The Montana Outdoor Science School will be hosting the Annual Watershed Festival, The Year of the Trout, at the Bozeman Fish Technology Center. Admission is waived for everyone during free, The Downtown Bozeman Urban Renewal District (URD) will foster an economically thriving district that: Share & Bookmark Press Enter to show all options, press Tab go to next option. Placed on the lower “Ridge” in 1915 by Montana State University engineering students, the 240′ high, 100′ wide “M” was created to honor their 1918 graduating class. Take the relatively easy hike up the “M” Trail to the whitewashed “M” where you can see for miles. Concessions, seating and parking is available. This antique show is a fund raiser for the support of Little Bear School House Museum. This show is smoke free and family orientated. 11K likes. Hone those mixed-rock and ice climbing abilities! Seven schools will be on hand for the event. Over 300 booths of firearms and related items, cowboy and Indian memorabilia, bits, spurs and saddles, six shooters and old rifles, western and wildlife art, furniture, vintage clothing and jewelry, knives, books, prints and photos. Authentic cowboys and cowgirls dressed in 1800’s period clothing compete on horseback in a timed shooting event with 45-caliber single-action pistols for real Old West entertainment. Event concludes 8 a.m., Saturday. Family entertainment featuring the arts. The Gallatin Valley Farmers Market is every Saturday from the 3rd week in June through the 2nd week in September and runs from 9-noon. Like so many towns in the west, Bozeman has its own giant letter, an “M,” on the side of a mountain and visible for miles. The Downtown Bozeman Association and participating art galleries and businesses have extended the Art Walk season into winter! Enjoy the carnival and the Open Class or 4-H exhibits which include arts and crafts, gardening, floral, foods, needlework, photography, poultry and other livestock. The Montana State University-Bobcat Club Vintage Bobcat Gala and Auction will hold a live auction of twenty hard-to-get items and a silent auction of 50-60 items. 2:00-5:00pm – Museum of the Rockies Family Halloween Party family-friendly party, guaranteed to put everyone in that creepy, crawly Halloween spirit. At this time in 1992, Hawk Watch began standardized, single-site counts. Shop Early and Shop Local! 3:00-6:00pm – Trick or Treating in Downtown Bozeman, Downtown Bozeman More Information (586-4008), 3:00-6:00pm Leaf and Bean Children’s Halloween Party at Bozeman’s Downtown Leaf & Bean (587-1580), 5:00-7:00pm – Halloween Open House, Bozeman’s Emerson Cultural Center (587-9797), 4:00-7:00pm – Halloween Spook House, Bozeman’s Gallatin Pioneer Museum (522-8122). After the race, there will be refreshments, live music and awards. – Event Calendar 2019-2020: Art, Food, Theater, Music, Sports, Festivals, and More – Secret Things To Do In Bozeman – What’s Happening in Bozeman, Montana This Month? Offered free to the public, the Community Watershed Festival is made possible by business sponsors, volunteers, and other private donations. A Zoom account isn't required, Living Outside the Box: A Midwife Care Provider Enjoy entertainment, holiday treats, and horse drawn wagon rides. Join us every for Bozeman Farmers Market Tuesday from 5:00pm-8:00pm, from June through the 2nd week in September. Live rock and soul music, 8 – 10 p.m. Bring musical instruments and jam with the pros! Welcome to Mason's Hall Located in the center of historic downtown Bozeman Conventions Special Events Banquets Conferences Weddings & Receptions Scheduled Bands are TBD. Helpful. Proceeds go to rejuvenate Bogert Park! Call 406.994.2251 or visit the Museum’s website for things to do. Admission with button. Our 3rd annual Evening in Science The largest calendar of Bozeman events in the Gallatin Valley. Every thing sold at the market is homemade or homegrown. The evening event begins with a wine tasting and hor d’oeuvres and includes a bar, dinner, and other events. Light breakfast served Saturday, 6 – 8 a.m. Join us for live music and fun for 7 Wednesdays in July and August at Lunch on the Lawn, a FREE local event. Opens to General Public, Saturday, Nov 5, 