Upcoming Uptown Events  

November

Tuesdays through November 20 -- The BSB Public Library presents their fall film series “Spend an Evening with Cary Grant.”  Cary Grant’s films will be screened on Tuesdays through November 20th at 5:30 pm in the Frank Little room on the third floor of the uptown branch.  Each screening will include biographical information, production notes, and behind the screens anecdotes. Cary Grant was an English-American actor, known as one of classic Hollywood’s definitive leading men. He began a career in Hollywood in the early 1930s, and became known for his transatlantic accent, debonair demeanor, light-hearted approach to acting, and sense of comic timing. He is remembered for his unusually broad appeal, as a handsome, suave actor who did not take himself too seriously, possessing the ability to play with his own dignity in comedies without sacrificing it entirely. His comic timing and delivery made Grant what Premiere magazine considers to have been “quite simply, the funniest actor cinema has ever produced.”

Film titles and dates can be found at www.buttepubliclibrary.info.  There will not be a movie on November 6th as the library will be closed for Election Day. For more information, contact Shari at 406-723-3361 ex. 6302 or email at scurtis@buttepubliclibrary.info. All programs are free of charge.

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 utilitarian 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.

November 30 -- Winter Blast Event: Annual Christmas Stroll in Uptown Butte. For more information as it develops, visit Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/2297536993609361/.

December

December 1 -- 30th Annual Festival of Trees at the Elks Lodge "Mythical Creatures and Fairy tales". View the trees for $1 on November 30th from 1 pm and on December 1 from 11 am to 3 pm. Gala is at 7pm on December 1. All proceeds benefit Safe Space. For tickets and more information, contact Polly Smith at 533-1024.

December 1-2 -- It's a Butte-iful Christmas Craft Show at the Front Street Station at 800 E. Front Street. Starts at 10 am both days. For details, visit www.facebook.com/events/758263784519528/.

December 4 -- Winter Blast Event: A Celtic Christmas with The Gothard Sisters at the Mother Lode Theatre at 321 W. Park Street. Part of the Winter Blast holiday celebration and a fundraiser for the Mother Lode Theatre. Tickets available at www.buttearts.org, or call 723-3602.

December 6 -- National Miner's Day Gala for the World Museum of Mining. Dress in your hotsy totsy 1920s garb for hors d'oeuvres, no host bar, silent auction and a live auction. Headframe Spirits will be mixing some special giggle water. All proceeds go to the development of the Mining Heritage Center. Mosaic Architects will be onsite to show guests the conceptual design for the New Mining Heritage Center and answer questions about the design. For more information and tickets, contact the World Museum of Mining at 723-7211 or by email at buttewmm@gmail.com.

December 8 -- Winter Blast Event: Annual Ice Sculpting Contest from 9 am to 3 pm.

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.

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.