Category Archives: Arts and Culture

Children’s Museum considering county site for future home

The Children’s Museum of Montana is in discussions with Cascade County about the possible use of the Stray Moose property in the Black Eagle area on the former smelter site. Museum leadership met with Cascade County Commissioners and county staff during a Nov. 9 meeting to discuss the issues and questions related to the potential use of the property that

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State choral festival concert is Nov. 15 at GFHS

The AA Choral Festival Concert is 6 p.m. Nov. 15 in the Great Falls High School auditorium. Attendees can hear high school choir students from Billings West, Helena Capital, Charles M. Russell, and Great Falls High Schools in the annual AA Choral Festival. Each individual choir will perform a brief program on their own and then the students will all

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Leeds to present virtual tour of portage

Ezekiel “Zeke” Leeds will present, “Portage of the Falls: A Virtual Walk-through of Lewis and Clark’s Expedition through Great Falls” at 7 p.m. Nov. 8 at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. President Thomas Jefferson began planning the Lewis and Clark Expedition well before making the Louisiana Purchase. This was to be both an explorative and scientific expedition. Author Joseph

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Winter tour of Shakespeare in the Parks comes to Great Falls Nov. 14

Montana Shakespeare in the Parks continues its 50th anniversary season with a long-awaited winter production of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) – Revised.   After postponing their tour last winter of this same production, the staff and cast of MSIP are bringing the comedy to the stage. “Though we were all disappointed to have to postpone last year’s winter tour, what we missed

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Library holding Story Walk event Oct. 26

The Great Falls Public Library is holding a ribbon-cutting for their new Story Walk in Gibson Park at 1 p.m. Oct. 26. “A Story Walk combines the joy of reading and the benefits of walking together outdoors. Story Walk is an educational activity that places the pages from a children’s story along a walking route. Story Walks are an innovative

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Downtown agency requesting TIF funds for mural lighting

City Commissioners will consider a request for $150,000 in downtown tax increment financing funds for the design and installation of alley lighting. The Downtown Business Improvement District submitted an application for the funds, which has been recommended by the Downtown Development Partnership. The project would design and install alley and mural lighting on 10 buildings. Commission approves downtown group funding

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AAUW book sale coming up

The local chapter of American Association of University Women book sale is coming up. Proceeds from the sale support the chapter’s scholarships, donations to local libraries, HANDS and the chapter’s Centennial Endowment fund. The book sale will be held on the third floor of the library on the following days: Oct. 20: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 21: 10

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Several free events at The History Museum Oct. 8

Alyssa Roggow and Nick Davies, core members of the Great Falls Symphony, are presenting a collaborative recital with pianist Wesley Ducote on Oct. 8. The recital begins at 3:30 p.m. at The History Museum and features classical chamber music of the 19th and 21st centuries, with music from composers such as Robert Schumann, August Klughardt, György Kurtág and Jörg Widmann,

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