City Club Missoula – Issues and Challenges with Bridge Infrastructure in Missoula – 2/12 – Doubletree – Missoula

Doubletree Missoula 100 Madison St, Missoula, MT, United States

In the last year, over 25 bridges in Montana have been forced to close over a lack of appropriate funding. The Maclay Avenue bridge is the latest to close and has impacted many Missoulians. Please join us for a discussion with Shane Stack of Missoula County Public Works, and a representative of the Montana Department of Transportation (TBD) who will outline the issues surrounding infrastructure funding, maintenance, and development. The forum will be moderated by Rob Cheney of the Missoulian.

Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority Monthly Board Meeting

Online MT, United States

Monthly Board Meetings (and all meetings) are open to the public and we welcome all to attend and participate. This month's guest speaker will be Jim Mathews, President of The Rail Passenger's Association, a national organization that serves as a voice for the more than 40 million rail passengers in the US.


Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority Monthly Board Meeting

Virtual MT, United States

Monthly Board meetings take place on the second Wednesday of every month from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Guest speakers join us on topics of interest and each committee provides an update on its efforts to restore/revitalize passenger rail to Southern Montana and beyond. Please join us, everyone is welcome. All meetings are virtual and recorded.


Hellgate Venture Network – 2/15 – Missoula

The Sidecar 225 W Front St, Missoula, MT, United States

Kristen Che presents "invi"

"Networking for the Missoula area start-up and small business community offering peer support for current and aspiring entrepreneurs."

Leadership Montana Webinar: Higher Education’s Demographic Cliff  – 2/21 – Online

Online Webinar

What’s the higher education demographic cliff? It can be described as "the number of traditional college-aged students will peak in 2025 and then decline dramatically for several years" (Inside HigherEd). Matched with a decline in demand from those students to enter into higher education, many higher education institutions are facing this currently or preparing for it.