Looks like the weather is going to be beautiful this weekend, with highs in the 80's all weekend long. If you're going to be out and about, here's some fun stuff to check out.

 

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    National Trails Day at Gallatin County Regional Park

    June 3rd from 8:30 a.m. to noon, a bunch of outdoor-loving folk will gather to help maintain trails in Gallatin Regional Park.

    Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., work crews will head out around 9 a.m., and projects wrap up with a free lunch at noon. Take sunscreen, water, layers for weather, sturdy shoes, hat and gloves. GVLT will have some tools but additional shovels, rakes, and wheelbarrows will be helpful. Please make sure to labels any tools you bring from home.

    Visit www.gvlt.org for more information.

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    Fly Fishing 101 Class

    Bozeman Angler is hosting a Fly Fishing 101 Class on Saturday. The class will cover the basics of fly fishing to help you find success during your next outing on the water. They will be covering rod setup, fly selection, knot tying, where to find fish, fly casting, and more during the class. You’ll start in the classroom, and spend the afternoon learning how to cast at a local park. Cost is $125/person and classes are limited to only 5 students to ensure a great instructor to student ratio. The class is offered once a month, June-September.

    While there is no actual fishing during this class, it keeps the focus on learning. Many students end up going on a guided trip after the class to get out on the river and put their new skills to use. Class starts at 9:00 a.m.

    Call 587-9111 to sign up, or click here for more information.

     

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    Free Family Movie at the Ellen

    Could there be any more beautiful place to view a movie from than The Ellen Theatre? A mountain top, maybe? Too cold.

    The Ellen Theatre is having movie nights in June, and this first one on Saturday is free. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968, Rated G) at 7 p.m. You don’t need a ticket,  just show up! You’ll be outta there by 9:30.

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