Missoula Downtown News

APPLICATION PERIOD OPEN FOR
OUT TO LUNCH
AND DOWNTOWN TONIGHT SUMMER SERIES

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One of the best things about summer in Missoula is the Out to Lunch and Downtown ToNight Summer Series that take place every Wednesday afternoon and Thursday evening in June, July and August in Caras Park.

 The Missoula Downtown Association is gearing up for the 2017 summer season, and the deadline to apply for both food vending and entertainment for these beloved summer events that draw thousands of folks to the heart of Missoula is fast approaching.

Folks interested in vending or performing at Out to Lunch and/or Downtown ToNight can apply online here: https://www.missouladowntown.com/play/mda-events. (more…)

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Mountain Line Closed Monday for Presidents’ Day

MISSOULA – Mountain Line will be closed on Monday, February 20th in recognition of the Presidents’ Day federal holiday.  All 12 fixed routes, Paratransit, Senior Van, and the customer service line will be closed for the day.  Service will resume on a normal weekday schedule on Tuesday, February 21st. (more…)

Join Us for Summer StARTS

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Summer 2017 is peeking around the corner, and the Missoula Children’s Theatre is ready! Stop by the MCT Center for the Performing Arts on First Friday, March 3, for Summer StARTS. From 4-6PM, the lobby of the MCT Center for the Performing Arts will be filled with your child’s Missoula summer day camp opportunities for theatre, arts, dance, and all kinds of movement! The Missoula Children’s Theatre will be joined by the Roxy Theater, On Center Performing Arts, Show Tyme Academy, Missoula Writing Collaborative, Bitterroot Gymnastics, MCAT, Rocky Mountain Ballet Theatre, and the Clay Studio of Missoula. (more…)

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MDA REINVIGORATES MISSOULA FESTIVAL OF TREES
MOUNTAIN HOME MONTANA GIFTS FESTIVAL TO MDA

After planning and producing the Missoula Festival of Trees since 1999, Mountain Home Montana and Festival Chairman Laura Snyder have gifted the holiday event to the Missoula Downtown Association (MDA), which will look to build, expand and sustain the event into a festive holiday experience for all in the heart of Downtown Missoula. (more…)

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Performances of The Emperor's New Clothes

A new year, and a new show! The Missoula Children’s Theatre is proud to unveil the world premiere of The Emperor’s New Clothes.While the premise of this Hans Christian Andersen classic will be familiar, the Missoula Children’s Theatre version surely contains its trademark comical twists, turns, and colorful characters. The show will take place Saturday, February 18 at 3 PM & 5 PM at the MCT Center for the Performing Arts. (more…)

Downtown on Tap

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Berkshire Hathaway Missoula

Tuesday, February 28, 5 – 7 pm

Missoula is an amazing place to live and a dynamic place to do business. At Berkshire Hathaway Montana Properties, our passion is helping get you into the right home or space for your business. Join real estate agents Matt Mellott and David Miller at our downtown location for beer from Bayern Brewing, delicious appetizers and a celebration of why we choose to live and do business in this great community.

Celebrate Valentines Day AKA ‘International Flower Worker Day’ with a Earth-friendly Bouquet Making Workshop

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February 14th, known to many as Valentine's Day, is a day to celebrate love in all forms. The 14th of February is also "International Day of the Flower Worker", which calls awareness to the social and environmental injustice of the mainstream flower industry. Did you know that 85% of our flowers purchased in the U.S. come from S.A., where the demand is largest and most grueling on the environment and the flower workers on Valentines Day? Support your local flower farmers while enhancing your floral design skills.

Saturday February 11th 4-6pm @ Imagine Nation Brewing Co. Join, Melissa Lafontaine, Owner of Earth Within Flowers, for an informative discussion on Flower Justice and the budding slow-flower movement here in Missoula. We will create a locally-sourced, dried, bouquet that symbolizes love of the environment and our local flower growers. (more…)