The Yellowstone County Museum, at 1950 Terminal Circle near the airport, is opening the trick-shooting exhibit "A Shot Above the Rest" on Friday, Feb. 2, from 6 to 9 p.m.
Attendees can enjoy drinks and hors d'oeuvres while taking in the trick-shooting exhibit, which shows the unique bullet art of trick shooter and Billings resident Tom Frye. Many locals have watched his shooting exhibitions, where he used bullets to "draw" a picture one shot at a time. Over a dozen unique silhouettes will be on display at YCM featuring Western images, animals, and his trademark Indianhead.
Also featured on Feb. 2 is a talk by Tim Price, who featured Frye in his new book, "Shooting for the Record: Ad Toepperwein, Tom Frye, and Sharpshooting's Forgotten Controversy." It is available for purchase in museum gift shop.
The Yellowstone County Museum is located across from Logan International Airport. Free parking is available at the museum and the airport's short-term lot.