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Bozeman Community Calendar – Week Of October 10th

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Townsquare Media – South Central Montana

Week of October 10th

 

 

 

Free Bike Helmets (end tfn)

Child Care Connections has available new, low-cost bike helmets for children and

adults. These Bell Sports helmets are being offered for a $12.00 donation and

are available immediately.

Bike helmets will be available by appointment by contacting Child Care

Connections at 587-7786 or stacy@childcareconnections.info. Child Care

Connections is the lead agency for Safe Kids Gallatin County.

 

 

The United States Air Force Band (end oct. 10)

 

Sunday, Oct 9

Concert Band and Singing Sergeants Fall Tour

Sacajawea Middle School Gymnasium
3525 South 3rd Rd.
Bozeman, MT 59715

3 p.m.

For FREE tickets, mail your request indicating the number of tickets you’d like (limit 4 tickets per request) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

U.S. Air Force Band Tickets
Attn: Renee Westlake
404 W. Main St.
Bozeman, MT 59715

 

 

 

Monday, Oct 10

Concert Band and Singing Sergeants Fall Tour

Park High School Gymnasium
102 View Vista Dr.
Livingston, MT 59047

7 p.m.

For FREE tickets, mail your request indicating the number of tickets you’d like (limit 4 tickets per request) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

U.S. Air Force Band Tickets
Attn: Michel Sticka
102 View Vista Dr.
Livingston, MT 59047

 

 

5th Annual Cardboard Box City to Support Homeless Families in the Gallatin Valley(end oct. 14)

Did you know that today homeless families are the fastest growing population of homeless in the U.S.? Be a part of the solution to homelessness in our community.

Family Promise of Gallatin Valley is a nonprofit in Bozeman that assists homeless families to regain their independence. We invite you to raise awareness of homelessness on Friday, Oct 14th at our 5th Annual Cardboard Box City in Bogert Park.

Collect pledges of $100 or more per box and set up your decorated cardboard box home starting at 5pm on Friday night. Dinner will be served and incredible prizes will be given during our “Parade of Boxes”.

Spend this fun evening under the stars enjoying music by local DJ Missy 0’Malley! During our event you will learn about what it is like to be homeless from our guest speakers.

Individuals of all ages, families, youth groups, sororities, fraternities, civic and faith organizations are all welcome. Visit www.familypromisegv.org to register today! Call 582-7388 with any questions. Join us Friday, Oct. 14th to end homelessness, one family at a time.

 

 

 

 

Run For The Roses(end October 15)

AOII is hosting their annual Run for the Roses to benefit Arthritis and Arthritis Research on Saturday, October 15th, at 9:00 am. The distrances you can register for are a 1 mile fun run/wal, 5K, and 10k. Race day registration begins at 8:00 am. Pre-registration is available on Active.com or you can contact Lisa Eager at 209-915-6056.

 

Meet The Candidates (end October 20)

The League of Women Voters and the Inter-Neighborhood Council urge you to bring your questions and meet the candidates for the upcoming Bozeman city elections!

Event: CANDIDATES FORUM for Bozeman city elections

Date: Thursday, 20 October 2011

Time: 7:00 PM

Location: Commission Meeting Room, Bozeman City Hall, 121 N. Rouse Ave.

Candidates: Cyndy Andrus—City Commissioner

Bill Fieldler—City Commissioner

Jon Greenspon—Mayor

Jeff Krauss—Mayor

Karl Seel—Municipal Court Judge (unopposed)

Sponsors: The League of Women Voters and the Inter-Neighborhood Council

MSU Library Fundraiser (end oct. 20th)

On October 20th, The Friends of MSU Library present Jamie Ford, New York Times bestselling author of Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. Starting at 6:30, enjoy cocktails and silent auction, then delight in a fabulous dinner, live auction and keynote presentation. We look forward to you joining us and Jamie Ford on Thursday, October 20th at the Best Western Plus GranTree Inn. Thank you for supporting the library programs and resources for the students at MSU. For more information, please call 994-31-19. Co-sponsored by: Donald & Signe Farris, First Interstate Bank and Jack & Donna Ostrovsky.

The Derby Bash (end oct. 22)

A Costume Party Fundraiser for the Gallatin Roller Girlz, Southwest Montana’s Premier Roller Derby League.

Saturday, October 22 at Scissor Bills, Big Sky Mountain Village. Doors at 8pm. DJ 9pm-Close.
$2 Cover or free with two canned goods, to be donated to the Gallatin Food Bank. Raffle, Silent Auction & Prize for Best Costume. Get your derby on!

For more information visit http://www.gallatinrollergirlz.webs.com or Gallatin Roller Girlz on Facebook.

