The Billings Outpost

Calendar of Events

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Thursday, September 3

•Project Linus of Yellowstone County meets the first Thursday of each month to make blankets for children to age 18 who are ill or traumatized. Blankets are then distributed from shelters, social service agencies or hospitals. 12 Garden Ave. To volunteer, donate or receive a blanket, contact Terri Malucci at 855-7999.

•Alternative Wellness Montana holds a Medical Marijuana Recommendation and Renewal Clinic. Call 672-3172. Also Sept. 20.

•Montana’s Professional Development Center conducts a class on Writing Clearly and Concisely. 8:30 a.m. to noon, Best Western Plus Kelly Inn and Suites, 4915 Southgate Drive. $95. Register at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , at pdc.mt.gov/register or call (406) 444-3871.

•Pediatrician Lori Byron speaks on climate change and health at a meeting of the Billings League of Women Voters. She and her husband, Dr. Robert Byron, recently became members of the Climate Reality Leadership Corps after attending training in Brazil. 11:30 a.m., Elks Lodge, 934 Lewis Ave. $10 for buffet lunch; the free program begins at noon.

•A reception marks the opening of “A Still Life Painting,” the first exhibition of the fall semester at Rocky Mountain College. Five still-life artists and their work are featured: Elliott Eaton, Connie Herberg, Linda Piper, Robert Tompkins and Dana Zier. Refreshments are served. 4-6 p.m., Tech Hall at RMC. Exhibition continues through Sept. 30.

•The Healthy By Design Gardeners’ Market, a place to buy local produce direct from gardeners and farmers, returns with a new “boot camp” to help shoppers cook easy meals on a budget using fruits and vegetables. Extension agents with MSU Extension’s Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program offer the Buy Eat Live Better cooking class series using produce found at the market. 4:30-6:30 p.m., South Park. Thursdays through Oct. 1.

•RED LODGE – The Carbon County Historical Society and Museum conducts a Historic Walking Tour of downtown Red Lodge. 5 p.m., beginning at the museum. $2 or free to society members.

•Bring your instrument for the Thursday Night Jazz Jam. 6 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co. Free.

•WORDEN – The Belly Dance Fitness class is offered. 7 p.m., Veterans of Foreign Wars. For information, contact Amina at 698-2191 or amina’This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Every Thursday.

•The North Park Neighborhood Task Force meets. 7 p.m., North Park Center.

•Nashville recording artist Josh Turner kicks off the Alberta Bair Theater’s new season with such hits as “Your Man,” “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” “Firecracker,” “Would You Go with Me,” “All Over Me” and “Time Is Love,” which was the most played country song of 2012. He has sold more than 12 million units and is one of the youngest members of the Grand Ole Opry. 7:30 p.m. $50, $45, $35.

•Projectile Comedy performs live improv. 8 p.m., Daisy Dukes, 222 N. Broadway.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Minsk, a band out of Chicago, plays live metal. Pub Station.

Friday, September 4

•The Hidden in Plain Sight Tour explores the details of downtown with local historian Joyce Jensen, who points out historical points of interest and architectural details and tells stories of Billings. 10 a.m., Western Heritage Center. $10, $5.

•The Midland Empire Pachyderm Club meets. Noon, Elks Club.

•Matt Hodek and the Dakota Dutchmen out of North Dakota, Barefoot Beckey and the Ivanhoe Dutchmen out of Iowa and the Just for Fun band out of Billings all play at the Big Sky Polkafest. 3 p.m., Moose Lodge, 131 Calhoun Lane. $15 or $35 for all three days. Through Sunday.

•RED LODGE – The Red Lodge Farmers’ Market offers farm-raised produce and meats, along with baked goods, salsa, canned goods and crafts. 3:30-6 p.m., Lions Park. Fridays through Sept. 25.

•RED LODGE – Al Jordan plays at Alive at 5. 5 p.m., Snag Bar.

•Rod Tochihara plays at Jam at the YAM. Light hors d’oeuvres are available. 5:30-8 p.m., Yellowstone Art Museum.

•The Burn the Point Classic Car Parade goes on. Bucky Beaver and the Groundgrippers play live music, and there is dancing in the street. 6:30 p.m., downtown.

•Frank and Phyllis are Keepin’ It Country. 7 p.m., Elks Lodge.

•Lunatic Fringe plays live music. 7 p.m., Yellowstone Cellars and Winery, 1335 Holiday Circle.

•RED LODGE – Casey Epps hosts open mic night. 7 p.m., Elks Lodge.

