Break out your boots and sweaters because Fall is upon us! Insert 2020 boilerplate sentence about things not being quite the same this year, but … Check out this list of events for the season...
Puccini’s gorgeous music has defined young love for all time as it carries us into the lives of Rodolfo, Mimi, Marcello, Musetta, and their friends in Paris c. 1830. Last presented by IOA in 1995, this is one of the most beloved operas in the world and established Puccini’s reputation.
Our artistic director has put together an exciting young cast of up and coming artists for next this production.
ERA Landmark broker/owner, Robyn Erlenbush and ERA associates Orville Erlenbush, Sue Frye, Tammee Ryan, Kelly Bresnahan, Royelle Esterby, Mikaela Durham, Tyler Garrison, and Sally Hickey attended
Become a member of the Museum of the Rockies’ Junior Myth-Busters team by uncovering myths from our popular exhibits. Family-friendly experiments, activities, and mind-boggling discoveries will take over the Museum at this Mother’s Day event. Bring your detective skills and your family. Was T.rex a scavenger or a predator? What causes the seasons? Investigate these questions and more, plus enjoy rocket demonstrations.
Bozeman, MT – From May 23 to Sept. 7, 2009, the Museum of the Rockies presents an exhibition called Treasure!. There are few words that stir the imagination as much as treasure. What is treasure? Who hunts for it, and why? In this exhibit, Museum visitors will explore the history of treasure, treasure hunting, and the people and personalities that hunt for treasure. People can also drive a Remote Operated Vehicle, experiment with metal detectors, and calculate their weights in gold.
FINAL DAYS OF TREE HOUSES, TOYS, AND EDWARD CURTIS EXHIBITS AT MUSEUM OF THE ROCKIES
Bozeman, MT— Three popular traveling exhibits will have their last day at the Museum of the Rockies this Sunday, May 10. Tree Houses: Look Who’s Living in the Trees!, Toys: The Inside Story, and Edward Sherriff Curtis: The Artist as Ethnographer will all be closing and moving onto other museums.