1st-31st - Aerial Fabric, Trapeze, and Lyra (Hoop) Class
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays 5:30-6:30 pm. Progress at your own level in aerial fabric and trapeze class (plus lyra on Tuesdays) - whether you are a newcomer, beginner, or intermediate aerialist. Beginners work on balancing, climbing, swinging, and basic poses and sequences. Intermediate aerialists work through the Level 2-4 curriculum. Class focuses on building strength, flexibility, and strong technique. No experience necessary. $18/class, $75 for five classes, or $90 for unlimited classes and open gym for 30 days. Call 406-599-4415 or email email@example.com to reserve your space. Visit www.aerialartsofbozeman.com and Facebook for photos and more information.
4th - Bridges to Hope Screening and Conversation
The Gallatin Mental Health Center (GMHC) in cooperation with the Montana State University Office of the Dean of Students are proud to present a film screening and educational opportunity for the community of Bozeman. The event will be held on Wednesday, May 4th, 2016 at the Procrastinator Theatre on the Montana State University campus.
The event will include speakers from the community including Nadine Grayl from Bozeman Health Spiritual Services, Joy Eiland from Community Health Partners and Ryan Niehus from Counseling and Psychological Services and a presentation about the services provided by the Hope House and their area partners. Following this community conversation, there will be a presentation of the feature length documentary film “Bridges to Hope: Hope House and the Community”. The film, produced locally by Rising Awareness Productions contains interviews from Hope House staff and community partners including Representative Ron Ehli (R), Western Montana Mental Health C.E.O. Jodi Daly, Montana Crisis Intervention Team Coordinator Jim Anderson, and Jim Hajny of Montana’s Peer Network.
5th - MSU Library Trout & Salmonid Lecture Series presents Thomas McGuane
The MSU Library Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series is excited to welcome Thomas McGuane, award-winning author and angling enthusiast, as the 2016 Trout Lecture keynote speaker.
McGuane will present "Does Fishing Mean Anything?" on Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at the Museum of the Rockies Hager Auditorium. A reception will follow.
Thanks to contributions from generous donors, this event is free and open to the public.
Seating is limited, so pre-registration is advised. Register online at calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/16913 or by calling 406-994-6857.
Each year, the MSU Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series hosts a world-renowned speaker and offers a free lecture event to the MSU and Bozeman communities on the general subject of trout and salmonid studies.
5th - Tending to Trauma - A FREE Community Education Class
“Trauma is any experience which overwhelms one’s normal coping mechanisms.”
Join us for an experiential and educational evening led by
Patti Gehman, PT & Anne Riemer, LCPC
Location: Health in Motion Physical Therapy + Wellness
3985 Valley Commons Drive
Bozeman, MT 59718
Happening Thursday, 5/5/16
This class is for you if…
• You have had a traumatic experience in which you felt overwhelmed, and that experience of being overwhelmed has continued to impact and influence your capacity or quality of functioning.
• There things that you experience as difficult, and are unclear why they are challenging for you.
• You want to discover new ways to care for yourself during/after a traumatic event or injury.
• You never got a chance to bring “completion” to an overwhelming event or experience.
• You are drawn to this class and are unsure why.
What to Expect…
• Education – Connecting the emotional body to the physical body while learning to listen to & lean in to the voice of your body
• Introduction to Trauma releasing exercises
• Experiential journaling activity*
*Bring a journal if you have one. Some available on-site.
Participants are invited to share as little or as much about their personal experiences as they would like.
Class size is limited. Call 406-585-4642 to register!
11th - Bozeman SCORE Business Workshop: Business Goals to Website Goals, Understanding Web Analytics
Learn to measure and meet your business goals through your online presence. 11:45AM - 1:15PM. Bozeman Public Library, Large Community Room. Free. Presented by Drew Schug, owner of Big Storm LLC
11th - Catering under the Big Sky and Vino Per Tutti Wine Dinner
Our special discounted event! Join us for our second Wine and Food Pairing Dinner with local wine shop Vino Per Tutti. Each delicious course is paired with a delectable wine. Our menu will be created with an Italian theme. $65 per person or $120 per couple (gratuity not included). Advance tickets only. Call 406-585-0595 for tickets. To enter our ticket drawing visit facebook.com/CateringundertheBigSky
13th-14th - GALLATIN HISTORY MUSEUM’S 4TH ANNUAL BARN WEEKEND
The Lecture & Pie Social on Friday, May 13th will feature barns built in Gallatin County. The 4th Annual Barn Tour, led by Montana State University Associate Professor Maire O’Neill will discuss the construction and historic relevance of Gallatin Valley Horse Barns. .
19th - Symphony at the Shane
Bozeman Symphony concertmaster Carrie Krause and chamber ensemble Absaroka Winds will perform a concert at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts – 415 East Lewis Street, Livingston, MT - on Thursday, May 19, at 7:30 PM. Each performance showcases two diverse soloists and ensembles. You’ll be wowed by these fantastic musicians and proud to know they are your neighbors! Symphony at the Shane would not be possible without help from our concert sponsors: Sal & Carol Lalani, Donald B. Gimbel, PayneWest Insurance & Printing For Less. Tickets are $15/adult, $10/student, senior and available by calling 585-9774 or online, bozemansymphony.org. Tickets for this event can be purchased in advance or at the door.
21st - AALRM Run for Recovery 5K/10K
Join us Saturday, May 21st for the 3rd annual Run for Recovery 5K/10K fundraiser hosted in the heart of beautiful Gallatin Valley, Montana. Start your weekend with a morning dash, casual jaunt, or refreshing walk through Black Bull subdivision while soaking in 360 degree mountain views.
The start/finish line will be in the parking lot of The Commons at Baxter & Love (1794 Baxter Lane Bozeman, MT 59718). Your entry fee includes a performance race day running shirt, custom bib, Competitive Timing chip timing device, lunch, awards & door prizes. The race will commence at 9:30 a.m. and will be followed by awards, lunch, door prizes, and fun. There will be categories by age and gender and also a walking/stroller division. We welcome the whole family to join us!
All proceeds from the race will support Alive Again Life Recovery Mission (AALRM). AALRM exists for the purpose of creating a safe Christian environment for individuals of all ages to fellowship, learn and heal from addiction and addiction-related effects. Our goal is to promote health and wellness by offering the opportunity to “Run for Recovery.”
Every $10 donation will be entered to win an all-expenses-paid trip for 2 to Cancun, Mexico. So if you add a $20 donation to your entry, you will have two chances to win, etc. The trip includes roundtrip airfare, transfers, and all-inclusive accommodations in a beautiful, ocean-side resort. The winner will be announced after the race during our awards presentation. You do not have to be present to win.
25th - Bozeman SCORE Business Workshop: How to Effectively Increase Leads & Sales Through Digital Marketing
Learn how to deploy a FOCUSED marketing strategy the right way, the first time. 8:30AM - 11:30AM. Stockman Bank @ Oak St. Pre-registration required (email firstname.lastname@example.org to request more info). Presented by Travis Wiley, owner of Objective UI.