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Events – July and August 2014

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August Yoga

Stand up Paddle Board Class

Join us at the Lagoon, Tuesday, August 5th at 6 pm for a FREE SUP and yoga class. Libby Frederickson and Amy will be going over the basics of paddle boarding and then we will do a yoga class on our boards. Borrow a board or contact Rubber Ducky at 223-3746 to rent one. Please also bring an empty gallon milk jug with some rope attached to it so we can use it as an anchor. It will be a blast!!!

Yoga and Oils Class

Join Lisa Machac and Susie Walby as they present an oils and yoga class at the studio for Free, Thursday, August 7th from 10:30- noon. Find out how oils can help your body and mind and your yoga practice.

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Last Best Fest Juried Art Exhibition

Reminder! The first Last Best Fest Juried Art Exhibition & Sale, in conjunction with the Last Best Fest, will be held on September 5-7, 2014. It is a regional juried art show and sale event which will be mounted at three locations in town, the Livingston Center for Art and Culture, the Lincoln School, and The Frame Garden Gallery. The call for art is being made to include Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, North Dakota, Utah and Colorado. Submit work online at Submittable https://lastbestfest.submittable.com/submit/30311 (you will need to create an account).Submissions are due July 25! Unfortunately, the link was inactive last week. Please let us know if you have any trouble submitting.

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Stephanie Revennaugh, Audrey Hall, Betsey Hurd, Lyn StClair, and Joe Wayne have filled our gallery with their tributes to the “Year of the Horse,” a new exhibit to be featured during the July Art Walk on Friday, July 25 from 5:30 to 8:00 PM.

The exhibit will be displayed from July 15 through August 8. Images from the exhibit can be found at www.livingstoncenter.org. The Livingston Center for Art and Culture is located at 119 S. Main St., and can be reached at 222-5222.

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Livingston Classic PBR

The Livingston Classic PBR is the premier sporting event in Livingston, MT. With a sell out crowd each year to witness the best bulls and bull riders in the world, this is the event you don’t want to miss! This year will be no less with the top 35 bull riders in the world, 60,000 pounds of bucking bulls and world class entertainer, Flint Rasmussen.

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Livingston Fly Fishing Fair

The International Federation of Fly Fishers presents its  ANNUAL FLY FISHING FAIR August 7th thru the 9th at Park High. From 9 to 5 daily, experience seminars and workshops, book signings, and films. See the latest products, fly tying and casting demonstrations by some of the country’s best.

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The Other Side: Conceptual Emerging Experimental

Celebrating 40 years of showcasing art of all mediums, Livingston’s Danforth Gallery will open the second summer show of the season during the Livingston Art Walk on Friday, July 25th from 5:30-8:30pm. The Other Side: Conceptual Emerging Experimental brings together artists that are exploring and pushing their work beyond contemporary conceptions of medium, dialogue, academia and reality. Henry Real Bird, poet laureate from Kasic’s film Enter the Wind, will read a poem during the opening reception from 5:30 -8:30 pm on Friday, July 25th at the Danforth gallery The show will be up until August

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Nice Cream Social Vegan Potluck

Hope you can join us this Sunday, July 13th, at 4:30pm at the Livingston Public Library, 228 West Callendar Street for our monthly potluck! The (always optional) theme is a NICE Cream Social, featuring yummy Coconut Bliss, Purely Decadent, and So Delicious! (all available locally at Town and Country Foods! )Pick out your favorite flavor and bring it to the potluck!

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LCAC July Events

Save the Date: PLEIN AIR ON THE YELLOWSTONE
Our sixth annual paint-out August 9-16. We have just a few spots left for artists to register. Artists will spend one week painting outdoors in beautiful Park County, submitting their best works for a juried exhibit on Friday, August 15. Become an Art Patron ($100 donation) and receive 2 tickets to our Meet and Greet the Artists BBQ on Sunday, Aug 10, or pledge to purchase one of the paintings as a Purchase Patron, and receive 2 tickets to the BBQ as well as early admission to our Gala Reception on Aug. 15. Participating artists are listed on our website.

