June events calendar: Missoula

June 6, 2015 - garden totes

Check out these events function opposite a Missoula Valley in June:

4–July 2 Copper design class, Thursdays, 6-8 p.m., Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St. $105 for members/$115 for non-members.   While usually scraping a aspect of this different printmaking technique, students will learn a basement of copper design design and printing. During this 5-week course, we’ll try symbol making, texturing and layering by a methods of drypoint, design and photo-etching on copper plates. Each sold will emanate a tiny book of prints from their etched plates. This march is ideal for beginners to intaglio though those with some believe will have a eventuality to enhance their expertise. 549-7555, zootownarts.org.

5 Opening reception, 5-8 p.m., Black Owl Tattoo, 307 N. Higgins Ave. Featuring  “Transformations” by Anne Cruikshank. Using Victorian-era cupboard cards as inspiration, digital artist and photographer Cruikshank transfigures lost people of a past into  human/beast hybrids. blaqueowltattoo.com.

5 First Friday, 5-9 p.m., FrontierSpace, alley between Spruce and Pine streets, one retard west of Higgins.  Featuring “Dissonate”  by artist Aja Mujinga Sherrard. Artist speak 7 p.m.

5 Opening reception, 5-8 p.m., The Brink Gallery, 111 W. Front St. Featuring  “Transfer(ence)”  by artist Marlo Crocifisso. 728-5251, thebrinkgallery.com.

5 First Friday, MCAT, 500 N. Higgins Ave. Featuring “13 Faces of Mount Sentinel 2014,” detailed art work of Ron Scholl, a collection of 12 photographs from opposite a season, along with a brief video.  542-6228, mcat.org.

5 Reception, 5-8 p.m., 4 Ravens Gallery, 248 N. Higgins Ave. Featuring “layering,”  a epitome paintings of Brendan Stewart and a saggar dismissed ceramic vessels of Clare Ann Harff. 317-1543, 4ravensgallery@gmail.com.

5 First Friday, 5-8 p.m., Monte Dolack Gallery, 139 W. Front St. Featuring a premiere of a new imitation “Coming Home,” consecrated by a Mehmke Steam Tractor Museum in Great Falls. Music by Myss Lyss.   549-3248, dolack.com.

5 Reception, 5-8 p.m., The Artists’ Shop, 127 N. Higgins Ave. Featuring “Missoula Neighborhoods,” 30 new pieces of art by internal artist Laura Blaker. 543-6393, missoulaartistsshop.com.

5 Reception, 5-9 p.m., Montana Art and Framing, 709 Ronan St. Featuring The SALTMINE Group, exhibiting together given 2004, a organisation comforts contemporary works in drawing, painting, collage, printmaking, and sculpture. The organisation is done adult of artists Karen Rice, Cathryn Mallory, Stephen Glueckert, Kathleen Herlihy Paoli, Edgar Smith, Peter Keefer, and Bev Beck Glueckert. (406) 541-7100, montanaart.com.

5 First Friday, Hunter Bay Coffee Bar, 101 E. Front St. Featuring A Last Best Solstice Art preview. 

5 First Friday, Bernice’s Bakery, 190 S. Third St. W. Featuring A Last Best Solstice Art preview.  728-1358.

5 Opening reception, 5-9 p.m., E3 Convergence Gallery, 229 W. Main St. Featuring Missoula painter Jay Arellano who combines his adore for exemplary oils with a light for a macrabe.   e3gallerymissoula.com.

5 First Friday reception, 7-10 p.m., Real Good, 1205 Defoe St. No. 1. Featuring “I can explain” by Noel Oyellette, a self-described post-situationist.  531-6560, realgoodartspace.com.

5 First Friday, 5-8 p.m., Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee St. Explore a Montana Triennial: 2015 featuring 38 Montana artists and 6 other exhibitions. Sample  wine, beer, and nonalcoholic beverages while listening to DJs or live performers supposing by KBGA. Always free. 728-0447, missoulaartmuseum.org.

5 Gallery show, 5-8 p.m., Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St. Featuring “Vibrance” by Uschi Carpenter and Ken Stolz. “Vibrance” exhibits a prophesy of dual internal photographers, Uschi Carpenter and Ken Stolz. Their images try a vibrance of Spring, a vibrance of color, and a vibrance of sound. Each photographer showcases this thesis with their possess theme matters and singular style. While Uschi’s prophesy of vibrance is desirous by a light and colors of Spring, generally Montana’s wildflowers, Ken finds discernment in song opening and all things internal to Montana.  This uncover is partial of a Missoula Clay Studio’s Bike Scavenger Hunt.  549-7555, zootownarts.org.

