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June 2013

5th-5th - Pregnancy & Exercise: Rewards, Risks & Recommendations
Megan Peach, DPT, CSCS will review the benefits and risks of aerobic and resistance exercise during pregnancy and provide specific exercise recommendations for pregnant mothers. Q & A time with Megan after the talk. The seminar is free and open to the public.

Megan specializes in manual treatment of spinal dysfunction, as well as knee and shoulder pain. After receiving a Bachelor of Science in exercise science from Montana State University, Megan earned a doctorate in physical therapy from Duke University. Post-graduation, Megan became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and is currently a member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association. Shortly thereafter, Megan completed the Kaiser Permanente Residency program in advanced orthopedic manual physical therapy in San Francisco, California. Megan’s philosophy for physical therapy treatment embraces educating patients about the tools they need for enhancement of proper body movements during work and play to promote a pain and injury free active lifestyle.
excelptmt.com/2013/04/pregnancy-exercise-rewards-risks-recommendations-seminar-june-5th-2013-630pm/


January 2015

5th-May 18th - Aerial Fitness Classes-Aerial Strong
This fast paced class is designed to build full body strength and flexibility! Get a great workout as you move through stations on and off the floor. Class will utilize hoop, hammock, silks and trapeze but will focus on moving through exercises instead of aerial routines. Aerial Strong is a great addition to your weekly aerial practice or any workout routine!

No experience necessary. We love beginners! Ages 13+

Mondays, 6-7pm

Jan-May (check calendar for specific dates)

Call (406) 595-0909 to reserve your space today!
mountainairdance.org

5th-June 1st - Kids Aerial Classes
These classes take place in the air and on the ground with fun exercises that help your child improve their coordination, strength and self-esteem. With your helping hands, they will get an introduction to the exhilarating feeling of flight, learn to safely move on the apparatus, hang upside down and spin! Low-flying trapeze and aerial hammock are used in alternating sessions of this fast paced class.

3-5yrs Mondays, 10am
K-12yrs Mondays, 4:30pm

Winter Session 1 (Hammock): Jan 5-26
Winter Session 2 (Trapeze): Feb 2-23
Spring Session 1 (Hammock): Mar 2-30
(no class March 9th)
Spring Session 2 (Trapeze): Apr 6-27
Spring Session 3 (Hammock): May 4-June 1
(no class May 25th)

$70 per session

Call (406) 595-0909 to reserve your child's space today!
mountainairdance.org

8th-May 25th - Aerial Silks & Hammock
In this class students will get to experience multiple ways to be suspended by the silks (aerial fabric), including free hanging and aerial hammock. Stretch, hang, climb and find fantastically fun tricks in this mixed level class. Build total body strength and flexibility with a smile on your face :)

No experience necessary. We love beginners! Ages 13+

Thursdays, 7-8:30pm
Jan-May

Call (406) 595-0909 to reserve your space today!
mountainairdance.org

8th-May 28th - Aerial Hoop & Low-Flying Trapeze
Come learn the fundamentals of aerial dance in this one of a kind class! Students will build strength and flexibility as they progress at their own pace on the hoop (lyra) and the low-flying trapeze (dance trapeze). This mixed level class is designed to get people from all walks of life off their feet and into the air!

No experience necessary. We love beginners! Ages 13+

Thursdays, 5:30-7pm

Jan-May (check calendar for specific dates)
mountainairdance.org


February 2015

2nd-March 30th - Aerial Yoga Class
Restore, energize and fly with Bozeman aerial Fitness! Experience weightlessness and the joy of flight in our aerial yoga classes. We fuse the traditional poses of yoga with aerial arts in a aerial hammock. We flow through an hour and 15 minute class decompressing the spine, stretching tight spots and working the back, arms and core muscles. We welcome all levels of fitness. Come experience our energizing aerial yoga practice.
http://www.bozemanaerialfitness.com/#!aerial-yoga/c66t

7th-March 14th - Early Travel to Yellowstone National Park 6 part Class
The Gallatin History Museum is sponsoring this 6 part class series taught by Bozeman author M. Mark Miller. The course will cover the history of the area that is now Yellowstone Park from its discovery by Euro-Ameircans in the early 1800s through the Model-T Era. Park history will come alive through stories in the words of the people who lived the adventure of visiting the world’s first national park when it was new and be illustrated with historic photographs.

