Upcoming Uptown Events  

December

through December 31 -- The Carle Gallery at the main branch of the BSB Public Library is currently exhibiting Beau Theige's Guitars.  These guitars are created using everyday objects, antiques, or plain old junk-- part instrument, part artwork.  For details on Beau's guitars, see www.beauguitar.com. For details on The Carle Gallery, see http://buttepubliclibrary.info/ or contact Shari at 723-3361 x 6302 or by email at programming.bsbpl@gmail.com.

December 8 -- Winter Blast Event: Annual Ice Sculpting Contest from 9 am to 3 pm. More details at the facebook Event Page -- https://www.facebook.com/events/271478856805932/.

December 8 -- Winter Blast Event: Breakfast with Santa at the Metals Sports Bar & Grill. Have breakfast with the big elf hisself who will be bringing gifts for the littlest children. Reservations not needed. For more details call 782-5534.

December 13 -- Chamber of Commerce Shop Local Day. The Chamber is encouraging visitors and residents alike to shop local and shop Butte. The Chamber trolley will be running from the Chamber to local participating stores and back from 3 pm to 8 pm. For more information, call Stephanie at StephanieSorini@ButteChamber.org or by calling or texting 490-7632.

December 21 -- At least 15 bars have committed to hosting the First Annual Ugly Sweater Poker Run starting at 6 pm.  Uptown stores and restaurants are invited to participate by staying open later, offering discounts or prizes for sweaters or wearing sweaters.  The more participating businesses, the bigger this event will be!  Each bar will have individual games and prizes but there will be a grand prize for the best hand which will be at least 15 bottles of booze - comes in handy around the holidays!  For more information, call Selina at 560-0434.

December 27 -- Greeley Neighborhood Community Presentation & Meeting at 7 pm at Racetrack Fire Hall at 2344 Grand Avenue. The Greeley Neighborhood Community Development Corporation Inc. - Organization Task Force as a part of its Participatory Democracy Project will host The Montana Humanities Informed Citizen program “Fake News, Preaching to the Choir, and the Enemy of the American People” presented by David McCumber, editor of the Montana Standard. The initiative seeks to deepen the public's knowledge and appreciation of the vital connections between democracy, the humanities, journalism, and an informed citizenry. The presentation is free and open to the public. For details, call 723 3736 or email greeleyneigborhoodbutte@outlook.com or visit greeleyneighborhoodbutte.org.

January 2019

January 20-22-- Snoflinga!

February

February 9 -- Chinese New Year parade starts on Courthouse steps at 3 pm to kick off the Year of the Pig. More details at www.maiwah.org.