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 Payne, Rich Hall and Henry Real Bird. Mike's new CD release of original Americana music is titled Lost Highway.
FREE PERFORMANCE. PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ELK RIVER BOOKS. DOORS OPEN AT 5PM.

THE WAYLANDERS
Friday, November 25, 2016 8:00 pm
FREE SHOW

CALISTA
Friday, December 2, 2016 8:00 pm
FREE SHOW

QUENBY & THE WEST OF WAYLAND BAND
Friday, December 9, 2016 8:00 pm
$5.00

SOMEDAY MISS PRAY
Friday, December 16, 2016 8:00 pm
Someday Miss Pray is a four-piece band based in Montana. They call on a wide variety of influences, including Gillian Welch, John Prine and Wilco to name a few. Their Americana sound resonates with audiences of all ages.
$5.00

LITTLE JANE
Friday, December 23, 2016 8:00 pm
$5.00

CREEK & RIVER WRITER'S NIGHT: SCOTT MCMILLION
Wednesday, January 25, 2017 7:00 pm
Scott McMillion has been an award-winning journalist and author for more than 20 years. He is the author of Mark of the Grizzly, now in a new revised and updated edition, and has been senior editor of the critically acclaimed Montana Quarterly for the past six years.
FREE PERFORMANCE. PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ELK RIVER BOOKS. DOORS OPEN AT 5PM.

CREEK & RIVER WRITER'S NIGHT: CHARLOTTE FREEMAN AND ALAN KESSELHEIM
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 7:00 pm
Charlotte M. Freeman is the author of Place Last Seen (Picador USA, 2000). She has a PhD from the University of Utah creative writing program, blogs at LivingSmallblog.com. She was the cookbook columnist for Bookslut from 2009-2013, and has been published in the Best Food Writing of 2010, Big Sky Journal, Montana Quarterly and online sites Culinate, Ethicurean, HTML Giant, The Rumpus and others. She lives and writes in Livingston, Montana.
Al Kesselheim came to Montana in 1982 to be a writer. Little by little, over a period of years, and through a combination of hard-headedness, luck, and persistence, he managed to make that happen. More than 30 years later he’s still at it. He has published 11 books, hundreds of magazine articles, and has collaborated with other artists on books, spoken word performances and photo essays. He has won a number of awards, including several from the Society of Professional Journalists, the High Plains Book Awards, and Bozeman’s Cornerstone Award. The most rewarding, and unexpected, aspect of his writing career is hearing from folks who have somehow been impacted by his stories.
FREE PERFORMANCE. PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ELK RIVER BOOKS. DOORS OPEN AT 5PM.