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Montana Natural History Center – September Events

To access the list of events taking place at the Montana Natural History Center in September, please click on the following link.  MNHC_September-Events

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Mountain Home Montana – Yard Sale (September 14)

Annual Fundraising Yard Sale Saturday, September 14.  For more details, visit the web at http://www.mountainhomemt.org/yard-sales/ or click on the following link.

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Child Care Resources – Position Opening

Early Childhood Professional Development Specialist  — Open until filled Develop and implement child care provider training including classroom training, distance learning and onsite training. $16.15-$19.30 hour, DOQ + benefits. Requirements: Bachelors in Early Childhood or in other field with 20 credits in early childhood, 300 hours of supervised teaching experience and a minimum of 1000

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EFNEP – Fall Nutrition Classes

Free Cooking and Nutrition Lessons The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) is starting a series of 7 lessons this fall.  EFNEP offers free cooking and nutrition lessons for limited-income family with children.   For more details, please click on the following link.  EFNEP_2013-Fall-Classes

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Easter Seals-Goodwill – Sibshop Sleep Over (September 20)

An Overnight Adventured – Wonderful Siblings from Sibshop WHEN:  6 p.m. Friday, September 20th until 10 a.m. Saturday, September 21st.  TO REGISTER:  Call Abbey Hood at 406-217-8768.  For more information, please click on the following link.  Sibshop_Sleepover

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Missoula Writing Collaborative – Free Workshops for Kids (September 2013)

The Places We live – FREE Creative Writing Workshops for Kids (ages 8-14)   WHAT:  the Missoula Writing Collaborative (MWC) will host FREE writing workshops for kids ages 8-14 focusing on how place inspires and shapes our creative work through poetry, prose, and visual art.  Instructors will be Micah Fields and Rachel Mindell.  Participants who attend all three

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Missoula Flagship Program – Fall Start Dates

The Flagship Program will begin offering fall activities on Monday, September 23rd at our 8 Flagship school sites.  For  more information, please contact the Program Office at 532-9827.

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Missoula Early Head Start – “Free or Fairly Cheap” Newsletter (September)

To access the current edition, please click on the following link.  Early-Head-Start-Newsletter_0913

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Missoula City-County Health Department – EatSmart Newsletter (August 23)

To access the most current EatSmart Newsletter, please click on the following link.  EatSmart_Aug23

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Easter Seals-Goodwill: Kids Connect Social Groups (Fall 2013)

All-Boy and All-Girl Groups Available   Kids Connect social skills group sessions will be starting up this Fall.  To access more information, please click on the following link.  Updated_Sept_2013_Kids_Connect

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St. Patrick Hospital Trauma Services – Helmet Sale (September 9)

Protect Your Head!   Helmets for Children and Adults WHAT:  Low-cost bicycle ($8), skateboard ($10), ski/snowboard ($20) and equestrian ($23) helmets for sale.  WHEN AND WHERE:  Monday, September 9 from 12 noon to 3 p.m.  at the Old Western Montana Clinic Building (515 W Front).   OTHER DETAILS:  Cash or checks only, please.  For more information, contact Michele

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Missoula Parks and Creation – Currents Aquatic Center (Fall 2013)

Fall Swim Lessons and Fitness Classes Currents Aquatics Center offers a full schedule of swim lessons and fitness classes this fall. Aquatics programs include Aquacize, Pre-Competitive Swim School, CPR/First Aid training and Lifeguarding classes. Swim lessons for ages 6 months through adult begin September 14. Learn more at www.missoulaparks.org. Stop by Currents Aquatics Center or

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Missoula Parks and Recreation – Fall 2013 Recreation Guide

Fall Fun with Missoula Parks and Recreation Missoula Parks and Recreation’s Fall 2013 Recreation Guide, featuring Currents Aquatics Center, adult sports and much more, is now available online at www.missoulaparks.org.  Join Parks and Recreation this fall for National Public Lands Day on September 28, Fall Family Fest on October 19, plus adult indoor soccer, volleyball

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Homeword, Inc. – Equinox Outreach Tour (September 12)

Mingle. Tour. Connect. Learn. WHAT:  A tour of Equinox, the first phase in the redevelopment of an urban greyfield completed in 2009. This property is centrally located near the corner of Broadway and Russell in Missoula. This sustainably built affordable housing complex offers residents convenient access to retail, grocery and medical services, is located along Mountain Line

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Children’s Museum Missoula – “Great Conversations” Classes (October 11 & 12)

Two-part Class on Important Issues Around Adolescence This informative, humorous and lively discussion of puberty, the opposite sex and growing up, sets parents and their pre-teens on a straight course for talking with one another on these very important topics.   To access a flyer with important details, please click on the following link.  CMM_ConversationsClasses

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Children’s Museum Missoula – Events (September 1 – 15)

To access a listing of events that are scheduled for September 1 – 15, please click on the following link.  ChildrensMuseum_Sep1-15

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Missoula County Public Schools – Back to School (August)

MCPS students start back to school on Wednesday, Aug. 28 STARTING DATES Wednesday, August 28, will be the first day of school for most students attending Missoula County Public Schools District No. 1 in Missoula.  Students in the following elementary and middle schools begin classes on Wednesday, August 28:  Chief Charlo, Cold Springs, Franklin, Hawthorne,

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Montana Natural History Center – Naturalist Field Day (September 28)

Local Geology with Bruce Baty WHAT:  Registration is now open for the Montana Natural History Center’s ‘Local Geology’ Naturalist Field Day. Join accomplished instructor Bruce Baty for a field class in local geology. Visit up to eight locations featuring  fault zones, alluvial fans,basalt lava flows, granitic intrusion,fossils, and more.This introductory class will establish a strong

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Montana Natural History Center – Fall Master Naturalist Class (Sept – Oct)

Montana Master Naturalist Course: WHAT:  Registration is now open for The Montana Natural History Center’s Fall 2013 Montana Master Naturalist Course taught  by MNHC Naturalist Alyssa Mclean. The course consists of 40 hours of training in the form of lectures, labs, and outdoor field trips.Students will learn naturalist skills such as Montana plant bird,insect and

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Western Montana Volunteer Center – Brown Bag Lunch (August 28)

Networking Event  WHAT:  Do you manage volunteers? Do you want to meet other volunteer managers and learn from their experiences? and find out what they like to eat?  This month, the Western Montana Volunteer Center is hosting one of our popular brown bag lunches. The topic will be “Advocating for Professional Volunteer Management.” Bring a lunch

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Missoula County Public Schools/Let’s Move Missoula – Summit (October 4)

Summit for Healthy Children  –  Part I:  Summit to Promote Physical Activity Policies and Programs to Increase Student Health and Cognitive Ability WHEN AND WHERE:  Friday, october 4 from 7:30 a.m. to 12 noon at the University Center at the University of Montana.  WHAT:  Attend an important summit on how physical activity dramatically impacts students’

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