JULY -AUGUST 2019
Due to mechanical problems, A Carousel for Missoula will be closed indefinitely. Carousel staff and volunteers are working hard to find a solution and we will share more information with you as it becomes available.
MThe City of Missoula has begun its annual Chip Seal Street Maintenance Program. The work will cover about 120 blocks throughout the city. The oil and gravel chips mixture seals the asphalt surface from weather erosion and extends the life of the pavement.
Join Missoula Parks and Recreation this week for Folf in the Parks, Jr. Swim Instructor course at Splash Montana and so much more! Register online at www.missoulaparks.org/register. For more information, or to register in person, call 721-PARK (7275), visit www.missoulaparks.org, or stop by Currents Aquatics Center.
Register by August 1 for Jr. Playmakers Flag Football and Jr. Playmakers Soccer and save $10, registration fees is $50, or $40 with resident discount, by August 1. Final registration deadline for flag football is August 18, and August 25 for soccer. Register online at www.missoulaparks.org/register. call 721-PARK (7275), or stop by Currents Aquatics Center Child Care Resources’ Training: Program Management Essentials for Directors
The North Valley Public Library in Stevensville invites you to Learn about an array of Space Telescopes and Rockets at 5:30 pm, Thursday August 1st . Dean Spieth presents an overview of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), large launch vehicles (Saturn-Apollo moon rockets, Falcon), and space telescopes. For more info call 406-777-5061 or visit northvalleylibrary.org. All library programs are free and open to the public.
Ronan Pioneer Days run August 2nd thru August 4th at Ronan Fairgrounds. Follow them on their Facebook page for updates and ticket information.
A hot August Night happens on Saturday August 3rd at Deano’s Travel plaza from Noon to 11pm. outdoors in the parking lot. A fundraiser for the Algeria/ Western Montana Shrine Club, Shriners Hospital. Silent/live auctions, dunk tanks. Karaoke, dancing and more. Into the evening-family fun!
You’re invited to the Creamery Picnic Pancake Breakfast at the Stevensville Masonic Lodge on Saturday, August 3rd, from 7:00 – 11:00 am, on 3rd and Church Streets (one block off Main Street at the stop sign.) pancakes, eggs, bacon, juice, coffee and milk for $8/Adult and $4/Kids 12 and under. Proceeds support reading programs in local elementary schools. For more info email email@example.com.
Purchase your seat for the 3rd annual MCC Summer Sing! Come together with singers from around Missoula and spend an afternoon with selections from Mendelssohn’s “Elijah.” The Summer Sing will be held at University Congregational Church on Sunday August 4th from 1:00-4:00 PM. Registered singers will get an email when the music is available to download. https://missoulachorus.org/ticketsandregistration/summer-sing-registration-fee
The Bitterroot National Forest invites kids and their families to celebrate Smokey Bear’s 75th birthday with activities for all ages on Friday August 9th at the Bitterroot National Forest Supervisor’s Office in Hamilton at 1801 N. First Street, from 12pm – 3pm. Come join the fun with games, prizes, and birthday cake.
Rock the Red in Support of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women at the Missoula Stampede Rodeo: Sat, Aug 10th. Show your support for by purchasing an Indian Taco at the MUIHC booth and a Rock Your Rodeo Red t-shirt at the informational booth. For more information please contact the Missoula Urban Indian Health Center . https://www.muihc.org/
The 10th Annual Mason Kane Foundation Golf Tournament happens at the King Ranch Golf Course in Frenchtown on Saturday August 10th. A shotgun start scramble tournament. Teams of 4. $75 per person gets you 18 holes, a cart and lunch.
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