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FRIDAY, June 1

THEATER

Open Door Theatre presents Tom Griffin's “The Boys Next Door," Kaleidoscope Playhouse, 1602 W. Beall St., 7:30 p.m., $12, www.opendoorbozeman.org. This very funny yet very touching play directed by Stephanie Campbell is set in New England and deals with four men with various mental disabilities who live in a group home. Under the supervision of an earnest, but increasingly burned out social worker (Roerick Sweeney), we get to know these men through brief vignettes of their lives over a two month period.

LECTURE

Bozeman Preservation Advocacy Group's (BPAG) First Friday: “Deciphering the Alphabet Soup of City Planning," with Martin Matsen and Chris Saunders, director and assistant director of city development, Story Mansion, 811 S. Willson Ave., noon, free. City planning is loaded with a soup of NCOD, UDC, ADU, and growth policies. Do these plans interrelate? Which takes precedence, when? Where in the mix is Historic Preservation clearly defined? Your questions are welcome.

“Weeds: Why Should I Care?” with Steve Saunders, Summer Campground Speaker Series, Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, 1455 Montana Highway 2, Whitehall, 8 p.m., free, http://stateparks.mt.gov/lewis-and-clark-caverns/. Join Steve Saunders as he discusses how noxious weeds gain a foothold and impact natural rangeland plant communities. Learn how to identify noxious weeds by life form and growth habit and how that allows them to be so aggressive. Saunders will also explain the connection between land use and noxious weeds and how proper land management can slow their spread.

EVENTS

North Side Summer Stroll, Wallace Avenue and Cottonwood Street, 4-8 p.m., free.  Join Bozeman North Side Businesses for discounts, beverages, dinner or a meander around the 'hood. The Bozeman Flea will present a pop-up market. 

Warmachines Open Play, Rook’s Comics and Games, 2740 W. Main St., 6:30-10 p.m., free.

The Gathering Friday Night Magic, Rook’s Comics and Games, 2740 W. Main St., 6:30-11 p.m., free.

Murders, Madams and Mediums: Bozeman's Dark Side Walking Tour, Western Cafe, 43 E. Main St., 7 p.m., $10, $7 for students and seniors, and free for children 12 and under, www.adventurethroughtime.org or call (406) 220-2678. Bozeman's darker history comes to light in an Extreme History Project walking tour designed to send a shiver up your spine. 

Breathing Our Freedom, Bozeman Dharma Center, 1019 E. Main St., Suite 202, 7-9 p.m., suggested donation of $15; no one turned away for lack of funds, www.bozemandharmacenter.org. Visiting teacher Tempel Smith discusses meditation practice from simple awareness of breathing in and out, through a deep embodiment and concentration, to the development of liberating insights. This talk is open to the public and is the introductory evening to a weekend retreat.

KIDS

GVLT Discovery Walk: Kids Birding with MOSS, Cherry River, Frontage Road, 9:30 a.m., free, www.gvlt.org. Grab some binoculars to discover the amazing birds in your own backyard.

Read-Sing-Play Preschool Storytime (ages 3-6), Bozeman Public Library Children’s Room, 626 E. Main St., 10:15 and 11:15 a.m., free. Short storytime followed by activities for parents and kids.

Preschool Storytime (ages 3-6), Belgrade Community Library, 106 N. Broadway, Belgrade, 11 a.m., free. Stories, songs, puppets and more will be followed by Stay & Play activities.

Pokemon Club (grades 1-12), Bozeman Public Library Small Conference Room, 626 E. Main St., 4:30-5:30 p.m., free. Activities for all levels of Pokemon fans.

MUSIC

Claudia Williams, Kountry Korner Café, 81820 Gallatin Rd., Four Corners, 5:30 p.m., no cover, kountrykornermontana.com.

The Woodpile, Wild Joe’s Coffee Spot, 18 W. Main St., 6-8 p.m., no cover, www.wildjoescoffee.com, thewoodpile.bandzoogle.com/home. The Woodpile is an indie folk band formed in Laramie, Wyoming. Together, the band has composited a sound driven by folk storytelling, dense vocal harmony, energetic electric guitar, unorthodox song arrangements, and a tight, rock-influenced rhythm section. 

Cajun Moon, blues, southern rock and Cajun-style music, Cafe Zydeco, 2711 W. College St., 6-9 p.m, no cover.

Montana Manouche, Gypsy jazz quartet, Uncorked Wine & Cheese Bar, 212 W. Park St., Livingston, 6-8:30 p.m., no cover, www.thegourmetcellar.com, www.montanamanouche.com.

Friday Night Jazz, Red Tractor Pizza, 1007 W. Main St., 7-9 p.m., no cover, redtractorpizza.com.

