A Day of Muddy Fun! The Dirty Dash is a fun – and dirty 🙂 – fundraiser for CASA of Missoula. Don’t feel like getting dirty but want to help out? Why not volunteer? CASA of Missoula will receive $75 for every volunteer shift filled. Why not double your fun and impact by racing AND volunteering. Volunteer shifts are Thursday,
The Free or Fairly Cheap Newsletter offers listings of family activities and wellness resources. To access the June Newsletter, please click on the following link. EarlyHeadStartNewsletter_June
To access a listing of the Summer Camp offerings for 2013, please click on the following link. Girls_Way_Summer_Camps
830 High School Seniors To Receive Diplomas on June 1 Ceremonies f or Missoula schools will take place at The University of Montana’s Adams Center. Sentinel High School will honor 285 graduates at ceremonies at 10 a.m. on June 1. Big Sky High School will graduate 245 seniors this year at 12:30 p.m. ceremonies on June 1.
FREE Admission to All Active Duty Military Personnel and Their Families The Children’s Museum Missoula (225 West Front Street, Downtown Missoula) is taking part in Blue Star Museums, a collaboration in effect from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2013. Find the complete list of participating museums at www.arts.gov/bluestarmuseums. Blue Star Museums is a collaboration among the National Endowment
For Brothers and Sisters Who Have a Sibling With a Disability This FUN FILLED, one-day workshop focuses on getting kids together to meet their peers, play active games, and spark conversation about what it is like to be a sibling. Call or e-mail Abbey Hood at 406-217-8768 or firstname.lastname@example.org to ask questions or to register. For
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The “World Famous” Annual Yard Sale Benefitting Mountain Home Montana WHEN AND WHERE: Friday, June 21 and Saturday, June 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 2606 South Avenue West (Missoula). WHAT: Find clothing for the whole family, household items, toys, baby equipment, furniture and much, much more!
The video seminar will take place on September 14 and then a Weekly Study Group will run from October 2013 to January 2014. For more details on each of these offerings, please click on the following link. RelationshipTherapy
To access the most recent events listing, to cover June 1 – 15, please click on the following link. Children’sMuseum_JuneEvents
Doors open at 6 p.m. @ the Crystal Theater 515 S. Higgins – Missoula Film Screening of Girl Rising 10×10 is a social action organization seeking educational equality for underprivileged girls across the globe. Director Richard Robbins tells the moving stories of several of these girls, with help from some of the most recognizable female
FREE Financial Fitness Classes: All-Day and 3-Part Sessions WHAT: Classes cover: budgeting, savings, credit reports, insurance, taxes, investing, credit & loans. WHEN: All-Day: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday June 29th, August 10th, October 12th or November 16th. 3-Part Session: 6 p.m to 9 p.m. on September 24th, 25th and 26th. WHERE: All Financial Fitnesses Classes take place at Homeword,
Celebrate Endangered Species Day with Bull Trout, Native Plants WHAT: In recognition of national Endangered Species Day, the Montana Natural History Center and the Endangered Species Coalition will be hosting a native plant sale and Bull trout presentation. Wade Fredenberg, Bull Trout Recovery Coordinator for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service will make a presentation entitled, “Bull
Missoula Public Library is Opening a Makerspace in the Library WHAT: This will be a space for tinkerers and makers to learn about 3-D printing & scanning, electronics prototyping, and soft-tech development. Makerspaces are utilized by people interested in the Maker/ Do-It-Yourself movement, often for developing prototypes for small businesses. The library intends for the
Position: Relief Resident Care Coordinator Details: This position will provide direct services to young mothers and their children. This position requires the applicant to have excellent communication skills, an ability to work without direct supervision, problem solving skills, the ability to maintain a neat, clean, and sanitary working environment, the ability to perform multiple
From Families First Children’s Museum and Parenting Programs … to Children’s Museum Missoula The name change reflects the organization’s vision to unite its two identities. The organization’s mission and services will remain the same, but a new logo and brand identity will harness the power of visual media to better communicate to the community. As a part
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The Newly Developed Guide to Meeting Places in the Missoula Area.
Mingle, Tour, Connect and Learn WHEN AND WHERE: THursday, May 9 from 12 noon to 1 p.m. at 307 Woody. WHAT: Tour Homeword’s historic rehab property. The tour will include information on Homeword, our programs and the sustainability features of the building. Snacks and beverages are provided. COST AND REGISTRATION: The event is free of charge. To register, call the Homeword
Home Energy Efficiency: Spring Into Savings – Reduce, Conserve, Save and Retrofit WHAT: Class topics include: your building envelop, insulation, HVAC maintenace, appliances, water conservation, incentives and rebates. Attendees will be entered into a raffle to win a rain barrel (donated by Ace Hardware) or an energy audit by Chris Moyles! WHEN AND WHERE: Thursday, May 2nd from
To see what’s happening during May, please click on the following link. MNHC_MayEvents