Registration for this event includes an Under Armour short-sleeve tee (provided by Bob Ward's), chip timing, and more. Participants 21 and over also receive a Roots Festival drink cup, wristband, and one free drink ticket to be used at the festival.
Nothing says weekend like a few hours of relaxation with friends, family, or coworkers at Hearts Afire Pottery. Spend the evening painting pottery or glass fusing, all with a glass (or two!) of wine.
Enjoy the first annual event! All ages and abilities are welcome to participate. Cash prizes will be awarded in each category and free T-shirts are available to all who register.
Do you have questions about your practice or just want to come together with others to share your journeys? This is an intimate group call where students receive personal attention from Lama Tsomo to discuss their practice, their lives, and the relationship that connects the two.
Pet Fest offers pet adoptions, the Mutt Run, a Wiener Dog Dash, Doggie Olympics, and pet products and services. Could there be a better place to spend a Saturday? The festival promotes responsible pet ownership with education through entertainment.
Join the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention by walking to raise awareness, hope, and funds to support suicide prevention, education, and advocacy.
The 35th season of the String Orchestra of the Rockies opens with the internationally acclaimed double bass phenomenon, Catalin Rotaru. Catalin travels the world dazzling audiences with his one-of-a-kind virtuosity on the bass. He makes his SOR debut in Missoula with his own arrangement of the Haydn C major cello concerto and several short concert pieces by Giovanni Bottesini.
The Missoula Building Industry Association presents the 2019 Parade of Homes! Browse a collection of enchanting Missoula homes from local builders between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. Friday through Sunday.
The Community Reiki Circle is a time and place where like-minded people can come together to share ideas and experiences, exchange Reiki, and learn from one another. This meeting is open to anyone who has taken any level of Reiki training as well as anyone from the general public who is interested in learning more about the practice of Reiki.
Try your hand at making cider with an old-fashioned apple press or visit the Hayes Homestead Cabin to find out what people did in the autumn to prepare for winter. There will be tours of all the other buildings, fall-themed crafts, and food trucks for lunch! Please bring a non-perishable food donation.
Eight storytellers will share their true personal story without notes on the theme Leap of Faith. Tell Us Something awakens imagination and empowers storytellers through the transformative power of personal storytelling. It's a celebration of each other, our stories, and how we move through the world together. All stories are true.
It's a black-tie, red-shoe affair! Come and celebrate this wonderful asset to our community that tirelessly keeps families with sick children close to each other with the care and resources they need when they need it most.
Join the festivities from September 30 at 12 p.m. through October 6 at 3 p.m. Alumni return to campus to take part in the traditional hello walk, distinguished alumni award ceremony, yell night pep rally, all-alumni social and dance, homecoming parade, homecoming tailgate and football game!