There's lots to do this week in the Bozeman area and you DON'T have to spend time at a bar to enjoy them. (We'll get to the bar stuff later :-)

Thursday, February 17th: The Bozeman Doc Series presents The Velvet Queen at the Emerson Center for Arts and Culture - Happening at 7pm. "Renowned nature photographer Vincent Munier guides writer Sylvain Tesson on a quest to document the infamously elusive snow leopard." Tickets available at the link above. (This screening was originally scheduled for January 20th, but was postponed due to rising Covid cases.)

Friday, February 18th: Music Circle with Cody at the Emerson - KIDS EVENT - Happening 10am to 10:45am. Tickets available at the link above. "40 minutes of sing-along fun for kids age 5 and under and their caregivers. Dancing, simple instruments, rhythms and songs everyone loves."

Friday, February 18th: Gypsy Jazz Night at The Ellen Theatre in Bozeman - (17 West Main, downtown Bozeman) Show starts at 7:30pm. There will be room to dance! "Cottonwood Club is thrilled to play this event with some of the finest hot club musicians in the world, Tim Kliphuis on violin and Jimmy Grant on Guitar." Tickets at the link above.

Friday, February 18th - Saturday, February 19th: Little Red Truck's VINTAGE Market at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds - Expect 65 antique and artisan vendors at this two day event. "Early Bird Night Friday, February 18th 5pm-8pm. This $10 ticket give you first choice on our vendors one-of -a-kind goods PLUS it gets you in again free on Saturday. OR Saturday, February 19th 10am-4pm $5 for the one day.

Friday, February 18th - Sunday, February 20th: Model Railroad Display at the Gallatin Valley Mall - on display during normal Mall hours. MTNTRAK will have an N scale model railroad display on the Macy's court at the Gallatin Valley Mall. Learn more about MTNTRAK at the link above.

Friday, February 18th - Monday, February 21st: Winter Crazy Days in Downtown Bozeman - This fun shopping event happens all weekend long in downtown, including Monday. Hours vary store by store. Dozens of downtown merchants clear out their winter inventories with huge discounts. Bars and restaurants usually have special deals too.

Downtown Crazy Days

Saturday, February 19th: Rediscovering Wonderland: The Expedition That Launched Yellowstone National Park - ONLINE EVENT - Author M. Mark Miller will share Yellowstone history starting at 10am on this Zoom event. Register at the link above.

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