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30 Things to do in Missoula in June JUNE 2019 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Julie Gardner REALTOR® THRUSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 Find everything you need at the Clark Fork Market, People’s market, and Missoula Farmer’s Market.The markets are in full swing and there is no better way to kick off summer than spending time in downtown Missoula and shopping local! 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 25 26 27 Happy NationalTrails Day! Explore the southern side of Mount Dean Stone, and see what this side of the mountain has to offer! Stop by Caffe Dolce for a cup of coffee, a glass of wine, or a micro-brew while enjoying the patio seating CelebrateWorld Refugee Day by attending theWorld Refugee Day Soccer Tournament and Community Celebration at Fort Missoula Regional Park.This even honors the courage, strength and determination of refugees Enjoy the river views and soak up the sun while supporting local artists at the Missoula Summer MADE fair at Caras Park. Over 170 skilled artisans will showcase their one of a kind items Catch a romantic, ballet love story at the Roxy tonight.After Carmen seduces Don Jose in order to convince him to let her out of jail, she finds her self caught up in a love triangle. Donate blood at the Missoula Public Library Blood Drive. Donors may register at redcrossblood.org Spend quality time at the Missoula Public Library this summer. Summer hours start today and snacks are served everyday Learn the most useful joinery techniques in woodworking projects at the Beginning Cabinetmaking Class at the Lifelong Learn Center.As always, space is limited so sign up soon Get into financial shape, set goals for spending and saving, manage debt and learn other money management skills at Homeword’s Financial Fitness class today located at 1535 Liberty Lane Sign the kiddos up for KidX Club at the Southgate Mall. KidX is where kids can get together for FREE activities and fun.. Sign up is near H&M located inside the mall Join the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act for a celebration of the Big Blackfoot at the GoodWorks Place. From bull trout to mountain goats, the Big Blackfoot region is drenched in unique Montana experiences. Skip the Saturday morning rush at the farmers markets and save it for the Tuesday night farmers market from 5-7 at the XXXX on N. Higgins Catch up with friends over some of the finest beers in Montana tonight Pint night at Kettlehouse NorthsideTaproom. For every pint sold between 5-8p.m. $1.00 will be donated to the Lambros Foundation Listen to live storytelling at the popular, “Tell Us Something” event at theWilma Theatre.The theme is “What are the Chances?” Get your tickets soon, because they tend to sell out Hungry? Put down your work and leave the confines of your office and head to Caras Park for Out to Lunch! Happening all summer long, everyWednesday, from 11:00a.m-2:00p.m Visit your favorite bug ambassadors today! Courtesy of the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, the Missoula Insectarium is free of charge today! Head to the Union Club tonight for some laughs and delicious food. Homegrown comedy night is always the firstThursday of every month Learn the basics of how to respond to a survival situation at theWilderness Survival class at the Lifelong Learning Center.This 2-part course features an evening lecture followed by a day in the field Buy a drink at Highlander Brewery and be entered to win a whitewater-rafting trip for 4! Check out one of the many dance and fitness classes going on at the Downtown Dance Collective! Head to ddcmontana. com for more information 7 Head down to Caras Park for Beers, Bands & Public Lands: a celebration hosted by the Backcountry Hunters & Anglers. $20 will get you in the door, 3 drink tokens and a steel mug! 14 Drive up to Lolo Pass today and enjoy the company of Robert Amerman, an artist who will be painting, interacting and selling his artwork inside the visitors Center 21 Happy First Day of Summer! It’s the longest day of the year. Enjoy it however your heart desires! 28 Check out the one and only, Bob Marshall Music Festival going on all weekend in Seeley Lake!This is a family friendly event with great live music.You don’t want to miss it! 30 Arriving a week earlier than years past, it’s the Missoula Marathon & Half Marathon! Watch for runners on the road and posted alternate routes when driving For more info on what makes Missoula ExTRAORDINARY, contact Julie Gardner • (406) 532-9233 jgardner@ERALambros.com WWW.JUlIEGARDNERPROPERTIES.cOM 8 Drive up or walk over from any of the North Hills Open Space trailheads to the Moon-Randolph Homestead for a tour of the property from one of the caretakers or volunteers 15 Learn the basics of whitewater kayaking with the awesome folks over at Zootown Surfers. Starting at Frenchtown Pond they will cover basic skills and safety.All ages are welcome! 22 Participate in the Great BurnWilderness Day Hike! Meet up time is at the Missoula Public Library, and will be lead by Bob Clark. RSVP to bob at bobclark1111@gmail.com 29 Stop by the ground floor of the parking garage on campus and check out the KBGAYard Sale! Proceeds go to your favorite college radio station, KBGA

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