Upcoming Uptown Events  


through November 27 -- Eating Smart * Being Active on Mondays and Wednesdays, noon-2 pm at Career Futures, 55 W. Granite Street. Eating Smart * Being Active will inspire you to eat healthier on your budget and move more. Explore ways to plan, shop for, and cook nutrient dense meals and snacks. Increase your level of physical activity at your own pace. Participants will taste recipes in every lesson and receive free kitchen gadgets, plus a cookbook. Admission is free. These classes are provided by MT Buy Eat Live Better, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed).For details, contact Abbie Phillip, SNAP-Ed Instructor at 723-0217 or by email at abbie.phillip@montana.edu.

November 30 -- Small Business Saturday. Shop Small for the holidays. Look for kick off breakfast at the three breakfast restaurants in Uptown Butte -- Gamer's Cafe, Park & Main Cafe and the M&M. Kids under 12 eat for free. Start shopping on a full stomach! Look for the Pop Up Market that showcases vendors at 66 W. Park Street.

November 30 -- Old Time Christmas at the World Museum of Mining at 155 Museum Way from 4 pm to 7 pm featuring the Meaderville Christmas Display. For details, call 723-7211 or visit www.miningmuseum.org.


December 6 -- First Fridays continue at the Butte Silver Bow Public Linrary with a screening of National Parks Documentary.  This documentary is directed by Greg MacGillivray and narrated by Robert Redford.  The screening will begin at noon on the third floor of the library.Summary:  One hundred years ago, areas of great natural beauty were declared protected for eternity. A team of modern day explorers take an off trail adventure, through the national parks of the USA, showing the beauty of the parks that is awe inspiring. For more information, call the library at 723-3361.

December 6 -- 29th Annual Uptown Stroll. Tree lighting ceremomy at the BSB Courthouse at 155 W. Granite Street. Santa wil appear and a children's light parade leaves from in front at 6:45. Music, dance and treats in Courthouse and at General Offices of Northwestern Energy, a major sponsor, at 11 E. Park Street. Look for bargains and surprises in stores and restaurants along the way.

December 6 -- Christmas Craft Market at 66 W. Park Street from 5 pm to 9 pm.

December 13 -- Monotypes at the IBRC at 68 W. Park Street from 6 pm to 9 pm. Monotype is a mix of painting and printmaking. creating a print on paper which is also a unique piece in itself. Instructor is BT Livermore. For details contact the IBRC at https://www.facebook.com/ibrc.me/.

December 14 -- 19th Annual Ice Sculpting Contest. For details, on how to be a sculptor contact Corey Gransbery at coreygrans@gmail.com. For businesses that would liek to sponsor a block, send email to geverett@montana.com.

December 14 -- 7:30 pm at the Mother Lode Theatre at 321 W. Park Street. The Butte Symphony is joined by the Butte and Anaconda High Chorales for the annual Holiday Concert. The orchestra and chorales will feature beautiful holiday-themed music from around the world. Join in with the chorales and orchestra for the singing of classic carols at the grand finale of this concert. For more information or tickets, call 723-3602 or visit www.buttearts.org.

December 17 -- Relief Printmaking at the IBRC at 68 W. Park Street from 6 pm to 9 pm. Every third Tuesday, learn the basics of relief printmaking from instructor Christine Martin. For details contact the IBRC at https://www.facebook.com/ibrc.me/.