UPCOMING “PROTECTING OUR CHILDREN” SEMINAR(end oct 27th)

 

October 27th, 2011

6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

City Hall Commission room.

This event is for parents, teachers, and caregivers with children of any age, and is not to be missed by anyone with an earnest desire to protect their children and better understand the technology-facilitated crimes that children are faced with today.

During the seminar Bozeman police detectives will cover:

  • Local case studies of child exploitation and abuse including the challenges faced by families and law enforcement in these types of cases.
  • Child psychology.
  • Proliferation of online exploitation, cyber-bulling, “sexting”, etc.
  • Steps you can take to help keep your kids safe at home, in school, and online.

**DUE TO THE NATURE OF THIS TOPIC MATERIAL, THIS SEMINAR IS FOR ADULTS ONLY

Please visit www.bozemanpolice.com for more information and to sign up.

 

 

Love In The Name Of Christ: (end dec. 13)/(Oct. 25)

Love In the Name of Christ of Gallatin Valley is offering the public two new courses coming up soon within their Change Your Life program which seeks to equip and empower people through knowledge and personal mentorship with caring people to make, REAL, the changes they are desiring in their lives. Love INC programs are available to everyone – ALL are welcome.

DIVORCE CARE FOR KIDS: September 13 – December 13 (excluding Nov. 22), meets weekly on Tuesdays only, 6:30–8:30pm. Love INC is now accepting applications/registrations to enroll in this biblically based ministry to help children (ages 5-12) heal from the hurt caused by separation, divorce or abandonment by a living parent. This fun course uses drama, music, stories, activities and a compassionate leader to help children work through the different feelings and issues experienced in these circumstances. Snacks are provided. **Divorce Care Parenting Class, October 4 – November 8, also Tuesdays at 6:30-8:30pm, is a complimentary course catering to female parents/caregivers of the enrolled students. This required class prepares parents to help their children understand and utilize the information they learn in the DC4Kids class. Both programs will be held at Grace Bible Church on South 19th Avenue in Bozeman. There is no cost per child. Adults pay only $5.00 towards materials for the Divorce Care Parenting Class. Contact us ASAP at Love INC between 10am-2pm at (406) 587-3008 as the class roster will be limited. Application deadline: September 8th; however, the sooner the better, as this course tends to fill quickly.
BECOMING A POWERFUL PERSON: Powerful people have good self-esteem, are internally motivated, understand failure and understand how to recover from it. How would YOU like to be in control of YOUR life? What would life be like if you could enjoy it regardless of your circumstances and not worry about how people are treating you? This class, for ages 18 and up, is PACKED with tools that will transform your life and your relationships. You will have a Christian personal mentor to support and help guide you on this journey to transforming your life. Have fun and discover the amazing YOU! Class schedule: September 13 – October 25, meets weekly on Tuesdays only, 6:30–8:30pm. Contact us ASAP at Love INC (406) 587-3008 (10am-2pm) as class capacity is limited. Application deadline: September 6th .

 

Prescription Take Back Day (end oct. 29)

Please join our local partners in Gallatin County, the Missouri River Drug Task Force; the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office; the Bozeman PD; the Gallatin Solid Waste Management District; the City/County Health Department; the Local Water Quality District and the Nation for the next Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. It will take place on Saturday, October 29, 2011, from 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at the Law and Justice Center, 615 South 16th, Bozeman Montana. This event is free to the public. It will be the third event coordinated by the DEA to help consumers safely dispose of unused, unneeded, and expired prescription medications, including controlled substances. Help us purge your home medicine cabinets of neglected drugs to reduce prescription drug abuse. It is important to properly dispose of unused meds to help protect our ground water resources in Gallatin County. We can all contribute to its success and make all of our communities a safer place.

 

Blu SlipperTheatre (end oct. 30)

Just in time for the Halloween season, Livingston’s Blue Slipper Theatre presents a hauntingly chilling production: FRANKENSTEIN INC., by Marc Beaudin (Bo-deen). A modern adaptation of Mary Shelly’s horror classic, FRANKENSTEIN INC. was named a top ten arts event for the year by Michigan’s Saginaw News. The Montana premiere of Frankenstein Inc. plays (this) Friday, October 7th through the 30th , Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm with Sunday matinees the last 3 weekends. Reservations for FRANKENSTEIN INC. are recommended, by calling Livingston’s Blue Slipper Theatre, 222-7720.