Neil Filo Beddow, original folk rock, Norris Hot Springs, Montana Highway 84 (Norris Road), 7 p.m., $2 music cover (a hot springs soak is an additional $7 for adults, $5 for seniors and $3 for kids under 12), norrishotsprings.com, soundcloud.com/neil-filo-beddow. Beddow describes his guitar style as the West Dakota stutter - his lyrically scrambled iambic pentameter can be politically bent, spiritually seeking, tongue in cheek humorous with just a twist of serious. 

Corb Lund and Band with Jason Wickens, Pine Creek Lodge, 2496 E. River Rd., Livingston, 7 p.m., $25 in advance, $30 at the gate,www.pinecreeklodgemontana.com.

Bluebelly Junction, Sac Bar, Sacajawea Hotel, 5 N. Main St., Three Forks, 9 p.m., no cover, sacajaweahotel.com, 21+.

Christy Hays, Texas alt-country, Murray Bar, 201 W. Park St., Livingston, 9 p.m., no cover, www.themurraybar.com, christyhays.com, 21+. 

Milton Menasco & The Big Fiasco, Chico Saloon, Chico Hot Springs, 163 Chico Rd., Pray, 9 p.m., no cover, 21+.

Green Partridge, Haufbrau, 22 S. Eighth Ave., 10 p.m., no cover, 21+.

Sneaky Pete & The Secret Weapons with Modern Sons, The Filling Station, 2005 N. Rouse Ave., 10 p.m., $10 at Cactus Records, $10 at the door, 21+.

SATURDAY, June 2

THEATER

Open Door Theatre presents Tom Griffin's “The Boys Next Door," Kaleidoscope Playhouse, 1602 W. Beall St., 7:30 p.m., $12, www.opendoorbozeman.org. This very funny yet very touching play is set in New England and deals with four men with various mental disabilities who live in a group home. 

ART

Madison Valley Open Studio Tours, map and flyers at Gallery 287, 50 MT Highway 287 Unit C, or Ennis Chamber of Commerce, 201 E. Main St., Ennis, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., free. Meet the artists of Madison Valley and experience where they work and create. There will be a blacksmith, potter, jeweler, painters, pyrography, pencil artist, airbrush artist and more. 

EVENTS

National Trails Day Lewis and Clark-themed Scavenger Hunt, Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, 1455 Montana Highway 2, Whitehall, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., free, http://stateparks.mt.gov/lewis-and-clark-caverns/. Participants will meet at the Campground Pavilion and will split into two teams to complete the scavenger hunt along a 2-mile loop. Bring water and snacks if desired. Sturdy hiking boots and weather-appropriate clothing are recommended. For more information, contact Rebekah Smith at (406) 287-3541 or Rebekah.Smith@mt.gov.

GVLT Discovery Walk: Wildflower Walk, Drinking Horse Trail, Bridger Drive, 9:30 a.m., free, www.gvlt.org. Explore the variety of blooming wildflowers with local wildflower enthusiast and expert Carolyn Hopper. 

Tents to Town: Bozeman's Historic Main Street Walking Tour, Soroptomist Park, Main and Rouse, 10 a.m., $10, $7 for students and seniors, and free for children 12 and under, www.adventurethroughtime.org or call (406) 220-2678. Learn about Bozeman's early history through the historic architecture and people that founded our unique town in this Extreme History Project walking tour.

Bozeman Pet Expo, Gallatin County Fairgrounds, 901 N. Black Ave., 10 a.m.-3 p.m., $3, free for kids 12 and under, www.bozemanpetexpo.com. Resources and inspiration to make your pet's life healthy and happy, all in one place. The online waiver form must be completed to bring pets.

Living History Day, Yellowstone Gateway Museum, 118 W. Chinook St., Livingston, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., free. Artisans demonstrate flint knapping, blacksmithing, painting, Dutch-oven cooking and more. Native American traditional games are offered. Free admission to activities, exhibits and on-demand, docent-led “blitz” group tours. 

Four Corners Fishing Festival, Simms, 177 Garden Drive, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., free. Join Fins & Feathers and River's Edge West for a day of fly fishing gear and celebration with factory representatives and demos, casting instruction and raffles.

Paranormal Talk & Trivia, Townshend’s Bozeman Teahouse, 402 E. Main St., 6:30-8 p.m., free. Bozeman Paranormal Group will share local Bozeman ghost stories and showcase some of the tools and techniques used to measure paranormal activity.

Distilling the Past: Bozeman's Drinking History Walking Tour, Soroptomist Park, Main and Rouse, 7 p.m., $10, $7 for students and seniors, and free for children 12 and under,  www.adventurethroughtime.org or call (406) 220-2678. Bozeman’s drinking  industry is nearly as old as the town itself. Join the Extreme History Project to learn about Bozeman’s brewing history, hear stories of colorful characters in the city’s 19th and 20th century saloons, learn how Prohibition affected Bozeman’s saloon keepers, and visit old neighborhood bars. 

