Spring Events

Resilience: An Exhibition of Strength and Reverence

April 12 - June 2, 2018

Resilience: An Exhibition of Strength and Reverence will be on display at the Hockaday Museum of Art from April 12 through June 2, 2018. This Creative Indigenous Collective is focusing on the resilience of the artists cultures through time and is composed of artists Ben Pease, John Pepion, Louis Still Smoking, Gina Still Smoking, Robert Martinez, Lauren Monroe, and Holly Young.

17th Annual Death by Chocolate’ Murder Mystery

April 27 - 28, 2018

In a galaxy far, far away guests at this Out Of This World fundraiser become crime-solver when a murder occurs at the Conrad Mansion Museum. This years title is “Trek Wars – The Last Chocolate Crusade” and combines characters from Star Trek, Stare Wars and Raiders of the Lost Ark. The evening begins with drinks, heavy hors d’oeuvres, and lots of chocolate desserts. Then, a body is discovered and the clues will build up. Can you solve this murder mystery?

For more information on this event, follow the link to the Conrad Mansion Museum.

Montana Spartan Race 2018

May 5 - 6, 2018

Try obstacle racing at its toughest at the Montana Spartan Sprint.  From beginner trail racers and mud run participants to hardcore warriors, tough guys and marathon runners, they all come out to test themselves on the insane obstacle races! Ninety-nine percent of all people who try this event will finish, and 100 percent will have their thirst for mud & trail racing fully satisfied!

Race Dates:
May 5, 2018 — The grueling Spartan Beast, 12+ miles, 30+ obstacles
May 6, 2018 — The challenging Spartan Sprint, 3+ miles and 20+ obstacles
May 5 & 6, 2018 — Spartan Kids Race, 1/2 – 1 mile

Register today, early registration discounts available.  www.spartanrace.com

Bigfork Whitewater Festival 2018

May 26 - 27, 2018

Don’t miss the 43nd Annual Bigfork Whitewater Festival. Participants come from around the world to compete in the festival that features extreme whitewater action and community-oriented fun. Spectators have front row seats for the event, with a scenic nature trail paralleling the north side of the Swan River. The last mile of the river is known as the “Wild Mile” a class IV section of whitewater.

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