Bozeman BPW was a long time sponsor of this annual workshop for middle school girls encouraging them to take math and science to have more career opportunities. Several of our members in the past were presenters and Pat Simmons was a previous Chair of the organization. Here is a link to an article that they are seeking presenters with a due date of January 18.
Use the link below for more information:
Last week, in partnership with the Bozeman Public Library and the League of Women Voters, BPW wrapped up the end of our series of 4 public candidate forums for our local House District races, Gallatin County Commission, a Ballot Issues forum, and the Montana Senate race.
If you were unable to attend the forums but are still curious about the candidates’ stances on important issues for our community and would like to learn more about them before you turn in your ballot (election day is Nov. 6!), you can listen to recordings of the forums here:
Thank you to KGVM community radio for recording these forums, and for your dedication to providing the Gallatin Valley with pertinent local news!
Gallatin County Commission and Montana Senate District 32 & 34 Candidate Forum
Forum on Upcoming Ballot Initiatives
House Candidate Forum for Districts 61, 63, & 65
Candidate Forum – House Districts 64, 67, 68
DATE: Monday, July 2
CEDAW has a mission to advance the human rights of all women and girls. In support of this mission, Map Brewery will donate $ .50 from e
ach pint purchased at the CEDAW Pint Night to HAVEN
WITH: Live music with MAJOR MINOR from 5:30- 7:30 PM!
Major Minor is an acoustic ensemble composed of musicians Carolyn Plumb, Barrie Russac and Kate Ciari. The trio plays music with a focus on vocal harmonies accompanied by guitar, accordion, piano, and percussion. The group covers a variety of genres with a mixture of classic rock era tunes, jazz, blues and hot new songs.
AND: A FUN & FEISTY RAFFLE with Prizes – Proceeds from the RAFFLE will go to help defray expenses for the ongoing Bozeman Cities for CEDAW campaign.