KIDS

Books & Babies (ages 0-2), Bozeman Public Library Children’s Room, 626 E. Main St., 10 a.m., free. Rhymes, singing and relaxed play time for infants with parent or caregiver.

Chess Club, Bozeman Public Library Teen Study Room, 626 E. Main St., 10 a.m.-12 p.m., free. With mentor Travis Kidd. For school-age kids looking for chess partners, all levels welcome.

The Silly Moose Improv Show, Verge Theater, 2304 N. Seventh Ave., 3 p.m., $7 at vergetheater.com or Cactus Records, $9 at the door.

MUSIC

Bob Britten, variety piano, Kountry Korner Café, 81820 Gallatin Rd., Four Corners, 5:30 p.m., no cover, kountrykornermontana.com.

Open Mic Night, Wild Joe’s Coffee Spot, 18 W. Main St., 6-8 p.m., contributions welcome, www.wildjoescoffee.com. Individual set lengths depend on the number of musicians who want to play. Sign-ups start at 5:30 p.m. A modest contribution to the kitty will be divided by participating musicians at the end of the night.

Edis, Ted’s Montana Grill, Baxter Hotel, 105 W. Main St., 6:30-9:30 p.m., no cover, tips appreciated. Edis will be joined by Cliff DeManty on keyboards and Eddie T on bass. Weather permitting, music will be on the back patio. 

Aran Buzzas, "Homegrown Montana Folky Tonk," Norris Hot Springs, Montana Highway 84 (Norris Road), 7 p.m., $2 music cover (a hot springs soak is an additional $7 for adults, $5 for seniors and $3 for kids under 12), norrishotsprings.com. Buzzas performs songs that are easy to relate to, often amusing, and frequently with a regional backdrop.

Red Glow Buffalo, rock, Murray Bar, 201 W. Park St., Livingston, 9 p.m., no cover, www.themurraybar.com, www.facebook.com/TheRedGlowBuffalo, 21+. 

Sugar Daddies, Sac Bar, Sacajawea Hotel, 5 N. Main St., Three Forks, 9 p.m., no cover, sacajaweahotel.com, 21+.

Milton Menasco & The Big Fiasco, Chico Saloon, Chico Hot Springs, 163 Chico Rd., Pray, 9 p.m., no cover, 21+.

Jillian Holzbauer, Haufbrau, 22 S. Eighth Ave., 10 p.m., no cover, 21+.

SUNDAY, June 3

THEATER

Open Door Theatre presents Tom Griffin's “The Boys Next Door," Kaleidoscope Playhouse, 1602 W. Beall St., 3 p.m., $12, www.opendoorbozeman.org. This very funny yet very touching play is set in New England and deals with four men with various mental disabilities who live in a group home. 

ART

Madison Valley Open Studio Tours, map and flyers at Gallery 287, 50 MT Highway 287 Unit C, or Ennis Chamber of Commerce, 201 E. Main St., Ennis, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., free. Meet the artists of Madison Valley and experience where they work and create. There will be a blacksmith, potter, jeweler, painters, pyrography, pencil artist, airbrush artist and more. 

EVENTS

Gracious Gables; Bozeman's Historic Bon Ton District Walking Tour, Story Mansion, 811 S. Willson Ave., 1 p.m., $10, $7 for students and seniors, and free for children 12 and under, www.adventurethroughtime.org or call (406) 220-2678. Have you ever driven down Willson Avenue and wondered about the people who lived in those fine houses? Wonder no longer! In this Extreme History Project walking tour, learn about the upper class of early Bozeman, the lawyers, lawmakers, professors, doctors and businessmen who built their grand mansions on Willson and Grand avenues.

Sunday FUNDay Dine 2 Donate Kickoff, Bozeman Brewing Company, 504 N. Broadway Ave., 2-8 p.m. Visit participating Bozeman restaurants and breweries June 3-10 and a portion of your tab will go towards the Fork & Spoon Kitchen (formally The Community Cafe). See all of the participating restaurants and full details at www.tinyurl.com/d2d20180.

The Ghosts of Bozeman’s Past: The Historic Sunset Hills Cemetery Walking Tour, meet at the entrance to Sunset Hills Cemetery located off of East Main Street through Lindley Park, 4 p.m., $10, $7 for students and seniors, and free for children 12 and under, www.adventurethroughtime.org or call (406) 220-2678. Join the Extreme History Project to learn about Bozeman's early movers and shakers and the stories that make up the town's historical narrative.

