Galas, brew fests, dog runs, ski movies, ghost tours, fly fishing and more. GREAT weather is expected this weekend so let's get out there and enjoy all the fun Bozeman area events...

Friday, September 24th & Saturday, September 25th: Bozeman premiere of TGR's Stoke The Fire - (ski movie) Happening at The Emerson. TWO NIGHTS. Hosted by Teton Gravity Research. Early show - Doors at 6:00 pm, Film at 6:30 pm. Tickets are $15 advance, $20 day of show (only $10 for ages 16 & under) Late show - Doors at 8:30 pm, Film at 9:00 pm. Tickets are $20.

Friday, September 24th & Saturday, September 25th: Ladies Who Cast: Introduction to Fly FishingAll you need is a Montana fishing license. Happening at Yellowstone Angler in Livingston. Cost: $150/person. Includes: Saturday lunch + gear rentals if needed. Date: Friday, September 24th (6-8:30PM), Saturday, September 25th (9AM-2PM). Saturday lunch included.

Friday, September 24th: Ghost walking tours with Bozeman Paranormal Society - Tours start at 8pm. Online reservations are required. Tickets are $10 for adults, $6 for seniors and kids. Meet in front of Willson Auditorium across from the Gallatin History Museum on Main Street.

Friday, September 24th: Western Rendezvous at Eagle Mount Bozeman - Starts at 5pm. Family friendly fundraiser at Eagle Mount. Children’s carnival, live auction and cash call, and kick up your boots to live music.

Friday, September 24th: Montana Brewers Fall Rendezvous 2021 - Happening at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds. Your ticket includes your beer pours and a commemorative glass. All brewers are MONTANA brewers! VIP starts at 3pm, GA starts at 4pm.

Saturday, September 25th: Hyalite Fall Clean-Up Day - Starts at 12 noon. Please register in advance at the link above. Day Use Area, Chisholm, History Rock, Moser and Lick Creek areas as well as some much-needed roadside cleanup. Lunch provided by the Pickle Barrel! Hosted by Friends of Hyalite.

Saturday, September 25th: DogDash3k at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds - Fun run for you and your dog with obstacles and activities. Starts at 3pm. Fun, food and drinks at the finish line. Tickets available at the link above.

Saturday, September 25th: Oktoberfest at Single Barrel - A fundraiser for the Kaj Seifert Foundation For Aspiring Young Artists. Single Barrel Liquor & Bar. 1-7 PM in the alley behind the Market Building at Ferguson Farms. Live music by the Hemispheres, Sam Platts and The Plainsmen, and Crazy Mountain Express. Food trucks, beer on tap. Prizes for best dressed at Oktoberfest. Stein holding contest. Tickets are $15 at the door.

Saturday, September 25th: Fall Fix-up Festival - Starts at 8am. Community service event. "The annual Bozeman Fix-Up Festival brings our community together for one day each year to provide minor repairs for our low-income neighbors."

Saturday, September 25th: Bozeman Brewing Co. 20th Anniversary Block Party - (504 North Broadway, Bozeman) Happening 4pm to 9pm. Parking lot games, prizes. Live music by Squirrel Gravy and The Dirty Dirty. Food trucks on site and bar service from SHINE on site.

Saturday, September 25th: 11th Annual Buddy Walk at the Gallatin County Regional (Dino) Park - Happening 10am to Noon. This is a casual, safe, self-paced "Buddy Walk". A great opportunity to get outside with a good friend and enjoy the outdoors in a safe place.

Saturday, September 25th: Notorious BOZ // Long Form Comedy - at Last Best Comedy in downtown Bozeman (Alley Entrance, 321 E Main St) Tickets start at $15. Sept. 25th, see the notorious Paul Brittain of SNL.

Sunday, September 26th: GNL Trivia Night at Bar IX - (311 East Main, downtown Bozeman) Happening 7pm to 9pm. Free to play with prizes for winners.

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