Downtown Bozeman Association and Downtown Retailers Present –

Downtown Bozeman Trick or Treating (end October 31)

 

Downtown Bozeman is the place to be on Halloween! Join us from 3-6pm on Monday, October 31 for a spooktacular, safe evening of traditional trick of treating in downtown! So, parent’s let your kids enjoy the brisk outdoors for a little Halloween fun in Downtown Bozeman and gather goodies at over 125 businesses! Hot drinks will be available at the Downtown Visitor’s Center at 8 East Main Street. We will also have patrol cars and “safety sams” located at the intersections to help slow down traffic and make your experience as safe as possible! See you there!

Downtown Trick or Treating is FREE and open to the public and will go on snow or shine. For more information please call 586-4008 or visit www.downtownbozeman.org.

 

 

 

SOIL FOOD ENERGY: FREE PUBLIC LECTURE (END SEPT 29)

no-charge public workshop taught by Michele Evans, a local bio-intensive farmer. Michele educates on soils and how they effect the nutrition of our foods. She also teaches people how to integrate bio-intensive gardening into their lives. Donations are being accepted for Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter.
Just Cleanse is a research based educational organization made up of professionals in different disciplines. We come together to provide education and solutions with health and eco resources.

Sept. 29th, 7 pm, JustCleanse Meeting Space, 9000 S. 19th Avenue, Bozeman

Pre-register online at justcleanse.com or rsvp to info@justcleanse.com

 

2011 Bogert Farmers’ Market (end September 27)

The Bogert Farmers’ Market kicks off June 7th this year, and runs every Tuesday evening from 5 to 8 thru September 27th. Every week there is live music, plus different community groups host weekly family activities. Space is limited at 100 vendors. If you are interested, or want more information, call 406-539-0216 or go to www.bogertfarmersmarket.org.

 

 

2011 LIVINGSTON FARMERS MARKET (end sept 28)

IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN! The 2011 Livingston Farmers Market Begins Wednesday, June 1st and runs through September 28th, 4:30 to 7:30 with live music until 9pm at the Miles Park Bandshell next to the Livingston Civic Center. This destination event brings farmers, ranchers, musicians, artisans and craftspeople together for your shopping pleasure. Live music, sizzling burgers, cold beer, smokey bratwursts, and many other fine food choices round out the evening. Come early, stay late, get to know your friends and neighbors again after the long winter. On the banks of the Yellowstone River, framed by the majestic Absaroka Mountains, experience the charm and ambience of the Livingston Farmers Market. We’re growing for you!

 

Go to the Events Calendar at www.westernsustainabilityexchange.com for exact dates of Special Event Days and live music for the Market, or call 222-0730 for more information.

 

 

 

Open Burning (end: nov. 30, 2011)

Open buring in the State of Montana begins March 1st. Starting on the 1st residents of Gallatin County will be able to activate the required $15 Gallatin County Burn Permit to conduct burning. Permits can be purchased online at http://burnpermits.mt.gov or in person at:

-Gallatin County Treasurer’s Office, 311 West Main-Room 103 in Bozeman

-Bozeman Fire Station 1, 34 North Rouse in Bozeman

-Central Valley Fire District Station 1, 205 East Main in Belgrade

-Manhattan Fire Department, 222 Main in Manhattan

-Three Forks Public Library, 607 North Main in Three Forks

-Hebgen Basin Fire District Station 1, 400 Yellowstone in West Yellowstone

After permits are purchased, or renewed, the permit is good until November 30, 2011 when burn season closes. These permits need to be activated each day a permit holder burns either online at http://burnpermits.mt.gov, or by automated telephone at 1-877-306-2876.

 

Northwest Energy Star (tfn)

Say you wanted to send a letter to a friend – it wouldn’t be efficient to use a

typewriter… the highlight of technology 40 years ago… Advancements in

technology have made many things more efficient. So if you’re in the market for

a home, are you going to consider buying technology from 40 years ago?

Or will you buy a brand new home, built with today’s technologies – like efficient

heating & cooling and better insulation. If you want a better built more

comfortable home that saves energy and money every month –consider a

brand new ENERGY STAR certified home. To learn more, visit

northwestENERGYSTAR.com.

 

 

Befrienders (tfn)

“Befrienders”, a local non-profit located at the Bozeman Senior Center, seeks to link isolated seniors with volunteers from the community. Volunteers may assist with shopping, take seniors for walks, or simply play cards. Check out our website at www.befriendersbozeman.org, or call Susan at 522-8169 for more information.

“Befrienders” links isolated seniors with community volunteers. Presently we have more senior applications than volunteers available. If you’ve considered participating in our program, now’s the perfect time to be matched with a senior friend. Check out our website at www.befriendersbozeman.org, or call Susan at 522-8169 for more information.

 

Gallatin County Solid Waste District: (tfn/has own psa running)

The Gallatin Solid Waste Management District holds a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program on the second Saturday of each month from 9:00 a.m. to noon. We accept hazardous chemicals from residents free of charge. Hazardous wastes from businesses. Call: 582-2494 for more information.