5 Solo piano unison by Grisha Krivchenia, 7 p.m., University Congregational Church, 405 University Ave. Krivchenia, a composer, pianist and clergyman staying in Santa Fe, New Mexico, will perform works by Beethoven, Chopin and Liszt, along with strange pieces. $15 general, $5 for students.

5 Paydirt, 9:30 p.m., Union Club, 208 Ryman St. No cover. 

5-6 Mountain Mixer “Under a Sea,” Lolo Square and Round Dance Center, 2 ½ miles west of Lolo on Highway 12. Caller Lynn Strobel; cuers Larry and Susan Sperry. Call 529-8633 or 273-0652.

5-6 Dakota Poorman Band, 9:30 p.m., Sunrise Saloon, 1100 Strand. No cover.

5-6 or 13-14 “Painting for a Dream,” second annual portrayal workshop, Rich’s Montana Guest Ranch, Seeley Lake. Guest artist Taylor Lynde will share his believe and experience. Proceeds will go to a Rich Ranch Art Scholarship Grant that is managed by Alpine Artisans Scholarship Committee. $200 includes seminar and lunches. Participant’s choice of medium; materials list and category information accessible online after completing registration. Call Kris Gullikson, 241-1209; revisit alpineartisans.org.

6 Poverello tile painting, 1-3 p.m.,  Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St. Free. Join a Missoula village in portrayal tiles depicting what we cruise home. These tiles will be commissioned in a new Poverello core located on Broadway. 549-7555, zootownarts.org.

6 Smokestack and a Foothill Fury, 6-8 p.m., Draught Works, 915 Toole Ave.

6 Creativity for Life drop-in Saturday workshop, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Living Art Studio, 725 W. Alder St. Suite 17. For people confronting illness or detriment including caregivers and family members. No charge; materials provided. Visit livingartofmontana.org.

6 Family Storytime for children of all ages, and caregivers, 11 a.m.; Seed saving category during Northside Community Garden during Cooley and Holmes Streets, 10 a.m.-noon, Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

6 Missoula Iris Society’s 55th annual Missoula Iris Show, 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Southgate Mall, JC Penney Court. For some-more information about a uncover or manners to exhibit, call Gary during 728-7633, Jim during 728-4743 or revisit missoulairis.com.

6 Mudslide Charlie, 9:30 p.m., Union Club, 208 Ryman St. No cover. 

6 Saturday + Caleb Fey Triennial Artists, 10 a.m.-noon, Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee St. Free. Caleb Fey, executive executive during a Holter Museum of Art will lead a row contention with exhibiting artists Dana Boussard, Stephanie Frostad, Julia Galloway, and Brandon Reintjes. Learn about their sold media and a impulse behind their works. 728-0447, missoulaartmuseum.org.

7 John Adam Smith, 5-7 p.m., Draught Works, 915 Toole Ave.

7 Family Storytime – stories for children of all ages, and caregivers, 2 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

7 Anna Fritz, cellist/folksinger on debate from Portland, 7 p.m., Missoula Friends Meeting House, 1861 S. 12th St. W. $5-$20 suggested concession (no one incited away).

8 Tom Catmull, singer/songwriter, 7-10 p.m., The Red Bird, 111 N. Higgins Ave.

8-12 First annual “Like Minded” open house, Photographers Formulary, 7079 Highway 83, Condon. Demos, talks and spontaneous discussions, hands on learning, debate facilties, use a darkroom facilities. Ray Nelson presents digital negs/Kallitype, Jun 8; Cynthia Huber presents Chemigrams demo/discussion Jun 9-10 and Michelle Pritzle presents Bromoil demo/discussion Jun 11-12. To haven a mark and for accommodation information, call 544-8960 or email lynn2@blackfoot.net.

8 Scrabble!- come play Scrabble with this open group, play supposing or move your own, 6 p.m.; “Electronics Exploration,” have an seductiveness in Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Snap Circuits, or LittleBits? Curious what these difference mean? Come in and try out these several wiring platforms during a Electronics Exploration time. We wish to have participants from all ability levels – comprehensive beginners to wiring enthusiasts operative on projects, 3-5 p.m.; “Beginning WORD,” an introduction to word estimate including how to emanate a document, manipulate a content and font, use templates and a few fun tricks, registration required, 6 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

9 Tiny Tales for ages birth-3, relatives and tots sing, tell stories and rhymes, and rivet in fun activities in a vast assembly room, 10:30 a.m.; System Check! The Official MPL Gamers Club for ages 13-19, play on Wii, Xbox 360 in a YA department, 6:30 p.m.; 2nd Tuesday MPL Book Group discusses “Behind a Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity” by Katherine Boo, 7 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

9-July 7 Silk screening class, Tuesdays,  6-8 p.m., Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St.  $105 for members/$115 for non-members. This energetic multi-week category is a ideal introduction and serve find into a universe of screen-printing! Learn a fundamentals of screening on paper and fabric. After this category students will have a inclination and certainty to cloak and arrangement screens, register colors and imitation their design to their satisfaction, all while withdrawal with colourful prints. Black and white ink, imitation emotion, fasten and some paper enclosed in materials fee.  549-7555, zootownarts.org

10 Missoula Quilters Guild, 7 p.m., Guest House Inn, 3803 Brooks St. See Missoula Quilters Guild on Facebook.

10 Out to Lunch, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Caras Park. Music by Three Eared Dog; children’s activities by Dueling Dragons. Call 543-4238, missouladowntown.com.

