4th - Liberty Dash 2016
Start July 4th with a patriotic run along the Yellowstone River! The LIBERTY DASH 2016 has both a 5K run/walk course, and a challenging 10K run, to leave you ready for fireworks and festivities. All proceeds go to support Livingston’s non-profit teen center – Landon’s Lookout. A 1 mile Fun Run for kids starts the day at 8:15 am, in Sacajawea Park, followed by the 5K/10K start at 8:45 am. Entry cost is $20 ($10 under 16), and includes a race backpack and water bottle for all participants. Register online at www.landonslookout.com, or print the registration form and mail to Landon’s Lookout, 110 E. Lewis Street, Livingston MT 59047. Contact the Race Director, with questions at email@example.com or (406) 223-7112.
4th - Festival of the Fourth
The Bozeman Symphony and Gallatin Empire Lions Club present the Festival of the Fourth at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds in Bozeman, Montana on July 4, 2016. The Bozeman Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Matthew Savery will perform a program of patriotic and pops favorites at 9:00 PM, leading into the traditional fireworks display at 10:30 PM. The concert and fireworks are FREE and open to the public.
8th - Yellowstone Art Opening
(Bozeman, MT) The Ecce Gallery, located inside the Emerson Cultural Center, is hosting an art opening that will explore a prismatic expression into the abstract, called “Yellowstone.” It will feature bright, bold colors painted by featured artist, Valerie Oechslin. Complimentary appetizers and beverages will be provided by The Emerson Grill.
The event will be held on Friday, July 8 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. For more information, please visit www.eccefineart.com.
The Ecce Gallery, owned by Robin Chopus, represents a rotating cast of unique and eclectic artwork. The space also doubles as a private dining room for The Emerson Grill where diners can enjoy their meal amidst stunning fine art.
8th-11th - The Compassion Experience
The Compassion Experience will introduce you and your family to the daily realities of a child in extreme poverty. The sights and sounds of a developing-world community will come alive as you journey from hardship to hope in this free, immersive experience.
July 8-11 at The Commons at Baxter and Love, 1794 Baxter Lane East in Bozeman. Reserve your spot today at CompassionExperience.com.
22nd - Old Faithful Open Golf Scramble
Join the Yellowstone Park Foundation at Black Bull Golf Community in Bozeman, MT for this great opportunity for local businesses and community members to network, make new friends, and support the world’s first and most iconic national park - Yellowstone.
Following the four-person scramble, the party will continue poolside with a Hawaiian-themed luau featuring a silent auction filled with special vacation packages, local goods, and a variety of art. You will also have an opportunity to meet Yellowstone National Park Superintendent Dan Wenk and learn about current happenings in the park. If you have any questions regarding the tournament, please contact Elle Winchester at 406-586-6303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Register at www.ypf.org/golf.