In this class, you will learn the differences in flash modes, how to bounce a flash, how to use a flash in a dark situation, and how to balance your flash's light. By the end of this class, you'll be prepared to use your flash to capture images in poorly lit or nighttime scenes. Visit RMSP.com for more information.
Join this bi-monthly conversation that highlights inspiring, dedicated, and intelligent women in their fields of expertise tied to wild and public lands. A short Q&A will follow. This event is free and open to students and the community. Learn more at Facebook.com/UMWildernessAssociation.
Observe art incorporating found objects. Participating artists include Joe Bobby, Jane Waggoner Deschner, Matt Fiske, Stephen Glueckert, David Hiltner, Maggy Rozycki Hiltner, Cathryn Mallory, George McCauley, Ellen Ornitz, David Peters, Jay Schmidt, Barb Schwarz Karst, Shalene Valenzuela, Willem Volkersz, among many others. Visit RadiusGallery.com for more information.
How's your hand? This tournament features cash for the top five places with the winner taking home the $800 prize. Food is provided and a no-host bar is available. Register and pay the fee of $100 online at MissoulaDowntown.com/Poker. All proceeds from the tournament benefit the Missoula Downtown Foundation, a 501(c)(3) supporting Missoula through enhancement of downtown.
Ready to reset your mind, body, and spirit? With this session designed to give beginners and experts time to get grounded and centered in the middle of our busy lives, these 20 minutes are sure to do the trick. This event is free to the public but a small donation to support the room is greatly appreciated.
Take a stage play written in 2005, based on a 1935 Alfred Hitchcock film, which was based on a 1915 spy novel, then add in a murder mystery, with just 4 actors playing 150 characters. What do you get? A mad-cap, who-dun-it, Monty Python-style comedy full of twists and turns. Tickets available at MCTInc.org.
Missoula's own award-winning journalist and author Gwen Florio joins us for a debut reading of Under the Shadows, the latest book in her Lola Wicks mystery series.
Ready, set, go! This St. Patrick's Day, join in the races. There will be a seven-mile race, a 5K race, and a free 400-meter kid's dash. All paid participants receive a custom-designed Silipint, chip timing, post-race snacks, and more. Register today at RunWildMissoula.org.
Kids are invited to enjoy a free breakfast with the Easter Bunny. Following the breakfast, the Easter Bunny will be available for photos near the Train Play Area. Register for the breakfast at Guest Services. Pre-registration is required. Photos with the Easter Bunny will be available from March 18 through March 31. Check ShopSouthgateMall.com for hours and pricing.
Hosted by the Montana Innocence Project, the Wrongful Conviction Film Series concludes with a screening and panel discussion of The Fear of 13, which tells the story of a convicted murderer who petitions the court asking to be executed but it becomes clear as he tells his story that nothing is quite what it seems.
Bring your canine and cuddle up for a movie in the park! Wagg'n Nation members come for free and non-members pay $10 for the whole pack. There will be popcorn and the movie will be the wildly touching Bolt. If it's your first time at Wagg'n, please register at Waggn.org.24Springtime of Irish Music and SongUM Recital Hall
Raise a paw if you're in for a good time. For each beer you buy, Lolo Peak will donate $.75 to AniMeals, the no-kill adoption center and animal food bank.
If fly-fishing was your New Year's resolution, this is your opportunity to learn a fun, new, outdoor activity where professionals can help you get started. Learn new tricks and practice the basics for confidence in the water come spring!