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The 37th Annual

CHRISTMAS STROLL Bozeman, Montana December 2 12:30–4:15pm Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture 3:00–7:00pm Bozeman Public Library 4:30–7:30pm Downtown Bozeman Christmas Stroll

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The Downtown Bozeman Association Presents the

2017 Christmas Stroll Poster Contest Winner


eta Newhouse, associate professor of graphic design at MSU, has won this year’s Christmas Stroll Poster Contest. “I have to give Seth Neilson some credit,” Newhouse said. “He’s a graphic designer who participated in the contest and won two years ago. I thought his poster was so great...and he inspired me to give it a try this year.” Newhouse drew inspiration for her poster from her evening drives home. “I love that I have to slow down and let deer cross the road in front of me,” she said. “One of my favorite design techniques is called a forced connection; you take two visual ideas and force them together. I forced this idea of a Christmas tree with ornaments on it and a deer with a huge set of antlers.” She turned the antlers into branches and put the ornaments around them. Whenever Newhouse thinks about Montana, woodlands and forests come to mind. She created a mask so that the deer is made of wood. The foreground is a photograph of snow that has been cropped into a wavy line. “It’s a collage. Two visual ideas forced together to create something new.” Newhouse is originally from Texas. She was a creative director with her own business when she decided to quit her job and go back to grad school to be a fulltime teacher. “I had clients in China and Germany,” she said. “It was super fun and exciting, but I just woke up one day and said, ‘Wow, I feel like I’ve kind of done it.’ I have done television commercials, I’ve done major national print advertising

campaigns, I’ve done really cool work for nonprofits. What seemed like an area of growth for me was teaching.” In addition to teaching at MSU, eight of her letter press prints have been featured at the Emerson, she designed the logo for The Ellen, and she created her own poster series for Tipoteca, a museum of printing and typography in Cornuda, Italy. “My series is celebrating Italian classic fi lms, and I’ve only been using type to communicate the concepts of those classic fi lms.” This isn’t the first time Newhouse has experienced success in a poster contest. “One of issues that I’m really passionate about is climate change. I spent some time last year working on posters for climate change and one of them did really well. It was accepted into an international poster exhibition that went to 18 countries and five continents. The poster was in the top 10 and is now in a collection in five museums in Europe. So, I’m not going to stop.” “I’ve been here 10 years and I’m actually starting to feel like a member of the community. I feel totally lucky and surprised to have been picked.” Meta Newhouse will be on-hand signing posters at the Gingerbread House making activity at the Emerson on the day of the Stroll, December 2nd from 1-2pm. More information about Meta Newhouse at http://www.metanewhouse. com/.

Help Keep the Christmas Stroll Tradition Alive


Buy a Button!

he Christmas Stroll is a FREE community event that is 100% supported by our business sponsors and the sales of our

timeless button souvenirs. You can support this great event by purchasing an “Official 2017 Christmas Stroll Button” for ONLY $4, which is not only your ticket to enjoy many of the great activities including the Santa pictures at the Baxter Hotel, the hay wagon rides from Soroptimist Park (at the corner of Rouse and Main), kid’s activities throughout

fee to enjoy strolling Main Street during the event. When you purchase your


Owenhouse Ace Hardware First Security Bank

Townshend’s Teahouse

Chalet Sports

ERA Landmark/Downtown Visitor Center

Schnee’s Boots and Shoes

Heeb’s Grocery

of 18 great prizes including Bridger Bowl

The Emerson Cultural Center

passes, Downtown Dollars packages totaling

The Bozeman Public Library

Community Food Coop Downtown


Smith’s Supermarket

Stroll button, fill out a ballot for a chance to win one

$250, 3-Day Sweet Pea Festival Passes,

the day at the Emerson Cultural Center and

Museum of The Rockies Passes and more.

Montana Gift Corral


more, it also allows us to put on this great

The winners will be contacted the week


event every year without requiring an entry

following the event!

