The Billings Outpost


Saturday, Sept. 26

is the last day to:

•Register for Cardboard Box City, an Oct. 3 event at Rocky Mountain College that raises awareness of homelessness. Call 294-7432.

Wednesday, Sept. 30

is the last day to:

•See “A Still Life Painting,” the first exhibition of the fall semester at Rocky Mountain College. Five still-life artists and their work are featured: Elliott Eaton, Connie Herberg, Linda Piper, Robert Tompkins and Dana Zier. Tech Hall at RMC.

•See art from the collection of Polly and Donald Lee that includes works by Russell Chatham, John Pollack and Hans Kleiber, plus original abstract paintings by Brownie Snyder in oil and cold wax on Bristol paper. Windy Flats Gallery, 259 Limestone Road in Nye. Call 328-4722 for information.

•Make a dinner reservation for an Oct. 7 Town and Gown presentation by Gary Ferguson, a Red Lodge author who writes about nature and science. His latest book, The Carry Home, tells of wilderness journeys he took as part of the healing he needed after the death of his wife. $25. RSVP by noon to Thompson Painter Law P.C. at 294-4230 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

•Register at no charge for the Yellowstone Elementary School Cross Country Meet on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at Pioneer Park. The event features six one-mile races, arranged by grade and gender. After today, registration costs $10. Go to or call 254-7426. Oct. 5 is the last day to register.

Thursday, October 1

is the last day to:

•Submit entries to the Whitefish Review for the December issue on the theme “Growing Up & Growing Older.” Guest editor is Rick Bass. The Montana Prize for Fiction offers $1,000 to the winning entry. Submit at

Friday, October 2

is the last day to:

•See “Garland: The Town Forgotten,” an exhibit at the Homesteader Museum in Powell, Wyo.

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