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April Excitement In Bozeman
by Lindsey Keeley
It's officially spring and Bozemanites are taking full advantage of the beautiful weather. From downtown to the hiking trails, people are out and about! There are a number of great events in the area this month, so put on a light jacket and join the community!
Livingston Craft Beer Week
Just a short 25-minute drive to Livingston anytime from April 2nd-8th will provide great entertainment for the beer lovers out there. Some of the beer-related activities include beer and cheese pairings at Uncorked, a stein holding competition at Katabatic, "Art on Tap" at Wheatgrass Saloon, a beer pairing dinner at Pinky's Cafe, the Beer Mile brewery run and screenings of brew-related movies all week at The Buckhorn.
The big event, Livingston's Brewfest, is Saturday, April 8th, from 2-7pm. Over 25 breweries with 70 beers to sample will set up in the Depot parking lot in downtown Livingston. You'll hear the southern musical stylings on Swamp Dawg and Wyoming's premier mountain rock-bluegrass band, One Ton Pig. And don't forget about the local food vendors!
Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door.
Visit www.tapintomt.com for event detail, briefest information, sponsorship information and to purchase tickets.
Bozeman Without Borders 5K
This fun run takes place Friday, April 7th, from 6-8 pm. Follow a trail through Peet's Hill and Burke Park. Race as a team or as an individual to benefit Engineers Without Borders, a group aiding Kenyan children by providing clean water and sanitation.
After the run, stop by Zocalo Cafe where there will be live, local music, t-shirts, fun prizes and Montana beer.
Registration ends April 6th and costs $20. For more information, visit https://runsignup.com/Race/MT/Bozeman/EWBMSUKenyaWaterRun.
Bozeman Symphony- The Titan
Expose yourself to a colossal symphonic achievement at The Bozeman Symphony's 49th season closer, The Titan. Composed by Gustav Mahler, The Titan is considered of greater scale and scope than any other attempt.
View and hear the grandeur Saturday, April 8th, at 7:30 pm and Sunday, April 9th at 2:30. Both performances take place at the Willson Auditorium, 404 West Main Street.
Giant Easter Egg Hunt
This year's Annual Easter Egg Hunt is guaranteed to be a blast! Journey Church began preparation for the event in February by filling 50,000 plastic eggs with goodies. They will be placed in the MSU practice fields at the corner of Kagy and 7th Avenue Saturday, April 15th.
Children 13 and under are welcome to gather at 10:30 am on the fields and the hunt will begin promptly at 11 am. Be it rain or shine, the hunt will go on!
For any questions, call Journey Church at 406-922-0190.
Clean Up Day
Share the love of Earth and our community by taking part in Clean Up Day Saturday, April 22nd. Now over 30 years running, the event successfully mobilizes hundreds of volunteers each year.
Any age is welcome to help. Simply sign up at www.bozeman.net/cleanupday. Registrants will receive necessary cleaning supplies as well as reusable totes, coupons, fliers, and giveaways. The City of Bozeman is also looking for volunteer coordinators.
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