Country Bookshelf


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Tate Chamberlin will be Master of Ceremonies for Christmas Stroll


ate Chamberlin likes to bring people together. He started his own production company, Chamberlin Productions, and has been producing music festivals for the last 10 years. Several of his brainchildren have developed into Montana staples and annual celebrations. His projects include Avalaunch, Moods of the Madison, The Chamberlin Rail Jam, Montana Pride events, I Am Interchange and the Gallatin Art Crossing. For the 37th annual Christmas Stroll, he’ll be hanging out with Santa. “At music festivals, I will often be onstage with another MC talking,” Chamberlin said. “I’ve played similar roles. Not for Santa, though.”


Leading Santa around town could be intimidating for some, but not Chamberlin. He looks forward to being the Master of Ceremonies. “I’m always drawn to kind of chaotic situations, whether they’re comfortable or uncomfortable,” he said. “I always end up having a really good time. Explore the unknown.” A native of Colorado, Chamberlin came to Bozeman in 2001 to study business at Montana State University. He ended up switching to graphic design, enhancing his skills in branding and promoting. Currently, he is formally training as a facilitator of groups of conf lict, which he applies to his I Am Interchange platform. “I host debates on controversial, complex topics in a talk show setting,” he said. “We’ve been turning it into a media company, taking perspectives on lots of different topics.” I Am Interchange began when a petition to keep the Montana Pride Celebration in Bozeman failed. Chamberlin developed the Interchange Festival, featuring events encouraging an all-inclusive acceptance. Since that first festival in 2013, I Am Interchange has developed into a podcast. “We hope it will play a role in politics where we can develop a format like it in front of a legislature before they vote on complex issues.” Currently, he resides with several other creative minds at The Blunderbuss Project House, his latest endeavor. The Blunderbuss, “a community source for mind bending,” features 6 bedrooms and 13 project spaces, including studios, an art gallery, conference room and co-working rooms. “A blunderbuss is the original shotgun that pirates use,” Chamberlin said. “They were really resourceful because you could fire out of them whatever you could fit down the barrel, like forks and knives and rocks. It’s a metaphor for risk takers to be resourceful and do what you can with what you have.” “I think it’s really important to be reminded that we’re all in the same community,” Chamberlin said. “A lot times, getting through times of friction is just making the attempt to connect. The Christmas Stroll is a really great setting for lots of different cultures to be around and celebrate the holidays. You just have to show up and participate.”

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Stroll In-Store –&– Additional Activities Note:

ALL activities are 4:30-7:30pm unless otherwise indicated The Baxter Hotel, 105 West Main St. 4:30-7pm – Cookie Decorating with the Children’s Museum of Bozeman while waiting for your picture with Santa (sponsored by Ted’s Montana Grill) 4:30-5:30pm – Hawthorne School Choir performs in the ballroom 5:30-7pm – Kendra and Tristyn perform in the ballroom 5-7:30pm – Pictures with Santa in the upstairs Ballroom (featuring one FREE picture brought to you by F-11 Photography).

Bozeman Public Library, 626 East Main St. Please join us at the Bozeman Public Library for a warm and musical afternoon! 2-4pm – Making tree ornaments in Children’s Room Music performances in Community Room: 3pm – Sacajawea Choir 3:45pm – Hyalite Choir 4:30pm – BHS Kamerata Orchestra 5:15pm – CJMS Choir 6:00pm – BHS Jazz Choir Also, park at the library and take the Hay Wagon to and from the Main Street activities. Bridger Bowl, located at the South Bozeman Ave. and Main St. Intersection View ski films on a HUGE Inflatable Screen and to learn about what’s new and what’s planned for this year’s ski season! Cactus Records, 29 West Main St. Enjoy tunes by local singer/ songwriter/multi-instrumentalist K.R. Evans Constructive Solutions Inc., 111 S. Grand, Suite 223 (in the Emerson) 12:30-4:15pm – Stop by our design studio and help us make pipe cleaner ornaments for the kids. We will also be offering refreshments. Community Food Co-op, 44 East Main 4:30-7:30 pm – Music by Holler n’ Pine Free samples of Co-op bread, spreads, soup and hot cider Quick, affordable dinner options – great place for families to grab a bite to eat.  

Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture, 111 South Grand Ave. 12:30-4:15 – Build a Gingerbread House and check out activities throughout the Emerson! 1-2pm – Meet the 2015 Christmas Stroll poster artist, Meta Newhouse, and have your poster signed. 4:15pm – Santa arrives & begins the 2017 Christmas Stroll Parade by lighting the Emerson’s Tree on the north lawn. Evrgreen, 16 East Main St. Enjoy complimentary beer and spiked cider throughout the evening! Heyday, 7 West Main St. 4:30-7:30pm – Enjoy the sounds of Big Sky Strings skin care products that they offer. Revolvr, 30 West Main St. Enjoy complimentary beer and spiked cider throughout the evening! Schnee’s Boots and Shoes, 35 East Main St. 4:30pm – Meet the Bernese Mountain Dogs who assemble in the store during the Stroll 5pm – Enjoy the sounds of the Methodist Brass Band 6pm – Enjoy music by harpist Tom Robison-Cox Sweet Pea Festival, 424 East Main Street (Jacob’s Crossing Lobby) Check out the Annual Gingerbread Contest Display of Winners and Entries! Possibly purchase a Sweet Pea Festival Holiday ornament while you browse the display.

Ted’s Montana Grill, 105 West Main St. 4:30-7:30pm – enjoy drinks on the patio and sampling for willie’s distillery 5-7pm – Join Ted’s Montana Grill and the Children’s Museum of Bozeman to decorate cookies while waiting in line for pictures with Santa! 5-7:30pm – Enjoy live music by the Coyote Gypsies located outside in front of the Ted’s front patio. Townshend’s Teahouse, 402 East Main Street Every year Townshend’s partners up with a non-profit organization, and we donate a portion of our drink sales to the non-profit. Stop by to also learn more about this non-profit! US Bank, 104 East Main St. Bozeman High Drumline will be performing throughout the night The White Room/Marina Kessler Jewelry, 18 West Main St. Enjoy complimentary 1920’s prohibition style cocktails at The White Room with Marina Kessler Jewelry, Laura Hatch Studios, LaMar Metalworks and volunteers from the Bozeman Bike Kitchen. The Bozeman Bike Kitchen is a non-profit cycling center creating awareness around the use of outdoor recreation and alternative transportation. Join us for eclectic art, festive cocktails and good conversation!  Your Yoga Bozeman, 20 East Main St. Join us at Your Yoga for a meditation labyrinth! An ancient path for walking meditation, this labyrinth celebrating the holiday season will be open throughout the stroll for visitors to walk in silent reflection. All ages welcome; please be respectful of this space and the experience of other visitors. 

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Stroll Entertainment: 4:30 pm: Visit the Bernese Mountain Dogs 5:00 pm: Bozeman United Methodist Brass Band 6:00: Tom Robison & the Singing Strings





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Christmas Stroll 2017 Schedule of Events On Saturday, December 2nd from 4:30 to 7:30 PM join the Downtown Bozeman Association and our gracious Presenting Sponsors; Bridger Bowl, First Security Bank, Bozeman Health, Bozeman Public Library Foundation, Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture and Alphagraphics as we proudly invite you to the 37th Annual Christmas Stroll in Historic Downtown Bozeman.