•Where There’s Fire and Machinatia play live music. 8 p.m., Shooters.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

•A DJ plays music to dance by. 9 p.m., Shooters.

•The No Cigar Tour kickoff show includes music by No Cigar, Magik City Music Group, Idiot Kid Arsenal, Reid Perry and Treasure State. 9 p.m., Pub Station. $5.

Saturday, September 5

•Archery season opens in Montana for antelope, bighorn sheep, black bear, deer, elk, mountain lion, wolf and the backcountry.

•The Yellowstone Valley Farmers Market fills the morning with farm-grown fruits and vegetables, food vendors and live entertainment. 8 a.m. to noon, downtown. Saturdays through Oct. 3.

•Admission is free for members or $1 for all others the first Saturday of every month. Yellowstone Art Museum.

•LAUREL – Live bluegrass music goes on every Saturday. 9 a.m. to noon, Owl Café.

•LIVINGSTON – Sheila Hrasky and Tandy Miles Riddle, the “Train in Art” artists at the Livingston Depot, offer art classes for children and adults. The children’s classes involve drawing with pencils or crayons, followed by a snack and chalk drawings on the sidewalk. The adult classes (ages 12 and up) are plein air events with materials provided. Children’s class, 10 a.m. to noon, Livingston Depot, $10; adult class, 3-5 p.m., $30.

•The Burn the Point Classic Car Show exhibits muscle cars from the ’60s and ’70s, plus classic cars from the early days of automotive history. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., MetraPark. $3 or $2 with empty Pepsi product. From noon to 4 p.m. in the Expo Center, more than 100 collector cars are for sale in the Montana Classic Collector Car Auction. $10. For information, go to www.bpautoauction.com.

•PRYOR – The Day of Honor, an annual celebration of Chief Plenty Coups and his legacy, is on the theme “Chief Among Chiefs: Cooperation through Wisdom.” Cultural speakers and presentations go on throughout the day, a free buffalo feast is held, and a movie in the park concludes the evening. A fun run, horseshoe tournament, Crow dance and drum group and veterans honor guard fill out the day. 10 a.m., Chief Plenty Coups State Park.

•Children sign up to READ to a Dog of their choice for 15 minutes in a program that helps young readers practice reading in a safe and comfortable environment. 10:30-11:30 a.m., Billings Public Library.

•Teens gather for a Saturday Movie Matinee featuring a movie that they vote to see. 2 p.m., TECH Lab at Billings Public Library.

•Matt Hodek and the Dakota Dutchmen out of North Dakota, Barefoot Beckey and the Ivanhoe Dutchmen out of Iowa and the Just for Fun band out of Billings all play at the Big Sky Polkafest. 2 p.m., Moose Lodge, 131 Calhoun Lane. $18 or $35 for all three days. Through Sunday.

•RED LODGE – A reception marks the opening of an exhibition by Billings artist Ben Stringer, whose first home in Montana was a barn in Molt. His inspiration comes from nature’s many forms of the drama of light, air and color. The reception also honors the summer campers at the Boys & Girls Club, whose “Monster Exhibit” continues through Labor Day. 3-5 p.m., Carbon County Arts Guild, 11 W. Eighth St. Free. Stringer exhibition continues through September.

•Broken Bow, featuring Wes Urbaniak, plays live music. 5 p.m., Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

•GretchLove plays live music. 7 p.m., Yellowstone Cellars and Winery, 1335 Holiday Circle.

•Wild Ginger hosts live jazz and blues. 8 p.m., 2713 Montana Ave. Free.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

•Drivin’ Blind plays live music. 9 p.m., Shooters.

Sunday, September 6

•YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – Trails Through Yellowstone gets participants out of their vehicles and away from developed areas of the park. The program includes daily four- to eight-mile moderate-level hikes, instruction by a naturalist and guide, two nights of lodging at Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and two nights at Grant Village, breakfast and box lunch daily, in-park van transportation and optional evening programs. $1,239, $939. To sign up, call (307) 344-7311 or toll-free 1-866-439-7375 or go to www.YellowstoneNationalParkLodges.com. Also Sept. 13 and 20.

•MARTINSDALE – “Walk in Beauty – Navajo Rugs from the Bair Family Collection” is an exhibition of rugs made primarily between 1890 and 1925. Most of the rugs reflect the influence of J.B. Moore, who operated the Crystal Trading Post in New Mexico until 1911. The exhibit also features an early Ye’ii Bicheii weaving depicting a Navajo ceremonial dance in which human-like figures impersonate the ye’ii, or “Holy People.” Bair Family Museum. Through Oct. 31.

