In conjunction with 30 days of Innovation, Hellgate Venture Network Presents: Innovation Factory.
Thursday November 14th, 4:30-6:30
Missoula Economic Partnership
500 N Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT 59802
What we do:
Our format is simple; we host monthly events. 30 minutes of networking. 10 minutes of learning what another company is up to and some Q&A. After that back to hanging out and having an engaging conversation. While we don’t know half of what people contribute and take from our community we have heard of jobs being found, businesses launched, relationships started and other forms of collaboration. Come join us and bring a friend. There is no fee, no membership due, no advertising. Just sign up below so you get notice of our upcoming meetings. We look forward to seeing you.
For more information about 30 days of Innovation please visit https://www.umt.edu/innovation-factory/calendar.php
Part poetry, part lamentation, part book reading, part ribaldry, part concert, part lifting the mortal veil and learning the mysteries there…that’s what’s in store. Stephen and Gregory are joined on this tour by keyboard/vocalist Lisa Hodgson, bass/vocalist Colleen Hodgson, and drummer Adam Bowman.
Concerts for Turbulent Times they surely are. We aren’t poets – we wouldn’t claim that – but the evenings are poetic. They are musical and grave and raucous and stilling, which probably means they are theatrical. They are ceremonial, you could say. They are nights devoted to the ragged mysteries of being human, and so grief and endings of all kinds appear.
The National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) is coming to Bozeman March 26-28, 2020. The University of Montana (which hosted NCUR in 2000 and 2010) is ramping up to ensure an especially strong showing for our students and programs; this represents a unique opportunity to bring our students and their research to the national stage right here in Montana!
Bring your draft abstract to a workshop with experts from the Mansfield Library, the Writing and Public Speaking Center, and the Davidson Honors College for advice on writing and revising your abstract before you submit to NCUR.
Brimming with some of Shakespeare’s most poetic and beloved language as well as multiple earnest love stories and affecting themes of identity, time, and healing from loss, Twelfth Night more than deserves its recognition as the Bard’s most popular comedy. The play’s title references the end of the Christmas season, which was often celebrated with a temporary suspension of rules and social orders. Masters and servants, wise and foolish, men and women all overturn convention in the course of this warm, witty, wonderful production.
November 13-16 & 20-23 & 30 @ 7:30pm
November 17 & 24 @ 2pm
December 1 @ 2pm
General Public | $20
Seniors (60+) | $16
Students (with any student ID) | $12
Children (12 and under) | $10
Box Office Hours
Tues – Fri, 12pm – 5pm
(As well as 1 hour before performances.)
Phone: (406) 243-4581