Category Archives: Arts and Culture

AAUW resuming book collections for their annual sale

The Great Falls chapter of the American Association of University Women will resume collecting donations July 7 for their annual sale. They’ll take donations every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the library through Oct. 6. AAUW asks that donated material be put in boxes or bags of a manageable size. They won’t be able to return containers

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Draft feasibility study for region’s national heritage area now available for public comment

Big Sky Country National Heritage Area Inc. has released the draft feasibility study for a 45-day public review, with an Aug. 15 deadline to comment.  The feasibility study must prove that the proposed National Heritage Area has distinctive natural, historic, and cultural resources; as well as strong customs, folklife and traditions that represent our American heritage. The public is invited

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Great Falls Greats 2020 Winners

We asked and you answered. More than 1,000 votes were submitted in the inaugural Great Falls Greats contest and here are your top three in most categories. Congrats to the 2020 winners. Head out and about June 25-27 to celebrate them! Best Coffee Shop Broadwater Coffee Brewing Company Electric City Coffee True Brew Best Bar Enbär Elevation 3330 KellerGeist Pub

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Business in profile: The Farmer’s Daughter Fibers

Candice English, 35, The Farmer’s Daughter Fibers. Originally, English is from a ranch between Cut Bank and Browning. She lived in Whitefish, went to high school in Missoula. Her husband was in the Air Guard and that brought her to Great Falls. What made you stay here? “Even though my husband left the Guard to join Farmer’s Daughter Fibers, we love

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Voyagers release summer event schedule

The Great Falls Voyagers have released their 2020 “Save Summer at Centene Stadium” event schedule. Click here to view our entire 2020 event schedule. The schedule, subject to change and additions, is made up of many events throughout the summer. It includes Legion baseball games, Mister Sister trivia nights, sunrise/sunset workouts with Access Fitness, a home run derby, movie nights,

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Sunday Reads: June 7

It’s raining, so lots of reading for you. NPR: How much do we need the police? Montana Free Press: Where do we grow from here? Foreign Affairs: The pandemic does not spell the end for cities New Yorker: How the protests have changed the pandemic Reuters: U.S. defense chief opposes deploying troops to quell protests, despite Trump threats Washington Post:

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