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Jazz! The Legacy of the Ozark Club

Jazz! The Legacy of the Ozark Club

There was just something about the Ozark Club. From 1933 to 1962, this nightclub in Great Falls became an entertainment sensation sought far and wide. Imagine the swirls of tobacco smoke filling the air, the saxophone wailing, and the gin flowing in a cornerstone of Great Falls history. After 15 long years, Prohibition ended in Montana and Leo…

Paris Gibson, Man of Mystery

Paris Gibson was a man of many achievements; magnate, city founder, Senator. But few people know what Gibson was known for later in his life until his death in 1920; the alleged accomplice in his wife’s death/murder. In honor of Halloween and with help from the History Museum and Downtown Great Falls, Great Falls Montana Tourism presents…

Free Family Fun in Great Falls

It’s always a great time to go off the beaten path and as Montana’s basecamp for Art & Adventure, Great Falls provides several opportunities for families to make memories and experience the best of Montana for free! One of my favorite – and free – activities in Great Falls is the River’s Edge Trail, a 60+…

Explore Art in Great Falls

Great Falls is rich in arts offerings, from live music and entertainment to special events. “Our community has museums and interpretive centers that beautifully depict the history and character of the region,” Mayor Bob Kelly says. “Our symphony has hosted Yo-Yo Ma, Midori and Itzhak Perlman.” Home to 10 distinct museums, Great Falls is Montana’s…

World Champions, POWs, Fur Traders and MORE!

A storied past will come to life in August for a small Montana town of World Champions. In 1867, a fort was built in the heart of what was to become Montana. This fort’s purpose was to protect the growing nation’s interest in the region, and the men hoping to strike it rich in the…

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