• The Gallatin Solid Waste Management District will be hosting an e-waste event on Earth Day, Friday, April 22nd, from 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds. It is free for the general public. The Logan Landfill accepts and recycles e-waste Monday through Saturday from 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. from the general public and commercial enterprises for a fee.

• The Gallatin Solid Waste Management District maintains recycling sites throughout Gallatin County. Please do not throw garbage, glass, or items not recycled. It could jeopardize the program. In order to reduce our carbon footprint, and help keep Gallatin County’s air clean, please turn off your engines before you unload.

Human Development Clinic (tfn/has own psa running)

Have you been experiencing relationship problems, stress, loss, depression, anxiety, or do you have parenting concerns? Are you seeking support as you deal with these and other stressors in your life? The Human Development Clinic offers low-cost confidential counseling for individuals, couples, and families. For more information about affordable mental health counseling, call 994-4113. That’s 994-4113.

 

Hopa Mountain (tfn)

Hopa Mountain is a nonprofit organization that invests in rural and tribal citizen leaders, adults and youth, who are working to improve education, ecological health, and economic development (www.hopamountain.org). On February 15, 2011 Hopa Mountain will be releasing our Together campaign, which seeks to raise awareness about the importance of early learning for children and their families.

Car Seat Check Up Events (end : until further notice)

2nd Thursday of each Month

12:00-2:00

9/8, 11/10, 12/8

4th Monday of each Month

4:00-6:00

8/22, 9/26, 10/24, 11/21, 12/19

Saturday 10:00-12:00

7/16, 9/24

Where: 34 North Rouse

Bozeman Fire Station 1

By appointment only please: www.gallatinsafekids@gmail.com

587-7786/582-2350/388-4480

 

The Eagles (tfn)

For more than a century, the Fraternal Order of Eagles has had a major positive influence on our region, nation, world, and most importantly on our communities. The Eagles are hometown builders. We support our troops, police, firefighters, and others who protect and serve. To show our appreciation, we offer all Law Enforcement Officers, Firefighters, Correctional Officers, Emergency Medical Technicians, Military, and all Honorably Discharged Military one-year complimentary membership with the Eagles. For more information contact the Bozeman Aerie at 587-9996.

 

Low cost Counseling (tfn)

Have you been experiencing relationship problems, stress, loss, depression, anxiety, or do you have parenting concerns? Are you seeking support as you deal with these and other stressors in your life? The Human Development Clinic offers low-cost confidential counseling for individuals, couples, and families. For more information about affordable mental health counseling, call 994-4113. That’s 994-4113.

 

 

 

Habitat 4 Humanity Restore (tfn)

Due to the demands of our patrons, the HABITAT 4 HUMANITY RESTORE of Belgrade has increased it’s hours and has expanded it’s volunteer search. Call Mike or Lou at 388-2851 Thursdays/Fridays, 9:00-4:00,Saturdays 10:00-5:00 for our VOLUNTEER program information.

American Red Cross – Blood Drives (tfn)

The American Red Cross has a full slate of blood drives. To find out more about giving the gift of life and when their next drive is call 587-2790 or visit their website at redcrossblood.org

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Safe and Alive

Montana’s biggest killer is motor vehicle crashes. Safe and Alive presents the facts about motor vehicle passenger safety to empower Montanans to make the right personal, parental, and policy choices that touch the lives of individuals and families every day. These facts are based on statistics and studies from the Montana Department of Transportation, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and other credible sources. To provide a better understanding of this topic, the Buckle Up/Safe Kids Coalition will be offering this free presentation to area businesses, agencies and community groups. For more information on how to host a Safe and Alive presentation, contact Stacy at Child Care Connections, 587-7786.

Alzheimer’s Association

The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Support Group meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the Month at 6:30pm at Parkhaven Assisted Living & Retirement Community. For more information please call Chris at 282-7488.

 

AFS High School Exchange

Each year AFS gives a number of special families a chance to host an AFS High School exchange student. Most people have no idea how much hosting a young person from another country can bring to their lives. You can find out! Call 1-800-AFS-INFO for more information! Teens, join the fight against meth this summer by entering the Montana Meth Project’s “Paint the State” contest, for a chance to win up to sixty-five hundred dollars! ($6,500). Use Montana as your canvas to design, create and display your anti-meth message: paint a barn, grain silo, storefront window, or design any other work of public art. So, if you’re 13 to 18, here’s your chance to say “Not Even Once” to meth and earn money this summer. For more information a

Community Calendar

Townsquare Media – South Central Montana

Week of October 10th

 

 

 

Free Bike Helmets (end tfn)

Child Care Connections has available new, low-cost bike helmets for children and

adults. These Bell Sports helmets are being offered for a $12.00 donation and

are available immediately.