10 Art Guides Art Helpers, 11 a.m., Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee St.  Free.  Renée Taafe will beam we by MAM’s Triennial exhibition, featuring artists from via Montana and curated by former Holter Museum executive Peter Held. 728-0447, missoulaartmuseum.org.

10 Glass fusing march class,  6-8 p.m., Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St.   $20/$15 for members plus  cost of glass. his rudimentary category will cover a basement of glass—from how a kilning routine works to slumping, fusing, mold-making, and potion aftercare. Once we have attended this fun night of potion fusing you’re acquire to come in anytime and work in a Glass Fusing Studio!  549-7555, zootownarts.org.

10, 17 Figure drawing, 6-8 p.m., Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St.   $15 for walk-ins/$12 for preregistered. The ZACC will yield a understanding work sourroundings with good models and a loose accessible atmosphere. Large worktables, some easels and a few sketch play are accessible for your use. Brush adult on your sketch skills or try new techniques. Beginner or advanced, everybody is welcome.  The length of a poise varies from one to twenty minutes. 549-7555, zootownarts.org.

10 Storytime @ Seeley Lake Branch-enjoy stories for preschool children during 11 a.m. during Seeley Lake Branch Library; Middle propagandize writers-for writers and determined writers in grades 6-9, to get and give good feedback, play with difference – and eat a small chocolate – 3:30 p.m.; giveaway matinee,  arrangement a classical film FREE,  2 p.m.; 2nd Wednesday Book Group discusses “The Sound of Things Falling” by Juan Gabriel Vasquez, 7 p.m.; “EXCEL,”  a basement of operative with Microsoft’s spreadsheet module are covered. Topics embody entering, relocating and duplicating data, regulating formulas, formatting, and imitation preview.  Registration required, 12:30 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

11 Will Petersen, 9 p.m.-midnight, Union Club, 208 Ryman St. No cover. 

11 Tiny Tales for ages birth-3, relatives and tots sing, tell stories and rhymes, and rivet in fun activities in a vast assembly room, 10:30 a.m.; R.E.A.D. Dogs: use reading with a dog lerned to listen!  At a Dragon Rug, 1 p.m.; LEGO Club, for all ages adult to 12, LEGOs cover a building in a dragon carpet area from 3:30-5 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

11 Jones and Fischer Band, 9 p.m., Sunrise Saloon, 1100 Strand. No cover.

11 Joe Price Blues, 6-8 p.m., Draught Works, 915 Toole Ave.

11 Ruby Jewel Jamboree Concert Series featuring The Special Consensus with Greg Cahill, 7 p.m., Ruby’s, 4825 N. Reserve St.  Ticket prices vary, rubyjeweljamboree.com.

11 Downtown Tonight, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Caras Park. Music by Cash for Junkers; children’s activities by Montana Natural History Center. Call 543-4238, missouladowntown.com.

12 Gallery opening, 5:30–8:30 p.m., Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St.  Featuring “Creative Minds” by YAAP and “Space Travel” by Mike Huberman. Creative Minds is an scrutiny of a mediums, lessons, and talents a ZACC has cultivated and witnessed in a Young Artists After-School Program (YAAP). Featuring girl design from artists ages 6 to 16, this uncover inspires artists of all ability levels and ages to rethink their concepts of medium. Our gallery will be overtaken by watercolor paintings, initial printmaking processes, ceramic statutes, and more! Huberman creates dynamic, picturesque space landscapes regulating mist paint and singular methods. 549-7555, zootownarts.org.

12 406, 9:30 p.m., Sunrise Saloon, 1100 Strand. 

12 Silk screening night, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St.   Free, donations appreciated. Come in with a vacant shirt, receptacle bag, or headband and leave with one of a residence designs printed anywhere of your choosing!  549-7555, zootownarts.org.

12 Cash for Junkers, 9:30 p.m., Union Club, 208 Ryman St. No cover. 

12 EDM for Art, a advantage unison presented by internal song writer Mechanical Wonderland, 8 p.m., Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St. W. Mechanical Wonderland is a low-pitched moniker of Max Firehammer a Hellgate High School junior. EDM For Art will underline strange song from his latest manuscript “Fear” as well  as remixes and mixed new marks not enclosed on a album. 728-5664, maxfirehammer@yahoo.com.