The course will meet for six consecutive Saturdays (Feb. 7 through March 14) from 9:30 to 11 a.m. In the Community Room of the Gallatin County Courthouse at 311 West Main, Bozeman). Admission is free for members of the Gallatin Historical Society and $5 at the door for non-members. The fee will include admission to the Gallatin History Museum at 317 West Main. Interested persons can purchase memberships at the door.

The course is designed to attend a single class or the series in whole.

There will be a reception with cookies and coffee follow each meeting at the Gallatin History Museum, which is next door to the Courthouse
http://gallatinhistorymuseum.org/event/early-travel-to-yellowstone-national-park-class-series/


March 2015

5th - Western - Bozeman Doc Series screening
On Thursday, March 5th, the Bozeman Doc Series will present the Montana premiere of the award-winning documentary Western.

In Eagle Pass, Texas, where the U.S. and Mexico meet along the Rio Grande, a cattleman and the mayor face the dawn of a new reality. In the matter of a few turbulent months, the specter of cartel violence begins to loom from upriver, leading to an indefinite border closure and its rippling consequences on the homefront. Martín Wall’s livelihood depends on bringing cattle across the border to market, and his frustrations grow by the day as he reflects on supporting his young daughter. Meanwhile, Eagle Pass Mayor Chad Foster, a proud champion of the region, strives to convince the people (and perhaps himself) that the communities along the border can remain close and harmonious. Amongst these struggles, a rich tapestry of life along the border emerges: we behold on the dusty plains an aspiring rodeo hero, a spirited bullfight, the chatter of old-timers at a greasy spoon, the vigilance of a retired Border Patrolman at the Rio, plentiful mariachi music, and the kind of frequent and vigorous celebration that’s inseparable from living on the edge of the frontier as the world changes.

In Western, the Ross brothers navigate the mythic terrain of the American West, capturing human moments, dramatic stories, and the lived experience of life on the border.

The Hollywood Reporter calls the film, “Top-notch…intimate and memorable…an eye-opening portrait.”

Western world-premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January, 2015, where it won a Special Jury Prize for Verité Filmmaking.

Doors open at 6:30 PM, and the films begins at 7:00. Tickets are available at the door or before the show at Cactus Records and Movie Lovers. Tickets are also available online at www.bozemandocseries.org, where you can buy 7 film punch cards, learn more about the series, and view trailers for upcoming films. The series will continue through April with one screening every two weeks.
www.bozemandocseries.org

16th - Nutrition Workshop at Fitintuit
Want to know the difference between a macronutrient and a micronutrient. Or understand why some carbs are "good" and some are "bad" Kris Bodean of fitintuit will be offering a 5 week course every monday evening starting March 16th at 5:15.Learn about nutrition concepts to help live a long, happy and healthy life.
www.fitintuit.net

19th - Being Evel - Bozeman Doc Series screening
On Thursday, March 19th, the Bozeman Doc Series will present Being Evel, the latest film from Academy Award-winning director Daniel Junge.

In the history of sports, few names are more recognizable than that of Evel Knievel. Long after the man hung up his famous white leather jumpsuit and rode his Harley into the sunset, his name is still synonymous with the death-defying lifestyle he led. Notoriously brash, bold, and daring, Knievel stared death in the face from the seat of his motorcycle, but few know the larger-than-life story of the boy from Butte, Montana.

After an adolescence riddled with petty thievery and general rabble-rousing, Knievel set his sights on superstardom, a feat he achieved when televisions around the world aired the startling crash footage of his 1967 attempt to jump the fountains at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The jump was spectacular, but the failed landing that sent him skidding like a ragdoll across the asphalt was the main attraction. Throughout the 1970s, his legacy as King of the Daredevils spawned action figures, movies, and a generation of kids who wanted to be just like Evel.

Featuring insights from family, friends, and current action sports superstars who were inspired by Evel’s iconic career, Being Evel immerses you in a life story so incredible that you’d swear it was a tall tale.

“A propulsive, rocket-powered kick…The documentary, like its subject, is unapologetically dazzling.” Indiewire

Being Evel world-premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January, 2015.

