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Things To Do

The good folks over at Pulse Great Falls sent an e-mail reminder of the things going on in town over the next few days; here’s a sample: Continue reading

Bluegrass On The Bay

If you want to attend the Bluegrass On The Bay festival on Friday (July 11th), you might be able to get in for free in exchange for an hour or two of work:

As many of you know, Friday is Bluegrass on the Bay, and their organizing committee is looking for volunteers be gate counters, ticket sellers, and beer sellers. The shifts are approximately an hour and provide you with a free pass into the event, which would otherwise cost $25. If you are interested, contact Tom Figarelle @ 788-1756 or at Thomas.figarelle@msugf.edu.

Not a bad deal!

Things To Do

The folks over at Pulse Great Falls sent an e-mail with a list of activities and fun stuff coming up around town; here’s some of the weekend events:

Thursday July 3
5:00 pm Alive @ 5, Gibson Park (music by the Slip Tones)
8:00 pm “July 4th Eve” Cocktail Party, 1500 2nd Ave N

Friday July 4
11:00 am 4th of July Blast, Black Eagle Park
11:00 am 4th of July Parade, Downtown Great Falls
7:00 pm Great Falls Voyagers vs. Missoula, Centene Stadium
7:00 pm Lewis & Clark Center presentation “War of 1812″
7:30 pm Fireball Racing, Electric City Speedway
10:15 pm Community Fireworks Display, West Bank Park

Saturday July 5
7:45 am Great Falls Farmers Market, Whittier Park near Civic Center
8:00 am Belt Celebration (details, anyone?)
7:00 pm Great Falls Voyagers vs. Missoula, Centene Stadium
7:00 pm Lewis & Clark Center presents “Indian Voices”
7:30 pm Fireball Racing, Electric City Speedway

And civic leader and all-around good guy Tim Austin does a great job of keeping track of all sorts of events going on in Great Falls!

Great Falls Highlights

OK, gang, time to put on your thinking caps and put our collective best foot forward! I got an e-mail from a nice guy who lives in Canada; he loves Great Falls and will be visiting in late July with his fiancee, and wants her to love our community as much as he does! Continue reading

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