There are lots of fun, interesting things to do this week around the Bozeman area. If you want to be social and really engage with other people, not just "go out", these events might help fill your social calendar.

Tuesday, February 13th - Mardi Gras X Bingo Night & Tasting: Starts at 7pm at the Rocking R Bar in downtown Bozeman. Fat Tuesday Bingo fun with local food, prizes, beads, and margs. Outlaw Brewing and 406 Agave will be there doing tastings.

Wednesday, February 14th - Pour and Roar - Raptors and Romance: Happening at the Museum of the Rockies. Ticketed event starts at 6pm and is 21+. "Sink your teeth into appetizers and wine, learn about fossil fornication in a spicy lecture from PBS EONS host Kallie Moore; compete in a silly scavenger hunt for prizes, make friendship bracelets, and laugh your tail off in a salacious comedy experience with local comedians, Sam Chronowski and Jack Wickum. End the evening with a special star show in the Taylor Planetarium."

Friday, February 16th - 7th Annual Oysterfest at the Mint Bar in Livingston: Starts at 4pm and all oyster lovers are invited to The Mint in Livingston. It's first come, first served. People who love oysters are a unique crowd...come meet your people on Friday!

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Saturday, February 17th - Bozeman Plant Swap and Social at the Bozeman Library: Starts at 3pm in the Community Room on the 1st floor of the library. No buying or selling...this is strictly a fun swap! Meet other plant lovers in the area. Bring 3 plants or clippings and go home with 3 different ones. "Share those hard to get plants and meet and socialize with fellow plant enthusiasts."

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Sunday, February 18th - Early Bird Cars & Coffee in Belgrade: Happening 8am to 10am at Duke's Café in Belgrade. Car lovers of all kinds can come together, socialize while having their breakfast. Everyone is invited, just bring your passion for engines! Happens every week, in any weather.

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