Events - December 2016 & January 2017
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- 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
- Coat Drive
Coat drive , Looking for used coats, sweaters, socks, boots, or anything that will keep you warm during the winter months, please drop off at the Rivers Edge before November 17, we will be distributing them on the 19th at the Emigrant Hall
- Upcoming fall classes…..
Dance Classes for Adults & Children’s Art Workshops during School PIR Days
2 Dance Workshops taught by Kerie Hagler
Thursday(s), November 3rd and 10th
$35 per person for both classes.
Ask about member and couples discounts.
8 Person Minimum.
Slow Blues Dance from 6:15-7:30 pm
If you love slow, bluesy music, you’ll love Blues Dancing! Blues is actually a ... Read More/Share
- Emigrant Fall Festival
Oct 29, 10 to 3. Arts and Crafts in both St. Johns and Emigrant Hall. Country Store with candy, fudge, jams, and goodies, plus homemade crafts and ornaments, as well as drawing for home crafted autumn decorations.
- New Exhibit
a show curated by Doris Davis Gallagher
Oct 11 through
Nov 12, 2016.
Reception on Friday, Oct 21.
Presentation by Gallagher at 7pm, Tuesday, October 11th the Livingston Center for Art and Culture will pieces from 8 Montana artists in an exhibit entitled “Provocative”.
Curated by Doris Davis Gallagher and including painting, sculpture and photography ... Read More/Share
- “Small Gems” Call to Artists: Limited to 20 artists, ONLY SIX SPOTS REMAIN!
2nd CALL FOR ENTRIES
EXHIBIT ON DISPLAY FROM:
Tuesday, November 15th through Saturday, December 31st
Submissions are first come first serve, and limited to the first 20 artists, ONLY SIX POTS LEFT!
Livingston Center for Art and Culture is holding it’s annual holiday “gift-able” art show: Small Gems. We are looking for (5) affordable ... Read More/Share
- Yoga For Skiers!
Yoga for Skiers
Starts Thursdays October 13
Six Weeks $60
Four months without snow is a long time….cant stop thinking about those first tracks and turns. Come join this 6 week series to make that first day on the slopes feel like mid season. Focus will be on developing and ... Read More/Share
- An amazing workout!
We are so excited to bring you all a fresh CIZE live routine! It’s so fun and an amazing workout! First class is October 5th 5:30pm at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts. $40.00 for a 6 week session or You can drop in for $5 a class and give it a try!
- Annual Community Halloween Carnival
Please join Little People’s Learning Center at the Annual Community Halloween Carnival on Saturday, October 29th from 4-6pm. This fun-filled family event will be held at the Mammoth Community Center. A $5 entrance fee (2 yrs and under FREE) includes the annual costume party, community dinner, and carnival games galore!
- Ayurvedic series starts October 2nd-sign up now
Come learn how Ayurveda, the medical and life science of yoga, can help you align with nature’s rhythms to support your body’s innate capacity for health.
In this six week series, we’ll start with fundamental concepts:
The five elements;
Three doshas (forces);
Determining your unique constitution (prakriti) and current state of imbalances (vikriti).
From ... Read More/Share
- “Small Gems” Call to Artists: Limited to 20 artists, please submit early
Livingston Center for Art and Culture is holding it’s annual holiday “gift-able” art show: Small Gems. We are looking for (5) affordable and gift-able examples of current work in all media to be submitted by email by Friday, October 21 by 4pm. Images of work should be submitted digitally to the Center (firstname.lastname@example.org) ... Read More/Share
- Register NOW for these Classes
Classes for Adults and Children for the fall season
Introduction to Precious Metal Clay
Instructor: Beth Gregory, Level 3 Certified PMC Artisan
Date: Saturday, September 24
Times: 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM, with a lunch break (BYOL)
Cost: $100 ($95 for members of the CENTER)
Precious Metal Clay (PMC) is a versatile material that consists of silver ... Read More/Share
- Gardiner Flea Market Closed
Due to road construction on West Main St. in Gardiner the Flea Market at the community center is canceled for Oct. We will start up again in the spring of 2017. We are striving to have the flea market once a month during the tourist season.
- Get some Class… with LivingstonACE
Learn to Knit
5 Thursdays, 6-8 pm, Sept 29 – Nov 3, $66
Do you want to learn to knit? This is the class for you! A small class size will ensure students have plenty of opportunities for one-on-one help. Students will learn how to cast on stitches, how to bind off stitches, the knit stitch, the ... Read More/Share
- Art in the Parks: NPS Centennial Celebration of the Arts
Now hanging in the gallery…
Art in the Park’s: a celebration of the National Park Service’s Centennial. We personally invited Montana artists to contribute work derived from and inspired by our country’s greatest idea. What they came up with is very intense, varied and gorgeous; just like our National Parks!
Artist’s reception next Friday, September ... 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 - December 2016 & January 2017
- Pine Creek Lodge
Dec 2 – Calista
Dec 9 – Quenby & the West of Wayland Band
Dec 16 – Someday Miss Pray
Dec 23- Little Jane
2496 EAST RIVER ROAD | LIVINGSTON, MONTANA 59047
- Neptune’s Brewery
No Events at this Time
119 N L St, Livingston, MT 59047
- Katabatic Brewery
12/1 – Shelly Besler
12/3 – No Music – 2nd Annual Lebowski Fest…More details soon.
12/10 – Amber Ikerman
12/17 – Ian Thomas
Locatioin: 117 West Park Street, Livingston, MT
- 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 Follow Yer Nose BBQ
No Events at this Time, check back next summer!
4 Overlook Road, Emigrant MT.
- Live Theatre at the Blue Slipper
Wknds Nov 18-Dec 11 – Same Time, Next Year
Location: 113 E Callender St, Livingston, MT. Call 406-222-7720 or visit bluslipper.com
- Live Theatre at the Shane Center
wknds Dec 9-18 – Holiday Vaudeville Extravaganza!
Dec 11 – Livingston Film Festival
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
Dec 4- Jay’s Lounge
Ded 5 – Vinyl Afternoon
Dec 7 – Nathan Kalish and the Last Callers
Dec 8 – Danny Bee
Dec 9 – www.TWANG
Dec 10 – Denny & The Resonators
Dec 11 – Jay’s Lounge
Dec 12 – Shelly Besler and Tony Polecastro
Dec 15 – Kalyn Beasley
Dec 16 & ... Read More/Share
- Live Music at Chico Hot Springs
Dec 9-10 – Tucker Down
Dec 16-17 – Justin Case Band
Dec 23-24 – EStrangeways
Dec 30-31 – Exit 288
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 Miles Park Bandshell in Livingston
June 3-Sept 24
Every Wednesday 4:30 to 7:30 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.
Emigrant People’s Market
Starts Early June
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. Contact Greg Lynch at 333 4507, or email@example.com
Sheilds Valley Market
Mondays June Through August 4:30-7:30, Clyde Park