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General Schedule of Downtown Stroll Activities: DAYTIME “STROLL” ACTIVITIES INCLUDE : Gingerbread House making at the Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture and live performances at the Bozeman Public Library (times vary, check separate schedules within program for more info) *4:00 PM .................. A ONE-WAY Horse-Drawn Wagon Ride from the Bozeman Public Library to Rouse and Main Street. 4:00 to 7:30 PM...... Sweet Pea Festival and First Security Bank host the 2017 Gingerbread House Contest entries and winners at the Jacob’s Crossing Lobby at 424 East Main Street.


oin us for Bozeman’s most beloved holiday tradition & come kick-off the holiday season in Downtown Bozeman! Join us for fun activities, great food, and fun. Bring the whole family to ride on the horsedrawn wagons, get your picture taken with Santa Claus, watch the lighting ceremony of the downtown decorations, check out the gingerbread house contest display, sing Christmas carols, grab a bite to eat from one of over 40 non-profit food vendors or do some Christmas gift shopping. The Christmas Stroll is the place to find it all!

4:30 PM ..................... The Christmas Stroll Parade begins at the Emerson Center with the lighting of the tree on their north lawn. Then, Tate Chamberlin “2017 Master of Ceremonies” leads the lighting ceremony down Main Street from Grand Avenue to Rouse Avenue along with the help of the Chief Joseph Middle School Choir and the holiday spirit from the Bozeman Community. 4:30 to 7:30 PM ...... Main Street is filled with over 40 food vendors raising money for local non-profi ts organizations, live music, carolers and other festive activities. 4:30 to 7:30 PM ...... Visit Bridger Bowl located at South Bozeman Avenue to view ski films on a Big Inflatable Screen and to learn about what’s new and what’s planned for this year’s ski season! 4:30 to 7:30 PM ...... Visit Bozeman Health located at North Black Ave. Enjoy a clementine (a healthy holiday tradition) and grab a holiday light to help you stroll. 4:30 to 7:30 PM ...... Main Street is also filled with various event sponsor booths who are providing an array of holiday cheer! Visit Nova Café and Endeavor Ballooning for live hot air balloon demonstrations. Stop by Jackson Contractor Group with homemade chili and information to support HRDC’s Fork and Spoon. Say “thanks” for supporting Bozeman’s most beloved holiday tradition, The Christmas Stroll. (refer to map for specific locations) 4:30 to 7:30 PM ...... Downtown Businesses feature live music, free cocoa and cookies, and holiday fun of all sorts (see “In-Store Activities” for more information) *4:30 to 5:30 & 5:30-7 PM ............. Enjoy traditional holiday tunes performed by the Hawthorne School Choir & Kendra Noyes and Tristyn Fleming in the Baxter Ballroom while Ted’s Montana Grill and the Children’s Museum of Bozeman the help kids decorate cookies and create holiday ornaments while waiting for the moment with Santa. *5:00 to 7:30 PM ... Santa Pictures by Muhlbradt Photography at the Baxter Hotel located at 105 West Main Street. Get one FREE picture through F-11 Photography *5:00 to 7:30 PM ... ONE-WAY Horse-Drawn Wagon Rides at Soroptimist Park (corner of Main and Rouse) to the Bozeman Public Library. While waiting in line, enjoy complimentary “Hot Dr. Pepper” drinks provided by Lehrkind’s Coca Cola and Venture Church.

*Denotes activities that require a 2017 Stroll Button for ONLY $4! The Horse-Drawn Wagon rides are also a wonderful Christmas Stroll Tradition and (as indicated above) will be leaving from 2 “stops” located at Soroptimist Park and The Bozeman Public Library throughout the evening. An additional thanks to all of our 2017 HORSE-DRAWN WAGON SPONSORS: Lehrkind’s Coca Cola, Jackson Contractor Group, Nova Café & Endeavor Ballooning, First Interstate Bank, Sweet Pea Festival, Little Stinkers, Sigma Nu Fraternity, T&E Cat Rental and Signs of Montana for providing this spirited activity!