Warmachines Open Play, Rook’s Comics and Games, 2740 W. Main St., 6:30-10 p.m., free.

Young Adult Meditation Group, Bozeman Dharma Center, 1019 E. Main St., Suite 202, 7-8:30 p.m., by donation, www.bozemandharmacenter.org. Drop-in meditation for adults 18-32. No experience necessary, instruction and guidance will be available.

DANCE

Sunday dancing with music by Open Range, American Legion Post No. 87, 218 E. Main St., Manhattan, 1-5 p.m., $8.

Tango Montana, Emerson Center ballroom, 111 S. Grand Ave., drop-in dance class, 7-7:30 p.m., Tango Practica (open dancing with all levels instruction available as requested), 7:30-10:30 p.m., free, www.tangomontana.com, www.facebook.com/TangoMontana/. No partner or experience needed.

MUSIC

Brunch Live Music Series: Ashly Holland, Pine Creek Lodge, 2496 E. River Rd., Livingston, 11 a.m-1 p.m., no cover, www.pinecreeklodgemontana.com.

Howard Beall & The Fake News, Wild Joe’s Coffee Spot, 18 W. Main St., 1-3 p.m., no cover, www.wildjoescoffee.com. Howard Beall and the Fake News is a collection of talented young artists from the great state of Montana. They play groove-based music; specifically pulling from the jazz, rock and funk genres. 

Thomas Sunsan, MAP Brewing, 510 Manley Rd., 6-8 p.m., no cover, mapbrewing.com.

The Bridger Mountain Big Band, Sunday night jazz, Eagles Lodge, 316 E. Main St., Bozeman, 7 p.m., $5 suggested donation, 21+.

MOTH, Bozeman Hot Springs, 81123 Gallatin Rd., 7-10 p.m., free with admission ($4-8.50), www.bozemanhotsprings.co. Bozeman-based MOTH is one of the best bands in the area for amazing electro/funk rock. Inspired by the dance-ability of DJ music and the musicianship of jam bands, MOTH brings a sound that is similar to bands like Daft Punk and Umphrey’s McGee.

Nathan North, Norris Hot Springs, Montana Highway 84 (Norris Road), 7 p.m., $2 music cover (a hot springs soak is an additional $7 for adults, $5 for seniors and $3 for kids under 12), norrishotsprings.com, www.facebook.com/nathanjnorth. North is a Billings performer, who uses loops to create complex and wonderful songs.

Hemlock with Sevidemic and Life Has a Way, The Filling Station, 2005 N. Rouse Ave., 8 p.m., $10, 21+.

Canyon Collected, Chico Saloon, Chico Hot Springs, 163 Chico Rd., Pray, 8 p.m., no cover, 21+.

Open mic, Haufbrau, 22 S. Eighth Ave., 10 p.m., no cover, 21+.

MONDAY, June 4

EVENTS

Bozeman Bike to Work Week, Rockford Coffee, 18 E. Main St., 7-9 a.m., free, gallatinvalleybicycleclub.org/community-events/. Ride your bike or walk to Rockford for complimentary coffee and breakfast goodies. Knowledgeable volunteers will be available to offer safe route guidance and answer questions regarding bicycle traffic laws.

Casual co-ed drop-in badminton, Hope Lutheran Church gymnasium, 2152 W. Graf St., 9-11 a.m., $5. All equipment provided. Contact Tom Carne at 624-6746 for more information.

Bozeman Bike to Work Week, Starky's Authentic Americana, 24 N. Tracy Ave., 4-7 p.m., free. Ride your bike or walk to Starkey's for a commuter happy hour. 

Pint Night benefiting Touch the Sky Climbing, MAP Brewing, 510 Manley Rd., 4-8 p.m., mapbrewing.com. $.50 of each pint supports Touch the Sky Climbing.

Pints with Purpose benefiting the Trust for Public Land, Bridger Brewing, 1609 S. 11th Ave., 5:30-8 p.m. Every Monday, the brewery sponsors a local non-profit organization, donating $1 from all pint sales.

Gallatin Gardeners Club June Meeting, Hope Lutheran Church, 2152 Graf St., 7-8 p.m., free, www.gallatingardenersclub.com. Mac Burgess of MSU will discuss community supported agriculture and the Towne's Harvest Garden.

Board Game Night, Rook’s Comics and Games, 2740 W. Main St., 6:30-11 p.m., free. Bring your own games or play theirs.

Trivia, JR’s Lounge, 203 W. Madison Ave., Belgrade, 7:30 p.m., no cover, 21+.

Monday Night Trivia, Bozeman Taproom, 101 N. Rouse Ave., 8 p.m., no cover, www.bozemantaproom.com.

