City Club Missoula Information


The mission of City Club Missoula is “to inform and inspire citizens on issues vital to the Missoula area Community through public forums that encourage new ideas and a free exchange of thought.” City Club’s monthly forums bring diverse people together on a wide range of topics that affect the community and its well-being. Informative speakers are invited and audience discussion and question and answer periods are included with each forum.

Many communities across the United States host City Clubs; some have been in existence for many years. The goal of City Club Missoula is to foster communication, discourse and creative thought within our community. The slogans used by some existing City Clubs will give you a sense of what City Clubs are all about.

Pleast take a moment to view the following websites:

Tacoma- Inquiring Minds Embracing the Future

Cleveland- A Free Exchange of Thought

Portland- The Conscience of the City

Denver- To inform rather than reform

San Diego- Dialogue of Democracy

Eugene- Where Minds come out to Play- Building Community Vision through Open Inquiry

Monthly Forums

Forums currently take place on a monthly basis, usually the third Friday of the month, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Governor’s Room at the Florence Hotel Building at Higgins and Front Street in downtown Missoula. Lunches are available and non-diners are also invited and welcome. Reservations are highly recommended. City Club Missoula makes every effort to be inclusive and to involve everyone in the community who wants to participate.

Forum Reservations

To make a lunch reservation or for more information, email [email protected] or call the Missoula Cultural Council at 721-9620.


City Club Missoula is inclusive and involves everyone in the community who wants to participate. All forums are open to everyone from the greater Missoula area, not only city residents.


City Club Missoula is currently volunteer-driven. Its programs are planned by a Program Committee, and ideas for future programs should be suggested to any Committee Member(s). For 2005, the Program Committee’s chairs are Dorothy Crocker and Linda Tracy; email [email protected] or call 721-9620 for their contact information.

Executive Committee

2005 Executive Committee members include Abe Abramson, Tom Benson, Germaine Conrad, Dorothy Crocker, Jim Crocker, Russ Fletcher, Mick Holien, Barbara Koostra, Claire Olivier, Linda Tracy and Pat Williams.

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