For more information about the 2017 Christmas Stroll, contact The Downtown Bozeman Association at 586-4008 or visit

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Christmas Stroll 2017 EMERSON HOLIDAY EVENTS SCHEDULE Kick off your Christmas Stroll celebration at the Emerson! Join us for free gingerbread house making, live dance performances, and special activities throughout the building. Then, be the first to see Santa as he passes out candy canes and lights the giant tree outside the Emerson’s building before he leads the parade downtown. NOON - 3:00 PM Angela Zanolari (#108): Make your own Santa Beard. NOON-3:00 PM Tripp Studio (#111): Make furry Christmas mice. NOON-4:00 PM Four Winds Gallery (#110): Make Native American crafts. NOON-4:00 PM The Dance Center (Harmony Hall): Come to the studio for the Pop Up Boutique. Kids will have an opportunity and pose for a picture in the photo booth area. Also, enter a free drawing to win Nutshell tickets. 12:30-4:15 PM Deb Brugman Photography (#221A): Free children’s holiday portrait. One image per child, delivered digitally. 12:30-4:15 PM Constructive Solutions (#223): Make pipe cleaner ornaments and enjoy refreshments. 1:00-2:00 PM Emerson Grill’s ECCE Gallery (#107A): Decorate Christmas cookies 12:30-4:15 PM Emerson Ballroom: Build a gingerbread house! Tickets are required for this event. Tickets are only available beginning at 12:30pm on December 2nd at the Emerson’s event check in table. Parents MUST accompany and stay with their children in the Ballroom. 1:00-2:00 PM Emerson Lobby: Meet this year’s Christmas Stroll Poster artist, Meta Newhouse, and have her sign a copy of the poster for you to take home. 2:00-3:00 PM Emerson Crawford Theater: ‘Tis the Season! A free, collaborative dance performance featuring excerpts of upcoming holiday performances by Bozeman’s three dance companies: The Dance Center, Bozeman Dance Academy, and the Yellowstone Ballet Company.

4:15 PM Emerson Lobby: SANTA ARRIVES! He will light up the Emerson’s outdoor tree (over 2,000 lights!) on the corner of Babcock & Grand and then board his horse drawn wagon and kick off the parade.

For questions and information call the Emerson at (406) 587-9797 ex. 106 or email

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The Bozeman Public Library becomes a music-fi lled concert hall for Christmas Stroll


or hours of holiday entertainment, buy your Stroll Button at the Library on Saturday, December 2. The Library will host five choirs or orchestras during the afternoon, as well as provide craft s for homemade tree decorations in the Children’s Room from 2-4pm. Music begins at 3pm in the Community Room.

3:00 ...................................................... SACAJAWEA CHOIR 3:45 ............................................................... HYALITE CHOIR 4:30 ..................................... BHS KAMERATA ORCHESTRA 5:15 .................................................... CHIEF JOSEPH CHOIR 6:00 .............................................................BHS JAZZ CHOIR Hot chocolate, coffee drinks, and snacks are available at Lindley Perk Coffee Shop. The horse-drawn wagons will have one trip from the library to downtown at 4pm and then will be bringing strollers from downtown to the Library and back starting at 4:45pm, once the parade is over. For more information about Christmas Stroll, visit





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Stroll Street Food Vendors

ALEX GEPNER/8TH GRADE WASHINGTON DC TRIP Meridian Boutique, 101 East Main St Popcorn and Cotton Candy

JACKSON CONTRACTOR GROUP/FORK AND SPOON (COMMUNITY CAFÉ) The Chocolate Moose, 140 East Main St White Chicken Chili

BEDROCK CHURCH Carter’s Boots and Repair, 234 East Main St S’mores and Hot Chocolate with a Fire Pit

JOURNEY CHURCH Owenhouse Ace Hardware, 36 East Main St Open fire s’mores, hard candy

BLUE MOOSE BBQ/CONSTRUCTION ZONE TEEN CENTER Bozeman Angler, 23 East Main St Tri-tip sandwiches

