Ever wonder how a wine got its label? Enjoy light hors d’oeuvres and a carefully selected assortment of wines with labels as vibrantly designed as their bouquet. Sommelier Kevin O’Neill and MAM Senior Curator Brandon Reintjes will discuss contemporary art labels and the wines that wear them. RSVP by emailing Cassidy@MissoulaArtMuseum.org or call 406.728.0447.
Come join the folks of 406 Market in creating a fun shopping experience for the kids! It'll be a day of treats and friends as your little ones shop for the perfect gift to give to you. Children will be allowed one present per parent. Volunteers will help out in selection and wrapping if needed. All materials are supplied!
This weekly Wednesday writing group is an opportunity to give aspiring writers in grades 6-9 a chance to get and give good feedback, play with words, and eat a little chocolate.
RCKN It is happy to connect people who want to hike with volunteers that lead local hikes. Join them in closing out this year wearing your cross country skis or snowshoes. Find them on Facebook and sign up to receive emails with details for all upcoming events including this one.
Check out local filmmakers Andrew Bassett and Lilian Langston's debut feature film Loon, a thriller that takes place in the Montana wilderness. Film stars Jeff Medley, Taylor Lennox, and Maiah Wynne. A Q&A with the filmmakers follows the screening. Learn more about the film at LoonTheMovie.com and get tickets at TheRoxyTheater.org.
Vendors galore! The perfect place for a bride and groom to find special businesses to add to the magic of their big day. Taste cakes and appetizers from potential bakers and caterers, and browse venue brochures, theme decorations, and additional services. Follow their Facebook page "31st Annual Wedding Fair" for updates.
Geologist Bruce Baty will introduce a number of rock-forming and ore minerals during this four-part series. Discover their properties and local distribution, experiment with the museum's collection of mineral specimens, and learn how to identify minerals based on a set of clues: crystal shape, hardness, streak, specific gravity, fracture, and luster. Registration is required. Visit at MontanaNaturalist.org.
Patricia Kelly, wife and biographer of legendary dancer, director, and choreographer Gene Kelly, takes us behind the scenes in this one-woman performance and shares a moving and intimate portrait of the innovative artist, with rare and familiar film clips, previously unreleased audio recordings, personal memorabilia, and insights culled from her hours of interviews and conversations with him. Tickets at LogjamPresents.com.
Stop by Denny's from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. for Spaghetti Night! All proceeds will go to AniMeals to help fund its spay/neuter program. Tickets are $10 and are available at the shelter, 1700 Rankin St., or at donation tables from now until the day of the event. A tickets gets you a plate of spaghetti, garlic bread, soda and ice cream. Learn more at AniMeals.com.
This lecture will give you all of the introductory tips you need to know to photograph the night sky. Forest Chaput de Saintonge will share his well-practiced tips for astrophotography, which includes how to photograph star point images, star trail images, and images that include the Milky Way. If you are unable to attend in person, this lecture will also be streamed live through Facebook LIVE! Learn more at RMSP.com.
Based on the popular television sitcom of the same name, this musical version brings back the familiar names audiences know and love: Richie Cunningham, Potsie, Ralph, Pinky Tuscadero, and Fonzie. Get tickets at MCTInc.org.
Come dance the night away to vintage swing (and vintage swing-inspired) music. No experience necessary as an introductory East Coast swing lesson will be available the hour prior to the dance. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., lesson begins at 8 p.m., and dancing starts at 9 p.m. Admission is $10; all ages are welcome and no partner is needed.
Musikanten Montana Festival Chorus and Period Ensemble will perform Johannes Sebastian Bach's Christmas Oratorio as part of the 16th annual Montana Early Music Festival. The group is conducted by Kerry Krebill. Learn more at MusikantenMT.org.
View a diverse collection of pottery, paintings, and prints from three local artists: Pamela Caughey, Beth Lo and Sean O'Connell. Visit RadiusGallery.com for updates and to learn more about the featured artists and their work.