Take a tango lesson before practicing those newfound dance skills at Townshend's Bozeman Teahouse on Friday, June 14 at 7:30pm. Can't make it to this one? Free tango lessons and a dance afterward are offered on the second and fourth of every month at Townshend's. 

Check out Bozeman Public Library's "Exploring the Arts" program with Shirl Ireland, a self-employed artist living in Gardiner, Montana. Ireland will share her journey to becoming a self-employed artist, practicing for over 20 years and building her own house. Ireland will be speaking on Saturday, June 15 at noon. 

Listen to author and photographer Michael Benanav share his book "Himalaya Bound: One Family's Quest to Save Their Animals - and an Ancient Way of Life" at Country Bookshelf on Saturday, June 15 at 5:00 pm. Benanav will recount his travels through the Himalayas with a family of nomadic water buffalo herders, as well as his time traveling with one of the last camel caravans on earth, and how he was arrested for documenting these stories. Benanav will also be signing copies of his books. 

Explore how Native American economic systems operated before colonization with the Extreme History Project Lecture: Indian Economics 101 at the Museum of the Rockies on Thursday, June 20. Starting at 6:00 pm, Dr. Brad Hall will discuss the history and evolution of the economics of Montana's tribal nations. The lecture will focus on the Blackfoot Confederacy, both before and after westward expansion by colonizers, and an exploration of contemporary economic opportunities and challenges that face the tribal nation today.