KIDS

GVLT Discovery Walk: Trail Tracking Kids Walk with MOSS, The M Trail, Bridger Drive, 9:30 a.m., free, www.gvlt.org. Get ready to put your detective skills to work while you discover what some of our areas most popular wildlife have been up to while we were away. Search for tracks, scat and fur as clues.

MUSIC

Eryn Bent, southwestern songwriter, Murray Bar, 201 W. Park St., Livingston, 5 p.m., no cover, www.themurraybar.com, www.facebook.com/erynbentmusic, 21+. 

Fort Vine, Wild Joe’s Coffee Spot, 18 W. Main St., 6-8 p.m., no cover, www.wildjoescoffee.com. Fort Vine is an indie-folk band named after a secret tree fort in Manhattan, built by songwriting duo, Trevor Tunison and Nyna Nelson. Their feel-good music embraces every audience with open arms as their strong harmonies resonate with meaningful poetry and happy grooves.

Music by Josh Moore, Outlaw Brewing, 2876 N. 27th Ave., 6-8 p.m., no cover.

The Bridger Creek Boys, bluegrass, Zebra Cocktail Lounge, 321 E. Main St., 6-9 p.m., no cover, 21+.

Open Mic, The Mint, 102 N. Main St., Livingston, 7 p.m., no cover.

Open Mic, Haufbrau, 22 S. Eighth Ave., 10 p.m., no cover, 21+.

TUESDAY, June 5

EVENTS

Bozeman Bike to Work Week, The Daily Coffee Bar, 1203 N. Rouse Ave., 7-9 a.m., free, gallatinvalleybicycleclub.org/community-events/. Ride your bike or walk to the Daily for complimentary coffee and cookies. Knowledgeable volunteers will be available to offer safe route guidance and answer questions regarding bicycle traffic laws.

GVLT Discovery Walk: Walk with a Naturopathic Doctor, Peets Hill, South Church Avenue, 11 a.m., free, www.gvlt.org. Dr. McKenzie Mescon with Spring Integrative Health will walk with you and describe the unique approach of a Naturopathic Doctor. She’ll share easy tips and tricks to living a healthier and more natural life.

Yoga for All, Bozeman Public Library Community Room, 626 E. Main St., 11 a.m. and 12 p.m., free. Open to all ages and abilities. Bring your own mat. Call the Library at 582-2400 for more information.

Free Pool, Molly Brown, 703 W. Babcock St., 4-6 p.m., free, 21+.

Bozeman Bike to Work Week, Bozeman Brewing Company, 504 N. Broadway Ave., 4-7 p.m., free. Ride your bike or walk to Bozeman Brewing for $1 off pints.

Open Cribbage Tournament, The Eagles Lodge, 316 E. Main St., 6:30 p.m., $8 buy-in, www.facebook.com/BozemanCribbageClub.

KIDS

Books & Babies (ages 0-2), Bozeman Public Library Community Room, 626 E. Main St., 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., free.

Chess Club (grades 1-12), Bozeman Public Library Small Conference Room, 626 E. Main St., 3:45-5 p.m., free. All levels welcome.

BOOKS

Rick Bass reading from "The Traveling Feast: On the Road and at the Table with My Heroes," Elk River Books, 120 N. Main St., Livingston, 7 p.m., free, www.elkriverbooks.com. The reading will be followed by a book signing and reception. In "Traveling Feast," Bass embarks on an epic trek across America and overseas to thank the writers who influenced his life and work, by way of cooking them dinner. He shares meals with Gary Snyder, Joyce Carol Oats and Terry Tempest Williams. He nearly burns down Tom McGuane’s house and smuggles elk backstrap through Heathrow Airport. At the same time, Bass uses the journey to navigate midlife challenges: the end of his marriage, loneliness, waning passion for life and writing.

DANCE

Bozeman International Folk Dancing and Scottish Country Dancing, 7 p.m. Call 585-2287 for information. 

MUSIC

Rich Mayo, eclectic acoustic music and more, Kountry Korner Café, 81820 Gallatin Rd., Four Corners, 6 p.m., no cover, kountrykornermontana.com.

Tommy Georges, MAP Brewing, 510 Manley Rd., 6-8 p.m., no cover, mapbrewing.com.

Taco Tuesday with Live Jazz, The Mint, 102 N. Main St., Livingston, tacos starting at 4 p.m., jazz at 6 p.m., no cover.

The Travelin' Kind, acoustic duo, Murray Bar, 201 W. Park St., Livingston, 7 p.m., no cover, www.themurraybar.com, www.facebook.com/thetravelinkind, 21+.