10am-5pm – Open to Everyone. Bring your Consignments on Friday, November 4 between 10am and 7pm. Grab a bite to eat from food vendors that will be on site or step into a few of the downtown stores that stay open late! The Ellen Theatre opened for the first time on December 1, 1919, and has played many parts, including movie house, strip tease venue, vaudeville house, wedding place, high school playhouse, and now it has re-opened as Montana Theatre Works’ playhouse. By finishing one of the races, you qualify to win a trip to Dublin, Ireland to compete in the Dublin Marathon. Bozeman Art Walks occur on the second Friday of the months June through September, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at art galleries and businesses displaying artwork located along Main Street, Bozeman and at the Emerson Center for Arts and Culture. This annual event includes three buildings with over 75 dealers setting up booths of merchandise ranging from furniture, glassware, linens, to collectibles. Climb aboard a keelboat, out-run a grizzly bear, and see if you can lift a cradle-board like the one Sacajawea carried. 11K likes. Begins at 8:00 am at the Malmborg School on Jackson Creek Road, Bozeman. Vendors from around the area bring vegetables, arts, crafts, music, food and much more! The festival, which is free to the public, centers around an annual count each Fall of the largest known golden eagle migration in the United States. Bozeman’s Sweet Pea is a festival of the arts featuring a costume ball, dining on Main Street and entertainment in Bozeman’s Lindley Park, which includes music, dance, theater and children’s activities. Share. Our Annual Day in the Country features mini-classes, country picnic lunch and evening lecture. Pre-registration required. We would love to have you come and join us for a great time at this year’s Gallatin County Fair! The John Colter Cross Country Run is held at the Missouri Headwaters State Park in Three Forks, Montana, commemorating John Colter’s escape from the Blackfeet Indians. Hawk Watch International began full-season, fall migration raptor counts at this site in southwestern Montana’s Bridger mountain Range in 1991. Print Feedback. We urge independent verification of each and every item submitted, to the satisfaction of any prospective purchaser. Also, personal stories from 2 formerly homeless guests of Family Promise. Also enjoy a new noon-time Farmers Market; joining the traditional food vendors, will be local farmers, Emerson artists, shop owners, crafters and gardeners. Downtown Bozeman, Bozeman, MT. Buttons can be purchased from local merchants in Bozeman, or at the gate. Downtown Bozeman’s greatest holiday tradition is its Christmas Stroll, always on the first Saturday of December. Runner’s World voted Bozeman’s St. Patrick’s Day, Run to the Pub the second-best half marathon in the United States! The half marathon begins at 9:00 AM and the 10k begins at 9:45 AM. This antique show is a fund raiser for Little Bear School House Museum. HATCHfest is a 501 (c)3 non-profit. Welcome to Downtown Bozeman...Life is Downtown! Following the Lewis & Clark Trail, the Lewis and Clark Marathon (26.2 miles) 1/2 Marathon, Marathon Relay (4 entrants each run 1/4 of the marathon), 5K run/walk, and Kids’ Runs are held to commemorate the Bicentennial of Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery. Bring the kids from 6:30pm to 7:30pm for planned activities like Kenyon Noble’s Junior Carpenter program and educational games with the Museum of the Rockies and Children’s Museum. Come see presentations on raptor research, ecology, and conservation at local venues, as well as live-bird programs, ID seminars, raffles, and field trips from the Bridger Bowl Lodge to the migration site. Since 2010, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Montana Properties is excited to be partnered with One Warm Coat in hosting a local, Available for 3rd-5th graders. This Bozeman ice climbing festival will introduce new and old climbers to cutting edge clothing, equipment, and Montana ice climbing! This year’s LOL will be better than ever with a great lineup of local and regional musical acts to entertain during your lunch hour.