Bike helmets will be available by appointment by contacting Child Care

Connections at 587-7786 or stacy@childcareconnections.info. Child Care

Connections is the lead agency for Safe Kids Gallatin County.

 

 

The United States Air Force Band (end oct. 10)

 

Sunday, Oct 9

Concert Band and Singing Sergeants Fall Tour

Sacajawea Middle School Gymnasium
3525 South 3rd Rd.
Bozeman, MT 59715

3 p.m.

For FREE tickets, mail your request indicating the number of tickets you’d like (limit 4 tickets per request) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

U.S. Air Force Band Tickets
Attn: Renee Westlake
404 W. Main St.
Bozeman, MT 59715

 

 

 

Monday, Oct 10

Concert Band and Singing Sergeants Fall Tour

Park High School Gymnasium
102 View Vista Dr.
Livingston, MT 59047

7 p.m.

For FREE tickets, mail your request indicating the number of tickets you’d like (limit 4 tickets per request) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

U.S. Air Force Band Tickets
Attn: Michel Sticka
102 View Vista Dr.
Livingston, MT 59047

 

 

5th Annual Cardboard Box City to Support Homeless Families in the Gallatin Valley(end oct. 14)

Did you know that today homeless families are the fastest growing population of homeless in the U.S.? Be a part of the solution to homelessness in our community.

Family Promise of Gallatin Valley is a nonprofit in Bozeman that assists homeless families to regain their independence. We invite you to raise awareness of homelessness on Friday, Oct 14th at our 5th Annual Cardboard Box City in Bogert Park.

Collect pledges of $100 or more per box and set up your decorated cardboard box home starting at 5pm on Friday night. Dinner will be served and incredible prizes will be given during our “Parade of Boxes”.

Spend this fun evening under the stars enjoying music by local DJ Missy 0’Malley! During our event you will learn about what it is like to be homeless from our guest speakers.

Individuals of all ages, families, youth groups, sororities, fraternities, civic and faith organizations are all welcome. Visit www.familypromisegv.org to register today! Call 582-7388 with any questions. Join us Friday, Oct. 14th to end homelessness, one family at a time.

 

 

 

 

Run For The Roses(end October 15)

AOII is hosting their annual Run for the Roses to benefit Arthritis and Arthritis Research on Saturday, October 15th, at 9:00 am. The distrances you can register for are a 1 mile fun run/wal, 5K, and 10k. Race day registration begins at 8:00 am. Pre-registration is available on Active.com or you can contact Lisa Eager at 209-915-6056.

 

Meet The Candidates (end October 20)

The League of Women Voters and the Inter-Neighborhood Council urge you to bring your questions and meet the candidates for the upcoming Bozeman city elections!

Event: CANDIDATES FORUM for Bozeman city elections

Date: Thursday, 20 October 2011

Time: 7:00 PM

Location: Commission Meeting Room, Bozeman City Hall, 121 N. Rouse Ave.

Candidates: Cyndy Andrus—City Commissioner

Bill Fieldler—City Commissioner

Jon Greenspon—Mayor

Jeff Krauss—Mayor

Karl Seel—Municipal Court Judge (unopposed)

Sponsors: The League of Women Voters and the Inter-Neighborhood Council

MSU Library Fundraiser (end oct. 20th)

On October 20th, The Friends of MSU Library present Jamie Ford, New York Times bestselling author of Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. Starting at 6:30, enjoy cocktails and silent auction, then delight in a fabulous dinner, live auction and keynote presentation. We look forward to you joining us and Jamie Ford on Thursday, October 20th at the Best Western Plus GranTree Inn. Thank you for supporting the library programs and resources for the students at MSU. For more information, please call 994-31-19. Co-sponsored by: Donald & Signe Farris, First Interstate Bank and Jack & Donna Ostrovsky.

The Derby Bash (end oct. 22)

A Costume Party Fundraiser for the Gallatin Roller Girlz, Southwest Montana’s Premier Roller Derby League.

Saturday, October 22 at Scissor Bills, Big Sky Mountain Village. Doors at 8pm. DJ 9pm-Close.
$2 Cover or free with two canned goods, to be donated to the Gallatin Food Bank. Raffle, Silent Auction & Prize for Best Costume. Get your derby on!

For more information visit http://www.gallatinrollergirlz.webs.com or Gallatin Roller Girlz on Facebook.

UPCOMING “PROTECTING OUR CHILDREN” SEMINAR(end oct 27th)

 

October 27th, 2011

6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

City Hall Commission room.

