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Powwow | History, Heritage, and Culture in Great Falls Montana

Powwow | History, Heritage, and Culture in Great Falls Montana

The beating of the drums, the colorful regalia on full display, the dances that captivate you, and the smell of frybread; have you experienced an authentic Native American Powwow? A Powwow is a gathering of American Indian people to celebrate life through prayer and cultural pride demonstrated with dance, food, song, and demonstrations of arts…

Getting Handsy in Great Falls Montana

When you want to beak out of your rut and try something new, try getting handsy in Great Falls to create, learn, and explore. There’s nothing like making your own art, even if you’re like me and can barely draw a stick figure! There’s no time like the present to learn something new, and burgeoning artists can…

Basecamp for Adventure | Bike Your Park Day

On September 29, enjoy Bike Your Park Day, an amazing opportunity to experience Montana’s Basecamp for Art & Adventure. Bring your friends and family, or go solo to discover the bicycling opportunities, whether it’s a national park, state park, monument, historic site, recreation area, wildlife refuge, or parkway. September 29 is also National Public Lands Day,…

An Epicenter for Spectacular Parks

Great Falls is home to two fantastic state parks. One is First People’s Buffalo Jump State Park, home to one of the largest North American prehistoric bison pishkuns, cliffs where Native Americans forced buffalo to their death during hunts. It is one the most significant Native American heritage sites in North America—without question. Another must-visit…

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