KICK BACK BARBECUE Rocky Mountain Toy Company, 111 E Main St Little Fatties, Brisket, and Pulled Pork Sliders

BOZEMAN CHAPTER MONTANA ASSOCIATION FOR THE BLIND Old Main Gallery and Framing, 129 East Main St Hot chocolate and smore’s

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Spice and Tea Exchange, 18 East Main St Indian fry bread dessert

BOZEMAN STINGRAYS SYNCHRO TEAM Owenhouse Ace Hardware, 36 East Main St (east side) Burnin’ Thurman’s Award Winning BBQ

MACKENZIE RIVER PIZZA COMPANY/BIG SKY YOUTH EMPOWERMENT MacKenize River Pizza Company, 232 East Main St Variety of pizza slices, sodas

BRIDGER SKI FOUNDATION First Security Bank, 208 East Main St (west side) Dozens of delicious cookies baked by the Harrison School Washington D.C. Educational Club

MASONIC LODGE/BOZEMAN MASONIC LODGES #6 & #18 Masonic Temple, 16 East Main St Complimentary hot chocolate

BSA TROOP #675 Bangtail Bikes, 137 East Main St Scones, Hot Chocolate, Cider BUBBYS CUPPA JO/PURRR-FECT FRIENDS KITTEN RESCUE First Security Bank, 208 East Main St. Hot coffee shop drinks , hot choc hot cider ... Pulled Pork Cheese steaks and Cup Cakes for kittens

MONTANA PROVISIONS/HRDC Girls Outdoors, 1 East Main St - New England Clam Chowder - Natural Brisket Slider on a Pretzel roll, caramelized onions & blue cheese aioli - Miso and Tamari Natural Pork Belly Slider, pickled radish & carrots, Miso aioli NUTTY MONTANAN The Chocolate Moose, 140 E Main St. Roasted Nuts and Carmel & Kettle Corn

CHEF’S TABLE FOOD TRUCK & CATERING Mural between Legion and Montana Gift Corral Garlic Fries, Chili, Brats, Pulled Pork, Soda, Water

PAELLA FANTASTICA/EAGLE MOUNT Treasure State Hostel, 27 East Main St. Paella Mezclado and Paella Galatea (Chicken/chorizo & seafood paellas)

DOUBLE T CATERING LLC/BOZEMAN LACROSSE Rocking R Bar, 211 East Main St Italian Sausage Sandwiches, Cup of Green Chili, Cup of Poblano White Cheddar Soup, Chips, Desserts

RANCHO PICANTE BISON/GALLATIN VALLEY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Owenhouse Ace Hardware, 36 East Main St Montana Famous Bison Chili and Savory Bison Mini Brats

GALLATIN COUNTY 4-H RABBIT PROJECT Little Angels Children’s Boutique, 131 East Main St Cotton candy GALLATIN EMPIRE LIONS CLUB US Bank, 104 East Main St Italian sausage on a bun with peppers and onions, hot cider GALLATIN VALLEY LAND TRUST Country Bookshelf, 28 West Main St Hot Chocolate (whipped cream and sprinkles!) and Ghost Town Coffee Roasters Coffee HEAP BURGER/FAMILY PROMISE The Crossroads, 27 East Main St Honduran street food

ROOST FRIED CHICKEN Baltimore Building, 222 East Main St Fried Chicken on a stick SAM (SKATEBOARD ALLIANCE OF MONTANA) Rockord Coffee, 18 East Main St Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Brownies SAUCE FOOD TRUCK/MONTANA LAND RELIANCE Head West, 24 West Main St Carnitas Tacos, Pork Green Chili Fries, Bacon Ranch Fries, Red Curry Shrimp Eggrolls STUFFED CREPES & WAFFLES Stuffed Crepes & Waffles, 26 West Main S Crepes

