Events in the Bozeman Area This Weekend
Improv, science projects, a progressive flag walk and LIVE MUSIC are all happening around Bozeman. Many events require registration in advance to limit capacity so take a look asap.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22nd - Celebrate the American Flag for All, Progressive Walk. Happening at 5:30pm in downtown Bozeman (starting at Church and Main). Bring your American flag along with any other progressive flag to demonstrate the American flag is for all Americans. The walk/bike ride will end at 3rd and Main. Please maintain social distancing and wear an appropriate face covering. Weather is expected to be a factor so dress warmly.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23rd - Dustin Tucker 'Figurine' Album Release Show/Party/Listen at The Filling Station. 8pm. ONLY 50 TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR THIS SHOW! Every attendee will get the new album on disc (which is limited to only 100 produced). Tickets are $20 each,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24th - Halloween "Grossology" Program for Museum of the Rockies Members. 4pm - 5pm. (Must be a member to participate but this annual special event is free to members. There are multiple sessions to accommodate as many people as possible. Must register in advance through the Museum of the Rockies online. Appropriate for ages 4 to 12 years old. Fun, gross, science related projects. Please note: This is NOT a drop-off program.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25th - Silly Spookies: Halloween Improv Show & Crafts. Happening at 1pm at the Bozeman Ponds. You must reserve your spot in advance (both kids and adults) to maintain capacity. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets for a fun improv event with a Halloween theme. Suggested donation of $10 per family, day of show. This event is outdoors so make sure to dress warmly!