12 Second Friday Art Show, 5:30-9 p.m., Frame of Mind, 1706 Brooks St. Featuring a photography of Rochelle Hansen, a former tyro of a Rocky Mountain School of Photography. Her work is essentially black and white and emphasizes essentially on tellurian subjects. 549-8589, framofmindmt.com, facebook.com/Frameofmindmt.

12 Halestorm with special guest Rival Sons, Royal Thunder, 7:30 p.m., Wilma Theatre. Tickets $38, accessible during Rockin’ Rudy’s, by job 866-468-7624, online during ticketweb.com or KnittingFactory.com.

12  Tiny Tales for ages birth-3, relatives and tots sing, tell stories and rhymes, and rivet in fun activities in a vast assembly room, 10:30 a.m.; Family Storytime stories for children of all ages and caregivers, 10:30 a.m.; Yarns @ a Library – an open fiber-arts qualification group, noon-2 p.m.; Young Adult Writers for writers in grades 9-12: come listen, share your work, do fun essay exercises, and eat snacks, 3:30 p.m.; World-Wide Cinema, giveaway unfamiliar film, 7 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

13 Joan Zen, 9:30 p.m., Union Club, 208 Ryman St. No cover. 

13 Artist Gallery talk, 10 a.m.-noon, Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee St.  Free. Join a Missoula Art Museum’s Collection Committee for a special gallery speak and speak with painter Jeneese Hilton. Collection Committee member Dustin Hoon will lead a sharp-witted and engaging speak with Jeneese Hilton in her vaunt “Raven Reviewing Modern” featured in MAM’s Lynda M. Frost gallery, a gallery dedicated exclusively to arrangement a work of contemporary American Indian artists. “Raven Reviewing Modern” is an vaunt honoring Hilton’s present of eighteen paintings to MAM’s permanent collection. This is a singular eventuality to accommodate and learn about and artist as constrained and courteous as Hilton, and hear from a artist herself a portrayal techniques and a stories behind a theme matter that lead to such smashing paintings.  728-0447, missoulaartmuseum.org.

13 Kayla Ray Band, 9:30 p.m., Sunrise Saloon, 1100 Strand.

13 Montana author Jon Axline reads from his book “Taming Big Sky Country: The History of Montana Transportation from Trails to Interstates,” 11 a.m., Shakespeare Co., 103 S. Third St. W. 549-9010, shakespeareandco.com.

13 Saturday Family Art Workshop, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee St. Making Shadow Puppets with Janaina Vieira-Marques. Students will trace, cut, and arrange their possess shade puppets. Shadow puppets are an ancient form of storytelling and party initial found in initial century China. They can etch characters that are animals or people and settings will also be combined regulating usually a few props. Enjoy an eventuality to work with your child on a artistic project. Older children can excavate into projects on their own, though relatives are asked to stay and work with children underneath age 7.  All workshops are giveaway of assign and are on a initial come, initial served basis. 728-0447, missoulaartmuseum.org.

13 Pottery sale, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St.  The pottery is a featured square in a Paint-Your-Own-Pottery studio where congregation come in and paint a pre-made square of bisque ware.  549-7555, zootownarts.org.

13 Pop-up picnic, 204 p.m., McCormick Park cruise area. A giveaway village eventuality hosted by Children’s Museum Missoula. Cake, lemonade, crafts, face painting, song by Childbloom Guitar. 541-7529, childrensmuseummissoula.org.

13 Mendelssohn, 6-8 p.m., Draught Works, 915 Toole Ave.

13 The Jeannette Rankin Peace Center presents “Rising From a Ashes: How Do We Create Peace from Chaos, Confusion and Conflict,” a day prolonged “un-conference,” 8:30 a.m. -5:30 p.m., University Congregational Church, 405 University Ave. 5-10 notation lightning keynotes delivered by Lizzi Juda, Artistic Director, Turning The Wheel; Patrick Marsolek, Author/Teacher/Facilitator Non-Violent Communication; Dr. Kim Maynard, International Peacebuilding Practitioner and author; Dr. Keko Ozeki, Center for Ethical Leadership. Free for JRPC members, $15 non-members. Music by Lawrence Duncan. To register or for some-more information, visit jrpc.org.

13 Family Storytime for children of all ages, and caregivers, 11 a.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

14 Family Storytime – stories for children of all ages, and caregivers, 2 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

14 Old Sap, 5-7 p.m., Draught Works, 915 Toole Ave.

14 Relief printing,  2-4 p.m.,  Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St.  $25 for non-members/free for members. Learn a ancient art of service printmaking. You will learn how to use figure collection to carve a retard of linoleum, afterwards ink adult your design and imitation it on paper regulating a ZACC’s design press. Then imitation as many images as we want! This art form is good for people who wish to make cards, imitation their possess designs on fabric, and of march emanate excellent art! .  549-7555, zootownarts.org.

