I always love when summer is here and school ends until fall. My kids love it too. There is always so much anticipation as to what the summer will bring. Where will we go on vacation? Who will we see? What exciting things will happen?
As we Missoulians know, there is no place like Montana in the summer. The weather is amazing and there is so much to do. It’s one of the best places to live and enjoy the outdoors. If you’re looking for a few ways to enjoy this summer, then here’s a list of things to make sure you do before fall hits.
Are you and your family a family of buglers? Do you spend quality family time trying to see who can make the best elk call? If so, then you will want to head down to Sportsman’s Warehouse on Friday and Saturday, July 19 and July 20. This event is for aspiring buglers and elk lovers too.
There are so many things to do with your day off this Fourth of July that it can be hard to decide what to choose. To help pick what to do with your extra day off, we’ve compiled a list of fun things and events to do this Independence Day. There is a little something for everyone, from movies and food, to beer and fireworks.
If you are like pretty much everyone in America, you will be spending the fourth with family and/or friends. It’s just one of those holidays that screams backyard get-together. I myself will be enjoying a fun-filled fourth with the ones I love and am planning on bringing a couple of these delicious ideas for the party
With the last days of school upon us, we are all looking for ways to show our children’s teachers how much we appreciate all the hard work they’ve done this past year. I know we can never possibly hope to repay these teachers for everything they do, but even a little gesture of gratitude is greatly appreciated.
What would you do if your favorite bar was on wheels? What if your favorite bar was environmentally friendly and could take you to other bars? Well, in places like Minneapolis, Nashville and San Diego, this is a reality.
The most important thing to take into consideration when helping your teen hunt for a summer job is finding a job that fits them. If your teen is a clean freak, you may want to steer him or her away from a job in landscaping. However, if your teen loves the sun and the water, a lifeguard job might just be right up his or her alley. Keeping these things in mind, I’ve compiled a list of some of the best summer jobs for teens in and around Missoula.
Most of us 30 somethings grew up with the soothing, mild-mannered, sweater-loving man named Mr. Rogers. Every kid dreamed of being his neighbor. He loved helping children learn while having fun in a calm and relaxed environment.
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