It’s the weekend! If you haven’t already made plans, we’ve got you covered. Whether you feel like getting out of town or just bumming around Bozeman over the next few days, there’s plenty to do. Here are five things happening in and around the Gallatin Valley this weekend.

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    Downtown Bozeman Crazy Days

    Head downtown this weekend where over 200 businesses hold killer sidewalk sales with amazing deals on spring and summer merchandise. If you’re downtown over the next few days, you can’t miss it. Crazy Days runs from Friday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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    Moods of the Madison

    Collective Soul, Leftover Salmon, Beats Antique and many more are on tap to play this weekend in Ennis. Put on by Chamberlin Productions, this two-day event includes national headlining music, vendors and non-profits for a celebration of music in the great outdoors. Tickets and camping are still available. Find out more, including ticket info and the lineup, at the Moods of the Madison website.

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    Running Lungs Race

    The Running Lungs Race takes place at 8 a.m. Saturday at the Lindley Center. Runners and walkers will travel along the Gallagator Trail System to raise money for Mayo Clinic lung cancer research.  Organizer Linda Wortman was a healthy, active non-smoker who was suddenly diagnosed with lung cancer and rushed to surgery in 2008 at the Mayo Clinic. Now, her goal is to raise money for lung cancer research and awareness. There’s still time to sign up.

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    Dog & Grog

    In its 12th year, the Dog and Grog microbrew festival draws breweries from around the state to Virginia City this Friday and Saturday. Hosted by the Bale of Hay Saloon, festivities kick off Friday night and continue into Saturday.  Take advantage of the package deal and get eight tasters of beer, a polish dog and a commemorative glass. There's more info on Virginia City's website.

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    Gallatin County Fair

     

    That’s right – the fair continues through Sunday. Whether you’re going for the food, the carnival rides, the games or the animals, there’s so much to do and see at the fair. Tonight, Terri Clark takes the stage. There’s a Gallatin Roller Girlz bout on Saturday night. Check out the full schedule of events here.

    Photo by Erin Schattauer