14 The Ed Norton Big Band, 6-8 p.m., Missoula Winery, 5646 W. Harrier Drive. $7.

14 Five Valley Accordions, American Legion, 825 Ronan St. $3 members, $4 non-members.

15 Beth Lo and David Horgan, jazz originals, 7-10 p.m., The Red Bird, 111 N. Higgins Ave.

15-19 “Raptors and Art” with Bev Glueckert and Kate Davis, 10 a.m.-noon, Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee St. Ages 7-12; $72/$80. This renouned category flies again. Kate Davis of Raptors of a Rockies, brings her pretentious live hawks, owls, and eagles into a museum for impulse and tighten observation. Kate and Bev share their many years of art-making believe with these birds, enlivening appreciation and consternation as kids make drawings and life-size sculptures of a raptors. Priority will be given to children who have not nonetheless taken this class. Scholarships are accessible hit reneet@missoulaartmuseum.org.

15 Scrabble!- come play Scrabble with this open group. Boards supposing or move your own, 6 p.m.; “Electronics Exploration,” have an seductiveness in Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Snap Circuits, or LittleBits? Curious what these difference mean? Come in and try out these several wiring platforms during a Electronics Exploration time. We wish to have participants from all ability levels – comprehensive beginners to wiring enthusiasts operative on projects, 3-5 p.m.; “Intro to Email,” learn a basement of formulating an email account, essay a message, including attachments, sending, and receiving messages- registration required, 6 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

16 Tiny Tales for ages birth-3, relatives and tots sing, tell stories and rhymes, and rivet in fun activities in a vast assembly room, 10:30 a.m.; System Check! The Official MPL Gamers Club for ages 13-19, play on Wii, Xbox 360 in a YA department, 6:30 p.m.; YA Volunteer orientation, 3:30 p.m.; Kids’ Summer Reading Program, Everyone’s a hero!- What kind of favourite are you? Design a picture, collage, puppet or doll of we as a hero! 2 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

16-17 Stand-up comedian Dave Chappelle performs 7 and 9:30 p.m., Dennison Theatre, UM. Tickets $57 and fees, accessible during a Adams Center Box Office, all GrizTix locations, online during griztix.com or call 243-4051.

16 Selected readings by members of Chris Dombrowski’s 406 workshop, 7 p.m., Fact Fiction, 220 N. Higgins Ave. 721-2881, factandfictionbooks.com.

17 Out to Lunch, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Caras Park. Music by Kenny James Miller Band; children’s activities by Girls Scouts of Montana and Wyoming. Call 543-4238, missouladowntown.com.

17 Jack Nisbet reads and signs “Ancient Places,” 6:30 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2881, factandfictionbooks.com.

17 Storytime @ Seeley Lake Branch-enjoy stories for preschool children during 11 a.m. during Seeley Lake Branch Library; Middle propagandize writers-for writers and determined writers in grades 6-9, to get and give good feedback, play with difference – and eat a small chocolate – 3:30 p.m.; “My Android Tablet,” wndering about a settings and comforts that Androids have to offer?  This category will offer instruction on a features, settings, navigation and apps that make Androids inclination work.  Participants contingency move their possess device to a class, 12:30 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

18 Cleargrain, 9 p.m., Sunrise Saloon, 1100 Strand.

18 Tiny Tales for ages birth-3, relatives and tots sing, tell stories and rhymes, and rivet in fun activities in a vast assembly room, 10:30 a.m.; R.E.A.D. Dogs: use reading with a dog lerned to listen!  At a Dragon Rug, 1 p.m.; LEGO Club, for all ages adult to 12, LEGOs cover a building in a dragon carpet area from 3:30-5 p.m.; Family Summer Movie- A giveaway family-friendly film each Thursday afternoon,  2 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

18 Tom Catmull, 6-8 p.m., Draught Works, 915 Toole Ave.

18 Marian Palaia reads from her entrance novel “The Given World,” 7 p.m., Shakespeare Co., 103 S. Third St. W. 549-9010, shakespeareandco.com.

18 Pop-up Adventures Playground, 1-3 p.m., Franklin Park. Pop-up Adventure Playgrounds move a accumulation of open-ended materials such as string, fabric, paper, boxes and egg cartons to inspire child-directed play driven by imagination. 541-7529, childrensmuseummissoula.org.

18 Wartime Blues, Top Hat, 134 W. Front St.

18 Downtown Tonight, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Caras Park. Music by Mabel’s Rage; children’s activities by Jeannette Rankin Peace Center. Call 543-4238, missouladowntown.com.