Christmas Stroll • December 2, 2017 11 THE RIVER CHURCH Rialto Theatre, 10 West Main Hot Soup, Gourmet Hot Cocoa, and Make your own Smores warming fires THE SALVATION ARMY Downtown Antiques, 105 West Main St. Hot chocolate THRIVE/DARIGOLD Heyday, 7 West Main St. Darigold holiday egg nog

TRUCK O’ MONTES Sundog Art Gallery, 17 West Main St Nachos Choose Meat, choose style, housemade chips & chili con queso: Rodgriguez, SanteFe or Desperado TUMBLEWEEDS/HEART OF THE VALLEY ANIMAL SHELTER Bar IX, 311 East Main St. Fusion Burritos, Lobster Mac, Bacon Mac, Mac n’ Cheese & Soups VENTURE CHURCH Intersection of Rouse & Main Hot Dr. Pepper’s (a Lehrkind’s Family Tradition)

Stroll Street Activity Vendors ABUNDANT LIFE FELLOWSHIP South Tracy Ave. Warming Hut, free bottled water & hand warmers

FRIENDS OF HYALITE/BOZEMAN ICE FESTIVAL Lark Hotel, 122 West Main St Bozeman Ice Festival/Beartooth Mountain Guides Pop-Up Climbing Tower

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERIOR DESIGNER STUDENT CHAPTER AT GALLATIN COLLEGE Toro, 211 East Main St Gift Shopping - Laser Cut Ornaments and Christmas Décor

GALLATIN COUNTY DUI TASK FORCE Pub 317, 321 East Main St Answer a DUI Trivia Question & Receive Free Hand Warmers!

BOZEMAN CURLING CLUB Small Mural between R-Bar and Legion Promoting the fun sport of Curling! BOZEMAN HEALTH North Black Avenue Grab a Clementine (our healthy holiday tradition) and a Holiday Light to help you stroll! BOZEMAN POLICE DEPARTMENT Pub 317, 321 East Main St Photo with a Cop - The BPD will have officers, a patrol vehicle and “ jail cell” for children and parents to get their pictures taken BOZEMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY BOOKMOBILE Open Range, 241 East Main St Warm up in the Bookmobile with a good book and learn about what we have to offer. Find out about upcoming events and our regular schedule BRIDGER BOWL South Bozeman Avenue View ski films on a HUGE Inflatable Screen and to learn about what’s new and what’s planned for this year’s ski season! CALVARY CHAPEL Eagles Club, 316 East Main St Live nativity scene COTTONWOOD DAY SCHOOL South Willson Avenue Children’s Craft Activity- Create your own ornament ENDEAVOR BALLOONING/NOVA CAFÉ Nova Café, 312 East Main St Experience a live INFLATED hot-air baloon and demonstrations.

GALLATIN VALLEY YMCA Chalet Sports, 108 West Main St Join us for our fun holiday kids activities HEADWATERS ACADEMY Cello Boutique and Gallery, 2 West Main St Bozeman’s only independent middle school, Headwaters Academy, will host matching games, give out bookmarks, glow sticks, and packaged hot cocoa HEART OF THE VALLEY ANIMAL SHELTER First Security Bank, 208 East Main St. (east side) Animal Trivia with Prizes MONTANA MOUNTAIN MAMAS Altitude Gallery, 134 East Main Love snow? And access to our public lands? Us too! Stop by and draw your favorite winter outdoor adventure, pick up a sticker, and enter to win gear! MONTANA STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION North Tracy Ave. Teaching hands only CPR to community members! Come learn a new skill or simply practice your CPR MUSEUM OF THE ROCKIES North Bozeman Avenue Meet MOR’s mascot “Rocky Rex” and take a holiday selfie! MYCA South Black Ave. Make a Paracord bracelet, free ones given out, and bean bag toss game SWEET ADELINES North Willson Ave. Enjoy carols by one of Bozeman’s favorite acappela singers

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Christmas Stroll 2017