Details for September 2019 Hotel Wrap

www.downtownbillings.com Downtown calenDar of events September 2019 ALbertA bAIr tHeAter take the 27th Street Exit from I-90 Date & Time: 10 a.m., Sept. 14 The show must go on. The ABT will go dark while renovations occur but will continue to present performing arts at the Lincoln Center, Petro Theatre and Babcock Theatre. For more information visit albertabairtheater.org. Art HOUSe CINemA & pUb To view movie showings at Art House Cinema & Pub, visit arthousebillings.com. bILLINGS pUbLIC LIbrArY To view classes and seminars at Billings Public Library, visit billingslibrary.org. bILLINGS SYmpHONY OrCHeStrA & CHOrALe A 1920’s Evening American composer/pianist Conrad Tao brings the roaring 20s to Billings with the jazz-inspired melodies from Gershwin’s “An American in Paris,” and Ravel’s “Piano Concerto in G Minor.” Date & Time: Sept. 21, 7:30 p.m. Location: Lincoln Center Tickets: Call Billings Symphony Orchestra & Chorale (406) 252-3610 in DOWNTOWN BILLINGS paying adult); call (406) 256-6809 or see ywhc.org for more details. YeLLOWStONe Art mUSeUm EVENTS & CLASSES Yoga at the YAM If you have always wanted to try yoga, this is a great class for beginners. Join instructor, YungBen as he leads a restorative class that helps participants join breath, body and mind together. Walk-ins welcome. Date & Time: Sept. 7, 9–10 a.m. Location: Yellowstone Art Museum Tickets: $10 members, $15 non-members; call YAM at (406) 256-6804 or see artmuseum.org for more information. NOVA CeNter FOr tHe perFOrmING ArtS Noon YAM Yoga Flow To view upcoming events, visit novabillings.org. Desk jobs wreak havoc on your body. Spend your lunch break with yoga tHe pUb StAtION instructor, YungBen for a 45 minute flow class. To view events at The Pub Station, visit 1111presents.com. •shopping •lodging •dining •entertainment •exploring •arts & culture Location: Western Heritage Center Tickets: $10 for adults, $5 for students, children (under 12) are free (up to 2 per Date & Time: Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24, noon to 12:45 p.m. First Interstate Arena at MetraPark Location: Yellowstone Art Museum Home Improvement Show Tickets: $10 YAM Members (and their guests), $15 not-yet-members. Call YAM If you own a home or are looking to buy one, the Home Improvement show is for you. Learn about indoor and outdoor products for your home and advice from experts about price, technique and products. The show is free to the public. Date & Time: Sept. 6-8, times vary Location: Expo Center Tickets: Call (406) 256-2400 or visit metrapark.com Spay & Neuter Clinic Bring your furry companion down for the annual Spay & Neuter Clinic. For more information call the Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter at (406) 294-7387 for information and to make an appointment. Date & Time: Sept. 14-15, times vary Location: Montana Pavilion Tickets: Call (406) 256-2400 or visit metrapark.com Cole’s Pantry Annual Benefit Dinner, dance and auction will be held to raise money for needy children in rural Montana. Date & Time: Sept. 14, 5 p.m. Location: Montana Pavilion Tickets: Call (406) 256-2400 or visit metrapark.com at (406) 256-6804 or see artmuseum.org for more information. First Friday Downtown businesses come together from 5-8 p.m., to offer specials on food and drinks, merchandise and gallery events. Date & Time: Sept. 6, from 5-9 p.m. Location: Yellowstone Art Museum Tickets: Call YAM at (406) 256-6804 or see artmuseum.org for more information. Yellowstone Bridal Fair You’re engaged – now what? Professional photographers, wedding planners, and venue location representatives will be at this year’s bridal fair to offer advice and answer questions. Date & Time: Sept. 8, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Location: Yellowstone Art Museum WeSterN HerItAGe CeNter Tickets: Call YAM at (406) 256-6804 or see artmuseum.org for more information. High Noon Lectures Me and Martha: Intimate Reflections of Dora DuFran