Downtown Bozeman MT

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 It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.
-William Shakespeare

*photo credit Adrian Sanchez Gonzalez

This week marks the opening of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks! Today, Wednesday, June 12th at 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM will be the premiere of Henry IV Part I. Grab a blanket or bring a chair and meet us there! Productions are held at the MSU Duck Pond at 11th and Grant.

Can’t make it this Wednesday? Don’t fret! Shows repeat DAILY until June 22nd. Productions this year will be Henry IV Part 1 and The Merry Wives of Windsor.

Traveling around this Summer? Montana Shakespeare in the Parks (MSIP) is a nationally recognized and tours through Montana, Idaho, North Dakota, Washington and Wyoming.

Want to know what makes Montana

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Sixteen more days until Summer, but who's counting?!

With Summer just around the corner, the countdown to funky beats in the streets is on. Of course, we are talking about "Music on Main" in Downtown Bozeman! Dance along to free live music and enjoy a tasty treat every Thursday night for 8 nights. Starting June 27, 2019, at 6:30 pm you can boogie on down between Black and Rouse Avenues on Main Street in Downtown Bozeman.  

Have kiddos? Bring them! Kids can enjoy activities from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm in the Coca Cola “Kid’s Zone” on South Bozeman Avenue featuring Hula Hooping, Bouncy Houses, Pony Rides and more! Live music for all ages starts at 7 pm jamming on until 8:30 pm. Grab a bite to eat from numerous food vendors or take a stroll into one of

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Happy International Cheese Day!


June 4th is International Cheese Day! What better way to celebrate then with a charcuterie board and great company.

What is a charcuterie board you ask?

This amazing board is packed with cured meats, a variety of cheeses, veggies, nuts, olives, dried fruits, crackers, bread and more! You can get as creative as you want, that's the beauty.

How to make a delicious, crowd pleasing, charcuterie board?

1) Grab a giant cutting board or platter
2) Fill the board with cured meats, cheeses, vegetables, breads, fruit, crackers and whatever your heart desires
3) Add some infused dipping oils, jams and spreads in little dishes to pair with your delicious contents
4) Grab some good company and a great bottle of local wine

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For the second year in a row, Bozeman has been ranked the #1 best city for economy strength in its size category according to POLICOM. 

POLICOM is an independent economic analysis firm that ranks areas by their economic strength. The determining factors include many things such as the rate of growth, consistency of size, and quality of life / standard of living for residents. 

This firm looks at 2 size categories; the first being a metropolitan area of 50,000 people or more and the second being a micropolitan area of at least 10,000 people but fewer than 50,000 people. Bozeman is classified as a 'Micropolitan area 'and was ranked #1 out of 551 total areas nationwide.

Bozeman's ranking encourages people to ask what we are doing differently

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Tomorrow afternoon, December 1st, Bozeman's annual 38th Christmas stroll will kick-off the holiday season. Head down to downtown Bozeman between 4:30-7:30 PM for food, activities, and fun!

"Bring the whole family to ride on the hay wagons, get your picture taken with Santa Claus, watch the lighting ceremony of the downtown decorations, check out the gingerbread house contest display, sing Christmas carols, grab a bite to eat from one of over 40 non-profit food vendors or do some Christmas gift shopping." Follow the link below for a full list of activities, sponsors, and more. 

For more information, CLICK HERE.
*All information provided by the Downtown Bozeman Association*

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Historic Homes with Character

Love viewing historic homes that hit the market? You've come to the right spot. *This list will update with new listings that hit the market in downtown Bozeman. Interested seeing one of these homes in person?
Simply contact Realtor, Marisa Owen at (925) 785-2596 or email me at Happy Home Shopping! 


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Have you been wondering what local Halloween events are going on this year? Check out our list to find out!


More information about all events can be found by CLICKING HERE

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Why travel outside the U.S. on your next vacation, when you can save time and money and have the vacation of a lifetime in one of the coolest small towns in America? 

These top 25 towns offer great restaurants, fun events, museums, etc. that make any vacation (or lifestyle) great. Often times these amenities are available along with easy access to nature experiences that are tough to beat.

Across the U.S., these 25 towns all have populations under 100,000 residents, incredible views and scenery, and some of the coolest adventures for people of all ages and interests. Whether you are looking for a new hometown, a weekend getaway excursion, or a place to escape to for the week, these towns are a must see for everyone.

1. Sitka, AK


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Crazy Days are just around the corner! See below for details...

This Friday, July 20th and Saturday, July 21st head on down to downtown Bozeman for great deals, sales, prizes and more. Over 100 merchants will flock to the sidewalks with crazy deals on their spring and summertime merch. The event is 100% free to the public and will run no matter what crazy Montana weather throws at us.

For more information, you can contact the Downtown Bozeman Association at (406) 586-4008. 

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The State Fair is in town! This year, the Big Sky Country State Fair will run from Wednesday, July 18th through Sunday, July 22nd, 2018.

The fair will feature entertainment such as Randy Houser and Everclear.

2018 events include Wife Carrying Championships, Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls, Turkey Races, Grizzly Experiences, Lumberjack Shows, Workshops, Hypnotists, and more. There is even a small petting zoo for the kids!

On-site Admission Prices

Adults | $10
Youth 6-12 | $3
Kids 5 & under | Free
Seniors 62+ | $6
Credit Cards/Cash Accepted - No Checks. ATMs on-site.

A Gate
Wednesday, July 18 - Saturday, July 21: Noon- 11 pm
Sunday, July 22: Noon - 8 pm

B Gate
Wednesday, July 18 - Friday, July 20: 7 am - 11 pm
Saturday, July 21: 8 am - 11 pm

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