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31 things to do in Missoula in OctOber OctOber 2019 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY 1 Welcome master dancer Alhassane Camara and master musician Mory Fofana to Missoula! This evening’s community dance will be held at the Missoula Senior Center at 7pm WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Julie Gardner REALTOR® FRIDAY 2 3 9 10 11 12 Spend time with one of Missoula’s extraordinary illustrator, Josh Quick at Fact and Fiction. Hear Josh read from his book, Montana Quick Facts: 100 surprising and strange facts about Montana. Reading and signing starts at 7pm You are invited to the Artists Shop’s group exhibition, which focuses on honoring and remembering those who have gone before us. Over ten artists will be showcasing their art all month long 4 SATURDAY Join all the fun tonight at Caras Park for the 13th annual Pray For Snow Party. What better way to raise money for avalanche safety and education programs than drinking beer and winning fresh gear? Party starts at 5pm 5 Wear your maroon and silver and head downtown for the UM homecoming parade! The parade starts at 10am at the XXXs and will continue down Higgins towards University Ave 6 7 8 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Listen to writer/author Leah Sotille speak about the people on the fringes of society at the 2019 T. Anthony Pollner Lecture Series in the UC Theatre on the UM Campus. Catch the last day of the 5th annual Montana Film Festival. Watch a short film, a documentary, or listen to a featured guest speaker at the Roxy Theatre. Head to montanafilmfestival.com to purchase to tickets Gather at the Missoula Fair grounds this afternoon for the 2019 Peace Party, celebrating the past year and the year ahead. There will be food, music, and a live auction Enjoy a short performance by the Missoula Figure Skating Club, an on-ice costume contest, a photo booth and open skating at Glacier Ice Rink’s 7th annual Spooky Skate going on from 12 to 2. Join the UM Physical Therapy Student Association for the 3rd annual Skeleton 5k and 1k Skedaddle. Move your bones and have some Halloween fun! Listen to wildlife researcher, Mat Seidensticker discuss moth natural history, how “mothing” and “birding” are similar, and the challenges moths face, tonight at 7 in the Gallagher Business Building on the UM Campus Get the best glide out of your gear this winter! Learn how to wax your skis and snowboards at REI’s hands-on waxing workshop. $35 for members, and $55 for non-members. Workshop starts at 6pm Struggling with a case of the Mondays? Try one of Caffe Dolce’s hot teas, ciders, or espresso. That should help you get through the rest of your Monday! Donate your new or lightly used jackets to one of the following non-profits and you’ll help a child or family in need: Soft Landings, the YWCA or Mountain Home Montana Learn more about the people running for Missoula City Council at the The Great Missoula Bakeoff! A delicious and informational forum will be held in the University Center on the UM campus. Free baked goods starting at 12:30! Become vigilant about breast cancer detection. Man or woman, if you notice any changes in your breasts, such as a new lump or skin changes, consult your doctor. Early detection is crucial Explore downtown Missoula! Stroll the streets and browse all the little shops that fill the windows. Have lunch at your favorite spot and finish it off with a tour of the Missoula Art Museum Shop the UM Outdoor Program’s spring used outdoor gear sale in the University Center Atrium. Want to sell your used gear? Drop it off to sell between 7-11 a.m. Curious about meditation? The Missoula Wellness Center hosts a free, guided, 20-minute session that starts at 12:15. This session is designed to give beginners and experts a chance to get grounded in our busy days. Enjoy a night out with friends and get ready for Downtown Ladies Night! From 5-8, sip and shop from store to store and enter a chance to win a Missoula gift card! You don’t want to miss out Don’t have a costume for Halloween yet? Don’t forget to check out The Goodwill and Secret Seconds for all your costume needs Head over to the Montana Theatre on the UM campus for this dark, comic postapocalyptic contemporary play, Mr. Burns, a post-electric play. Show starts at 7:30 Head to Ten Spoon Winery this afternoon and enjoy a glass of wine, pizza and some laughs. Once a month, the winery and Revival Comedy partner up to bring you some of the best stand-up comedy in town. Family History Month continues at the Missoula Public Library. Learn how to use land maps to discover migration patterns, homesteads, and property transactions. This class begins at 3pm Join the Peak Racquet Club from 5:15-6:15 for a tennis clinic supporting Watson Children’s Shelter. Space is limited to the first 50 participants Enjoy the 12th annual Pianissimo! Concert from the UM School of Music at 7:30 p.m. This year, Pianissimo! Features arrangements of your favorite and most familiar music from movies of all genres Celebrate the Fall season tonight at the Missoula Art Museum. Live music, a gallery tour, hors d’oeuvres, a no host bar, and of course art Happy Halloween! If the weather is too cold to bare, head inside to the Southgate Mall where they’ll be trick-or-treating, a costume contest, carnival games, and more! For more info on what makes Missoula ExTRAORDINARY, contact Julie Gardner • (406) 532-9233 jgardner@ERALambros.com WWW.JUlIEGARDNERPROPERTIES.cOM Grab your BFFs and head to the Southgate Mall for Ladies Night Sip ‘N Shop. This fun filled evening kicks off at 5pm. Swag bags, live music, snacks and wine samples will be provided Join the Missoula Downtown Partnership for a tour of basements, tunnels and other unseen nooks and crannies Downtown. Tour starts at 1pm at Caras Park Bust out your fishnets Missoula, because the Rocky Horror Show LIVE is back for its 8th fabulous year. There will be four shows over the course of two days. Get your tickets early

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