about the Real Life of Calamity Jane. North x Northwest Awards Reception Date & Time: Sept. 19, noon Location: Western Heritage Center Tickets: Call (406) 256-6809 or see ywhc.org The votes have been tallied and the winners will be announced for People’s Choice, Juror’s Choice and Purchase Awards at the YAM’s first annual juried art exhibition. Date & Time: Sept. 12, 5:30-9 p.m. Location: Yellowstone Art Museum Exhibits Charles H. Barstow Collection of Crow and Gros Ventre Tickets: Call YAM at (406) 256-6804 or see artmuseum.org for more information. Indian Ledger Art EXHIBITS From wedding ceremonies to battle scenes, the drawings by Crow Indian leadership depict the beauty and sorrow during the late 1800s. North by Northwest Juried Art Show Date & Time: through Sept. 21 Location: Western Heritage Center Tickets: Call (406) 256-6809 or see ywhc.org If you are an artist, age 18 and over specializing in painting, drawing, graphic arts, collage, sculpture, photography or mixed media, the Yellowstone Art The Friends of Ben Art Show: Celebrating the Influence Museum is taking submissions for the North by Northwest Juried Show. of Ben Steele Date & Time: through Oct. 10 Honoring the man that touched so many, the exhibit is a reflection of Steele’s influence on his students, friends and family. Date & Time: through Sept. 21 Location: Western Heritage Center Tickets: Call (406) 256-6809 or see ywhc.org Tickets: Call YAM at (406) 256-6804 or see artmuseum.org for more information. Please Don’t Feed the Bears: Close Encounters with Yellowstone Wildlife A collection of photographed landscapes capturing the beauty and intricacy of Location: Yellowstone Art Museum Clyde Butcher: America the Beautiful This exhibit tells visitors how to love bears from a safe distance. Date & Time: through Dec.28 Location: Western Heritage Center Tickets: Call (406) 256-6809 or see ywhc.org Montana’s national parks will be on exhibition. Historic Walking Tours Tickets: Call YAM at (406) 256-6804 or see artmuseum.org for more information. Date & Time: through Sept. 13 Location: Yellowstone Art Museum Historic Moss Mansion Neighborhood Learn about the historic architectural homes of Clark and Yellowstone Avenues, where some of the most well-known Billings figures once lived. Meet at the corner of Division Street and Clark Avenue. Date & Time: Sept. 26, 6 p.m. Location: Western Heritage Center Tickets: $10 for adults, $5 for students, children (under 12) are free (up to 2 per paying adult); call (406) 256-6809 or see ywhc.org for more details. Hidden in Plain Sight The Thing Itself The permanent collection focuses on art made from “the things of the world.” The work varies from sculptures, collages and mixed media, as objects are repurposed for symbolic significance. Date & Time: ongoing Location: Yellowstone Art Museum Local historian, Joyce Jensen takes tours through downtown, showing all of the agricultural gems to be seen and the history behind the buildings. Date & Time: 10 a.m., Sept. 6 & 20 Location: Western Heritage Center Tickets: $10 for adults, $5 for students, children (under 12) are free (up to 2 per paying adult); call (406) 256-6809 or see ywhc.org for more details. Tickets: Call YAM at (406) 256-6804 or see artmuseum.org for more information. Grave Side Stories – A Walk Through Mountview Cemetery the Yellowstone Art Museum. It may sound creepy but cemeteries hold a lot of city’s history. Tour Mountview cemetery located on Central Avenue, which is Billings first cemetery, including the historic mausoleum. Meet at Mountview Cemetery, off of Central Avenue. Call 256-6809 for directions. Will James Rides Again Holding the largest collection of art by Will James, the American West lives on through the legacy of the man whose illustrations remain a steadfast favorite at Date & Time: ongoing Location: Yellowstone Art Museum Tickets: Call YAM at (406) 256-6804 or see artmuseum.org for more information. 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