Angel Flight Pilots Needed

Are you a pilot who wants to give back? Angel Flight West is looking for you!  This nonprofit, volunteer-driven organization arranges free, non-emergency air travel for children and adults who have serious medical conditions or other compelling needs. Currently, there is a network of more than 1,400 pilots throughout the 13 states who donate their aircraft, piloting skills, and all flying costs to help these families receive vital treatment that might otherwise be inaccessible due to financial, medical, or geographical limitation. Since June, the need for pilots has doubled. When you fly, how often you fly, and with whom you fly are all up to you, including the right to cancel for any reason. If you’d like to learn more about this opportunity to offer your talent and time, visit AngelFlightWest.org for more information. 

Stage on Screen

The Roxy Theater welcomes The Metropolitan Opera, a western romance film by Marco Armiliato, on Monday, November 5, at 7 p.m. as part of the ongoing series, Stage on Screen, which highlights the world’s greatest contemporary theatrical performances projected on the big screen. Soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek sings as Giacomo Puccini’s gun-slinging heroine in this romantic epic of the Wild West, with the glorious return of tenor Jonas Kaufmann in the role of the outlaw she loves. Visit TheRoxyTheater.org to purchase tickets. 

An Evening with Teddy

Let the greatest conservation story be told! Take a step back in time and learn about the rich history of America’s Conservation Legacy. “Illustorian” Steve Stark will tell and draw the story of Theodore Roosevelt and the legacy behind our country’s conservation story, starting at the beginning, of course, with the U.S. Forest Service. The ballroom at the Hilton Garden Inn will be transformed into a historic setting, complete with themed areas for guests to learn about conservation history, such as “Rangers and their Rides,” and “This Land is Your Land.” Silent and live auction items will mirror those themes, as will the appetizers. A no-host bar will be available and all proceeds from the Evening with Teddy will benefit the National Museum of Forest Service History and our National Conservation Legacy and Education Center. This event will take place on Friday, November 2, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Please visit ForestServiceMuseum.org for tickets and more information. 

Be Represented by Radius Gallery

Are you an artist looking to be represented at a local venue? Selecting artists over the long term is a privilege and responsibility that Radius Gallery takes seriously. Supported artists are given a beautiful space to exhibit and sell their work, and Radius assists them by identifying and encouraging new opportunities, and tending to their needs and ambitions no matter where they are in their artistic career. The gallery currently represents 15 artists and aspires to double that number over the course of this coming year. If this opportunity is appealing to you, please sign up for their newsletter, watch for open calls, and submit your best work. Visit RadiusGallery.com for more information and to view current artists who are represented. 

Ladies Night Out

Save the date, ladies! Friday, November 16, at the Barn on Mullan is when and where like-minded ladies who care about wildlife and the outdoors will meet for a fun night out. Games, raffles, auctions, laughter, and fun—what more could you ask for? Bring all of your friends and reserve a whole table. Funds raised will benefit the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation whose mission is to conserve, restore, and enhance natural habitats. This year’s theme is “Reneck Woman” and kicks off at 6 p.m. Follow Missoula Ladies Night Out on Facebook for ticket information.