1st-February 22nd - Frame Your Future Photo Project+Contest
\"Frame Your Future\" is a photography contest for people who love living in the Gallatin Valley. To enter, take a photo – or use a photo you already have – to represent what makes where we live special to you. Professionals, amateurs and people of all ages can participate by submitting a photo in one of five categories: (1) Buildings and Neighborhoods, (2) Public Spaces, (3) History & Heritage, (4) The Natural World, (5) People and Community.
You can upload your photo(s), for free, to our website along with your name and a short caption. Submissions will be accepted through January 10th, 2014. 10 prizes, each worth $100.00, will be awarded to the photographers who receive the most votes during online voting January 10 - 31.
A hosted gala to celebrate the photos, participants, and winners will be held on Saturday, February 22nd, 2014 with complementary food and beverage provided to those who attend. Good luck!
8th - Restorative Aerial Yoga
Emphasis on chilling out! Go inward as we work on breathing, releasing our bodies and letting go of stress. This class is designed with a lower hammock to utilize the combination of the hammock float and the ground. We will work a slow flow through poses spending longer amounts of time passively stretching and letting our bodies relax. Class is held at the Bozeman Aerial Fitness studio on West Main Street. Drop-in and join us.
More info on the website.
12th - Restorative Aerial Yoga
Emphasis on chilling out! Go inward as we work on breathing, releasing our bodies and letting go of stress. This class is designed with a lower hammock to utilize the combination of the hammock float and the ground. We will work a slow flow through poses spending longer amounts of time passively stretching and letting our bodies relax. Class is held at the BAF studio on West Main Street. Drop-in and join us.
14th - Sip Before the Symphony
Sip Before the Symphony Wine Tasting:
Saturday, December 14, 5:30 - 7pm
Emerson Cultural Center Galleria Hall, 111 S. Grand Ave, Bozeman
The Galleria at the Emerson continues its 4th Annual Sip Before the Symphony with a wine tasting event hosted by Vino Per Tutti, on Saturday, December 14, from 5:30 - 7pm. The Bozeman Symphony's program titled Eternal Light will showcase "radiant" music to celebrate the holidays and "illuminate the spirit". Featured Sip Before the Symphony wines will be "Wines to Entertain With".
Participate in the "Sip" for $10 with Symphony tickets, and $15 without, payable at the door. Attendees must be 21 or older to sample wine, and symphony attendance is not required to participate in the wine tasting event. Call 586-8079 for more information on the Sip Before the Symphony. For Bozeman Symphony tickets, visit www.bozemansymphony.org or call 585-9774.
19th - Ring We Now of Christmas, an evening with Bells of the Bridgers
Join Bells of the Bridgers and special guest musicians on December 19 at 7:00 pm for an evening ringing in the Christmas season at Frist Baptist Church, 120 South Grand Avenue, Bozeman. Music will range from traditional hymns to the Russian Dance from The Nutcracker to "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas." The concert is free and open to the public.
28th - James Sewell Ballet
Founded two decades ago in New York to perform innovative work that explores the technical boundaries of ballet, choreographer and co-founder James Sewell has been called “one of American ballet’s most inventive choreographers.” An incredibly versatile dance-maker, Sewell’s works range from comic reenactments of Garrison Keillor’s “Guy Noir, Private Eye” family-friendly renditions of Miss Spider’s Tea, to contemporary works that explore music and movement with boundary-breaking excitement.