•Matt Hodek and the Dakota Dutchmen out of North Dakota, Barefoot Beckey and the Ivanhoe Dutchmen out of Iowa and the Just for Fun band out of Billings all play at the Big Sky Polkafest. Today’s festival includes a Polka Mass and worship service at 11 a.m. 1 p.m., Moose Lodge, 131 Calhoun Lane. $10.

•The Billings Association of Humanists meets for Headlines and Open Discussion about the future of work in America. Bring articles, news clippings and other conversation starters with a focus on labor and work. 1 p.m., First Congregational Church, 310 N. 27th St.

•The 2015 Independent Artist Showcase features music by Toy Called God, A Balance of Power, Ground into Dust, Helldorado, Stranded by Choice, Machinatia, No Cigar, Kid Named King, Iron Swarm and Tribe all play. 1:30 p.m., Pub Station.

•The Weekend Wonders program is open to all ages. 2-3:30 p.m., Audubon Conservation Education Center. $2 or free for Friends of the Center. Every Sunday, with no registration required.

•Adam Rutt and the Vigilante 7 host an evening of open blues, rock and country jam. 6-11 p.m., Andy’s Lounge, 1815 First Ave. N. Free.

•Yellowstone Howard hosts the Acoustic Sunday Sessions garage jam. 6 p.m., Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

•Live jazz goes on most Sunday evenings at Walkers Grill.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Monday, September 7

•Labor Day. Don’t work too hard and be careful: Law enforcement agencies are upping DUI enforcement efforts throughout the holiday weekend.

•YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – The Fall Wolf and Elk Discovery program covers four nights and includes lodging at the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, breakfast and box lunch daily, dinner on the last night, in-park van transportation, short hikes, two classroom presentations, optional evening programs and instruction by a naturalist. $1,079, $789. To sign up, call (307) 344-7311 or toll-free 1-866-439-7375 or go to www.YellowstoneNationalParkLodges.com. Also Tuesday and Sept. 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 and 29.

•RED LODGE – The Labor Day Arts Fair offers a full day of original art, fine crafts, music and food. More than 85 artists are expected for the event, and items on display include fine art, sculpture, glass, photography, jewelry, pottery, wood carving, metal art and pottery, clothing, furniture, home accessories, greeting cards and other arts and fine crafts. Entertainment goes on throughout the day. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Lions Park.

•The Greater Yellowstone Central Labor Council holds its Labor Day Picnic with food, drinks, live music and appearances by Montana politicians. Noon to 3 p.m., Rose Park.

•West Coast swing dance lessons are offered every Monday for fun and practice. No partner required. Beginners, 7:15 p.m.; Beginners II, 8:30 p.m.; Social/Practice Party, 9:30 p.m.; Elysian School, 6416 Elysian Road. Free.

•Black Uhuru, led by Derrick “Duckie” Simpson, has been playing reggae for more than 50 years. Mr. Simpson grew up in Jamaica and learned to sing from boyhood friends Winston “Pipe” Matthews and Lloyd “Bread” McDonald of Wailing Souls and from Bob Marley. The band has opened for the Rolling Stones and Police. In 1984, the band won the first Grammy given for reggae music, and it trails only Bob Marley in terms of reggae music sales. 8 p.m., Pub Station, 2502 First Ave. N. $18 or $15 in advance at 1111presents.com, Pub Station Box Office or by calling 1-877-987-6487.

•The movie “Jurassic World” is shown outdoors during Welcome Week activities at MSU Billings. 8:30 p.m., Cisel Field. In case of bad weather, the movie will be shown in Petro Theater.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts plays live in concert on the band’s North American tour in support of a new album, Desire Will Rot. Tribe and Shangri-La also play. 7 p.m., Black Sparrow Tattoo Club, 1940 Grand Ave.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Tuesday, September 8

•YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – The Fall Wolf and Elk Discovery program covers four nights and includes lodging at the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, breakfast and box lunch daily, dinner on the last night, in-park van transportation, short hikes, two classroom presentations, optional evening programs and instruction by a naturalist. $1,079, $789. To sign up, call (307) 344-7311 or toll-free 1-866-439-7375 or go to www.YellowstoneNationalParkLodges.com. Also Sept. 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 and 29.