Lane Norberg, Bozeman Hot Springs, 81123 Gallatin Rd., 7-10 p.m., free with admission ($4-8.50), www.bozemanhotsprings.co. Bozeman-based singer/songwriter Lane Norberg brings music fueled by faith, love and all of life’s ups and downs. Possibly his last show in the Bozeman area.

Bluegrass and old-time music open jam, 317 Pub, 321 E. Main St., 7:30 p.m., no cover.

Karaoke, Colonel Black’s, 321 E. Main St., 9 p.m., no cover, 21+.

Beau Houston, Haufbrau, 22 S. Eighth Ave., 10 p.m., no cover, 21+.

WEDNESDAY, June 6

COMEDY

Open Mic Comedy hosted by Thomas Blake, Bar IX, 311 E. Main St., 9 p.m., no cover, 21+. Signups for 5-minute spots start at 8:30 p.m. with a free drink for each of the first five comics.

EVENTS

Bozeman Bike to Work Week, Cold Smoke Coffeehouse, 2501 W. Oak St. Suite 5, 7-9 a.m., free, gallatinvalleybicycleclub.org/community-events/. Ride your bike or walk to Cold Smoke for complimentary coffee and pastries. 

Free Pool, Molly Brown, 703 W. Babcock St., 4-6 p.m., free, 21+.

Western Sustainability Exchange's Livingston Farmers Market, Miles Park Band Shell, 229 River Drive, Livingston, 4:30-7:30 p.m., free, www.westernsustainabilityexchange.org. Music by Aaron Howard and Sarah Price.

Bozeman Bike to Work Week Ice Cream Social and Group Ride, Bangtail Bikes, 137 E. Main St., 5-7 p.m., free. Bangtail Bikes was the site of the very first Bike to Work Week event.

GVLT Discovery Walk: Walk and Talk Through History with Gallatin History Museum, Peets Hill, South Church Avenue, 5:30 p.m., free, www.gvlt.org. Learn some of Bozeman’s rich history and discover some interesting facts about our community’s past.

Gallatin Valley R/C Car Club indoor off-road racing, Rocky Mountain Hobbiez, 120 Pollywog Lane, Belgrade, 6 p.m. Call 388-9898 for information.

Bingo at the Legion, American Legion Gallatin Post 14, 225 E. Main St., 7-9 p.m., $1 per card for regular games and $2 per card for the last game of black out, 21+. Proceeds are used to support our youth programs, parade and veterans programs.

Game Night, Townshend’s Bozeman Teahouse, 402 E. Main St., 7-10 p.m., free. Games provided by Rook’s Comics and Games store, or bring your favorite game from home.

Bozeman’s Original Pub Trivia, Pub 317, 321 E. Main St., 7 p.m., no cover, 21+.

Trivia, Molly Brown, 703 W. Babcock St., 8 p.m., no cover, 21+.

KIDS

Little Ones Storytime (ages 2-5), Bozeman Public Library Children’s Room, 626 E. Main St., 10:15 and 11:15 a.m., free. Short storytime followed by activities for parents and kids.

Minecraft Meetup (all ages), Bozeman Public Library Computer Lab, 626 E. Main St., 3:45-5 p.m., free. Play Minecraft with other kids. Bring your own device, or use one from the library.

R.E.A.D. to a Dog (all ages), Bozeman Public Library Children’s Room, 626 E. Main St., 4-5 p.m., free. Readers can practice their skills with trained Intermountain Therapy dogs.

BOOKS

Duncan Patten's "The Gallatin Way to Yellowstone" Presentation and Book Signing, Gallatin History Museum, 317 W. Main St., 6-8 p.m., free. Patten presented on his research last winter for the Monthly Speaker Series. Many of the photos in the book are from the Gallatin History Museum archive. A casual reception will follow for an author meet and greet.

“100 Classic Hikes in Montana" with Douglas Lorain, Montana Wilderness Association’s Madison-Gallatin Chapter’s continuing series of Wilderness and …series, Bozeman Public Library Community Room, 626 E. Main St., 6:30 p.m.m, free. Lorain, Montana resident and author of more than a dozen best-selling hiking and backpacking guidebooks, will talk about his latest guidebook. For more information, contact David Steinmuller at (406) 219-2315 or dsteinmul@msn.com.

FILM

Rabbi Ed Stafman Jewish Film Festival IV: “1945", Procrastinator Theater, MSU Student Union Building, 7 p.m., free, www.bethshalombozeman.org, 18+. “1945", internationally acclaimed as one of the best pictures of 2017, is the gripping drama about a Hungarian town with a terrifying secret. It has been hailed as "a fresh, intelligent cinematic approach to a difficult topic." There will be a panel discussion following the film. Subtitled. 

DANCE

Sizzling Salsa dancing, MAC, 1871 S. 22nd St. Suite A-2, 8 p.m., $3, sizzlingsalsamt.com. No partner needed.