Doors open at 6:30 PM, and the films begins at 7:00. Tickets are available at the door or before the show at Cactus Records and Movie Lovers. Tickets are also available online at www.bozemandocseries.org, where you can buy 7 film punch cards, learn more about the series, and view trailers for upcoming films. The series will continue through April with one screening every two weeks.
www.bozemandocseries.org

20th - Bingo at The Baxter!
Come try your luck at The Baxter for a chance to win over $300 in cash! Doors open on the Mezzanine Level at 6:30.
www.facebook.com/events/795484450544781/


May 2015

1st - At First Glace
1-5 p.m. Free
Location: Bozeman Public Library – Large Conference Room
626 E. Main, Bozeman, MT
Intermountain Opera Bozeman presents your chance to observe the nationally recognized guest artists (some returning) and our talented local artists performing Puccini’s two one-act operas “Suor Angelica” and “Gianni Schicchi” from his “Il Trittico”, working together for the first time. Viewing this rehearsal allows you to see the very beginnings of what will culminate in spectacular performances two weeks later. Tickets for the May 15 and 17 performances are available online at www.intermountainopera.org or by calling 406-587-2889. New patron and student discounts are available.
www.intermountainopera.org

15th - Suor Angelica & Gianni Schicchi
Time: 7 P.m.
Location: Willson Auditorium, 404 W. Main St. Bozeman, MT
Intermountain Opera Bozeman presents an operatic double bill, featuring Giacomo Puccini’s “Suor Angelica” and Gianni Schicchi”.

Both operas will be sung in Italian with English supertitles. Maestro Christopher Allen will conduct our orchestra and Jeffrey Buchman will direct our talented cast. “Suor Angelica” and “Gianni Schicchi” are two of the three one-act operas featured in Puccini’s “Il Trittico”, which explore our mortality from two different perspectives. One tells the story of a noblewoman who gave birth to an illegitimate son then was retired to a convent, the other (the only comedy produced by Puccini) shows how greedy family members impersonate a recently-departed relative to re-write his will their way and learn a lesson of their own.

Tickets range from $25 to $75 reserved seating, with students discounted 50% and new patrons discounted 25%. The Ticket Office is located at 104 East Main, Suite 101 and is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tickets can be purchased on our website www.intermountainopera.org or by calling our office at 406-587-2889.
www.intermountainopera.org

17th - Suor Angelica & Gianni Schicchi
Time: 3 p.m.
Location: Willson Auditorium, 404 W. Main St. Bozeman, MT
Intermountain Opera Bozeman presents an operatic double bill, featuring Giacomo Puccini’s “Suor Angelica” and Gianni Schicchi”.

Both operas will be sung in Italian with English supertitles. Maestro Christopher Allen will conduct our orchestra and Jeffrey Buchman will direct our talented cast. “Suor Angelica” and “Gianni Schicchi” are two of the three one-act operas featured in Puccini’s “Il Trittico”, which explore our mortality from two different perspectives. One tells the story of a noblewoman who gave birth to an illegitimate son then was retired to a convent, the other (the only comedy produced by Puccini) shows how greedy family members impersonate a recently-departed relative to re-write his will their way and learn a lesson of their own.

Tickets range from $25 to $75 reserved seating, with students discounted 50% and new patrons discounted 25%. The Ticket Office is located at 104 East Main, Suite 101 and is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tickets can be purchased on our website at www.intermountainopera.org or by calling our office at 406-587-2889.
www.intermountainopera.org

17th - Bozeman Walk MS is May 17
Thousands of people will rally on Sunday, May 17, to end multiple sclerosis at Walk MS 2015, presented by St. Vincent Healthcare, at Summit Resource International in Bozeman. One of hundreds of fundraising walks across the nation that draw 300,000 people to the MS movement, proceeds from Walk MS support research and local programs and services for people living with or affected by multiple sclerosis. For more information and to participate, volunteer or donate, call the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater Northwest Chapter at 406-252-5927, or visit www.walkMS.org.


June 2015

6th - 17th Annual Watershed Festival
Hosted by Montana Outdoor Science School and the US Fish & Wildlife Service, the 17th Annual Watershed Festival is a free community event on Saturday, June 6th, from 9a-2p in celebration of local watersheds! Kids can catch 2 Rainbow Trout for free and see live Montana Raptors up close! Join us for fun education activities, meet local community organizations, explore science through art, and eat great food! Kick your summer off and come play in the water with us!
www.outdoorscience.org/Watershed




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