Observe and enjoy the featured art by select artists with custom furniture by Ty Best of CASTE Design and living space vignettes designed by Becky Broeder.
It’s back! Join in on the run that pays tribute to the city’s love of recreation and staying active. All ages and abilities are encouraged to enjoy a morning run or walk before enjoying the festival in the afternoon and evening. Sign up at RunWildMissoula.org.
The Edelweiss Bistro puts together a European-style breakfast menu each Sunday that everyone is sure to enjoy. Items have included such dishes as the Weisswurst with house-made pretzel, Brewmaster's Scramble, Kaiserschmarrn (two shredded pancakes with cherry compote), and more. Wash it all down with a Bayern brew. Visit BayernBrewery.com.
Germanfest, a celebration of German culture and Missoula’s sister city relationship with Neckargemünd, Germany, will include traditional food, music, and beer. Learn more at ArtsMissoula.org/germanfest.
Join Missoula's vibrant yoga community for the second annual NamasDay of Yoga Festival, a first of its kind event that brings fresh and imaginative yoga from around the world to inspire and excite your practice—as a practitioner and a teacher. Check out the full schedule of events at NamasDayOfYoga.com.
Join Missoula Parks and Recreation and Missoula City/County Animal Control for the seventh annual Doggie Dash, featuring a 1-mile and 5K fun run/walk. Shop for the finest in canine services during the free expo. Donations are greatly appreciated and benefit Missoula City/County Animal Control. Register today 406.721.PARK or MissoulaParks.org.
Join fellow fútbol (or soccer, if you prefer) enthusiasts to watch a friendly match between the U.S. Men's National Team as they take on Mexico at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. Event is sponsored American Outlaws Missoula. Learn more at AOMissoula.com.
Returning for its fifth year, the Montana Greek Festival will feature Greek food vendors, a taverna with wine and beer, an agora (Greek market), live Greek music, dance lessons, children's activities, and more. It's fun for the whole family!
UM Dining and the Iron Griz invite guests to the South Avenue Garden for a chef-crafted meal. Experience the talents of UMD's award-winning chefs who have crafted their own unique dishes as a testament to their skills. Executive Chef Brian Heddlesten and Chef Iden Axelson-Rodriguez have prepared a Carolina favorite—barbecue—which simply cannot be missed! Tickets at UMDiningEvents.com.
SponCon is a building contest and a celebration of reuse with great Missoula bands, food, and free activities for all ages. Teams compete to build their greatest creations using any of the materials available at Home ReSource over seven hours amid a party atmosphere that’s fun—and safe—for the whole family. Register your team at HomeReSource.org/sponcon.
Pet Fest educates and entertains the public about the wonderful world of pets. It’s a day of family-oriented events featuring entertainment, contests, special attractions, and pet adoptions. Learn more at PetFestMontana.com.
The 2018-19 season of the String Orchestra of the Rockies opens with a performance showcasing the phenomenal talent of American cellist Julian Schwarz. Tickets at GrixTix.com. For more information about Julian, visit JulianSchwarz.com and SORTMT.org.
Geologist and local historian Ted Antonioli will present evidence that Montana's first gold discovery in 1849 was made by the Salish and fur traders in a tributary of Flint Creek. Cost is $10 ($5 for members); free for high school and college students. Ticket includes beer and/or wine (if over 21); non-alcoholic beverages will also be available. Visit MontanaNaturalist.org.
Celebrate women at the Diva Day 5K Run/Walk for an awesome morning filled with physical activity camaraderie, and laughter. The event promotes empowering women of all ages and abilities. Register at RunWildMissoula.org.
Hosted by the Nursing Nook, the Missoula Baby Fair is a great resource for new and expectant parents. Explore amazing opportunities for you, your pregnancy, and your family. Experienced professionals and exhibitors are on hand to answer parenting questions and offer some great parenting products. Fun, food, and babies!
The Missoula Symphony kicks off its 64th season (and last with Darko Butorac as its music director) with "Musical Myths" featuring trumpet soloist Brandon Ridenour. Program will be Mexican composer Silvestre Revueltas' Sensemayá, Trumpet Concerto in A-flat Major by Armenian composer Alexander Arutiunian, and Russian Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade. Tickets at MissoulaSymphony.org.
One of Missoula's favorite fall events returns! This annual brewfest features only Montana-made craft beer as well as food vendors, live music, and a collectible glass with every ticket. Visit MontanaBrewers.org.