The weekend is upon us and the weather is going to be beautiful. Many events are planned for Southwestern Montana and this is place to find them and plan out your weekend.
Tai Chi 9:30 AM MDT – 10:20 AM Free Tai Chi classes continue. Please practice social distancing.
Live with Chandler Huntley 5 PM MDT – 8 PM MDT at the Star Restaurant Nevada City, MT
Dan Henry at The Den 6 PM MDT – 9 PM MDT The Den Steakhouse and Bar in Dillon, Montana will be hosting a night of live music with Dan Henry and his One Man Band June 4th from 6-9pm. Come take part in an evening of delicious food, cold drinks, and the musical stylings of Dan "The Harp Man" Henry as he takes the stage with his original Montana music and countless unique covers from the 60s and 70's up to today
Rocky's Roadhouse One Year Anniversary 7 PM MDT – 10 PM MDT Bluebelly is road tripping through the ruby valley to raise the roof at Rockys Roadhouse. One year anniversary that will surely consist of drinking, dancing, debauchery, and red meat!
Playing June 4th, 5th, & 6th Side one: Spirit: Untamed Rated PG Runtime 1 hr 27 min
Side two: Cruella Rated PG-13 Runtime 2 hr 14 min
Gates open at 8:00 pm. Shows start at dusk (about 9:15 pm)
Tickets are $6 ages four and up. Ages three and under are free. Cash only
Big Sky Cinema Cruella 4P.M. & 6:45 P.M. A Quiet Pale II 4:15 P.M. & 7 P.M.
How Does a Flower Save Your Life? "Flower power" is more than just a catchy phrase. From the dawn of time, humans have been using plants to their benefit in a multitude of ways. But how do you know which ones you can make medicine from? What about a basket or a tool? How can you tell a poisonous plant from an edible one? In this campground talk, you will explore overlooked natural knowledge and expand your plant identification skills!
This is the third presentation in Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park’s annual Friday Summer Speakers Series, which introduces a new speaker each Friday at 8:00 PM throughout the summer.
About the speaker: Emily Dickerson is an AmeriCorps member serving at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park. She grew up going on walkabouts with her grandfather, learning which plants were edible, dangerous, and useful in the Texas panhandle prairie, a seemingly barren land. While receiving her degree in anthropology, she got interested in green spaces, and focused her research on the ways in which humans interact with the plant life around them.
When: June 4th at 8:00 PM Where: The campground amphitheater at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park