This event is for parents, teachers, and caregivers with children of any age, and is not to be missed by anyone with an earnest desire to protect their children and better understand the technology-facilitated crimes that children are faced with today.

During the seminar Bozeman police detectives will cover:

  • Local case studies of child exploitation and abuse including the challenges faced by families and law enforcement in these types of cases.
  • Child psychology.
  • Proliferation of online exploitation, cyber-bulling, “sexting”, etc.
  • Steps you can take to help keep your kids safe at home, in school, and online.

**DUE TO THE NATURE OF THIS TOPIC MATERIAL, THIS SEMINAR IS FOR ADULTS ONLY

Please visit www.bozemanpolice.com for more information and to sign up.

 

 

Love In The Name Of Christ: (end dec. 13)/(Oct. 25)

Love In the Name of Christ of Gallatin Valley is offering the public two new courses coming up soon within their Change Your Life program which seeks to equip and empower people through knowledge and personal mentorship with caring people to make, REAL, the changes they are desiring in their lives. Love INC programs are available to everyone – ALL are welcome.

DIVORCE CARE FOR KIDS: September 13 – December 13 (excluding Nov. 22), meets weekly on Tuesdays only, 6:30–8:30pm. Love INC is now accepting applications/registrations to enroll in this biblically based ministry to help children (ages 5-12) heal from the hurt caused by separation, divorce or abandonment by a living parent. This fun course uses drama, music, stories, activities and a compassionate leader to help children work through the different feelings and issues experienced in these circumstances. Snacks are provided. **Divorce Care Parenting Class, October 4 – November 8, also Tuesdays at 6:30-8:30pm, is a complimentary course catering to female parents/caregivers of the enrolled students. This required class prepares parents to help their children understand and utilize the information they learn in the DC4Kids class. Both programs will be held at Grace Bible Church on South 19th Avenue in Bozeman. There is no cost per child. Adults pay only $5.00 towards materials for the Divorce Care Parenting Class. Contact us ASAP at Love INC between 10am-2pm at (406) 587-3008 as the class roster will be limited. Application deadline: September 8th; however, the sooner the better, as this course tends to fill quickly.
BECOMING A POWERFUL PERSON: Powerful people have good self-esteem, are internally motivated, understand failure and understand how to recover from it. How would YOU like to be in control of YOUR life? What would life be like if you could enjoy it regardless of your circumstances and not worry about how people are treating you? This class, for ages 18 and up, is PACKED with tools that will transform your life and your relationships. You will have a Christian personal mentor to support and help guide you on this journey to transforming your life. Have fun and discover the amazing YOU! Class schedule: September 13 – October 25, meets weekly on Tuesdays only, 6:30–8:30pm. Contact us ASAP at Love INC (406) 587-3008 (10am-2pm) as class capacity is limited. Application deadline: September 6th .

 

Prescription Take Back Day (end oct. 29)

Please join our local partners in Gallatin County, the Missouri River Drug Task Force; the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office; the Bozeman PD; the Gallatin Solid Waste Management District; the City/County Health Department; the Local Water Quality District and the Nation for the next Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. It will take place on Saturday, October 29, 2011, from 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at the Law and Justice Center, 615 South 16th, Bozeman Montana. This event is free to the public. It will be the third event coordinated by the DEA to help consumers safely dispose of unused, unneeded, and expired prescription medications, including controlled substances. Help us purge your home medicine cabinets of neglected drugs to reduce prescription drug abuse. It is important to properly dispose of unused meds to help protect our ground water resources in Gallatin County. We can all contribute to its success and make all of our communities a safer place.

 

Blu SlipperTheatre (end oct. 30)

Just in time for the Halloween season, Livingston’s Blue Slipper Theatre presents a hauntingly chilling production: FRANKENSTEIN INC., by Marc Beaudin (Bo-deen). A modern adaptation of Mary Shelly’s horror classic, FRANKENSTEIN INC. was named a top ten arts event for the year by Michigan’s Saginaw News. The Montana premiere of Frankenstein Inc. plays (this) Friday, October 7th through the 30th , Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm with Sunday matinees the last 3 weekends. Reservations for FRANKENSTEIN INC. are recommended, by calling Livingston’s Blue Slipper Theatre, 222-7720.

Downtown Bozeman Association and Downtown Retailers Present –

Downtown Bozeman Trick or Treating (end October 31)

 

Downtown Bozeman is the place to be on Halloween! Join us from 3-6pm on Monday, October 31 for a spooktacular, safe evening of traditional trick of treating in downtown! So, parent’s let your kids enjoy the brisk outdoors for a little Halloween fun in Downtown Bozeman and gather goodies at over 125 businesses! Hot drinks will be available at the Downtown Visitor’s Center at 8 East Main Street. We will also have patrol cars and “safety sams” located at the intersections to help slow down traffic and make your experience as safe as possible! See you there!

