South Gazebo on Sunday, Oct 12th, at 12 pm. $10 Dollar entry & a can of food. Includes race shirt, finisher medal, moose tracks ice cream, and hot cocoa. Parents are welcome to run with their kids, no dogs allowed. Dress for Montana weather.
- Livingston-Park County Tennis Association Fall 2014 Newsletter
Grand opening party
The Livingston-Park County Tennis Association would like to invite everyone to the ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening party for the newly-renovated courts at Sleeping Giant Middle School on Friday, October 3 at 5:30 p.m.
The courts were completed this fall in the second of three planned phases to revitalize Livingston’s tennis facilities. ... Read More/Share
- 5th Annual Soup to end the Silence Fundraiser
Soup to End the Silence is a fall harvest themed, family oriented event to end the silence on domestic violence. Event goers will enjoy good company, music, cash bar, and a hearty meal, all while supporting a worthy cause.
The Soup to End the Silence fundraiser is crucial to the organization in order to continue ... Read More/Share
- LACE Classes
LACE Classes: UPDATED
Wheel Pottery (and Hand Building)
7 Mondays, 6-9pm, Oct 27-Dec 8, $135
This class offers a hands-on introduction to techniques for throwing pottery on the wheel. Students will work independently with guided practice from the instructor. Beginning and intermediate students are welcome. Students will learn to fire and glaze their pottery as well.
A $20 materials ... Read More/Share
- Livingston Center Fall Classes
Check our website as we are adding new classes each week!
LIFESTYLE iPHONEOGRAPHY – IT’S YOUR STORY: A PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP DEMYSTIFYING PORTRAIT AND LIFESTYLE PHOTOGRAPHY
a workshop that demystifies lifestyle, fine art, portraiture, and food photography. It will teach:
* How to easily take creative & compelling images of your children, friends, events, food ... Read More/Share
- Library News
Due to schedule conflicts, this email newsletter will not be sent for the next few months. We hope to resume after the first of the year. (2015 is coming up quickly, isn’t it?) Please continue to check the Library’s website and event calendar (print copies available at the Library) for all the news & ... Read More/Share
Livingston Public Library – Preschool Story Time
Children love a fun and engaging story time. Get your kids interested in reading by bringing them for the Friday morning story time.
Contact the Library at (406) 222-0862 or visit their website at livingstonpubliclibrary.org
Live Music and Theatre – October & November 2014
- Live Music at the Music Ranch
No Events at this time.
For more information, call 406-222-2255 or visit musicranchmontana.net
- Live Music at the Wild Flour Bakery
No Events at this time
4 Overlook Road, Emigrant MT.
- Live Theatre at the Blue Slipper
Oct 3-26 – Sylvia
Location: 113 E Callender St, Livingston, MT. Call 406-222-7720 or visit bluslipper.com
- Live Theatre at the Shane Center
Occt 3-18, Fri & Sat – Besties
Oct 3rd – Treasure Island,
Oct 4th – Wine, Women & Song
Oct 21st – Livingston Film Festival
Oct 31st – Little shop of Horrors
Location: 415 E. Lewis St, Livingston Mt. Call 406-222-1420
- Live Music at the Buckhorn Theatre
No Events at this Time
Location: 5237 Hwy 89 South #4 Livingston, MT, call 406-222-9600 or visit buckhorntheatre.com
- Live Music at the Murray Bar
Oct 3rd – Cold Hard Cash Show
Oct 5th – Big Mama Lele
Oct 6th – Jay’s Lounge
Oct 8th – Bradley Sherrer
Oct 9th – Somekstack & The Foothill Fury
Oct 10th – Dave Walker Band
Oct 11th – Lazy Bones
Oct 12th – Keith Scott Blues
Oct 13th – Jay’s Lounge
Oct 15th ... Read More/Share
- Live Music at Pine Creek Cafe
No Events at this time
Location: Pine Creek, Paradise Valley. Call 222-3628.
- Live Music at Chico Hot Springs
Oct 3rd & 4th – Clumsy Lovers
Oct 10th & 11th – Russ Nasset & the Revelators
Oct 17th & 18th – The Wench
Oct 24th & 25th – The Shufflebums
Oct 31st – Honkey Tonk Heroes
Location: Paradise Valley. Call 333-4933.
Park County and Livingston Yearly Events
- Park County and Livingston Yearly Events
July 4th Week: Livingston Round Up, Parade and Art Fair
July Third Week: Livingston Summer Fest
July 26: Livingston Classic PBR
August: Park County Fair www.parkcounty.org
August: Bark in The Park
August: Old Settlers Day in Clyde Park
Early December: Livingston Holiday Stroll
Chrismas Day: Free Community Dinner at The Civic Center
- Farmers Markets
Livingston Farmers Market at Sacajawea Park in Livingston
June 4-Sept 24
Every Wednesday 4:30 to 7 PM
Food, vendors, produce, arts & crafts, baked goods, special events, live music until 9:00 p.m., Wednesdays, 4:30 to 7:30, through Sept. 26, banks of Yellowstone, Miles Park. Call 222-0730.
Emigrant People’s Market
Resumes in the spring
Summer Saturdays, 10 AM to 2 PM
Vendors, produce, barbecue, Crocket tourney, kite flying, other events, lunch time music by Denny Earnest & Friends on Wildflour Bakery porch, Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. to 2 ish, St. John’s Green (across from Post Office), Emigrant.