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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

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


April 2015

1st-June 1st - Seneca Boards, Locally handcrafted skis and split boards preseason sale!
Seneca Boards, a Bozeman-based, ski and snowboard manufacturer established in 2006, announced a 4-month early limited edition release of the 2016 backcountry specific skis and split-boards. The early release was timed to encourage backcountry skiing after the ski resorts closed, to help with extra production during the winter, and to offer a great deal to skiers and snowboarders that support the company.
One of the company’s core philosophies has been to challenge the status quo in the ski and snowboard industry. If releasing the skis early isn’t unique enough, the technology in their construction certainly is. The new backcountry skis feature a hybrid construction of fiberglass, Kevlar and carbon fiber. Carbon fiber is roughly twice as strong as steel, and 1⁄4 the weight.
Seneca started development of their carbon skis nearly two seasons ago. Working with it required working closely with their epoxy supplier to develop new heating and curing cycles. They also worked with their new carbon fiber supplier, the same supplier and sponsor of NASA’s space shuttle program, to calculate and calibrate the new flex of the ski. The result is a ski that is livelier, stronger, and up to 1.5lbs lighter. To illustrate the complexity of the ski, the carbon fiber skis have a clear top-sheet that allows you to see the delicate weave of the carbon fiber inside.
The company’s 8 seasons of manufacturing and a focus on customer involvement have showed a trend towards customers’ interest in saving money while still buying a premium product. To give people an opportunity to do so Seneca Boards sells their products in limited editions straight from the factory to avoid the markup of traditional retailers. As sales slow in the spring, Seneca creates demand by offering customers large savings for buying skis early for the following season, similar to local ski resorts offering deep discounts for season passes purchased in the spring.
Seneca Boards will put the backcountry skis and split-boards on sale for a limited time for 25% off and release a limited edition of 50 pairs, each hand numbered and signed personally by the owner.
http://www.senecaboards.com/

1st-June 1st - Seneca Boards, Locally handcrafted skis and split boards preseason sale!
Seneca Boards, a Bozeman-based, ski and snowboard manufacturer established in 2006, announced a 4-month early limited edition release of the 2016 backcountry specific skis and split-boards. The early release was timed to encourage backcountry skiing after the ski resorts closed, to help with extra production during the winter, and to offer a great deal to skiers and snowboarders that support the company.
One of the company’s core philosophies has been to challenge the status quo in the ski and snowboard industry. If releasing the skis early isn’t unique enough, the technology in their construction certainly is. The new backcountry skis feature a hybrid construction of fiberglass, Kevlar and carbon fiber. Carbon fiber is roughly twice as strong as steel, and 1⁄4 the weight.
Seneca started development of their carbon skis nearly two seasons ago. Working with it required working closely with their epoxy supplier to develop new heating and curing cycles. They also worked with their new carbon fiber supplier, the same supplier and sponsor of NASA’s space shuttle program, to calculate and calibrate the new flex of the ski. The result is a ski that is livelier, stronger, and up to 1.5lbs lighter. To illustrate the complexity of the ski, the carbon fiber skis have a clear top-sheet that allows you to see the delicate weave of the carbon fiber inside.
The company’s 8 seasons of manufacturing and a focus on customer involvement have showed a trend towards customers’ interest in saving money while still buying a premium product. To give people an opportunity to do so Seneca Boards sells their products in limited editions straight from the factory to avoid the markup of traditional retailers. As sales slow in the spring, Seneca creates demand by offering customers large savings for buying skis early for the following season, similar to local ski resorts offering deep discounts for season passes purchased in the spring.
Seneca Boards will put the backcountry skis and split-boards on sale for a limited time for 25% off and release a limited edition of 50 pairs, each hand numbered and signed personally by the owner.
www.senecaboards.com

27th-May 8th - Paws to de-Stress
The MSU Library has partnered with Intermountain Therapy Animals to bring stress-relieving canines into the library during the last two weeks of the semester! Check out the schedule below, and stop by the Renne Library to "Paws to de-Stress."