19-21 Sevillanas workshop, a colorful dance of Sevilla and Andalusia, Rocky Mountain Ballet Theater, 2704 Brooks St. Friday, 5-7 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 2-4 p.m. No partner necessary; intro turn workshop, ages 10 and up. $15 per 2-hour class, $35 for 3 days. 396-4007, flamencomt.org. 

19 Tiny Tales for ages birth-3, relatives and tots sing, tell stories and rhymes, and rivet in fun activities in a vast assembly room, 10:30 a.m.; Family Storytime stories for children of all ages and caregivers, 10:30 a.m.; Yarns @ a Library – an open fiber-arts qualification group, noon-2 p.m.; Young Adult Writers for writers in grades 9-12: come listen, share your work, do fun essay exercises, and eat snacks, 3:30 p.m.; Cheap Date Night, giveaway underline film, 7 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

19 Russ Nasset The Revelators, 9:30 p.m., Union Club, 208 Ryman St. No cover. 

19-20 Paydirt, 9:30 p.m., Sunrise Saloon, 1100 Strand. No cover.

20 Family Storytime for children of all ages, and caregivers, 11 a.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

20 Blue Moon Jazz, 6-8 p.m., Draught Works, 915 Toole Ave.

20 Opening reception, 6:30-10:30 p.m., Powell County Museum and Arts Foundation, yard of a Old Montana Prison, 1106 Main St., Deer Lodge. Featuring “Hope, Terror, Promise, Rage: Contemporary Perspectives on a Past,” a organisation art muster including 6 former or stream proprietor sculpture and designation artists from The Archie Bray Foundation for a Ceramic Arts in Helena, and one artist who now binds a position as a sculpture highbrow during a University of Montana in Missoula.  The participating artists have come from all over a world, including Israel, Texas, New York, Florida and Canada, to emanate art in Montana.  The 7 exhibiting artists are: Christopher Dufala, Maggie Finlayson, Elena Lourenco, Zemer Peled, Joanna Powell, Jonathan Read, and Chris Riccardo. (406) 846-3111, pcmaf.org.

20 Paper Marbling with Shelly Reisig and Martha Elizabeth, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee St.  For teenagers and adults, $22.5/$25. Martha and Shelly are masters during a art of marbling paper. Experiment with this smashing middle and learn a tricks for extraordinary effects. All materials provided. Scholarships are accessible hit reneet@missoulaartmuseum.org

20 Car uncover hosted by Montana Auto Tech and Grizzly Peak Retirement Living Center, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., 3600 American Way. Being car we wish to display; $15 suggested concession per car for Montana Auto Tech students. Day also includes giveaway barbecue, doorway prizes, song and phonograph display. Call 370-4365, 721-2292.

 20 Swan Valley Bear Resources hosts a Bear Fair, 2-6 p.m., MPG Ranch, Rumble Creek Road, mile pen 40.2, Highway 83, Condon. Speakers: Chris Servheen, USFWS; Tim Manley and Lori Robert,s FWP. Free and open to all. RSVP required, northwestconnections.org or swanecosystemcenter.org. Call (406) 754-3137.

20 Creativity for Life drop-in Saturday workshop, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Living Art Studio, 725 W. Alder St. Suite 17. For people confronting illness or detriment including caregivers and family members. No charge; materials provided. Visit livingartofmontana.org.

20 Dorothy Patent and Boll Munoz pointer “Call of a Osprey,” 10:30 a.m.-noon, Fact Fiction, 220 N. Higgins Ave. 721-2881, factandfictionbooks.com.

21 The Last Best Solstice: Art on a River, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Bess Reed Park (behind Holiday Inn Downtown). A jubilee of visible art and. Over 30 internal artists will fill a park by a Clark Fork River by a day.  Original works will be on sale as gifted internal artists share their singular routine by live art origination and one-of-a-kind demonstrations. Free. Missoulaculturalcouncil.org.

21 Mente Clara (Brazilian character music), 5-7 p.m., Draught Works, 915 Toole Ave.

21 Family Storytime – stories for children of all ages, and caregivers, 2 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

22 Scrabble!- come play Scrabble with this open group. Boards supposing or move your own, 6 p.m.; “Electronics Exploration,” have an seductiveness in Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Snap Circuits, or LittleBits? Curious what these difference mean? Come in and try out these several wiring platforms during a Electronics Exploration time. We wish to have participants from all ability levels – comprehensive beginners to wiring enthusiasts operative on projects, 3-5 p.m.; “Internet Searching,” how to use a internet to effectively find what we are looking for; includes confidence tips, registration required, 6 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

22 Shadows on Grass with Ryan Bundy and John Sporman, 7-10 p.m., The Red Bird, 111 N. Higgins Ave.

22-26 “Art in Nature” with Janaina Vieira-Marques, 9 a.m.-noon, Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee St. Ages 6-11; $72/$80. Step out into a universe of inlet for your art inspiration! Students will emanate nature-inspired art pieces by looking during a contentment of plants, birds, insects, and mammals that everywhere in this environment. They will use drawing, printmaking, painting, sculpture, and collage to appreciate what they see and feel. Field trips to a stream and Greenough Park will be arranged. Kids will leave with a handmade portfolio full of their creations. Scholarships are accessible hit reneet@missoulaartmuseum.org.