ART CAMPS

Preschool Mini camps (ages 3-6)

Session I: June 17-19
Session II: July 15-17
Session III: August 12-14

Cost $50 members, $55 non-members

Elementary Art Camps (ages 6-10)

Session I: June 16-20
Session II: July 14-18
Session III: August 11-15

Cost: $115 members, $125 non-members

Art Camp Intensives (5th-8th Grade)

Session I: June 23-27
Session II July 28-Aug 1

Cost: $115 members, $125 non-members

We still have room in all camps but the July 14-18 Elementary Art Camp, which is full. The July 28 – Aug 1 Art Camp Intensive, taught by Traci Isaly and Lucie Forstenzer, has been opened to ages 8 and up! Call to register!

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Festival of the Arts

Summer doesn’t get any better than admiring fine art and crafts work while enjoying a choice slice of pie at the Livingston Depot Center’s 27th annual Festival of the Arts. The upcoming Fourth of July week event will take place Wednesday, July 2, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday, July 3, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Friday July 4, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Yellowstone has Teeth – Reading

Journalist Marjane Ambler will share excerpts from her memoir, Yellowstone Has Teeth, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 5 at Elk River Books, 120 N. Main St. in Livingston. Ambler and her husband worked for the National Park Service and lived on Yellowstone Lake for nearly ten years. She has turned that experience into a wide-ranging book about the challenges of that life and the community of people who depend on each other for survival. Her book delves into the history of winter life for park employees—and women in particular. Ambler is a former associate editor of High Country News, and author of Breaking the Iron Bonds: Indian Control of Energy Development. Her reading is free and open to the public. A book signing and reception will follow the reading. For more information, call 333-2330.

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Superheroes Wanted!

Tri-County Network Against Domestic & Sexual Violence is looking for Super Heroes of All Ages to join us to Stand Against Violence in the July 2nd Parade.

Capes, Masks, and Shields will be provided! You may dress in a Super Hero costume, but we will ask that you wear our purple cape and mask as well.

Call 222-5902 for more information or to register.

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Formaldehyde to Fine Art Display

Formaldehyde to Fine Art, works by Shirl Ireland and John Stacy, will be shown at the Livingston Center for Art and Culture from June 17, 2014 through July 12, 2014. Seven years in the making, the first public exhibition of this body of work, tells the inspired journey of an artist along with the history of Yellowstone. Included are pencil drawings, plein air studies, clay models, oil paintings and bronze sculptures.

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Library News!

Summer Reading Program events are in full swing! Don’t miss the last few weeks of activities! Tuesday July 15th there’s a combined program for K-5th grades: “Rhythm Drumming” at 1:30-3pm. Thursday July 17th the Teens will begin their “Amazing Race Livingston” at 6:30pm, and conclude it the following week on July 24th. (That will be the finale for the teen events this summer, so be sure to come!) Tuesday July 22nd is another great combined program for K-5th grades: “Mr. E Magic Show” at 1:30-3pm. Then the kid’s finale will be July 29th and 30th with Museum of the Rockies bringing an exciting program on Old Faithful and other geysers! Plan to attend these fun events! Before you know it, summer will be over! See our event calendar (on the website and at the Library) for all the happenings! Questions? Call 222-0862 or go to our website www.livingstonpubliclibrary.org.

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Put some Drama into your July: LACE July Classes

Summer Scene Study

6 Mondays & Tuesdays, 6-8pm, July21-Aug5, $60

Always wanted to act? Love theater? Want to hone your talent or dust off some old skills? Join us for a summer scene study class! For six sessions over three weeks we will dive into scenes taken from stage plays and explore the art of acting on our feet in a low stress, high fun environment.

