Hot weather AND snow are in the forecast but no matter what, there are TONS of interesting events for you around the Bozeman area this week. PLUS, two different job fairs!

Tuesday, May 18th: Blood Drive at the Co-op - (908 West Main, Bozeman) Starts at 8:45am and there are still several spots available. You can sign up in advance via THIS LINK.

Wednesday, May 19th: May Job Fair at GVM Convention Center - Gallatin Valley Mall, happening from Noon to 7pm. HUGE job fair including: City of Bozeman HR Dept., CVS Health, Great Northern Metal Company, Harlow's School Bus Service, Hayden Beverage Company, Home Depot, Home Instead, Lone Mountain Ranch, McDonald's of Bozeman and Belgrade, Murdoch's Ranch & Home Supply, OP/TECH USA, Rocky Mountain Contracting, Sage Lodge, Sysco Wholesale Company, The Lark Hotel, TJ MAXX, Total Electric of Livingston, Town & Country Foods, Town Pump, Valcon and more.

Thursday, May 20th: Story Mill Community Park Bird Walks - Happening 8am to 9:30am. Thursdays, May 13th, May 20th, May 27th, and June 3rd. Free, guided bird walks through the Story Mill Community Park, hosted by the City of Bozeman. Please register in advance if possible at the link above.

Thursday, My 20th: Marriott Residence Inn Job Fair - Happening 4pm to 8pm. The job fair will take place at SpringHill Suites since the new hotel is still under construction. (The place of employment is located on east Main Street, across from Lindley Park.) Many full time and part time openings available.

Saturday, May 22nd: Queers & Beers at the Bozeman Taproom - (101 North Rouse, downtown Bozeman) Happening 5pm to 8pm. This is a monthly event that is meant to gather our LGBT+ community.

Saturday, May 22nd: 2021 Spring Recital for Bozeman Dance Academy - Happening at the Belgrade Special Events Center (220 Spooner Road, Belgrade).  Shows at 2pm and 7pm. Tickets may be purchased at the dance studio in advance, during office hours 2:00 – 6:00pm Monday through Thursday or at the door. Cash or check only. No ticket limit until they sell out.

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