One of the best events in the city is back and it kicks off tomorrow over at the Gallatin Valley Fairgrounds.

Of course, we're talking about Garagarama, the annual event which is put on by the Optimist Club of Bozeman.  Garagarama is a huge event and will occupy 3 different buildings, and with over 70 vendors, you will no doubt find something that you want to take home.

Plus, there is a silent auction that will be taking place and you can bid online.

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Garagarama is a one-day-only event and takes place tomorrow, April 1st.  Shopping hours are from 8 am to 3 pm, however, doors will open at 7:30 for a Pancake Breakfast. (you need your energy to do all of that shopping). Admission is two dollars per person or 5 dollars per family, and there will be lunch options available for purchase as well.

The Optimist Club of Bozeman helps out many different groups throughout Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley and proceeds from the sale will help different groups such as Thrive and Family Promise.

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The Optimist Club has been helping the youth of the area since 1947 and has many different programs such as the Warm Clothes Program for Kids, the Optimist Adventure Club, Sports Equipment Scholarships, and the Youth Fishing Derby. Plus the Optimists help out different organizations around the area as well.

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If you would like more information about the Club or Garagarama, you can check out The Optimist Club of Bozeman's Facebook page, or you can go to their website by clicking here. Once again, Garagarama happens tomorrow at the Gallatin Country Fairgrounds and goes from 8 am to 3 pm.

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