23 Keith McCafferty reads and signs “Crazy Mountain Kiss,” 7 p.m., Fact Fiction, 220 N. Higgins Ave. 721-2881, factandfictionbooks.com.

23 Tiny Tales for ages birth-3, relatives and tots sing, tell stories and rhymes, and rivet in fun activities in a vast assembly room, 10:30 a.m.; System Check! The Official MPL Gamers Club for ages 13-19, play on Wii, Xbox 360 in a YA department, 6:30 p.m.; Kids’ Summer Reading Program, watch, listen, and learn from a internal heroes—members of a Missoula City Fire Department. They’ll uncover gear, equipment, and even a glow truck! 2 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

24 Storytime @ Seeley Lake Branch-enjoy stories for preschool children during 11 a.m. during Seeley Lake Branch Library; Middle propagandize writers-for writers and determined writers in grades 6-9, to get and give good feedback, play with difference – and eat a small chocolate – 3:30 p.m.; Wednesday Afternoon cinema during Big Sky branch, 1 p.m., Big Sky High School; giveaway matinee, arrangement a classical film, 2 p.m.; Picasa imitation program- An overview of a Google Picasa imitation government program.  Attendees might move possibly digital cameras with cords to download cinema or photos on peep drives.  Those attending this category should have a simple believe of mechanism use, 12:30 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

24 Missoula City Band Concert, 8 p.m., Bonner Park. Featuring a reverence to Jim Eversole with Jemmie Robertson and UM Music Camp expertise soloists. 728-2400 Ext. 7041, missoulacityband.org.

24 Out to Lunch, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Caras Park. Music by Ed Norton Big Band; children’s activities by Mismo Gymnastics. Call 543-4238, missouladowntown.com.

24 Bob Ross Night, 6-8 p.m., Zootown Arts Community Center, 235 N. First St. W. $25. Bring on your Bob Ross wigs, impressions, and appreciation for a monthly Bob Ross Night! Participants will be desirous to paint happy small trees as we watch a Bob Ross video and follow along while celebration booze and carrying fun in a gallery. Cost covers all your materials, supplies, and canvas. 549-7555, zootownarts.org.

24 Kimberlee Carlson Jazz Quartet with Ron Meissner, Chuck Florence and Pete Hand, 7-9 p.m., Top Hat, 134 W. Front St.

25 Nate Hegyi and Friends of Wartime Blues, 6-8 p.m., Draught Works, 915 Toole Ave.

25 Craig Lancaster reads from his fourth novel “The Fallow Season of Hugo Hunter,” 7 p.m., Shakespeare Co., 103 S. Third St. W. 594-9010, shakespeareaandco.com.

25 Nashville 406, 9 p.m., Sunrise Saloon, 1100 Strand.

25 Downtown Tonight, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Caras Park. Music by Band in Motion; children’s activities by Championship Training. Call 543-4238, missouladowntown.com.

25 Artist Lecture: “Blackfoot Pathways” with Brandon Ballengee, 7 p.m., Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee St. Internationally distinguished artist, biologist, and environmental romantic Brandon Ballengee will plead his plan framed as partial of a Second Blackfoot Pathways Residency Program. Ballengee will refurbish a assembly on his designation in Lincoln. 728-0447, missoulaartmuseum.org.

25 Pop-up Adventures Playground, 1-3 p.m., Bonner Park. Pop-up Adventure Playgrounds move a accumulation of open-ended materials such as string, fabric, paper, boxes and egg cartons to inspire child-directed play driven by imagination. 541-7529, childrensmuseummissoula.org.

25 Wartime Blues acoustic show, Draught Works, 915 Toole Ave.

25 Philip Burgess communication reading and signing of “Henry’s Cows,” 7 p.m., Fact Fiction, 220 N. Higgins Ave. 721-2881, factandfictionbooks.com.

