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EVENTS50th Annual Ski Swap, drop off your consignment items, Gallatin County Fairgrounds, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., $1 fee per item; cash only. Pokemon Club (grades 1-12), Bozeman Public Library Small Conference Room, 626 E. How can you encourage that quirky student of yours who often has his or her head in the clouds? 4THEATERThe Woolgatherer, by William Mastrosimone, Blue Slipper Theatre, 113 E. Rose is a candy counter clerk who’s had a rough haul, and Cliff is a truck driver with a sour taste in his mouth. to a Dog (all ages), Bozeman Public Library Children’s Room, 626 E. Readers can practice their skills with trained Intermountain Therapy dogs. In this presentation, Jarrett will share his own personal journey and offer tips to parents and educators on how to better understand that kid whose imagination seems to take precedence over their coursework. Callender St., Livingston, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. Rose is selling sweet dreams, and Cliff wants to deliver something real. ARTSip and Paint with Allison Mc Gree, MAP Brewing, 4-8 p.m. Gallatin Valley R/C Car Club indoor off-road racing, Rocky Mountain Hobbiez, 120 Pollywog Lane, Belgrade, 6 p.m. Pecha Kucha (peh-chak-cha), The Ellen Theatre, (Nov. An 80-day bike trip with surfboard in search for meaning and remarkable art created during the Holocaust highlight next PK Night. BOOKSThe Friends of Bozeman Public Library will meet to discuss "1884" by George Orwell, Bozeman Library, 626 E. In the novel, Winston Smith starts a diary, while working for the Ministry of Truth, which, as it turns out, has a problem with truthiness. Author Event with Bernard Quetchenbach for Accidental Gravity, Country Bookstore, 28 W. The compelling essays in Bernard Quetchenbach’s Accidental Gravity move from upstate New York to the western United States, from urban and suburban places to wild lands. Tickets $5 (a $2.50 processing fee is added to the entire order). Late Night Jazz Performance and Jam session at Uncorked, 212 W Park St, Livingston, p.m., free. The evening becomes an interview in which Rose’s sensitivity and romance are challenged by Cliff’s rough-edged wit and practicality. Brooks’ YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, Oct. 12, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m.; Sundays at 3 p.m., The Dulcie Theatre at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts, 415 East Lewis Street, Livingston,$18 – Adult, $14 – Senior/Student, $10 – Youth. LECTUREThe Magic and Mystery of Women’s Space—Join Shaun Phoenix, MS, LCPC, a licensed soul-based psychotherapist serving Gallatin area residents for over twenty years for this discussion of “women’s space”, noon-1 p.m., SUB 168. Presenters have only 20 slides and 20 seconds each for a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds. Come join us in the 2nd floor Board Room for this lively discussion. Ivan Doig: A Discussion Series reading Last Bus to Wisdom, Country Bookshelf, 28 W. The MSU Library and Country Bookshelf invite local readers to join us for Exploring Ivan Doig: A Discussion Series, a series of book group style discussions to explore the works of beloved Montana author Ivan Doig.

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EVENTS50th Annual Ski Swap, drop off your consignment items, Gallatin County Fairgrounds, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., $1 fee per item; cash only. Pokemon Club (grades 1-12), Bozeman Public Library Small Conference Room, 626 E. How can you encourage that quirky student of yours who often has his or her head in the clouds? 4THEATERThe Woolgatherer, by William Mastrosimone, Blue Slipper Theatre, 113 E. Rose is a candy counter clerk who’s had a rough haul, and Cliff is a truck driver with a sour taste in his mouth. to a Dog (all ages), Bozeman Public Library Children’s Room, 626 E. Readers can practice their skills with trained Intermountain Therapy dogs.

fee per item; cash only. Pokemon Club (grades 1-12), Bozeman Public Library Small Conference Room, 626 E. How can you encourage that quirky student of yours who often has his or her head in the clouds? 4THEATERThe Woolgatherer, by William Mastrosimone, Blue Slipper Theatre, 113 E. Rose is a candy counter clerk who’s had a rough haul, and Cliff is a truck driver with a sour taste in his mouth. to a Dog (all ages), Bozeman Public Library Children’s Room, 626 E. Readers can practice their skills with trained Intermountain Therapy dogs.

Warmachines Open Play, Rook’s Comics and Games, 2740 W. Young Adult Meditation Group, Bozeman Dharma Center, 1019 E. FILM"Jane" presented by the Bozeman Doc Series, Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture, 111 S. Drawing from over 100 hours of never-before-seen footage that has been tucked away in the National Geographic archives for over 50 years, award-winning director Brett Morgen tells the story of Jane Goodall, a woman whose chimpanzee research challenged the male-dominated scientific consensus of her time and revolutionized our understanding of the natural world. Tango Montana drop-in dance class, 7- p.m., Tango Practica (open dancing with all levels instruction available as requested), - p.m. The identities of the featured gardeners will not be revealed until the meeting, so come and see who’s in the hot seat this year. co-ed drop-in badminton, Hope Lutheran Church gymnasium, 2152 W. Pint Night, Compassion Project, MAP Brewing, 4-8 p.m. Writers Group, Bozeman Public Library Board Room, 626 E.

DANCESunday dancing with music by Paul Ray, American Legion Post No.

With the help of a hunchbacked sidekick and leggy lab assistant, Frederick Frankenstein, it’s “Fronkensteen”) manages to bring to life a creature that rivals his grandfather’s. Park High Jazz Band, Classic Jazz, Uncorked, 212 W.

Of course, the monster quickly escapes, and a hilarious parody of cult horror movies ensues, with the full Broadway treatment. Park Street, Livingston, music begins at 6 p.m., 406/222-5418.

50th Annual Ski Swap, Gallatin County Fairgrounds, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., $2 admission fee, BSF members get in free at 9 p.m. Big Sky Resort season pass sale, MAP Brewing, 2-6 p.m. One evening in Philadelphia two lonely hearts reach out to each other. Pecha Kucha (peh-chak-cha), The Ellen Theatre, (Nov. An 80-day bike trip with surfboard in search for meaning and remarkable art created during the Holocaust highlight next PK Night. and again at noon, provided by local yoga instructors, free, bring your own mat. BOOKSAuthor Event with Kent Davis for A Riddle in Ruby #3: The Great Unravel, Country Bookshelf, 28 W. In the gripping final book in the Riddle in Ruby trilogy, young thief Ruby Teach and her friends must save their city from an evil scientist with nefarious plans. Welcoming all to lessons for beginners from 7-8 p.m.