Women and Nonbinary Comedy Workshop on February 25th

A monthly workshop for women & non-binary folk: a space to learn about comedy and stand-up! Whether you want to try stand-up, improve your humor writing, or sharpen up water cooler banter!

All those who participate in the workshop have priority to sign up for the following stand-up comedy open mic at The Eagles. Try your own 5 minutes or stay and listen! This event is on February 25th from 6 to 7 pm. Open mic begins at 8 pm. Find out more here!

 Free Natural Energy Event: Identify Your Natural Energy and Learn How Your Body Informs You

Event Announcement from BPW Member Susan Fisher:

Are you looking for an opportunity to tap into your natural talents and energy?  Come find out your Natural Energy!  We hope you’ll join us at one of our free energy identification evenings.  Make a night out of it and bring a friend!
9 Energies Free Natural Energy Identification Events
Dates: 2/13, 2/28, 3/13, 3/27 from 7:00pm-8:30pm
Location:
9 Energies Center
301 Evergreen Dr, suite 201
Bozeman, MT 59715

Each event begins with an overview of 9 Energies and the skills and gifts of each of the 9 Natural Energies. Then we work with each person who would like to have their Natural Energy identified. We will then end with more information on each Natural Energy.Our Identification Events are free for first time participants. For returning participants we appreciate donations to help support our teaching and research expenses. You can either donate at the event or when you register.

Come dressed comfortably, minimal makeup and completely sober please.

Each date has its own registration page which can be found on the
9 Energies Calendar

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Join us for free marketing help!

Join Karoline Rose of KRose Marketing for a free marketing advice and brainstorming session! Your chance to pick the brain of a small business marketing specialist and entrepreneur for free!

All questions are fair game! Life, business, marketing on Facebook, email, Pinterest, Instagram, etc. You have the questions, and I have the answers.

Bring your laptop, grab your favorite hot drink, and let’s chat!

RSVP on Facebook at www.facebook.com/events/436247420531562/

 Didn’t Get to Attend Candidate Forums? Listen to Recordings Here!

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

 

 

 MSU Celebrates Indigenous People’s Day

An announcement from Marsha Small, Tististas (Northern Cheyenne), M.A., Native American Studies:

Join us in our Round Dance and Celebration of All Indigenous Peoples. Let us Celebrate Each Other!

Indigenous Peoples Day Round Dance and Celebration

Montana State University

Bozeman, Montana

October 8, 2018

Location:  South of Montana Hall 

Time of Event: 11:45: a.m.-1:00 p.m.  

Activities Agenda:

FREE CHILI FEED STARTS AT 11:45 A.M.

12:00-12:05 p.m.-Marsha Small-Recognition of IPD team and sponsors. Introduction of Dr. Walter Fleming, Master of Ceremonies

12:10 p.m. -12:20 p.m.-Bozeman Mayor Cyndy Andrus will speak about Bozeman’s recognition of IPD

12:25-12:45- MSU President Dr. Waded Cruzado will speak about MSU’s Celebration of IPD

12:45-1:00-Round Dance 

 

*On October 10th:

Location: Procrastinator Theatre

Time of Event:  doors opening at 6:00, event starting at 6:30, lasting to 7:30 p.m.

Our Indigenous Day speaker will be Dr. Elisabeth Utsi Gaup, Applied Sciences, from Satmi (Norway).

 

*We will also have IPD speakers Wilmot Collins, Mayor of Helena, and Loren Bird Rattler, Director of the Agricultural Resource Management Plan of the Piikuni Nation, respectively, at the Museum of the Rockies on October 18 and 25th, 2018, starting at 6:00 p.m. and ending at 7:15 p.m. Light Refreshments will be served.

 

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