Get ready for an awesome '80s-styled prom. The Hospice Care Foundation is ready for its largest annual fundraiser. This black tie event will feature a live auction, silent auction, bingo, photo booth and more. More information can be found at HospiceBall.com.
Discover the power of your advanced digital camera in this introductory course. Learn about different exposure modes and when to use them for better focus in your pictures and understand the various auto focus settings available. You'll walk away with the skills to make the most of your advanced camera. Bring your camera and instruction book with you.
The University of Montana hosts Winona LaDuke for UM's President's Lecture Series. She is an American environmentalist, economist, and writer, most known for her work on tribal land claims and preservation, as well as sustainable development. Free admission, more information available at LogJamPresents.com.
This beloved class for children will be offered this time for adults. Create amazing drawings and monoprints using live raptors as models with teaching artists Bev Glueckert and Kate Davis. Kate will have a falcon, hawk, and owl on hand from her Raptors of the Rockies project. Visit MissoulaArtMuseum.org for more information.
At this annual banquet, enjoy a live auction, silent auction, raffle items, and dinner. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit WSCtu19.GiveSmart.com
UM faculty explore the great beyond in celebration of the 50th anniversary of man's first step on the moon. The first of the six lectures kicks off on March 5. Tickets for the series are available online at GrizAlum.org or by calling 406.243.6439.
Head to the Southgate Mall between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. for some family fun. Open for kids of all ages and hosted by 102.5 Mountain FM. There will be games, activities, and interactive booths for hours of joy, plus live demonstrations of dance, music, gymnastics, and painting!
Bring out your best green and gold and run for the luck of it! 7-mile and 5K options, plus a kid's dash for the little ones. Join the fun after the races for a block party where you can enjoy pasties and beer to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Visit RunWildMissoula.org to register by noon on March 14.
Tell Us Something hosts a night of live storytelling from members of the community who will share unscripted stories bases on the theme Stranger in a Strange land at The Wilma at 6 p.m.
Hosted by Western Cider and Zootown Arts Community Center, Drink & Draw will present some of the best of the Wild Walk 3-D art projects. This wild collection, themed "Still (Wild) Life," is sure to awaken your inner animal and get you ready for this year's Wild Walk Parade and the International Wildlife Film Festival. Free, open to all ages.
This two-day event welcomes all home and garden lovers to browse more than 160 exhibits that feature a broad spectrum of products and services to enhance any living environment. Free admission with a non-perishable food item or pay $1 per person. Your non-perishable will go to the Missoula Food Bank and local children homes. Open at 10 a.m. both days.