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Upcoming February Events
February 16 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Save the date for February PCEC and Community events!
Saturday Rides to Bridger Bowl-Windrider Transit
February 8th - April 11th, 7:45 am, Park County Fairgrounds
The bus will board passengers near the Main Exhibit Building at the Park County Fairgrounds. The bus will leave at 7:45 a.m. promptly and arrive to Bridger Bowl by 8:50 a.m. The bus will leave at 4:00 p.m. promptly from Bridger Bowl and arrive at the Fairgrounds by 5:00 p.m. This service will run through April 4th. The bus can only transport 13 passengers with equipment. There is no charge for this service, donations appreciated.
Upper Yellowstone Watershed Group
Thursday, February 6th, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm - St. John's Church, Emigrant
There will be a showing of a new UYWG video by Jon Caton, as well as information on NRCS TIP (Targeted Implementation Plan) Natural Resource project priorities from Dave Molebash, and coordinator, committee and agency updates.
Yellowstone Phenology Project Presentation
Thursday, February 13th 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm - Bozeman Public Library
Yellowstone National Park is recruiting citizen science volunteers to assist park staff in researching environmental change in Yellowstone in summer 2020. Phenology is the study of nature’s calendar, especially in relation to climate, and the timing of plant and animal life cycles. The Yellowstone Phenology Project, in collaboration with NEON seeks to engage youth and adults from all backgrounds to collect essential data to help park scientists and managers better understand how the Yellowstone ecosystem is responding to changing environmental conditions. We are recruiting 50 Phenology Project volunteers.For more information please call Erik Oberg at 307.344.2156 or email resume and preferred participation dates to
Wild and Scenic Film Festival
Tuesday, February 18th-The Emerson Center for Arts & Culture, Bozeman
Social Hour 5:30 pm-Films 6:45 pm Admission FREE - 13 films
Bear Creek Council 33rd Annual Jardine Ski Run
Sunday, February 23rd, registration 11:30 am,
The Jardine Ski Run is a cross-country ski "race" open to skiers of all ages and skill levels located on Forest Service land outside of Gardiner, near the border of Yellowstone National Park. This well-loved community event has been hosted by Bear Creek Council for over three decades. Race lengths vary in both classic and skate categories. Registration begins at noon. Races begin at 1:00pm. $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and younger.
Help yourself to chili, chilidogs, hot dogs, baked goods and more with a $7 grazing permit.
Directions to Bear Creek Trail: At Gardiner, turn onto the Jardine Road (turnoff near Conoco station in Gardiner), turn right and cross the bridge at the town of Jardine. From there, follow signs up to the ski trail.
Joe Brooks Trout Unlimited - Watershed Warriors
Thursday, February 20th, 6:00 pm - Neptune's Brewery
Joe Brooks Chapter sponsors the annual Watershed Warriors fundraiser each year. Watershed Warriors is a program aimed at educating local fifth graders on the importance of healthy watersheds, both locally and globally. Their annual fundraiser raises funds to support program costs for materials and aquatic species studies each year.
Friday, February 28th, 12:00-1:00 pm, Livingston Food Resource Center
Learn more about the importance of Livingston’s downtown, how to support and grow local business, and more about the Montana Main Street Program. Lunch is provided.