25 Tiny Tales for ages birth-3, relatives and tots sing, tell stories and rhymes, and rivet in fun activities in a vast assembly room, 10:30 a.m.; R.E.A.D. Dogs: use reading with a dog lerned to listen!  At a Dragon Rug, 1 p.m.; LEGO Club, for all ages adult to 12, LEGOs cover a building in a dragon carpet area from 3:30-5 p.m.; Family Summer Movie- A giveaway family-friendly film each Thursday afternoon. Beat a feverishness and locate a flick! 2 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

26 Shodown, 9:30 p.m., Sunrise Saloon, 1100 Strand.

26 Tiny Tales for ages birth-3, relatives and tots sing, tell stories and rhymes, and rivet in fun activities in a vast assembly room, 10:30 a.m.; Family Storytime stories for children of all ages and caregivers, 10:30 a.m.; Yarns @ a Library – an open fiber-arts qualification group, noon-2 p.m.; Young Adult Writers for writers in grades 9-12: come listen, share your work, do fun essay exercises, and eat snacks, 3:30 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

26 Band in Motion, 9:30 p.m., Union Club, 208 Ryman St. No cover. 

27 Country Boogie Boys, 9:30 p.m., Sunrise Saloon, 1100 Strand.

27 Family Storytime for children of all ages, and caregivers, 11 a.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

27-28 The 2015 Missoula Garden Tour, a self-guided debate of gardens around Missoula. Explore comparison internal yards exemplifying aesthetics in landscape and gardening. Tickets are accessible during a Missoulian for $5, and a beam will run in a journal on Jun 24. Proceeds from sheet sales go to Youth Homes charity.

28 Family Storytime – stories for children of all ages, and caregivers, 2 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

28 Strangled Darlings, 6-8 p.m., Draught Works, 915 Toole Ave.

28 Western Union, a Texas pitch Sunday dance, 6-8 p.m., Missoula Winery, 5646 W. Harrier Drive. $7. 

28 Captain Wilson Conspiracy with Steve Kalling, DR Hansell and Keaton Wilson, 7-10 p.m., The Red Bird, 111 N. Higgins Ave.

29 – Jul 2 “Preschool Art Start” with Jolena Ryan, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee St.  Ages 3-5; $40/$36. Little artists will collage, sculpt, brew color, make prints, and qualification with healthy objects. Jolena will maintain a fun and scrutiny by stories, games, and forays into nature. The concentration will be on a art processes as kids get their hands into a crowd of materials and enchanting messes! This will be a artistic fun time for all a immature artists. Scholarships are accessible hit reneet@missoulaartmuseum.org.

29 Scrabble!- come play Scrabble with this open group. Boards supposing or move your own, 6 p.m.; “Electronics Exploration,” have an seductiveness in Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Snap Circuits, or LittleBits? Curious what these difference mean? Come in and try out these several wiring platforms during a Electronics Exploration time. We wish to have participants from all ability levels – comprehensive beginners to wiring enthusiasts operative on projects,  3-5 p.m.; “Windows 8 Basics,” overview of a categorical comforts of Windows 8. Instructor will denote basics; attendees might move inclination or laptops with Windows 8 and a instructor will be accessible to support with questions-registration required, 6 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

29 John Burgess reads from his new book ‘by Land…” a riff on a journals of Lewis and Clark that follows where a author intersected with a trail, via Montana, a Pacific Coast and St. Louise, 7 p.m., Shakespeare Co., 103 S. Third St. W. 594-9010, shakespeareaandco.com.

30 Tiny Tales for ages birth-3, relatives and tots sing, tell stories and rhymes, and rivet in fun activities in a vast assembly room, 10:30 a.m.; System Check! The Official MPL Gamers Club for ages 13-19, play on Wii, Xbox 360 in a YA department, 6:30 p.m.; Kids’ Summer Reading Program, SCIENCE!- Join internal scholarship hero, Garon Smith (aka G. Wiz), highbrow of chemistry during UM, as he entertains and educates by extraordinary scholarship demonstrations, 2 p.m., Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St. 721-2665, missoulapubliclibrary.org. 

30 Wartime Blues with Stone Foxes, Top Hat, 134 W. Front St.

July

1 18 Pop-up Adventures Playground, 1-3 p.m., Franklin Park. Pop-up Adventure Playgrounds move a accumulation of open-ended materials such as string, fabric, paper, boxes and egg cartons to inspire child-directed play driven by imagination. 541-7529, childrensmuseummissoula.org.

1 Missoula City Band Concert, 8 p.m., Southside Lions Park. Featuring a nationalistic preface and Sweet Adelines. 728-2400 Ext. 7041, missoulacityband.org.

1 Out to Lunch, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Caras Park. Music by Milton Moensco The Big Fiasco; children’s activities by Jeannette Rankin Peace Center and a Dunrovin Ranch Divas. Call 543-4238, missouladowntown.com.

2 Downtown Tonight, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Caras Park. Music by Ted Ness The Rusty Nails; children’s activities by Historical Museum during Fort Missoula. Call 543-4238, missouladowntown.com.

2 Nashville 406, 9 p.m., Sunrise Saloon, 1100 Strand.

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