It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas and that means that there are holiday events and great causes going on in the Bozeman area.  How will you be getting into the holiday spirit?

Teddy Bear Toss at MSU Women's Basketball Game

MSU fans will once again have the opportunity to toss teddy bears on the court during halftime on Friday, November 30th.  The Bobcat women will be hosting Long Beach State at 7 p.m. at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse.  MSU Athletics team up with long time corporate partner Bank of Bozeman to invite fans to bring a new stuffed animal for boys and girls ages 5 to 10 to support Eagle Mount.  More details here.

McDonald's Supports Special Olympics

McDonald's of Belgrade is celebrating their Grand Re-Opening on Saturday, December 1st.  There will be athletes on-site and Ally from 100.7 XL Country will be there from 10 a.m. to noon.  Also, to celebrate the day and help out the community McDonald's will be donating 50% of the days proceeds towards our local Special Olympics.

White Christmas at the Ellen Theater

Enjoy this holiday favorite presented by Montana Theater Works throughout the holiday season beginning Friday, November 30th at 7:30 p.m. You can enjoy all the songs you love like SnowThe Best Things Happen While You're DancingBlue Skies, I Love a Piano, Count Your Blessings and the title tune White Christmas. The amazing adaptation of the hit movie musical features a talented cast of singers and dancers with a live 20-piece orchestra.  It's a show worth seeing over and over again.  See the show schedule here.

Santa Run for Education

There's no quicker way to get into the holiday spirit than putting on your Santa hat and running the streets of Bozeman as part of the annual Santa Run 5k for Education.  The Santa Run will help kick-off the Christmas Stroll on Saturday, December 1st from 10:15 a.m. to noon.  Details here.

Christmas Stroll in Downtown Bozeman

Downtown Bozeman will become the hub of holiday spirit on Saturday, December 1st for the 2018 Christmas Stroll parade and events.  It will all get started at 4:30 p.m. as Santa Claus works his way from the Emerson Cultural Center down Main Street, singing Christmas carols and lighting the downtown Christmas Spiders.  You can get pictures with Santa following the Stroll and enjoy horse-drawn wagon rides.  Main Street will be closed for this event beginning at 2:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. between Grand and Church.  More details on the Christmas Stroll here.