The Second City brings “Fair and Unbalanced” to three Montana towns

The Second City, recently called “Improv’s Harvard” by Vanity Fair, brings its veritable “Who’s Who of Comedy” to Dillon, Helena and Whitefish. Their production, called “Fair and Unbalanced,” takes unbridled comic pleasure in the foibles of present-day America. No institution escapes the satiric eye of these wiseguys – from the blowhards of the Beltway to the Hollywood elite. Read more


Montana Festival of the Book rounds up more than 100 authors

The 11th annual Montana Festival of the Book celebrates the literature of the West by showcasing over 100 authors in a variety of readings, discussions, exhibits, signings, receptions and other special events, Oct. 28-30 in downtown Missoula. Highlights include Friday's gala reading, with Jess Walter, Robert Wrigley and C.J. Box, and Saturday's first-ever “A Shiver Runs Through It,” featuring frightful original stories. Read more


Alternative healing at heart of Art and Soul Festival

The annual Art & Soul Festival, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 23 in Billings, brings a wealth of healing modalities, family-oriented activities, and art and crafts to the Shrine Auditorium. The festival, which benefits the Koncerts for Kids Series, features a line-up of more than 45 art and crafts vendors and alternative healing practitioners from Montana, Wyoming and beyond. Read more • (1) Comments


Great Northwest Oktoberfest brings all things Bavarian to Whitefish

The Whitefish Chamber of Commerce is hosting the inaugural Great Northwest Oktoberfest, with authentic German food, beer, music, dancing and some crazy contests Oct. 14-17 in Depot Park. A giant 60-by-90-foot "beer tent" encloses table seating for 400, a stage and dance floor and Canada's top polka band, The Western Senators, deliver polka, waltzes, oom-pah and killer western swing. Read more


Just for Laughs Comedy Tour rolls through Montana

The Just For Laughs Comedy Tour brings two award-winning laugh makers and Montana’s own Singing Sons of Beaches to five Montana towns in October. Headlining this statewide tour are comedians Ryan Hamilton, recently named one of Rolling Stone's Five Comics to Watch, and Don Friesen, fresh from taping a Comedy Central appearance. Read more


Montana History Conference focuses on Glacier Park

The Montana Historical Society’s 37th Annual Montana History Conference, Sept. 30-Oct. 2 in Helena, highlights the centennial of Glacier National Park. “We are celebrating a century of the grandeur of Glacier National Park and all it means to Montana,” said Kirby Lambert, education and outreach program manager for the Montana Historical Society. Read more


Billings Symphony celebrates 60th season

The Billings Symphony celebrates its 60th anniversary with concerts, special events and tributes throughout the upcoming 2010-11 season. “I am honored to be music director with the Billings Symphony Orchestra and Chorale during this auspicious occasion,” says Anne Harrigan. The Diamond Anniversary Celebration kicks off Sept. 18 with dazzling violinist Jennifer Frautschi performing Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto and “Palladio” by Jenkins. Read more

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