Missoula invites community to participate in public summit Thursday and Friday, Oct. 27-28, on the University of Montana campus

UC Theater University of Montana 32 Campus Dr, Missoula, MT

This inaugural summit will bring together a wide range of organizations, city and county offices, neighborhoods, health and education leaders, and other groups. Summit participants will explore opportunities for creating a cohesive and holistic community approach to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion for all.

Cornhole for Code Girls Fundraiser – 11/5 – Kalispell, Montana

Gateway Community Center, 1203 Hwy 2, Kalispell, MT 59901 1203 HWY 2 West, Kalispell, MT

Eat, Drink & Play for a team of 2 - $100 Entry
50/50 Split Jackpot raffle starting at $1000
Free Childcare with crafts and food for kids
Live music with Eric Alan and an optional costume contest


MSU to host panel discussion with indigenous entrepreneurs- Nov. 10 – Museum of the Rockies

Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy Blvd, Bozeman, MT

“Entrepreneurship in Montana: A Native Perspective” will include panelists John Pepion, Brocade Stops Black Eagle, Cedar Bulltail and Stefanie Kujaczynski. The event is hosted by MSU’s chapter of the American Indigenous Business Leaders, a national student group dedicated to engaging business students in hands-on business experiences beyond the classroom.

Live Animal Event at American Prairie’s National Discover Center – 11/12 – Lewistown, Montana

the American Prairie National Discovery Center 302 W. Main Street, Lewistown, MT

American Prairie is pleased to announce an upcoming event in partnership with ZooMontana at the National Discovery Center in Lewistown. On Saturday, November 12 from 10am to 2pm, educational staff from ZooMontana in Billings will be bringing a number of live animals to Lewistown as part of the National Discovery Center’s ongoing program, “ECO-Critters."

This is the third time ZooMontana and American Prairie have teamed up for “ECO-Critters. Animals visiting on November 12 include a plains hognose snake named Wilbur, an eastern screech owl named Scout, and some Vietnamese walking sticks.

MEDA Fall 2022 Conference – Mon, Nov 14-16 – Great Falls, MT, USA

The Newberry | Great Falls 420 Central Ave, Great Falls, MT

Please Join Us at The Newberry in Great Falls this November to learn about local and national trends impacting economic development. Hot topics include housing, workforce, business, and talent attraction. Benefit from networking and professional development opportunities.