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30 things to do in missoula in September September 2019 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Julie Gardner REALTOR® FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Celebrate German culture and Missoula’s sister city Meckrgemund, Germany at the annual German Festival.Traditional food, music and beer will be in abundance.The fun kicks off at 2pm at Caras Park in downtown Missoula Happy Labor Day! Celebrate by going for a hike on one of our many trails we have close to town. Pack a picnic and make it an all day outing! Want to play some pool? Three in the Side, formally known as the Palace Bar, has free pool every Sunday starting at 2pm. Must be 18 or older Hailed as one of the most popular rock acts in the world, Foreigner takes the stage at KettleHouse Amphitheater tonight! You don’t want to miss it Celebrate bikeable and walkable Missoula at the annual Sunday Streets celebration! Over 50 organizations and thousands of people will enjoy the streets of Missoula between, XXX’s and 5th St Try your hand at making cider from the old fashion apple press, enjoy food trucks, and tour all the old buildings at the Annual Historical Museum Fall Harvest Festival & Apple Day located at Fort Missoula 29 Performing live at 3pm in the Dennison Theatre, Julia Tai and the Missoula Symphony Orchestra will perform selections from two 20th century composers, Bernstein and Gershwin Gather at Circle Square near the XXX’s on North Higgins for the evening Farmer’s Market Join all the festivities at the Last Best Outdoors Drive up the Jocko Valley to the Festival. Festivities kick off at 3pm with Dixon Mercantile and enjoy a family “Montana Jobs & the Outdoors; Highlighting style dinner of tamales and pie! the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act,” The Pine Hearts and the Rappin’ a panel discussion led by SenatorTester!Then Cowboy will be playing music the festival will move to Caras Park at 5 with starting at 6pm food trucks, a beer garden and live music! Join a stellar group of volunteers and Join the KettleHouse Northside learn how to lead art tours to all age Taproom for a fundraiser groups at the Missoula Art Museum. supporting Court Appointed MAM’s education team will provide you Special Advocates of Missoula. $1 with the skills to generate discussion of all pints sold between 5-8 will be and deepen the viewing experience for donated to CASA everyone.Training starts at 9am sharp Enjoy an evening at the Carousel for Missoula as it will be transformed into a magical garden for their first ever Garden Party and silent auction. Sign up through the Carousal of Missoula! Space is limited Want to unravel the mystery of your Check out the corn maze and pick up Spend an evening learning how Looking for a volunteer family history? The Lifelong Learning a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch to give your nature journaling a opportunity? Stop by the Roxy Center is hosting a class on how to at 1010 Clements Rd. Every week graphic novel style. Artist Jenah Theater any Monday at 4pm for find family information accurately Mead will demonstrate her drawing there is Treasure Hunt Thursday! Look an orientation on how to become and how to put it all together to process and guide you step by step. for the mystery item they hide in the a volunteer create your family story. Log onto maze and if you find it, exchange it Register at Montananaturalist.org Missoulaclasses.com for more info for a coupon to a local business! Enjoy the first day of fall on the patio at Caffe Dolce. Breakfast, lunch or dinner, Caffe Dolce will keep you warm and cozy all season long with their incredible line-up of wines, ciders, espresso and teas! Kicking off its 4th year, the Montana State Hemp & Cannabis Festival will be happening all weekend at Lolo Hot Springs Resort.This is a family friendly event with over 50 vendors, live music, and camping available for $20. For more info, go to montanastatehempfest.com Enjoy one of Missoula’s local musicians,Tom Catmull, live at the Top Hat Lounge. Get there early for some dinner. Show starts at 10pm Performing at the KettleHouse Amphitheater for the second time, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit will be belting their talent for all to enjoy 7 You are invited to the 2nd annual Free Cycles’ Climate Ride. Participants will have the option to bike a 75-mile loop highlighting some of the best cycling near Missoula, or a 20-mile loop of Missoula and Bitterroot River. Food will be served to all at Free Cycles starting at 6pm! Designed to inspire a culture of reducing and reusing materials, Spontaneous Construction (SponCon) is back and better than ever! This competitive event draws teams of artists, DIYers and builders to create unique works of art.To sign your team up, go to homeresource.org Designed for the outdoor enthusiast, the Leave NoTraceTraining course is happening at the Outdoor Program on the UM campus. Register online on the Campus Recreation portal before September 18th. Participants will receive a certificate and will be qualified to teach Leave NoTrace skills and ethics to a variety of groups 28 Once again the popular Tell Us While you are strolling the Grab your red shoes and join the Stay healthy all year long and Attend a 2 hour workshop at the Something event is back with eight new Aporta Shop downtown and streets of downtown Missoula Ronald McDonald House for the Red take advantage of the free health story tellers sharing their personal make yourself a cozy, bulky scarf, tonight, stop in to La-Grotta-Bella Shoe Ball- a black tie, red shoe affair at the screenings happening today at the stories on the theme,“Leap of for wine tasting! Located just Hilton Garden Inn. Enjoy a silent auction, Southgate Mall.There will also be a just in time for Fall. Limited seating so Faith” Get your tickets early, below the Old Post Pub, there is dinner, and live music all while making a special appearance by Monte, the sign up at aportashop.com because they WILL sell out a new theme every week! difference in the lives of many families. Griz mascot! More info at rmhcwesternmontana.org 30 Watch the PBS documentary, “American Creed”, at the Missoula Public Library this evening followed by an engaging community conversation with a panel of community members from across the spectrum of civic life in Missoula For more info on what makes Missoula ExTRAORDINARY, contact Julie Gardner • (406) 532-9233 jgardner@ERALambros.com WWW.JUlIEGARDNERPROPERTIES.cOM

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