•BOZEMAN – “Tuesdays with Todd,” a series of four-hour training sessions for manufacturers, is taught by Todd Daniels, a manufacturing specialist. Topics include lean manufacturing for the office, root cause and problem solving, coming changes to the ISO 9001 quality standard, planning for growth and risk management. 1 p.m., MMEC, 2310 University Way, Building 2. $75. Call (406) 994-3812 or visit www.mtmanufacturingcenter.com. Second Tuesday of each month through December.

•Learn about computer programming, app development and game design at CoderDojo. No experience is required, and mentors guide 11- and 12-year-olds in the right direction. A guardian or parent is required to attend with their child. 5:30-7 p.m., Computer Lab at Billings Public Library. Every Tuesday.

•Green Drinks Billings gets together for beverages and talk about the environment. 5:30 p.m., Earth First Recycling.

•The Yellowstone County Republican Party Central Committee holds its meeting on every second Tuesday of the month. 6:30 p.m., Rimview Inn.

•RED LODGE – Rob Owens hosts a weekly jam for musicians. 8 p.m., Snow Creek Saloon.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

•Singer, songwriter, guitarist and showman Igor Yuzov leads Igor and the Red Elvises in a concert of “Siberian Surf Rock.” The band over the last 20 years has included members from Russia, Israel, Puerto Rico and Bulgaria, among others. Shows have included keyboards, accordions, sax, clarinet, trumpet, flute, banjo, mandolin, tuba and other instruments. 9 p.m., Pub Station. $10.

Wednesday, Sept. 9

•The Living Well with a Disability workshop introduces a goal-setting approach and teaches problem-solving skills to provide tools for managing health and making healthy lifestyle changes, increasing physical activity, developing and maintaining healthy relationships, improving nutrition, avoiding depression and frustration and advocating for community change. 10-11:30 a.m. Wednesdays and Fridays through Sept. 30, Living Independently for Today and Tomorrow, 1201 Grand Ave. Call 259-5981 to register.

•LIVINGSTON – The Western Sustainability Exchange holds the Livingston Farmers Market, which offers locally grown produce and meat, baked goods, prepared foods, beer, and local arts, crafts, and jewelry. Today, Derek Ivester and Friends play. 4:30-7:30 p.m., Miles Band Shell Park. For a schedule of special events and live music, go to www.westernsustainabilityexchange.org. Wednesdays through Sept. 23.

•Open yoga classes welcome all levels, including beginners, to stretch, breathe and de-stress with yoga. 5:30-6:45 p.m., Room 3 at Billings Clinic. $7 or $45 for eight weeks. Call Kyle Neary at 255-8485 or 652-4955.

•Hoof It with a Historian: After Hours tours local breweries and distilleries on the west end of downtown, stopping by Trailhead Spirits and ending at Überbrew. Drinks and conversation about Billings’ brewery culture make up the evening. 5:30 p.m., beginning at Western Heritage Center. $20, including a drink at each of two stops and a pass to the WHC. Reservations recommended by calling 256-6809.

•Bring out your instruments for Hump Night Open Mic. 6 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

•Yellowstone Cellars and Winery holds open mic night. 6-8 p.m., 1335 Holiday Circle. For information on performing, contact Randy Wyman at 861-0749 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

•The Creative Writer’s Studio meets. 6:30 p.m., second-floor conference room at Billings Public Library.

•The Yellowstone Woodturners hold their monthly meeting for all skill levels with educational presentations each month. 7 p.m., Roaring ’20s Auto Clubhouse, 7400 Grand Ave. For information, go to www.yellowstoneturners.org or call Ron at 679-0902.

•Elizabeth Springman-Picolini, who has worked for 15 years in assisting patients with medical marijuana cards, speaks in the Community Lecture Series on the current status of medical marijuana in Montana and on the legal process under way to define it. 7 p.m., Community Lecture Series, Billings Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2032 Central Ave.

•The U.S. Navy Band Country Current makes Billings one of 13 stops on its fall tour. The seven-member ensemble, directed by Keith Arneson, plays country and bluegrass music on banjo, acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, fiddle, electric bass, upright bass, dobro, pedal steel guitar and drum set. 7 p.m., Shrine Auditorium. Free.

•RED LODGE – It’s open mic and comedy night. 7 p.m., Bull ’N Bear Saloon.