MUSIC

Music & Mussels with Christy Hays and Tony Polcastro, Bridger Brewing, 1609 S. 11th Ave., 5:30-8 p.m., no cover.

Tom Georges, Outlaw Brewing, 2876 N. 27th Ave., 6-8 p.m., no cover.

BBQ and Blues, The Mint, 102 N. Main St., Livingston, 6 p.m., no cover.

Pickin’ in the Parks Story Mansion String Jam, Story Mansion, 811 S. Willson Ave., 6:30 p.m., free, www.facebook.com/StoryMansionJam. Pickers, singers, listeners, dancers and on-lookers of all abilities are welcome.

The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, The Filling Station, 2005 N. Rouse Ave., 8 p.m., $15 at Cactus Records, $18 at the door, 21+. The Rev and company fuse country, blues and hillbilly fervor with a youthful indie rock energy. With gritty growling vocals and striking finger picking, Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band is inspired by iconic bluesmen like Charley Patton and Furry Lewis.

Jazz night, Plonk, 29 E. Main St., 8 p.m., no cover.

Open Mic, The Eagles Lodge, 316 E. Main St., 8 p.m., no cover, 21+.

Karaoke with Living the Dream, JR’s Lounge, 203 W. Madison Ave., Belgrade, 9 p.m., no cover, 21+.

Open Mic, Haufbrau, 22 S. Eighth Ave., 10 p.m., no cover, 21+.

THURSDAY, June 7

THEATER

"Violent Delights," a solo dramatic performance by Mark Kuntz, The Eagles Ballroom, 316 E. Main St., 7:30 p.m., pay what you can, 21+. Written, directed and performed by Kuntz, “Violent Delights” follows a lonely crime scene investigator as he searches for clues about a horrible murder. Locked into a strange paranormal purgatory, he takes a harrowing journey through multiple realities, navigating his way toward a truth he may not want to find. By turns comic and tragic, frightening and whimsical, “Violent Delights” leads the audience deep into a world where nothing is what it seems. Contains mature themes, strong profanity, explicit sexual language and partial nudity.

EVENTS

Bozeman Bike to Work Week, Sola Café, 290 W. Kagy Boulevard, 7-9 a.m., free, gallatinvalleybicycleclub.org/community-events/. Ride your bike or walk to Sola for complimentary coffee and pastries.

GVLT Discovery Walk: Walk with Baby with Roots Family Collaborative, Peets Hill, South Church Avenue, 9 a.m., free, www.gvlt.org. Be a part of our community of new and expecting mothers and explore the trails around Bozeman feeling the benefits of nature with no judgments or expectations. Strap a baby on your back, let your toddler stop to smell the flowers — turn around whenever you like.

Casual co-ed drop-in badminton, Hope Lutheran Church gymnasium, 2152 W. Graf St., 9-11 a.m., $5. All equipment provided. Contact Tom Carne at 624-6746 for more information.

Free Pool, Molly Brown, 703 W. Babcock St., 4-6 p.m., free, 21+.

Stork Vision Open House, Stork Vision, 875 Bridger Drive Unit G, 4-7 p.m., free. Stork Vision is an elective prenatal imaging clinic for expectant moms. The open house will feature complimentary ice cream and beverages and free mom gift bags.

Bozeman Bike to Work Week Family Pizza Night, Bridger Brewing, 1609 S. 11th Ave., 4-8 p.m., free. $1 off beer and root beer pints.

Adult Chess Club, Bozeman Public Library, 626 E. Main St., 6 p.m., free. All equipment provided. For more information, call 582-2410.

Open Build Night, Bozeman Makerspace, 1018 E. Griffin Drive, 6-10 p.m., http://bozemanmakers.org. The Bozeman Makerspace is a community workshop combined with a meeting space where people of similar interests or skills can converge to create, modify, learn, talk and build. All anyone needs to the desire to learn or teach.

Bingo, Molly Brown, 703 W. Babcock St., 8 p.m., no cover, 21+.

KIDS

Books & Babies (ages 0-2), Bozeman Public Library Community Room, 626 E. Main St., 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., free.

Baby Bistro Breastfeeding Group, Bozeman Public Library Community Room, 626 E. Main St., meets from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Babies & Books (ages 0-3), Belgrade Community Library, 106 N. Broadway, Belgrade, 11:15 a.m., free. Songs, rhymes and fingerplays will be followed by active playtime and socialization.

Game On (grades K-6), Belgrade Community Library, 106 N. Broadway, Belgrade, 1-3:30 p.m., free. Early release game day with Wii, Minecraft, tablets, board games and snacks.

