Trivia Every Sunday Night!
Every Wednesday at 7pm from October to MayTeams between 1-6 people. Entry is $2 per person.Every week we do Current Events, Potpourri, Name That Tune, handouts and more!Nightly prizes, plus a prize for the season long champions.Come on in, drink beer, eat dinner, have some fun and let's Trivia!
Poet Molly Damm and author Todd Burritt will read from new books, both strongly-rooted in the natural world, at Elk River Books on Thursday, March 7, at 7 p.m. Damm is the author of Ground-truth, praised for its “ravishing physicality” and “indelible images” by Paul Guest, author of Because Everything is Terrible. She earned an MFA from
All open calls for art at the Livingston Center for Art and Culture in 2019 will be posted online so that you may submit work at anytime for jurying throughout the year. This will include our annual call to poets for our poetry in the windows annual celebration of April and national poetry month. Please refer to www.livingstoncenter.org and find
Join us for the 9th annual Soup to End the Silence fundraiser. We have 6 delicious types of soups from local restaurants (vegan available). Beer, wine, and beverages will also be included, followed by a variety of desserts. Special guests Chrystina Katz and Joannah Rice will keynote the evening
MonTueWedThuFriSat 1 2 9 AM Yoga with Rebecca4 5:45 PM Zumba 5 6 PM Holistic Pediatric Care 6 PM Painting with Acrylics6 6 PM Introduction to Holistic Animal Care7 5:45
The third annual Mountain Soapbox Derby returns to Livingston on Saturday, April 13th from 10am-3pm at Meyers Lane in conjunction with the Tap into Montana Brew Fest. This year’s derby course will have a different layout with a few surprises and new challenges. Spectators can enjoy live music and food vendors while watching the thrilling race. The
Now is the time for us to help guide the future of our local forests and public lands.Last week the Custer Gallatin National Forest released its Draft Revised Land Management Plan and Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS), which also opens a 90-day public comment period, ending on June 5, 2019.The last management plan was put into
The Montana History Foundation is hitting the road! Come join us for a Beer for a Cause at the Katabatic Brewing Company in Livingston on Sunday, May 19 from 4:30-8:00 pm.Do you have a passion for Montana history? Are you looking for ways to protect and preserve Montana history? Come learn more about The Montana History Foundation (MHF) and
Want to see more biking in Park County and Livingston? Livingston Bike Club, a volunteer member-run organisation is growing our membership and community - inviting bikers of all abilities, experience, including beginners, come share your ideas at the monthly meetings - The first Tuesday of every month (i.e. Tuesday, March 5th) from 6 to 7h30pm at