•Built to Spill has been playing indie rock for 20 years and releases Untethered Moon, its eighth studio album, this year. The band lost two members in 2012, added two more and played more tour stops in 2013 than in any year in its history. Leader Doug Martsch says, “When we get together and pick up our instruments, I always believe that something magical is going to happen. And it often does, but it’s a magic that maybe only we can feel, in the moment, and doesn’t necessarily translate to tape or to other people. So we keep messing with it until it feels like real music to us.” 8 p.m., Pub Station. $22 or $20 in advance at 1111presents.com, Pub Station Box Office or by calling 1-877-987-6487.

•Scylla plays deathcore from Arizona, Solomon plays deathcore from Texas, and AssNyne provides local thrash. 8 p.m., Aesthetic Agony Tattoo and Production, 2910 Second Ave. N. $5.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Thursday,              September 10

•Watercolor Tips and Techniques for Adult Beginners is a series of six classes teaching basics of moisture control, color mixing and specialty techniques. Instructor Noel Hawke has painted in water media since 2010 and has taught this class for two years. 1-3:30 p.m. Thursdays through Oct. 15, Q’s Art and Framing, 1511 Sixth Ave. N. $108, plus materials.

•Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw appears at a ceremony honoring three Montana Business Hall of Fame inductees: Greg Gianforte, founder of RightNow Technologies; Don and Marilyn Floberg, of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Floberg Real Estate; and Tom Scott, chairman of First Interstate BancSystem of Montana. The winners, selected from 11 nominees, were chosen because of their business leadership and ethics, willingness to take risks, concern for customers and employees, innovation and impact on their community and the state’s economy. Holiday Inn Grand Montana. $100. For tickets, call 657-1626. Earlier today, inductees discuss their careers in a panel discussion as part of the Executive in Residence program. 2 p.m., Room 148 of MSU Billings Library. For information, go to www.msubillings.edu/MBHOF/2015/Bradshaw.htm.

•The Healthy By Design Gardeners’ Market, a place to buy local produce direct from gardeners and farmers, returns with a new “boot camp” to help shoppers cook easy meals on a budget using fruits and vegetables. Extension agents with MSU Extension’s Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program offer the Buy Eat Live Better cooking class series using produce found at the market. 4:30-6:30 p.m., South Park. Thursdays through Oct. 1.

•The Billings Preservation Society & Endowment Trust holds the Party for Preservation with celebrity waiter dinner and auction. The evening begins with happy hour and silent auction at 5 p.m., cocktails and dinner at 7 p.m., followed by a program and live art auction at 8 p.m. Moss Mansion. $100. Call 256-5100 for tickets.

•Bring your instrument for the Thursday Night Jazz Jam. 6 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co. Free.

•The Central-Terry Park Neighborhood Task Force meets. 6:30 p.m., Terry Park Fire Station, Sixth Street West and Terry Avenue.

•WORDEN – The Belly Dance Fitness class is offered. 7 p.m., Veterans of Foreign Wars. For information, contact Amina at 698-2191 or amina’This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Every Thursday.

•Citizens Climate Lobby Billings, a nonprofit and nonpartisan group, meets on its agenda of passing a carbon fee and dividend, which it calls a revenue-neutral, job-creating plan to put a price on carbon. 7 p.m., Billings Unitarian Universalist Church, 2032 Central Ave. Every second Thursday of the month.

•Laugh Jurassoff is an evening of open mic comedy. 7 p.m., Red Door Lounge.

•Comedian Kevin Barnett, who has appeared on Comedy Central and MTV, performs live. 8 p.m., Petro Theater at MSU Billings.

•Projectile Comedy performs live improv. 8 p.m., Daisy Dukes, 222 N. Broadway.

•Jackyl has been playing hard rock, heavy metal and Southern rock for more than 20 years. The band’s self-titled debut album went platinum and featured rock radio hits like “Down On Me,” “When Will It Rain,” “I Stand Alone” and “The Lumberjack,” during which vocalist Jesse James Dupree performed a chainsaw solo. The band’s The Beavis and Butt-head Experience album went triple platinum. The band earned two Guinness Book of World Records citations for performing 100 shows in 50 days and 21 shows in 24 hours. 8 p.m., Pub Station. $20.

•Country music duo Dan + Shay brings together Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney, whose debut album, Where It All Began, includes the hit single “19 You + Me.” “We just love songwriting,” Mr. Mooney says of the album. “We wanted it to be a rollercoaster of emotions and a rollercoaster of sounds, something that takes listeners on a journey.” 8 p.m., Babcock Theater. $25 or $22 in advance at 1111presents.com, Pub Station (2502 First Ave. N.) or by calling 1-877-987- 6487.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

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