April 27 – May 1

Monday: 3-5pm

Tuesday: 2-4pm

Wednesday: 12-2pm

Thursday: 1-3pm

Friday: 12-2pm


May 4 – May 8

Monday: 2-4pm

Tuesday: 3-5pm

Wednesday: 11am-1pm

Thursday: 1-3pm

Friday: 11am-noon
spirs.lib.montana.edu/blog/events/paws-de-stress-therapy-dogs-msu-library/


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

1st - Arbor Day Celebration
The City of Bozeman Forestry Division and Bozeman Forestry Board is hosting an Arbor Day celebration at the Library on Friday May 1st. Festivities begin at 9:45 and conclude around 4:00. There will be activities for all ages including story time and tree walks. Tree saplings will be available for people to take home and trees will be planted throughout the day. For the day’s schedule of events check out the Forestry Division’s page on Bozeman.net
www.bozeman.net/Departments-%281%29/Park--Rec-Cemetery/Forestry/Home

1st - Sprouts & Spirits
Come discover your green thumb and welcome spring by growing your own garnish while enjoying a tasty beverage! Expert Caralee Schmitt, Bozeman’s own Plant Lady, will be providing instruction on planting techniques and home care for your mini herb garden. After planting your three herbs, head over to our bar to learn how to utilize your sprouts in our featured cocktails. Enjoy your drink? Take the recipe home! Pots, plants, and snacks provided.
www.thebaxterhotel.com/events/sprouts-spirits/

4th-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.

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.

29th - Sex Trivia Night
Bridgercare presents the 3rd annual Sex Trivia Night on May 29, 2015 at 6:30pm at the Beall Park Recreation Center.

Attendees must be 21 or over and bring ID to the event. No exceptions! Presold tickets only, $35 each. To purchase tickets, go to bridgercare.org/eventsnews/ or contact Juliane McLean at jmclean@bridgercare.org or 587-0681 ext. 37.

This exclusive event will be capped at 72 attendees, so get your tickets now! Every attendee will take home a new mini bullet vibrator from Erotique.

Sex Trivia is sponsored by The Birth Place, Cello, The Birth Center and the Susan Wicklund Fund Board of Directors and will consist of four rounds of ten questions each with an action mad minute at the end of every round.

Bridger Brewing and Plonk will sponsor an open beer and wine bar and Food for Thought and Elle’s Belles Bakery will serve up delicious food and desserts.

The Community Food Co-op is sponsoring a fun photo booth to make the memories last!

Spruce & Honey waxing parlor, Lockhorn Cider House and Erotique are giving away fantastic raffle prizes and of course the smartest sexperts will be rewarded with prizes as well!

Sex Trivia Night aims to debunk common sex myths in a fun and educational way by empowering individuals with accurate information and encouraging everyone to start conversations about sexual healthcare and education.

About Bridgercare:
Bridgercare provides excellent, affordable reproductive and sexual healthcare and education in a safe, supportive, empowering atmosphere. We are a non-profit, family planning clinic that provides services to men and women regardless of ability to pay. We seek to improve the lives and future prospects of children and families. Our specific strategy is to prevent unplanned pregnancy and promote preventative health. If we are successful, child and family well-being will improve.
http://www.bridgercare.org/eventsnews/


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

6th - National Trails Day
Every year, Gallatin Valley Land Trust and dozens of local volunteers join communities across the country to celebrate National Trails. This year, GVLT, with the support of individuals and work teams from throughout the community, will be resurfacing some of the most heavily used portions of the Gallagator Trail, as well as several other smaller projects along the way. This event is perfect for families and people of varying physical abilities. Volunteer registration begins at 8:30 am. Projects will wrap up around 12:00 and lunch, generously provided by Schnee’s Boots & Shoes, will be served back at the GVLT office.
gvlt.org

