We often hear how important it is to savor those little moments.
Revelers can start toasting 2015 as early as noon Wednesday and finish with fireworks at midnight in downtown Billings.
The Twelfth Night Crawfish Boil will be celebrated on Jan. 9 this year.
Dress like Maggie Smith’s dowager countess character from “Downton Abbey” at a tea party to celebrate the return of the popular BBC series Saturday at the Billings Public Library.
Things just got merrier over at the Friendship House for Christian Service.
When 7,000 people showed up last year for the Downtown Countdown New Year’s Eve party under Skypoint, it was a surprise for organizers who expected maybe 1,000.
The national touring concert “Classical Mystery Tour” will help Billings ring in 2015 at the Alberta Bair Theater on Dec. 31 at 8 p.m.
The Montana State University Billings guest writer class, scheduled for spring semester, will feature screenwriter Virginia Spragg and Montana Poet Laureate and MSU B English professor Tami Haaland.
The Billings Gazette and Arts Without Boundaries are recognizing outstanding high school seniors in the Billings area for their contributions to the arts. Over the next few months, Enjoy is featuring high school seniors who are recipients of a $100 scholarship awarded by Arts Without Boundar…
The Montana State University Billings Library announces a call for entries for its 2015 quilt show.
ZooMontana will hold its first Noon Year’s Eve Celebration to welcome in the “Zoo” year on Dec. 31.
Bellissimo is presenting its 30th annual Christmas concert Sunday at 2:30 and 4:30 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2800 Fourth Ave. N.
Turns out, Billings is a funny town.
Sunday, Dec. 21, 12 noon: A teen pianist performs Prokofiev’s Toccata, a young violinist plays a piece written for her by her father, and a soprano is joined by Christopher O’Riley on From the Top.
Trombonist John Roberts will perform at the third and final Advent Recital this season on Friday at American Lutheran church, 5 Lewis Ave.
Half of the 100 tickets available are already gone to the TEDxBillings 2015 event set for Saturday, Jan. 10, at the Billings Public Library.
The Billings Symphony Orchestra & Chorale is performing a festive holiday show on Saturday at the Alberta Bair Theater with Broadway star Doug LaBrecque.
“Bad News. Good News,” a Christmas concert with actors and visuals, will be presented Sunday at 3 p.m. at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, 180 24th St. West.
Musicians Kojiro Umezaki, Cristina Pato and Shane Shanahan, all members of cellist Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble, will perform a benefit concert at the Yellowstone Art Museum on Sunday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Get ready to toast the Montana Brewing Co.'s 20th anniversary at 6 p.m. on Thursday.
This past Friday evening I was treated to an enchanting Candlelight Tour at the Moss Mansion. It was so enjoyable that I decided it will be an annual holiday tradition.