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Happy #406 Day!

It’s April 6th, 2020 and that means another celebration of #406 Day in Great Falls and surrounding areas in Montana. This year is drastically different than years prior, but the reasons we love Great Falls and the #406 have not changed. We still have our parks to enjoy, outdoor adventures, and public art. Whether or…

Stay Sane, Stay Healthy, Stay Safe with Love from Great Falls, Montana

The Governor of Montana has extended the order to limit all restaurants to drive-through, take-out, delivery, or curbside service only until April 10th, 2020. This means there is no dine-in service available in the State of Montana. FUEL Great Falls, Montana will ensure you are properly fueled for your outdoor adventures in Montana’s Basecamp. If…

Craft Cocktails and Beers in Great Falls

On February 10th, we asked our Instagram followers what they wanted more information about and 66.66% (repeating of course) voted for Craft Cocktails in Great Falls. The day after getting the poll results, Kristin and I took it upon ourselves to taste test selected beverages for the greater good: the Great People of Great Falls…

Western Art Week at the C. M. Russell Museum

UPDATE [March 10, 2020]: Western Art Week is still happening! The Russell decided to postpone their events for a later date. All other shows are still participating in this fun and unique annual event. We will update you with The Russell’s new dates when we know! Private planes, neon lights, and runway shows. It’s the…

Tony Bynum’s How to Guide for Nature Photography in and around Great Falls

To me, the Great Falls area is the most “Montana place” in Montana. Not just because it was the home of one of America’s most well known western artists, Charlie Russell, but because the area has a bit of everything our great state offers – that is if you like big wide open spaces, flat-topped…

Your March to Do List: 2020

Here’s a to-do list that you can actually get done.* *Art, wine, and mermaids required. Do you hug trees? Love nature? Tell your husband that you are going to your Nature Club meeting and head over to Natural Wine Wednesdays at Mighty Mo Brewing Company. As if skiing weren’t challenging enough, Silvercrest Trails is upping…

The Short Hike of All Short Hikes

A place where you can chase serenity, take in a breath of fresh air, burn some calories or attempt to capture that perfect naturistic shot. All in just one hour. It’s a place of versatile beauty that continues to offer nature’s true personality through the sunshine, rain, snow and frost. This place is Memorial Falls…

6 Must Try Drinks To Enjoy This Winter In Great Falls

Great Falls has no shortage of locally-owned breweries and craft cocktail lounges. Our great city also has no shortage of snow and frost once October rolls around… what better way to escape the cold than a drink with family or friends?   Fun fact: on average, the Electric City gets 58 inches of snow annually…

21 November Opportunities For Lasting Memories In Great Falls, Montana!

November is the unofficial start of the holiday season as seasonal craft shows and classics like the Nutcracker Ballet return to Great Falls. The Great Falls Montana Tourism team have handpicked a list of 21 things that you can only experience in Great Falls during the month of November. Get out there and explore, make…

How the Second Saturday Music Movement Began in Great Falls

The recent transformation of the gorgeous Great Falls History Museum’s backroom venue has created a new opportunity to embrace classical music! The Ozark Club at the Museum pays homage to a Great Falls musical center from days gone by and has been hosting a regular Second Saturday series of live music events at lunchtime. Your…

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