Downtown Trick or Treating is FREE and open to the public and will go on snow or shine. For more information please call 586-4008 or visit www.downtownbozeman.org.

 

 

 

SOIL FOOD ENERGY: FREE PUBLIC LECTURE (END SEPT 29)

no-charge public workshop taught by Michele Evans, a local bio-intensive farmer. Michele educates on soils and how they effect the nutrition of our foods. She also teaches people how to integrate bio-intensive gardening into their lives. Donations are being accepted for Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter.
Just Cleanse is a research based educational organization made up of professionals in different disciplines. We come together to provide education and solutions with health and eco resources.

Sept. 29th, 7 pm, JustCleanse Meeting Space, 9000 S. 19th Avenue, Bozeman

Pre-register online at justcleanse.com or rsvp to info@justcleanse.com

 

2011 Bogert Farmers’ Market (end September 27)

The Bogert Farmers’ Market kicks off June 7th this year, and runs every Tuesday evening from 5 to 8 thru September 27th. Every week there is live music, plus different community groups host weekly family activities. Space is limited at 100 vendors. If you are interested, or want more information, call 406-539-0216 or go to www.bogertfarmersmarket.org.

 

 

2011 LIVINGSTON FARMERS MARKET (end sept 28)

IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN! The 2011 Livingston Farmers Market Begins Wednesday, June 1st and runs through September 28th, 4:30 to 7:30 with live music until 9pm at the Miles Park Bandshell next to the Livingston Civic Center. This destination event brings farmers, ranchers, musicians, artisans and craftspeople together for your shopping pleasure. Live music, sizzling burgers, cold beer, smokey bratwursts, and many other fine food choices round out the evening. Come early, stay late, get to know your friends and neighbors again after the long winter. On the banks of the Yellowstone River, framed by the majestic Absaroka Mountains, experience the charm and ambience of the Livingston Farmers Market. We’re growing for you!

 

Go to the Events Calendar at www.westernsustainabilityexchange.com for exact dates of Special Event Days and live music for the Market, or call 222-0730 for more information.

 

 

 

Open Burning (end: nov. 30, 2011)

Open buring in the State of Montana begins March 1st. Starting on the 1st residents of Gallatin County will be able to activate the required $15 Gallatin County Burn Permit to conduct burning. Permits can be purchased online at http://burnpermits.mt.gov or in person at:

-Gallatin County Treasurer’s Office, 311 West Main-Room 103 in Bozeman

-Bozeman Fire Station 1, 34 North Rouse in Bozeman

-Central Valley Fire District Station 1, 205 East Main in Belgrade

-Manhattan Fire Department, 222 Main in Manhattan

-Three Forks Public Library, 607 North Main in Three Forks

-Hebgen Basin Fire District Station 1, 400 Yellowstone in West Yellowstone

After permits are purchased, or renewed, the permit is good until November 30, 2011 when burn season closes. These permits need to be activated each day a permit holder burns either online at http://burnpermits.mt.gov, or by automated telephone at 1-877-306-2876.

 

Northwest Energy Star (tfn)

Say you wanted to send a letter to a friend – it wouldn’t be efficient to use a

typewriter… the highlight of technology 40 years ago… Advancements in

technology have made many things more efficient. So if you’re in the market for

a home, are you going to consider buying technology from 40 years ago?

Or will you buy a brand new home, built with today’s technologies – like efficient

heating & cooling and better insulation. If you want a better built more

comfortable home that saves energy and money every month –consider a

brand new ENERGY STAR certified home. To learn more, visit

northwestENERGYSTAR.com.

 

 

Befrienders (tfn)

“Befrienders”, a local non-profit located at the Bozeman Senior Center, seeks to link isolated seniors with volunteers from the community. Volunteers may assist with shopping, take seniors for walks, or simply play cards. Check out our website at www.befriendersbozeman.org, or call Susan at 522-8169 for more information.

“Befrienders” links isolated seniors with community volunteers. Presently we have more senior applications than volunteers available. If you’ve considered participating in our program, now’s the perfect time to be matched with a senior friend. Check out our website at www.befriendersbozeman.org, or call Susan at 522-8169 for more information.

 

Gallatin County Solid Waste District: (tfn/has own psa running)

The Gallatin Solid Waste Management District holds a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program on the second Saturday of each month from 9:00 a.m. to noon. We accept hazardous chemicals from residents free of charge. Hazardous wastes from businesses. Call: 582-2494 for more information.

