Due to low vendor participation, the Art & Soul Festival, scheduled for June 21 in downtown Billings, has been canceled.
Sonja Roy reads tarot cards at Barjon’s with an emphasis on the positive. She expects a busy day of readings at the downtown bookstore on Feb. 14.
Barjon’s Books, the Limber Tree Yoga Studio, Good Earth Market and Montana State University Billings are hosting a weeklong program presented Sept. 24-27 by the Tibetan Children’s Education Foundation.
Christopher Paolini, shown in his Paradise Valley home in 2008, is the grand marshal for this year’s holiday parade in Billings. He’ll also be on hand at Barjon’s Books as part of a Montana swing to say thank you to the fans and supporters who helped launch his career with his first novel, “…
To hear its organizers tell it, everybody who attended or took part in Saturday’s 2011 Art & Soul Festival came out on top.
Lama Penjo Bhutia works on a butter sculpture during a demonstration at Barjon's Books on Saturday. A small crowd enjoyed watching the Tibetan monk as he worked.
Lama Penjo Bhutia smiles as he talks about butter sculpture during a demonstration at Barjon’s Books on Saturday.
Lama Penjo Bhutia works on a butter sculpture during a demonstration at Barjon’s Books on Saturday. The event, plus a fundraising dinner after, helped raise money for the Helena-based Tibetan Children’s Educational Foundation.
Lama Paljor, a monk from Sikkim, India, works on a butter sculpture. He will demonstrate techniques of the centuries-old art Saturday, Oct. 15, at Barjon’s Books.
Barjon's is organizing an interfaith prayer session on Saturday at Two Moon Park to promote healing for the river and its banks and the wildlife, plants and people affected by the recent oil spill.
This may be the closest many of us will get to Tibet. A Tibetan monk, who has served under the Dalai Lama, is coming to Billings to build a sand mandala starting Thursday at Barjon's Books, 223 N. 29th St.