13th - Eagle Mount’s 20th Annual Western Rendezvous
Eagle Mount Bozeman will hold its 20th annual Western Rendezvous in their indoor riding arena, 6901 Goldenstein Lane. This event features a barbecue dinner, children’s carnival, live and silent auction, and a barn dance to the music of the Rocky Mountain Pearls. The Children’s carnival will start at 4:00 p.m., dinner will be served at 6:00 p.m., and a fun filled evening will last until 11 p.m. It’s a great occasion to bring the entire family to!
All proceeds directly benefit Eagle Mount’s therapeutic recreational programs for people with disabilities and children fighting cancer. Ticket prices are $65 for a family (2 adults, 2 children), $29 for adults and $8 for children (12 and younger). Tables of eight can also be reserved for $250 to ensure a great seat for the entire night. Tickets available at Eagle Mount (406)586-1781, eaglemount.org or at Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply N. 7th Ave. & Four Corners. We hope to see you at the Western Rendezvous!
www.eaglemount.org

15th-17th - MSU Football JPD Camp
Junior Player Development Camp: is geared for those campers who are looking for FULL CONTACT. This camp is open to those campers who are entering the 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th grades in the fall of 2015. This camp will emphasize both offensive & defensive individual technique, position specific drills and situational competitions. In addition, teams will compete head to head in games for the title of Camp Champ! Gear will be provided as part of the camp tuition. The camp will be three and half days with lunch provided 15TH – 17th. The camp ends on Thursday at 12:00 p.m. with a Round-Robin tournament.
Bozeman: June 15-18
Bobcat Stadium
Cost: $175.00
Camp includes: T-Shirt & Gatorade/Lunch-daily
Time: 15th – 17th 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
18th – 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
www.msubobcats.com/camps

20th - Longest Day of Trails
Dawn-to-dusk bike rides highlight the Longest Day of Trails, an upcoming celebration of Bozeman’s extraordinary trail system co-sponsored by the Gallatin Valley Land Trust and Gallatin Valley Bike Club. One of GVLT’s most important membership drives of the year, Longest Day of Trails will take place on Saturday, June 20, 2015, from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm and will includes guided bike rides from for all abilities and ages through the Main Street to the Mountains trail system.
gvlt.org

22nd-24th - MSU Football Youth Summer Camp
Youth Camp: is NON-CONTACT and geared for grades K-6th. This camp is designed to get kids excited about the sport of football. Specific focus will be put on competition, sportsmanship & teamwork while learning the fundamentals of football. Campers will compete against one another in head-to-head position drills, obstacle challenges & a Round-Robin Cat Ball tournament at the end of camp. Camp includes: T-shirt & Gatorade (daily) & Autograph session w/ Bobcat players.
www.msubobcats.com/camps

25th-August 13th - Music on Main
MUSIC ON MAIN, a free, all-ages outdoor summer concert series celebrates its 10th anniversary of bringing highly talented local and national musicians of diverse genres to Teton Valley, Idaho! Every Thursday in Victor City Park from June 25th through August 13th. For our 2015 Summer Lineup please go to: http://tetonvalleyfoundation.org/music-on-main/
www.tetonvalleyfoundation.org


August 2015

29th - Digger Days
Think you’ve got what it takes to operate big construction equipment? Want to find out? Mark your calendar for Eagle Mount’s 5th Annual Digger Days, Saturday August 29th from 9am to 4pm at the TMC - Cook/Lehrkind Gravel Pit on Dollar Drive off Frontage Road in Belgrade! You’ll be able to sit in the cab and operate the controls of nearly 40 pieces of the biggest, baddest construction equipment around! Kids of all ages are welcome to join in the food, fun, and festivities! Admission to a day of diggin’ is $5 for all ages which includes a full day pass for all activities. All proceeds benefit Eagle Mount’s therapeutic recreational programs. For more information please call (406) 586-1781 or visit our website.
www.eaglemount.org


October 2015

10th - Raw Deal Run
Raw Deal Run
October 10, 2015
Race starts at 10:00am
Location: The Raw Deal Ranch, McLeod, MT (16 miles south of Big Timber)

The 10th Annual Raw Deal Run will be held Saturday, October 10th at 10:00 am. The fun run course takes participants through two private ranches south of Big Timber that allow unprecedented access for this event.

More information will be shared on our website at www.sweetgrassf.org closer to the event date.

Contact: Sweet Grass Community Foundation 406-932-3090 or email events@sweetgrasscf.org
sweetgrasscommunityfoundation.org/




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