• The Gallatin Solid Waste Management District will be hosting an e-waste event on Earth Day, Friday, April 22nd, from 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds. It is free for the general public. The Logan Landfill accepts and recycles e-waste Monday through Saturday from 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. from the general public and commercial enterprises for a fee.

• The Gallatin Solid Waste Management District maintains recycling sites throughout Gallatin County. Please do not throw garbage, glass, or items not recycled. It could jeopardize the program. In order to reduce our carbon footprint, and help keep Gallatin County’s air clean, please turn off your engines before you unload.

Human Development Clinic (tfn/has own psa running)

Have you been experiencing relationship problems, stress, loss, depression, anxiety, or do you have parenting concerns? Are you seeking support as you deal with these and other stressors in your life? The Human Development Clinic offers low-cost confidential counseling for individuals, couples, and families. For more information about affordable mental health counseling, call 994-4113. That’s 994-4113.

 

Hopa Mountain (tfn)

Hopa Mountain is a nonprofit organization that invests in rural and tribal citizen leaders, adults and youth, who are working to improve education, ecological health, and economic development (www.hopamountain.org). On February 15, 2011 Hopa Mountain will be releasing our Together campaign, which seeks to raise awareness about the importance of early learning for children and their families.

Car Seat Check Up Events (end : until further notice)

2nd Thursday of each Month

12:00-2:00

9/8, 11/10, 12/8

4th Monday of each Month

4:00-6:00

8/22, 9/26, 10/24, 11/21, 12/19

Saturday 10:00-12:00

7/16, 9/24

Where: 34 North Rouse

Bozeman Fire Station 1

By appointment only please: www.gallatinsafekids@gmail.com

587-7786/582-2350/388-4480

 

The Eagles (tfn)

For more than a century, the Fraternal Order of Eagles has had a major positive influence on our region, nation, world, and most importantly on our communities. The Eagles are hometown builders. We support our troops, police, firefighters, and others who protect and serve. To show our appreciation, we offer all Law Enforcement Officers, Firefighters, Correctional Officers, Emergency Medical Technicians, Military, and all Honorably Discharged Military one-year complimentary membership with the Eagles. For more information contact the Bozeman Aerie at 587-9996.

 

Low cost Counseling (tfn)

Have you been experiencing relationship problems, stress, loss, depression, anxiety, or do you have parenting concerns? Are you seeking support as you deal with these and other stressors in your life? The Human Development Clinic offers low-cost confidential counseling for individuals, couples, and families. For more information about affordable mental health counseling, call 994-4113. That’s 994-4113.

 

 

 

Habitat 4 Humanity Restore (tfn)

Due to the demands of our patrons, the HABITAT 4 HUMANITY RESTORE of Belgrade has increased it’s hours and has expanded it’s volunteer search. Call Mike or Lou at 388-2851 Thursdays/Fridays, 9:00-4:00,Saturdays 10:00-5:00 for our VOLUNTEER program information.

American Red Cross – Blood Drives (tfn)

The American Red Cross has a full slate of blood drives. To find out more about giving the gift of life and when their next drive is call 587-2790 or visit their website at redcrossblood.org

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Safe and Alive

Montana’s biggest killer is motor vehicle crashes. Safe and Alive presents the facts about motor vehicle passenger safety to empower Montanans to make the right personal, parental, and policy choices that touch the lives of individuals and families every day. These facts are based on statistics and studies from the Montana Department of Transportation, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and other credible sources. To provide a better understanding of this topic, the Buckle Up/Safe Kids Coalition will be offering this free presentation to area businesses, agencies and community groups. For more information on how to host a Safe and Alive presentation, contact Stacy at Child Care Connections, 587-7786.

Alzheimer’s Association

The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Support Group meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the Month at 6:30pm at Parkhaven Assisted Living & Retirement Community. For more information please call Chris at 282-7488.

 

AFS High School Exchange

Each year AFS gives a number of special families a chance to host an AFS High School exchange student. Most people have no idea how much hosting a young person from another country can bring to their lives. You can find out! Call 1-800-AFS-INFO for more information! Teens, join the fight against meth this summer by entering the Montana Meth Project’s “Paint the State” contest, for a chance to win up to sixty-five hundred dollars! ($6,500). Use Montana as your canvas to design, create and display your anti-meth message: paint a barn, grain silo, storefront window, or design any other work of public art. So, if you’re 13 to 18, here’s your chance to say “Not Even Once” to meth and earn money this summer. For more information about the “Paint the State” contest visit www.paintthestatemontana.org.

 

bout the “Paint the State” contest visit www.paintthestatemontana.org.

 

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