BOOKS

Book Sale, Belgrade Community Library, 106 N. Broadway, Belgrade, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Pre-loved books for every taste. The library is also accepting gently-used popular fiction and non-fiction, children’s books and DVDs. Donation receipts are available upon request.

FILM

BZN International Film Festival Opening Night Celebration, Emerson Center Ballroom, 111 S. Grand Ave., 5:30 p.m., $35, some passes accepted, bozemanfilmcelebration.com. Light bites, wine and microbrews and music by Jim Averitt, Chelsea Hunt and Rick Winking.

BZN International Film Festival "Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution," Emerson Center Crawford Theater, 111 S. Grand Ave., 7 p.m., $12, passes accepted, bozemanfilmcelebration.com. Filmmaker James Redford embarks on a colorful personal journey into the dawn of the clean energy era as it creates jobs, turns profits and makes communities stronger and healthier across the U.S. Krystle Wright's narrative short "Where The Wild Things Play" will also be screened.

DANCE

Country Dancing, Mixer's Saloon, 515 W. Aspen St., 7:30 p.m., free, 21+. Line dance and partner dance lessons, followed by open dancing to varied dance styles.

MUSIC

Fruition, The Cannery District Patio, 111 E. Oak St., 7 p.m., $18 at Cactus Records, $20 at the door, www.facebook.com/events/1601852459867759/. The show will benefit Creek To Peak Foundation. Through the years, the band has evolved from a rootsy, string-centric outfit to a full-fledged rock act, eventually taking the stage at such major festivals as Bonnaroo and Telluride Bluegrass.

Bridger Creek Boys, bluegrass, Red Tractor Pizza, 1007 W. Main St., 7-9 p.m., no cover, redtractorpizza.com, www.bridgercreekboys.com.

Open Mic hosted by Eric Bartz, Zocalo Coffee House, 117 E. Main St., 7-10 p.m., free. Share music, poetry or comedy.

Lee Calvin, singer/songwriter, Murray Bar, 201 W. Park St., Livingston, 8 p.m., no cover, www.themurraybar.com, 21+. 

Karaoke, Eagles Lodge, 316 E. Main St., Bozeman, 9 p.m., no cover, 21+.

Karaoke with Screaming Monkey Productions, JR’s Lounge, 203 W. Madison Ave., Belgrade, 9 p.m., no cover, 21+.

The Hawthorne Roots "On Second Thought" EP Release Party with Kelly Nicholson Band, The Filling Station, 2005 N. Rouse Ave., 9:30 p.m., $10, 21+. The Hawthorne Roots are an award winning, sister-led rock band from Bozeman. 

Left on Tenth, Colonel Blacks, 321 E. Main St., 10 p.m., no cover, 21+.

TBA, Haufbrau, 22 S. Eighth Ave., 10 p.m., no cover, 21+.

CLASSES

As part of the Living History Farm's outreach, the Museum of the Rockies will offer adult home garden workshops with MSU Extension horticulture specialist Toby Day. The classes are “Maintaining, Restoring and Caring for Garden Tools” on Thursday, July 5, and “Introduction to Herb Gardens” on Thursday, Aug. 2. With small class sizes and expert instruction, these workshops will help both new gardeners and experts build healthy and productive gardens. Classes are from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Redstart Classroom. Cost is $15 for members and $20 for non-members. Pre-registration is available at https://bit.ly/2GQcGTF for the July workshop and https://bit.ly/2J6v5Rm for the August workshop. Visit museumoftherockies.org for more information. 

Local artist and teacher Loretta Domaszewski is offering a variety of classes and workshops this summer. The phenomenon of nature is the source of Domaszewski's expressionist styled paintings, sculptures, conceptual installations and public art.  She teaches innovative workshops for adults, children, seniors, special needs and cancer support in Bozeman and throughout the United States. Freshen up on your skills and techniques for summer Plein Air landscape painting excursions with the Bozeman Plein Air Prep Class on Wednesday, June 13.  Class is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a two-hour lunch break. Cost is $140 at www.lorettafineart.com/plein-air-prep. A four-day workshop, Bozeman Plein Air Landscape Painting: Old English Flower Garden and Majestic Big Sky Vistas, is Thursday-Sunday, June 14-17, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. with a three-hour break. Cost is $480 at www.lorettafineart.com/four-day-plein-air-painting. Plein Air Painting Workshops focus on observation, technique, learning skills to simplify, organize composition from nature, emphasizing self expression, exploring individual style. For kids, sessions of the Hike. Bike. Art. Camp. are June 18-22, June 25-29, July 9-13 and Aug. 6-10. The day camp is $250 at www.lorettafineart.com/hike-bike-art. Create Innovative art projects in the studio and outdoors, decorate your bikes and explore nature with Domaszewski and friends.