Taught by Kristin Hammargren

River Rafting for Women

Learn to read whitewater through this detailed hands-on orientation into the world of rafts and rivers, on the Yellowstone River. Here your seasoned river guide will teach you about river gear, boating equipment, rowing techniques, and river features while everyone gets the opportunity to maneuver the raft and have fun on the Yellowstone River. No previous experience is needed. You will learn all that you need to know to begin safely enjoying the rivers while rafting. Spaces limited to 4 women. Let me know if you’re interested.

Taught by Randi O’Brien

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Library Events!

Come join in the fun and educational activities occurring at your Library!

Deadrock Writers – usually meets once per month on Saturday afternoon

Christopher Paolini’s Young Writers’ Workshop – tentatively planned every two weeks

Carnegie Readers (book discussion group) – first Thursday of the month at 5pm

Game Club (board games) – once per month on a Wednesday evening

Cheap Date Night (movie & popcorn) – once per month on a Friday evening

Books & Babies Story Time – Wednesday & Thursday mornings at 10:30am

Pre-School Story Time – Friday mornings at 10:30am

Family Read Night – monthly at various times

After School Club – monthly (during the school year) on early release days

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Livingston Public Library – Preschool Story Time

Fridays, 10:30am
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

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Live Music and Theatre – July and August 2014

Live Music at the Music Ranch

July 26th – Paulette Carlson, Baillie and the Boys, Alyssa Bonagura
July 31st – Bill Anderson

For more information, call 406-222-2255 or visit musicranchmontana.net

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Live Music at the Wild Flour Bakery

July 24th – Holler n’ Pine: Bluegrass

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Live Theatre at the Blue Slipper

No events at this time

Location: 113 E Callender St, Livingston, MT. Call 406-222-7720 or visit bluslipper.com

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Live Theatre at the Shane Center

Wednesday & Thursday, July 2-23 – Catch & Release
Saturday & Sunday, July 5-27 – The Producer
July 15 – Livingston Film Festival

Location: 415 E. Lewis St, Livingston Mt. Call 406-222-1420

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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

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Live Music at the Murray Bar

July 8 – Livingston Food Pantry Benefit: Scott Kirby & Guests
July 9 – SUSTO
July 10 – Western Electric
July 11 – One Leaf Clover
July 12 – Peculiar Patriots
July 13 – Digg
July 14 – Craig T. Olson
July 15 – Brian Ernst
July 16 – Aaron Williams
July 17 – StrangeWays
July 18 & 19 – The Fossils
July 20 – The Split Peas/DAVID OLNEY with Sergio Webb
July 21 – Dylan Jakobsen
July 22 – Madeline Hawthorne
July 23 – Lou Sheilds
July 24 – StrangeWays
July 25 – Big Ol’
July 26 – Western Electric
July 27 – Cee Cee James
July 28 – Dan Dubuque
July 29 – Mathias Nunberg
July 30 – Max HAy
July 31 – Paul Cataldo/StrangeWays

Location: Downtown Livingston. Call 222-9463 or visit their website at TheMurrayBar.com

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Live Music at Pine Creek Cafe

July 12 – Modern Sons and Panther Car – Progressive Alt Rock
July 19 – The Red Elvises – Surf Rock
July 26 – Milton Menasco

Location: Pine Creek, Paradise Valley. Call 222-3628.

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Live Music at Chico Hot Springs

July 11 & 12- Down Time
July 13 – Running out of Road Band
July 16 – Red Elvises
July 18 & 19 – Venus Alley
July 20 – James Armstrong
July 25 – The Young Dubliners
July 26 – The Buffalo Chips Reunion
July 27 – The Derryck Lawrence Band

Location: Paradise Valley. Call 333-4933.

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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

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

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Farmer’s Markets

Farmers Market

Livingston Farmers Market at Sacajawea Park in Livingston

Resumes in the spring
Every Wednesday 4:30 to 7 PM

sacajawea-park-thumbFood, 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

emigrant-peoples-marketVendors, 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.

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